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Coleman Powerpack Propane Stove
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- PerfectFlow™ technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
- PerfectHeat™ technology for more efficient cooking with less fuel
- 7,500 total BTUs of cooking power
- Fits a 12-in. pan
- Adjustable burner gives you precise temperature control
- Large 3-in. burner heats evenly across your pan
- Durable, chrome-plated grate is easy to clean
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Serve up hot breakfasts and dinners on the trail when you pack the Coleman PowerPack Propane Stove. This compact, one-burner cooking tool is designed to fit a large 12-in. pan in its unique pot support system. The fully-adjustable heat goes from simmer to full boil with up to 7,500 BTUs of power. The PerfectFlow technology will keep the heat steady, and you'll use less fuel too thanks to the Perfectheat technology. When the meal is over, the chrome-plated grate removes for simple and quick cleanup.
The Coleman 5453A700 Powerpack Single-burner Low-profile Propane Stove is pretty much as easy as it gets. The Powerpack's fully adjustable flame lets you boil water or simmer chili, while the PerfectFlow system of pressure-regulated propane provides consistent cooking performance (without flaring or flickering) by producing a steady fuel stream, even in cold weather, high altitudes, or when fuel is low.
This Coleman stove is constructed of an aluminized-steel cooktop and removable, nickel-chrome grates so you spend your time on the trail instead of on cleanup duty. The large 3.25-inch, 7,500 BTU burner is to the side of the propane cylinder in a low-profile fashion that ensures this burner will always be one of Coleman's easiest and best.
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I used this to make tacos and soup. It warmed up pretty fast and was stable. No issues with the grate as all the cookware I used fit perfectly.
Light weight with flat base so it is almost impossible to tip over. Once I got the propane screwed all the way on (hey it was my first time hand tightening the line to a stove), stove worked great.
Used small pan and boiled a cup of water in about 30 seconds on low. Put 3 cups of cold coffee in the pan, got it just to boiling in about a minute and poured it back into the thermos to stay hot. Then heated water for hot chocolate.
The flame is concentrated so there is little loss of heat.
I could see using this one burner with one pan to provide warm meal for a couple people in a short period of time just by boiling up water between courses to clean out the pan. Can of beans, hot dogs heated in water, instant mashed potatoes - add a skillet and you got bacon, eggs, hamburger patties, pan toasted bread, etc.
Never had an issue, until recently I've started smelling propane when it was working.
Not sure whether it was a propane cylinder or the stove, decided to replace it anyway.
So I bought another stove - same model again, since I couldn't find any better.
Pros: Compact, lightweight, stable, low profile, provides fairly large and stable area for a pot, never rusts, easy to clean, good on gas, not expensive.
1. The knob doesn't regulate the flame evenly - as you rotate it, the flame changes only within initial, relatively small turn. After that, you can turn it as much as you want, without any effect. I can't compare this feature to the other stoves, since I never used them.
2. Since the stove doesn't have any wind shield, I had to make one myself - three wood planks, connected by leather stripes. It works well. Most two-burner stoves do have some wind cover flaps. I never liked their flimsy design. Always felt that the flaps may fall down at any moment. I never tried them though.
I would recommend the stove to anyone looking for a lightweight, compact, economical, reliable stove.