Coleman Portable Gas Stove Bottletop Propane Camp Stove

Looking for a compact stove to take on the trail? Look no further than the Coleman Portable Gas Stove Bottletop Propane Gas Camping Stove. When you’re ready to head home, the burner and base easily separate from the propane bottle for compact packing. Coleman engineers packed this little stove into a simple and smart design to make it maximum compact and portable for all sorts of campers. As we’ve mentioned, the stove itself consists of a burner and a base.

Coleman engineers packed this little stove into a simple and smart design to make it maximum compact and portable for all sorts of campers. As we’ve mentioned, the stove itself consists of a burner and a base. The base is meant to accommodate a standard butane cylinder and the burner snaps right on top of the cylinder.

Coleman Portable Gas Stove Features:

Cooking Power: Up to 10,000 total BTUs.

Pressure Regulator: Pressure control for consistent performance.

Perfect Heat Design: More efficient cooking with less fuel.

1 Adjustable Burner: For precise temperature control.

Wind Baffles: Shield burner from wind for maximum heat.

Space Saver: Burner and base separate from propane bottle.

Runtime: Up to 2.5 hours on high on one 16.4 ounce propane cylinder.

Coleman Portable Gas Stove Bottletop
Coleman Portable Gas Stove Bottletop

PROS:

Compact size.

Work on butane or propane.

Dual fuel.

Has a security system.

Piezo-electric ignition.

CONS:

Only one burner.

Coleman Portable Gas Stove Bottletop

Question & Answer:

Question: How long does it normally last for one full propane tank?
Answer: It is a very efficient stove. You will not need to cook on high hardly ever.

Question: How much does it weigh?
Answer: The stove is just the burner and the plastic base. Weighs a couple pounds. Very light for how well it cooks and how sturdy it is.

Question: What is included in this item?
Answer: Hello The propane cylinder is sold separately and would have to be purchased from a local store.

Question: When I screw the propane tank in, all the gas just starts escaping?
Answer: No, it sounds like your valve failed in the open position.

Question: Can I remove the gas cylinder before it is empty for storage?
Answer: Is the gas tank refillable?

Question: Can I use it at home?
Answer: Yes, with care, ventilate well and make sure that it doesn’t tip over because of its height.

Question: Do you have to use a wooden match to lite this?
Answer: Wooden matches? Any flame or spark starter can work. I use a Bic lighter.

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