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Coleman Triton 2 Burner Propane Stove
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- 11,000 BTUs per burner, 22,000 total BTUs
- Large cooking area fits one 10-in. (25.4 cm) pan and one 12-in. (30.48 cm) pan at the same time
- Independent, easily-adjustable controls range from simmer to boil
- Durable steel construction withstands rugged cooking conditions
- InstaStart push-button matchless ignition
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|Item Dimensions||14 x 5.9 x 23 inches|
|Item Display Weight||10.45 pounds|
|Item Weight||10 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||10.19 pounds|
The durable Tritan 2 Burner Stove by Coleman has powerful burners for great cooking performance and boils water very quickly allowing you to adjust the temp from a simmer to a boil. The large cooking area fits one 10-in. (25.4 cm) pan and one 12-in. (30.48 cm) pan and PerfectHeat Technology gets the temperatures just right. The WindBlock Shields keep the wind from blowing the flames and PerfectFlow Pressure Control System keeps the heat steady on each of the high-performance 11,000-BTU burners. The Tritan is also efficient, with a 1-hr. runtime on high using a single 16.4-oz. propane cylinder(sold separately). The Tritan performance stove features a slim, portable design and when the fun is done, removable heavy-duty, nickel-chrome grates make cleaning easy, and the built-in handle will have you carrying this lightweight stove effortlessly. Perfect for camping, hunting, tailgating and during emergencies.Large cooking area fits one 10-in. (25.4 cm) pan and one 12-in. (30.48 cm) pan at the same time.Independent, easily-adjustable controls range from simmer to boil.Durable steel construction withstands rugged cooking conditions.PerfectHeat Technology gets the temperatures just right.WindBlock Shields prevent the wind from blowing the flames around.PerfectFlow Pressure Control System keeps steady heat on each high-performance burner.1-hr. runtime on high using a single 16.4-oz. propane cylinder.Easy-to-clean removable heavy-duty, nickel-chrome grates.Built-in handle for easy, lightweight carrying.Optional griddle accessory packs away inside stove (sold separately).Folded dimensions: 21in x 13.5in x 4.25in.
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> It seems like most of what you get from the burner is Ultra High, Super High, Very High, and a small amount of Medium. You don't hit Low, which is a setting I use frequently, until just a teeny bit before you hit Off. So when I'm attempting to set the burner to Low, I often end up with Off instead, then I have to perform the lighting sequence again.
> The control knob has a fair amount of elasticity, so if I manage to set the burner to low, it self-resets, to some degree back to where it was. This is very frustrating! Because there is so little of the control knob range which is Low, the "bounce-back" makes it nearly impossible to do this without having to relight.
> The stove has a rounded bump near each corner, which serves as feet. Unfortunately, the feet are smooth metal, and so the sometimes HOT stove tends to slide around a lot. I added my own rubber feet, which helps, but due to the design (rounded feet), it's hard to get a lot of contact with the table, so it still slides more than I would like.
> I have had no problems with the piezo lighter working, but I don't like the button design. The button must be pushed in, horizontally, with a fair amount of force. However, because the stove likes to slide (see prior bullet point), this requires holding the back with one hand while pressing with the other. If, by chance, you had been cooking something on High, then your attempt to lower the heat accidentally turns the burner off, you will need to restart. If you're not careful where you grab the back of the stove, you could end up cooking your hand, along with dinner. A better design would have been a knob, which you turn, or a lever (or button) which you push DOWN (vertically), instead of their button which you push IN (horizontally).
Would I buy it again? No! I've had many Coleman stoves before and none have had the problems of setting the burner on Low, or with the knob bounce-back, so I know they can do it. This time, though, they didn't.