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Coleman 2 Burner Dual Fuel Compact Liquid Fuel Stove
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- One 7,500 BTU burner and one 6,500 BTU burner
- Runs on Coleman Fuel or unleaded gas
- Boil a quart of water in four minutes
- 2 Burner, 14,000 BTU Cooking Power
- Limited Lifetime
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Stove, 2-Burner Standard Compact, Dual Fuel.
Whether you're staying in a cabin, tent, or under the stars, the Coleman 424-700G Two-burner Compact Dual-fuel Stove will enhance any camping adventure. Equipped with one 7,500 BTU burner and one 6,500 BTU burner, you can whip up a meal in minutes.
The Coleman stove operates on clean-burning Coleman Fuel or unleaded gas and one tank gives you two hours of burn time. This stove can boil a quart of water in four minutes. All this in an amazingly small package of 17.75-inches by 11.5-inches by 4.875-inches when closed for easy packing.
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This version is still Made In The USA, in Wichita Kansas; I probably wouldn't have bought it otherwise.
It still folds up and secures with a strong metal clasp, and carries like a little suitcase.
The fuel bottle has been re-designed, and seems to be an improvement. For safety reasons it must be taken off, rested on its side, filled, then put back on. Its dead simple, two tabs and notches.
With routine maintenance I expect this nearly identical model to last 30 years or more just like the previous one did.
Highly recommended for those campers who actually enjoy operating machinery.
5 year UPDATE Ive used this several times a year, year round. The valves and gaskets are holding up, and it still essentially operates like new. The metal rusts where exposed, so I suggest repainting the bare spots as needed. I’d still buy this model again despite the newer butane types; I prefer liquid fuel and the option to use gasoline. Incidentally, I use regular unleaded auto gas which is 10x cheaper than white gas and essentially the same plus additives.
This dual fuel stove is quite the opposite. It is definitely an upgrade on build quality & materials. The box said "Made in USA". It is NOT complicated to operate this stove and there seems little to go wrong with it. The valve allows anything from full bore HIGH to a gentle simmer. The fuel is much less expensive. It also consumes less volume than those green propane canisters and there is much less waste (no empty canisters). The ability to use unleaded gasoline means you have options. Certainly unleaded gas is by far the least expensive fuel option. I recommend using Coleman fuel (white gas) when possible, only because it has no odor and evaporates quickly leaving no residue should a few drops be spilled. Parts are readily available for this stove. With care, it should last decades.
It is also possible to buy a propane regulator for this stove which would make it a tri-fuel stove. How convenient. See the Century® Propane Stove Regulated Converter.
Buy the classic.
1) The dual fuel aspect is for emergencies. Unleaded gasoline is not what you're supposed to use on a day-to-day basis.
2) Once you light it, DON"T TOUCH IT. Let it sit for a few minutes so the generator can heat up fully. This is the number one thing that makes people think their stove isn't working properly. I know it's tempting, but seriously, don't touch it.
3) Fill up the fuel tank before you use it. Doesn't matter how full you think it is. Just fill it up. It will work better.
4) Pump the tank according to the instructions. It is easily possible to pump it too little. It is very hard to pump it too much.
This stove worked perfectly for me with the propane converter...
So if you light it up and notice a lot of yellow flame it might be because you're using gasoline which burns a lot differently than propane. I noticed that with gasoline I had to let the generator warm up over a low burner flame for as much as 5 minutes. Once the generator was hot and atomizing the gasoline well, it burned the gas perfectly and I was very pleased with it.
As far as burning gas over Coleman fuel I don't personally worry about gas being a dirtier fuel. Generators can be cleaned and I read that a few people add a little fuel system cleaner in with the gas to keep the system clean.
That's just my personal experience and what I do. But of course, all of what I said should be verified by Coleman before you attempt any of it.