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Coleman Portable Butane Stove with Carrying Case
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- Instastart ignition for matchless lighting; 7,650 total BTUs of Cooking power
- Fits up to a 10 inch pan
- Lasts up to 1.25 hours on high on one 8.8 ounces butane gas cylinder (sold separately)
- Adjustable burner gives precise temperature control, and large base offers stability for easy stirring
- Durable porcelain coated grate is easy to clean, and aluminum burner is rust proof for years of use
- Carry case included
- 1 year limited warranty
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From the manufacturer
A rotating dial lets you control burners for precise temperature control.
Easy to Clean
The durable steel grates can be removed to facilitate thorough cleaning.
Easy To Carry
With an ultra-portable design and included carry case—this stove is ready whenever you are.
About the Brand
Coleman helps people make fun memories by providing the lighting, stoves, coolers, tents, sleeping bags, and camping tools integral to their favorite outdoor experiences.
On-the-go cooking just got a little easier with the Coleman Portable Butane Stove with Carrying Case. With an ultra-portable design and included carry case, this stove is ready for any camping adventure and quickly sets up on any outdoor tabletop, supporting up to a 10-inch pan. Attach an 8.8 oz. butane cylinder (sold separately), light the automatic matchless ignition with the turn of a knob, and in no time, you’re cooking with up to 7,650 BTUs of power for up to 1.25 hours. Wind baffles shield your flame from the wind, and a large stable base makes stirring easy. Use your stove for years to come thanks to an easy-to-clean, durable porcelain-coated grate, rust-proof aluminum burner, and made-to-last enameled steel exterior.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 20 x 12 x 4 inches; 4.68 Pounds
- Item model number : 2000020951
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : November 26, 2006
- Manufacturer : Coleman
- ASIN : B00FGPXVSM
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
Best Sellers Rank:
#3,384 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #5 in Camping Stoves
- Customer Reviews:
WARNING: This product contains lead and other chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm. Do not place your hands in your mouth after handling the product. Wash your hands after touching this product. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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I like to cook outdoors, especially in the fall. (I always try to cook bacon outside on the back deck so I don't have to clean up the grease splatter in the kitchen.) I have a grill but not one with a side burner. I also have a 2-burner propane stove I've used for ~15 yrs camping. So I went looking and researching for one that I could use at home, at the park, or while camping. I stumbled on the Coleman 1-Burner Butane Stove. You'll want to shop around as I've seen the price vary from $16-35.
This stove runs off butane instead of propane like many other camp stoves. The canisters are a bit smaller and should last at least an hour on full flame/heat. The nice thing about this stove is how easy it is to hook up the fuel. I've used a lot of different stoves over the years and most of them use a threaded design. This can be trouble for older children you're trying to teach how to use one and help out, older adults, and folks with dexterity issues (like rheumatoid arthritis or hand injuries for example). With this stove you don't have to thread/twist the canister on. Just drop it in the slot and push down on a lever that locks it into place and pressurizes the system. Then just turn the knob past max till it clicks and the igniter sparks into the gas. It's that easy and you're cooking!
There's other things I like about this little stove too. Check out my video review to see how easy it is to operate and what else I like about it! Whether you're using this for camping, boating, back yard BBQ, or as an emergency cooking source when your power goes out, it's a great versatile addition to your gear.
Word of caution, when you are finished using stove, unlock and remove the canister! Unlocking only allowed a leak in mine.
Power outage in Nov (15 hours) due to ice storm. This was the reason I originally bought this little stove, after all.
Put some water in a camp coffee pot (without the inner components), and boiled it to make tea before I left for work (gotta have my tea before I start my day!). Worked great. It came to a full, rolling boil. Was planning to make some pasta for dinner on it when I got home (checked in with the parents all thru the day, power was still out), but then power came back on about a half hour before I got home. But I know from the rolling boil I had that morning, making pasta or rice would not have been a problem.
Still on that first can of fuel.
update (Feb 2018):
Have used this 3 times to do a fish fry outside (easier clean up than using the stove inside, since boiling oil tends to splatter). Still on my first can of fuel. Works great! Oil in a 10 inch cast iron skillet gets plenty hot. Fish is delish! Very pleased with this stove.
Bought this to have as a back up in case of a power outage (microwave and stove/range both work on electricity). Don't plan on using this a lot, but wanted to try it out when it arrived, just to make sure it worked, and be sure of how it works.
This little thing is amazing. It lit really easy...on the first try. I'm not sure if you can use a regular Teflon skillet on a gas flame, so I used a 10 inch; cast iron skillet. It got really hot! I fried up hot dogs (first) and kielbasa after that. Took only about 20 minutes. I'm thinking you can probably fry up eggs, sausage, boil water for tea or coffee, maybe even boil water in a small pot for pasta or hot cereal. It has a dial to be able to adjust the flame, low or high. Just be sure to stay above the minimum...I went a little below that, and the flame went out. But, re-lit with no problem.
In my research to find this item, it seemed like there were many brands that basically work the same way. I went with the Coleman version because I know they have been making products like this for a long time...well known name. The one thing that this one doesn't seem to do that the other ones do....others apparently come with the black burner turned down (space saver?), and when you get it, you have to flip it over. This one is already flipped, and it's secured in place. Nice and stable. My only problem with that is that you can't remove it to clean under it. I don't see any way to release or remove it.
Uses butane canisters...really easy to insert. They look just like an aerosol can. I bought a pack of 4. Averaged $4 per can. If you plan on using this stove a lot (camping, tailgating, picnics, etc), then buy the large quantities available...price per can will be lower. The canister lays on its side, and goes in the compartment directly behind the dial. It has a hinged door that hides it away, and keeps it from being exposed. Unit is all-in-one, easy to move.
Of all the different styles of camp stoves I researched, this one seemed to be the easiest to use, and appeared to be the safest. (There was actually one that was 'dual fuel' - one of the fuels available to be used was gasoline. I thought that was great, since fuel readily available, until I saw the tubing that carried the fuel from the tank to the input actually ran thru the flame on the burner!). This one has uses no tubing, no regulator, nothing like that. It snaps in one way, and locks in place. I didn't use the entire can, so I disconnected it, put the cap back on, and will be able to use it next time.
Comes with a nice little carrying case for transport or storage. Plastic box with handle...like a mini briefcase.
Top reviews from other countries
En fin, la recomiendo mucho porque sí te saca de apuros y no le pide nada a ninguna estufa común. Calienta bien, es ligerita y no es nada complicada de usar. Además es azul.