Coleman Butane Stove

April 11, 2018 - Comment

On-the-go cooking just got a little easier with the Coleman Butane Stove. With an ultra-portable design and the included carry case – this grill is ready whenever you are. It easily fits on any outdoor table top. All you need to do is pull it out, lock in the separate butane cylinder, turn the adjustable

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On-the-go cooking just got a little easier with the Coleman Butane Stove. With an ultra-portable design and the included carry case – this grill is ready whenever you are. It easily fits on any outdoor table top. All you need to do is pull it out, lock in the separate butane cylinder, turn the adjustable burner control to activate the Instastart automatic ignition, and you can be cooking in no time. Wind baffles help shield your flame from the wind so the most heat possible goes into making your meal in up to a 10-in. pan. When the meal is over, the durable, porcelain-coated grate wipe clean easily.

Product Features

  • Made of the highest quality materials
  • Camping cooking stoves
  • Another quality Coleman product

Comments

KnightH001 says:

Great little stove for camping, boating, backyard or emergencies. Video review in action: see link on picture.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…

G. Tucker says:

Works well. Boil 4 cups of water in 5 minutes on high using only 0.5 oz of fuel.

Steve376 says:

Great stove! Perfect for Coleman Camping Coffee Maker! I just finished brewing my first pot of coffee using the single burner Coleman Butane Stove! I used the Coleman Camping Coffee maker to make it. It took about 20 mins to brew. I had previously ran a cycle of just water through the coffee maker using my Coleman 2 burner stove. So, what was weird, was on the real coffee run, I filled the pot to the 10 cup mark and the brewing stopped when the pot had, like, 11 cups in it! I guess it had some water in it from the previous, all water cycle. Anyway,…

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