Coleman 1-Burner Tabletop Butane Camp Stove

Coleman 1-Burner Tabletop Butane Camp Stove by COLEMAN


by COLEMAN
$18.99
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on 10-2-2018
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Product Features
  • 7,650 BTU burner adjusts from high to low for optimal cooking performance
  • Lightweight, low-profile design


  • Item Description
    Serve up meals and cook many dishes on your next camping trip with the Coleman 1-Burner Tabletop Butane Stove. This single burner is designed with a built-in automatic ignition and a flame adjustment control enabling the user to regulate the amount of heat. The Coleman one-burner stove has 7,650 BTUs of power and will go from a simmer to a full boil in just a few minutes. Use it whether you are headed on a camping trip or over to a friend's house to help cook for a crowd. The lightweight design of this single-burner butane stove makes it very easy to transport. It has a large, stable base to ensure that it stays securely in place. Meanwhile, the wind shield protects the flame. One 8.8-oz cylinder of Coleman butane fuel can last up to 1.25 hours, giving you plenty of time to cook what you need. Bring this Coleman 1-Burner Tabletop Butane Stove on your next camping trip for making eggs in the morning or cooking pasta at night.
    Coleman 1-Burner Tabletop Butane Stove:
    • 7,650 BTU burner adjusts from high to low for optimal cooking performance
    • Lightweight, low-profile design and compact to store
    • Uses one 8.8-oz (250 g) cylinder of Coleman butane fuel (sold separately)
    • Dimensions: 13.38 inch x 12.5 inch x 4 inch (34 cm x 31.75 cm x 10.16 cm)
    • InstaStart ignition
    • Coleman one- burner stove is for outdoor use only


    What buyers are saying
    Video review in action: http://youtu.be/y3D0_mWbLBAI 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.