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Coleman Bottle Top Propane Stove
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- PerfectFlow™ technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
- PerfectHeat™ technology for more efficient cooking with less fuel
- 10,000 total BTUs of cooking power
- Fits a 8-in. pan
- Burner and base separate from propane bottle for compact, easy carrying
- Adjustable burner gives you precise temperature control
- Wind baffles help protect your burner from wind for maximum heat
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When you're looking for a compact stove to take on the trail, pack the Coleman Bottle Top Propane Stove. The cooking surface fits an 8-in. pan above a fully adjustable burner that delivers up to 10,000 BTUs of cooking power. The PerfectFlow technology will keep the heat steady, and you'll use less fuel too thanks to the Perfectheat technology. Wind baffles help shield your flame from the wind so the most heat possible goes into making your meal. When you're ready to leave camp, the burner and base easily separate from the propane bottle for compact packing.
The Coleman 5431A700 One-burner Propane Stove is an easy-to-use portable stove that should meet almost any camp cooking need. The PerfectFlow regulator provides consistent cooking performance by producing a steady fuel stream, even in cold weather, high altitudes, or when fuel is low. Equipped with one 10,000 BTU burner, this fully adjustable stove will last for 2.2 hours on high or up to nine hours on low.
The pot supports help shield your cooking flame from the wind, while the large eight-inch burner bowl should fit most any pot. This Coleman one-burner stove can boil a quart of water in just four minutes! This stove operates on one 16.4-ounce cylinder of Coleman propane (not included).
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Boil time for (2 cups water) = 8 min on (Simmer) = 5.5 hrs burn time per canister.
Boil time for (2 cups water) = 4 min on (Low) = 3.5 hrs burn time per canister.
Boil time for (2 cups water) = 3 min on (Med) = 2.5+ hrs burn time per canister.
Boil time for (2 cups water) = 3 min on (High) = 2.0+ hrs burn time per canister.
While this is not a scientific test, it might give one a little more idea of how long they might can use a canister utilizing the above listed settings.
The burner is very solid, the control knob has stepped setting so it doesn't drift while on. To use, simply turn the knob on the lowest setting and with a lighter or lit match near the burner it will lite. This unit puts out some heat. I can boil a pot of cold water in less than a minute.
A few years ago I was building a pine car for my Boy Scout at home. We ran into an issue with weight and needed a special sized piece of lead for the car. " What I did is highly dangerous and poison gas from lead can turn you into a Mad Hatter", I used a small cast iron pot and smelted lead with this coleman burner. Poured an ingot and used it in my sons Pinewood Derby Car. I used that same burner to make MacNCheese on our Camping trip last weekend. Purchased in 1992 still working in 2014, that's high high quality and I recommend this product.
Lighting this burner is easy. Simply turn the knob to release the gas and provide a spark (manually), and you're cooking. The simplicity of this burner also has advantages in reliability. As for cooking performance, this stove excels at boiling water and tasks that require a high flame. The major flaw is that this stove doesn't have a setting that I would describe as truly low. If you're cooking foods that are prone to sticking or burning on thin camping cookware, you will find that this stove burns too hot even on the lowest setting. A couple times I've made pancakes on camping trips, and I had to hold my pan above the stove to avoid burning, even on low. It hasn't been a problem on most foods, but the lack of a very low setting can be troublesome. I'd recommend checking out the Stansport burner here on Amazon, or the Ozark Trail brand burner sold at Walmart. I believe both will do a better job cooking at low temp.
Other than that, this is an inexpensive, reliable, and well-made burner that works great. If simmering or low-flame performance is a concern for you, I would pass on this stove.