Camping, hiking, backpacking stoves.

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Portable Stainless Steel Camping Wood Alcohol Burning Stove Outdoor Picnic BBQ

$19.98
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Features

  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Suitable For: Outdoor
  • Style: Pocket Stove
  • Type: Wood
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Features: Portable

2 Portable Camping Stoves Backpacking Stove with Piezo Ignition Adjustable Valve

$14.59
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Features

  • Model: AT6312-A*2
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Style: Pocket Stove
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Type: Liquefied Gas
  • Features: Portable
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Number of Burners: 1
  • Suitable For: Outdoor
  • UPC: 727536423485

3500W Portable Gas Camping Stove Butane Propane Burner Outdoor Hiking Picnic

$17.09
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Features

  • Features: Portable
  • Type: Gasoline
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Style: Pocket Stove
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: China
  • MPN: H51800HI
  • Suitable For: Outdoor
  • UPC: Does not apply

Titanium Ultralight Outdoor Camping Folding Wood Stove Backpack Travel Stove

$25.60
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Features

  • Model: Open Flame Wood
  • Number of Burners: 1
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Style: Pocket Stove
  • Suitable For: Outdoor
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Type: Wood
  • Material: Titanium
  • Features: Folding & Lightweight
  • UPC: Does not apply

Portable Gas Cooking Propane Stove Outdoor Camping Butane Hiking Picnic Burner

$18.99
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Features

  • Style: Pocket Stove
  • Type: Gasoline
  • Features: Portable
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Number of Burners: 1
  • Suitable For: Outdoor
  • UPC: Does not apply

Portable Gas Camping Stove Butane Propane Burner Outdoor Hiking Picnic+Cookwar

$24.99
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Features

  • Features: Portable
  • MPN: JV1521405W71X6117
  • Suitable For: Outdoor
  • Type: Camping Cook Set
  • Material: Aluminum Alloy
  • Style: Pocket Stove
  • UPC: Does not apply

MSR WHISPERLITE STOVE

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Coghlan's Emergency Stove & 24 Fuel Tablets, Camping Emergency Survival Camp Kit

★★★★★
$9.99
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Features

  • MPN: 9560
  • Type: Solid Fuel
  • Style: Stove System
  • Features: Lightweight
  • UPC: 056389095601

User reviews

Making Bug Out Bags for the Wife and I (guess you can never be too cautious) and bought two of these. Just received them and two packs of 12 alcohol pellets (24 total) are packed inside of each stove when folded up. The first picture has the 1rst stove with it's 24 alcohol fuel pods packed inside and the 2nd stove's fuel packs behind it. I have not used these in a camping situation, but took one outside and lit an alcohol fuel cell and it burned well for 6 - 7 minutes. To my hand it put out a nice amount of heat and i would think it would easily make 8 - 12oz of water hot. Lit a lighter on the fuel pod for a few seconds and it did not light. Needs a little more. Took a Q-tip (100% cotton) tip, ripped it off, rubbed in some petroleum jelly to make a little fire starter which lit up quickly and all was good. I am sure if the lighter was on for a few seconds longer, the fuel pod would light.
A little bigger than an authentic Esbit stove, but essentially the same. The included heat tabs (24 of them) make this well worth the price. Light to carry, easy to use. Well made, and should last a long time. I've used it on camping trips, and it hasnt let me down. I've cooked fish, coffee, ramen noodles, canned ravioli, all with no problems.


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2 Portable Camping Stoves Backpacking Stove with Piezo Ignition Adjustable Valve

$14.99
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Features

  • Model: AT6312-A*2
  • Features: Portable
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Style: Pocket Stove
  • Number of Burners: 1
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Type: Liquefied Gas
  • Suitable For: Outdoor
  • UPC: 727536423485

Portable Stainless Steel Folding Wood Burning Camp Stove with Pocket Fire Bellow

$21.99
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Features

  • Modified Item: No
  • Features: Foldable
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: China
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Style: Pocket Stove
  • Number of Burners: 1
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Type: Wood
  • Suitable For: Outdoor
  • UPC: Does not apply

Coleman Eventemp 3 Burner Propane Stove

★★★★★
$179.99
$88.88
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Description

  • Portable propane stove fits two 12 inch pans or three 8 inch pans at once for variety of meals
  • 3 adjustable even temp burners radiate heat evenly across the stove for consistent performance
  • Adjustable wind block panels shield the flame from wind and fold down as side tables
  • Pressure control and fuel efficiency technologies ensure consistent performance...

    User reviews

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  Why Coleman, why? This is a bigger, heavier stove than the 2 burner, but for some reason Coleman decided to not put their traditional clamp down clasp to open and shut the lid. They instead placed a cheap plastic button. Upon opening the box it opened when I went to close it immediately popped back open, as seen in video. So of course I pressed down harder next time. Picked up the grill and everything inside fell out when the lid opened. I love how big it is and the even heat feature, but if my husband can not rig a way to keep the lid shut (which we should not have to do) it will have to go back. If you order another it will be the same way. Shame on you Coleman for reducing the quality while trying to save a buck. SHAME!!
    I used to sell camp stoves, and I own many. For perspective, I have a vintage 60s Coleman 3 burner liquid gas stove (AKA "The Beast") and a modern base level match light Coleman propane 2 burner. The Eventemp is my go-to. Boils water quickly on high and simmers low. Works well in between too when cooking on cast iron. Much easier to control the flame than either of the others I mentioned. No camp stove I've encountered regulates as well as a home range, unless it's pro grade and pricey. The Eventemp works as well with a 1lb bottle as it does with a 20lb tank. I find it very fuel efficient. The middle burner is perfect for keeping a griddle evenly heated or a smaller pan or pot simmering while cooking on another. Don't expect three equal and even burners though - you can look at it's dimensions and plainly see that's not what's intended. On the other hand, this is only slightly broader than a typical 2 burner yet fits on nearly any camp kitchen (most are designed for 2 burner stoves, not wide 3s). It's not like a traditional 3 burner - the middle burner on the Eventemp is more like the bridge element on a glass stovetop for griddles. When using a griddle, whether the one customized for this stove or another, turn your side burners down low and let the middle burner do the work or you'll have blackened pancakes. The electric start is handy - I don't need to hunt for my lighter each time. The price is high, but commensurate with what you get. I'm very satisfied with this stove and may replace my lesser 2 burner with a second Eventemp.Update: I bought a second one. I run one on a tank and the other on a refillable bottle. I've cooked for groups over 20 people easily. If you like griddle cooking, get the one made for this stove. Pancakes are a breeze with it.


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Coleman 2-Burner Classic Liquid Fuel Stove

★★★★★
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Description

  • Camping Cooking Stoves
  • Camping Cooking Stoves
  • Camping Cooking Stoves
  • Camping Cooking Stoves
  • Camping Cooking Stoves

User reviews

This is the real deal if you are looking for a stove as good as Coleman used to make - because they still make it. The reviews here that say otherwise are malarkey. I bought a Coleman 425E stove in 1971. I've used it a lot and it still works fine. I recently bought the Coleman 425 listed here for my son. I did a detailed examination of both stoves side by side. Here is what I found comparing the new to the old.* The metal box of the new stove is exactly the same size, strength, and construction.* The embossed markings say, "Coleman 425, Wichita Kansas, made in USA." (Not China.) Old: Same except "425E".* They added an arrow and "OFF" marking for the left burner control. That's an improvement.* Much better paint. Appears to be a thick enamel with a rough alligator surface. Old: Much thinner paint, and light green color.* The hinges look exactly the same.* The crimp of the rivets looks slightly less finished. May be just as strong, but doesn't look as good.* The latch for the top is exactly the same as the old stove.* The heat shield below the burners is painted green. Old: Was silver.* The carburetor that the fuel pipe goes into, inside the box, is round instead of square. Probably less likely to leak.* The carburetor is mounted to the back of the box instead of the bottom, which makes it much easier to clean underneath.* The grill is easily removed for cleaning. Old: Could not remove.* The grill has three heavier cross pieces, and they rest on the front and back of the box for better support. The web picture doesn't show this. Old: Two thinner cross pieces.* The wind deflectors that fold out from the top are thinner and one inch shorter in height. Definitely not as good, but still look adequate.* The wire clips for the wind deflectors lock in the closed position against the top so they don't flop around. That's better.* The carrying handle on the box can be left down without causing the fuel tank to stick too far out and leak fuel. That's much better.* The filler cap on the fuel tank has been moved so it cannot be filled while cooking. That's much safer.* The pump has a neoprene gasket for a better seal. Old: The leather gasket tended to dry out and had to be removed and oiled.* The pump is removed from the tank for service by twisting a plastic insert with tabs. Old: Was mounted with metal and less likely to break.* The tank is chained to the box so it can't get lost. That's a pain, but it is simple to cut off the chain.* The fuel flow knob is bigger and reshaped for better control.Tip 1: Buy a welder's striker to keep in the stove to light the burners. You want to remove the round cup around the striker for easier use, so don't buy this cheap one where the cup holds it together. http://smile.amazon.com/Hot-Max-24172-Striker-Replacement/dp/B005TGNFE8/ref=sr_1_2?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1408388303&sr=1-2&keywords=welding+strikerTip 2: This Classic stove is actually smaller by ½ inch in all three dimensions than Coleman's "Compact" duel fuel model.Coleman is noted for supplying replacement parts. I bought a new pump for my old stove just to have a spare, though the original still works. I gave the new stove to my son and expect his to last a lifetime too. Over all, the new stove is as good in quality as my old one, and offers some significant improvements. Coleman's reputation for quality continues with this stove.
OK, I've not yet fired this stove up, but I would like to comment that this stove arrived in perfect condition. When ordering, my biggest concern was that I wondered if this would compare to the bygone days of legendary Coleman quality. I am not disappointed, the fit and finish is fine and the metal seems heavy and durable.This 425 Classic seems every bit as good as the stoves of days past, great paint and just that "Classic" look and feel. If I have any problems when lighting, (highly unlikely) I will submit an update to this review. At this point I am very pleased, the stove sits on my workbench in the garage, every time I walk by pleasant memories are kindled, I grew up with Coleman!


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Coleman Camping Stove | FyreCadet Propane Portable Stove, 2-Burner

★★★★★
$226.80
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Description

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

User reviews

I really don't ever write reviews, however I am going to take the time to do so today. We have had our camp stove for a year now. We have used it quite a few times over the last year. Just recently returned from a camping trip. It isn't about who is cooking or how advanced of a cook you are. I consider my self a very experienced at home chef. When we camp we cook everything from steaks to soups. This stove is impossible to control the heat setting and any good cook knows you at least need to be able to do that. There is no low setting. If you cook an egg you have to either hold the control while cooking to minimize the heat or lift the pan up to prevent burning. My cast Iron pan is a mess! It only cooks at really high heat. I am now online to buy a new one. I put a lot of research into buying this camp stove and it has been a big disappointment:(
I own several Coleman stoves. This one does not fit my cooking style. I've tried to cook bacon, eggs, pancakes, grilled cheese, hamburgers, soup, spaghetti and sauce, roast vegetables, and other things. The only things that turned out well were things that can tolerate super high heat: soup, spaghetti (lots of water), roast vegetables. All of the other things burned, seared, scorched, and were otherwise ruined. This is with me fiddling with the knob to turn it as low as possible without going out.Pros:Does it stay lit? Yes, it's basically always on high.Does it get hot? Yes, extremely hot and can boil water rapidly.Cons:I like to eat the food when I am done heating it.Eggs turn out scorched on the outside and runny on the inside (excluding the yolk). Scrambled eggs are extra difficult because you can't leave them alone.


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Camp Chef Big Gas Grill

★★★★★
$449.99
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Features

  • Matchless ignition - 38" x 16" cooking surface - Cooking surface area: 608 square inches

Description

  • Matchless ignition - 38" x 16" cooking surface - Cooking surface area: 608 square inches
  • Patented Wind Baffle Burner Technology, Appliance-style temperature controls
  • Three cast aluminum burners - 90,000 total BTU/r
  • Removable independent leveling legs
  • Includes removable Grill Box - BB90L - Includes Hose & Regulator

User reviews

My Purpose - Purchased this grill for when we go campingI really like using this grill and so far I am happy with the quality of products Camp Chef makes.Pros - Good quality build, everything is on the heavy side. Very versitile (as you buy different surfaces/add-ons). Easy to put together and set up. All the burners lit lighting quick when starting it up. Does the job well (cooking) with all the surfaces I've used. Getting the right temp setting was a little tricky but I chalked that up to being new to this grill. I found myself going up and down a little bit with the heat knob more than usual using other grills.It came with the grill box - very nice also seems of good quality.I bought the two burner size griddle (will write a delegate review for that). But I recommend it... great for breakfast cooking.Cons- they should include the carry bags. Luckily they are relatively inexpensive and fit the equipment very well. I think it should also come with the leg levelers ALSO sold separate for a few dollars.Here and there - leveling is important especially with griddle cooking so the grease drains properly. Which is why I think it should come with the leg levelers.
I don’t normally give reviews but this was so bad that I had to. The stove and legs completely rusted within 6 months of use. We contacted the company and they said there was nothing they could do and they don’t cover rust. Regardless, it should not have rusted out that quickly. We had only used it 10 times. Worst customer service. They told us to scour it and paint it with high heat paint. Why didn’t they do that when they made it. Its peeling away and the bottom rusted through. We even stored it under a covered porch.


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Guide Gear Heavy-Duty Park-Style Charcoal BBQ Grill for Camping, Outdoor Cooking, Backyard, Patio, Camp Grilling Barbecues, Large

★★★★★
$179.99
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Description

  • PARK-STYLE BARBECUE GRILL – Have a park-style barbecue right at home, whenever you want it with the Guide Gear Park-style Charcoal Grill. It’s modeled after the iconic grills found in parks.
  • DESIGNED FOR EASY-USE – Designed for easy use with the simple use of charcoal to fire up the grill, use this outdoor barbecue grill for camping, cooking and grilling in your backyard or...

    User reviews

    As described. Pole is heavy, firebox and grill a little light. Will likely last for years, but not a lifetime as those found in the park.
    Easy to assemble and put in. I took a Dremel and cut off the top of the back handle columns so that I could put the grate totally verticle for putting in charcoal. Metal is a little thin but adequate. After only 2 uses, there is already some surface rust on the bolts holding the grill to the pole but it doesn't look like it is going to be a major issue. I would recommend buying one of those cheap covers if you are worried about it. Overall, I expect it to last at least a few years.


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TITAN GREAT OUTDOORS Steel Fire Ring with Grate, Heavy-Duty Fire Pit and Grill for Camping (36")

★★★★★
$149.99
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Features

  • GREAT FOR COOKING: Woodfired meals provide bold flavor and juicy taste. They capture the delectable savor of smoke, char, and sap. Enjoy delicious woodfired cooking with Titan Outdoors steel fire ring. Its sturdy grate is wide enough to accommodate meats and vegetables. You can also set a cast iron skillet on top of it to make eggs, bacon, and pancakes!
  • LONGLASTING CONSTRUCTION: You need a fire pit you can rely on. At Titan Outdoors, our fire ring is built from heavyduty, 10gauge, thick rolled steel. It is comparable to the longlasting grills used by the US Forest Service. This round, steel fire ring is coated with hightemperature paint that will prevent rust for years to come!
  • SWIVEL GRATE: This woodburning fire pit goes beyond roasting weenies and marshmallows. You can cook sausages and steaks to succulent perfection. With its rotating grate, youll be able to evenly and thoroughly cook your food throughout. It swivels a full 180 degrees. This grate has a convenient handle for onehand operation. When youre done cooking, just swivel the grate out of the fire.
  • PORTABLE: Theres nothing better than sitting around the fire, telling ghost stories and roasting marshmallows. However, having to build a fire pit can be tedious. Titan Outdoors Steel Fire Ring eliminates that hassle for you. Its lightweight, so you can take it with you anywhere. It has 2 anchor pins that let you tip back the fire ring for easy cleaning. These pins also help prevent theft.

Description

  • GREAT FOR COOKING: Woodfired meals provide bold flavor and juicy taste. They capture the delectable savor of smoke, char, and sap. Enjoy delicious woodfired cooking with Titan Outdoors steel fire ring. Its sturdy grate is wide enough to accommodate meats and vegetables. You can also set a cast iron skillet on top of it to make eggs, bacon, and pancakes!
  • LONGLASTING...

    User reviews

    Considering the kits cost $599 this was an affordable option. I purchased retaining wall block from my local box hardware chain for $1.98 per. the bottom layer was 13, second layer 12. And i cut one to fit the gap. Circular saw with with wet/dry masonry blade worked like a charm, like a hot knife through butter..lolI was going to leave it like that with two rows but decided to go back and buy the caps, they were $2 a pop. 13 did the top nicely. I did have to modify it slightly, Their are two metal "Ears" welded on the outside near the bottom. They made it near impossible to slide the insert in and out while setting up the blocks. So I just cut them off.After that it slid in and out without issue. Use Locktite PL500 to secure them, it's solid as hell after the glue dried.All in all a solid unit, built for it for around $230 and worth every penny....
    No where near the 60lb advertised weight, but sturdy. Smooth pivot, beefy grates could be a bit closer together...we lost a few dogs to the depths of Lucifers coals when they rolled through the grate.We immediately painted our with high temp paint to prevent rusting, one can is enough. We did not paint the top of the grates being food grease should stop the rust.It seems easy enough to modify to adjust the height of the grate, but the easier way is to build the fire to one side ans push coals under the grate to set the heat.Put a cast iron griddle on the grate to make breakfast and you can do all your meals on it and leave the kitchen clean!


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Pilot Rock 30" Commercial Park Campfire Ring FSWBH30/7 - Park Grill - Made in The USA -

★★★★★
$299.99
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Description

  • Fully welded steel ring and swivel cooking grate with non-toxic high temp black enamel finish.
  • Single level swivel cooking grate. Easy one hand operation
  • Works as steel insert to your landscape block firepit. (Landscape blocks not included)
  • Simple installation, build your landscape block firepit (per block mfg. specs), with a 30 1/2" inside diameter to desired...

    User reviews

    The ring had the black paint dripping all over. Very poor painting.There was no Red metal placard showing that it was made by pilot Rock, USA. Looks very cheap hence it most likely was made in China.
    Very sturdy ring.This one is 7 gauge steel 3/16 inch.The Titan ring is only 10 gauge steel.To make the fire pit: 12 stones all the way around. 3 tiers high was 36 blocks (4in x 11in flagstone retaining wall block) $2.38 a piece from big box hardware inc.Flattened the ground, dug down an inch or so, placed the rocks around the pit as we built it up.Took about an hour and a half and that includes the trip to get the blocks.Burned a great fire in it the first night and it snowed the next day.


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Pilot Rock 24 Inch Heavy Duty Steel Ground Fire Pit Ring Insert Liner and Metal Cooking Grate for Grilling, Camping, and Backyard Bonfires, Black

★★★★★
$179.99
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Features

  • Manufacturer: ‎Pilot Rock
  • Part Number: ‎Na
  • Item model number: ‎FS-24/6
  • Size: ‎6
  • Color: ‎Black
  • Item Package Quantity: ‎1
  • PARK-STYLE FIRE RING: Fire pit ring insert brings back the iconic look and function of backyard bonfires with family and friends this season
  • PROTECT YOUR FIREPIT: Liner stops heat exposure from drying out firepit walls for added structural integrity and long-lasting use
  • HEAVY-DUTY STEEL CONSTRUCTION: 1-inch-wide top flange and thick steel grate bars offer quality craftsmanship, durability, and strength
  • SWIVEL COOKING GRATE: 180-degree swivel grate conveniently swings out of the way to build or clean up a fire and back over for optimal cooking

Description

  • PARK-STYLE FIRE RING: Fire pit ring insert brings back the iconic look and function of backyard bonfires with family and friends this season
  • PROTECT YOUR FIREPIT: Liner stops heat exposure from drying out firepit walls for added structural integrity and long-lasting use
  • HEAVY-DUTY STEEL CONSTRUCTION: 1-inch-wide top flange and thick steel grate bars offer quality...

    User reviews

    I wanted to wait to review this fire ring until I've had a chance to use it a few times. Great ring, don't regret buying it. Upon delivery, my husband just pulled it out of the box and it was pretty much ready to use. If you've been camping in a campground at all, you will recognize this as the same "official" type that's used in lots of campgrounds, with a grate/grill to set things on and cook stuff. I burned in it a handful of times and it seems pretty good. No bubbling or peeling of the paint (yet).Pros:Heavy but not so heavy that it's a task to moveYou can move it around when you need a new burn spot or to put it awayGood WeldsSeems like it'll last for a whileCons:Small-ishThis ring is the perfect size for me but if you're looking for something to maybe sit a bunch of people around or you just want a big ring get the next size or so.UPDATE: Well, it's been a couple of years. I have moved and I took it with me. I have burned in this too many times to count and it's still perfection.
    Perfect for cooking over a fire!


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BALI OUTDOORS Wood Burning Fire Pit Backyard with Cooking Grill, 32in, Black, 24in

★★★★★
$136.70
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Description

  • 【Multi-Functional Design】This wood burning fire pit  is exclusive to BALI OUTDOORS, please identify the brand logo when you buy. Grill swivels 360 degrees, make Swing it left or right possible. Grill adjusts up and down, fixed by screws
  • 【Humanized Design】The Black round fire pit designed with outer ledge around the central fire area allowing for convenient access to drinks and...

    User reviews

    After much research and thought about my needs and desires, this pit checked all boxes.Well made with good materials. Easy, very easy assembly which isn’t much. Well packed for shipment.Proper design for strong fires. Excellent ventilation.Foot rail for toasty tootsies.Flat ring around top edge for feet, drinks, ???Fantastic, very adjustable, sturdy cooking rack. Up, down, side to side, easily removed. Fire cooked food tastes better.Pit itself has wire rack holding burning wood off bottom. My theory is the less direct hot fire against metal, the longer it will last. Good bed of ash works well. Good, quality materials but still I’m looking long term. Weather here is coastal northern CA so never too hot, never too cold. Useable year round.Keep covered. Don’t allow rain/snow fall collect in the bottom.I strongly advise adding their coverage when buying the pit. The cover is also well made and good materials.It’s pretty.Not heavy so easily relocated.Their phone and email support is very good.Time will tell but so far friends, neighbors and I are having fireside chats such as humans have done since building fires.This is where and how 2020 was acknowledged.I see many weenie roast ahead.ThanksNo idea why some photos are odd.UPDATE...March....Still thrilled. Amazing how much folks enjoy sitting fireside and actually having conversations, enjoying their neighbors. Two rules here in my garden...no politics/no religion.Both unresolvable. Will only divide. It works. Opens the world to everything else.See? I told you...this pit is fire’s magic.Thanks.
    Assembled on the deck - will move it when the snow is gone - living in ND and it's still March. I have nothing bad to say about it even though I have 4 small screws left but all instructions were followed. I hope to have visitors and this will be a delight to have in the 80 acre front yard! There is a river 4/10 of a mile away and I'm considering putting one down there as it would be nice to go down, have a fire, cook stakes or warm up beans etc and hot dogs by the river.


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30 in Fire Pit Outdoor with Cooking Grate 2 in 1 Wood Burning Fire Pits Steel Firepit Bowl Outside with Swivel BBQ Grill, Spark Screen, Poker for Backyard Garden Bonfire Patio

$98.99
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Description

  • Great Firepit for BBQ Grill- Overall Size: Dia 30in x 31in H, large fire bowl size: Dia 25in x 11in depth. Designed for dual-purpose use, includes a cooking grid for convenient grilling and a mesh screen for safety. Diamond-shaped mesh holes provide better air circulation for a longer-lasting burning
  • Swivel Cooking Grate - Made of ceramic has the characteristics of harmless,...

★★★★★
$39.99
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Features

  • COOKING POWER: Up to 10,000 total BTUs
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure control for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • PERFECTHEAT DESIGN: More efficient cooking with less fuel
  • 1 ADJUSTABLE BURNER: For precise temperature control; fits an 8 inch pan
  • WIND BAFFLES: Shield burner from wind for maximum heat
  • SPACE SAVER: Burner and base separate from propane bottle for compact storage
  • RUNTIME: Up to 2.5 hours on high on one 16.4 ounce propane cylinder (sold separately)

Description

  • COOKING POWER: Up to 10,000 total BTUs
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure control for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • PERFECTHEAT DESIGN: More efficient cooking with less fuel
  • 1 ADJUSTABLE BURNER: For precise temperature control; fits an 8 inch pan
  • WIND BAFFLES: Shield burner from wind for maximum heat
  • SPACE SAVER: Burner and...

    User reviews

    I mostly use this to boil water when I'm camping......I refill my small tanks. I purchased one about 15 years ago that got swept away in a Gully Flood. Bought this to replace it. Looks the same. Not the same.. Good idea, but has the same poor quality construction I find in most things from Coleman in recent years. The attitude of "let's make it as cheap as possible", found in most "made in China" equipment they produce, leaves me unimpressed. The internals of the valve mechanism are all plastic, feel loose and do not give me a feeling of confidence when I turn the valve off. As always, when not in use, the Tank and Stove must be separated. Why not use a quality valve? I would have paid an extra $15.00 - $25.00 for this product to get better quality. I have simple propane soldering torches that screw to the top of the tanks, with 10 times the quality for about the same money. Coleman wants you to break the valve, then throw away the unit and get another? Sad that so many people here accept poorly engineered products these days and give 5 stars to everything they purchase. Not a happy Camper. I won't buy another. UPDATE...09/22/2016 Found a much better quality product with similar design by MARTIN mfg in Quebec....Bought it.
    works petty well for the money.I found a good carrying case for it.Sterilite Ez carry plastic container9.5x8x6.8. I got it from target but you can get it pretty much anywhere from $4-$5. fits the stove and base by itself perfectly.
    It worked fine for the first year. Then suddenly started leaking gas from the adjuster knob and would burst into flames as you can see from the melted plastic and burn marks in the picture. Bummer.


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AOTU Portable Camping Stoves Backpacking Stove with Piezo Ignition Stable Support Wind-Resistance Camp Stove for Outdoor Camping Hiking Cooking

★★★★★
$12.97
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Features

  • 3. Fire board specifications: 9.5 * 9.5CM (suitable for setting a 20CM diameter basin, suitable for 1~3 people),Compatible with any 7/16 thread single butane/butane-propane mixed fuel canisters (EN 417). does NOT fit into propane canisters.
  • 4. Packing specification: 4x5x8Cm, light and small, easy to carry, with plastic box, easy to store, available anywhere. Go camping with friends, go hiking, fishing, and after swimming, use the hot food on the stove to make the food more delicious. It is healthy and safe after heating, which can better relieve the feeling of fatigue.
  • 5. 100% satisfaction guarantee: The camping stove has a 100% satisfaction guarantee. We are committed to solving any product/service issues and are committed to providing all buyers with a five-star experience. Please rest assured to buy! Click the "Add to cart now button". Consider getting two-one for you and one for your best friend.

Description

  • 1. the burner base is an integrated high-bright aluminum alloy, light weight, high strength; honeycomb high-temperature aluminum alloy windproof net, polyethylene flame increases oxygen circulation, improve combustion utilization. The furnace body is made of refined aluminum alloy, which is resistant to high temperature, rust and radiation. Repeated outdoor use is not a concern for air...

    User reviews

    I took this baby on a 50-mile trek across Oregon. It was the perfect travel stove! Small enough to fit inside my cook-set when I was hiking, easy to assemble, intuitive, and less than 1/4 the cost of the MSR pocket rocket stove. This stove worked just as well and was actually MORE stable, with a 4-prong design rather than MSR’s 3-prongs. 10/10 would purchase again. Highly recommend for other ultralight backpackers.
    For the money, this is absolutely the coolest little camping stove you can buy. It’s also very easy to use. Sticklers will bitch and moan about the quality, and nit pick about the smallest details all over YouTube, but it’s an $8.00 camp stove! For eight bucks, I don’t see how you can do any better than this. It’s small, it packs away very nicely in the case, and it does exactly what it was made to do. It boils water and cooks food. Hands down, this is the best stove dollar for dollar.
    This stove is fantastic. I bought it because the price was so low and didn't even notice that it had an ignition built in, so that was another plus. It is more than stable enough for my little cookware pans and kettle, and boiled 750ml of water in about 6 minutes, (although it was very windy when I tested, so this time may be higher than usual.) This little stove will be a regular fixture, (with fuel), on my longer hikes where I want to stop and make a hot meal where using a twig burning stove, or making a full campfire) is not allowed or inconvenient. I think I'll buy another as a spare as this takes up little room and weighs next to nothing.


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UL2600 PRO Solo Backpacking Single Burner Isobutane Pocket Stove for Camping Lightweight Small Backpack Canister Stoves Portable Gear for Hiking Camp Cooking

★★★★★
$34.99
$29.99
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Description

  • Versatile Cooking Area & No Slip Airfoil Brackets
  • Pocket Sized Backpack Mini Camping Stove 
  • Efficient Fuel Single Burner Annular Design
  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

User reviews

I ordered this to and the SOTO Amicus Stove at the same time, normally they are similarly priced however at the time of my purchase I received a $10 off coupon on this product making this a bit of a better value.Upon arrival I noticed that the hinges that are fastened with rivets were extraordinarily tight after using that little bit they seem to loosen up and I went ahead and screwed it onto my Coleman tank. I noticed immediately that when I screwed it on that it was off-kilter slightly... I thought that maybe the arms themselves had gotten bent and transport so I fiddled around with a bit until I found the real culprit which was actually the brass threaded fitting at the bottom was not pressed all the way. Adding a slope to the entire stove. I tried messing around with it a bit to see if I could press it in myself but no luck. So I contacted Amazon and got a replacement unit sent out it arrived in 1 day (nice). However when I received the second unit the red secondary o-ring was completely bent and not making a proper seal... not entirely necessary and I just flipped the o-ring around and it seemed to have solved the issue not too big of a deal. But with all that being said the quality just wasn't there, every time I received a product there was an issue with it. In the arms themselves are just not designed very well after a couple uses the rivets stiffen up and it makes the arms very hard to fold in they almost feel like they're going to bend.Actual performance of the stove. I set up a test to compare a couple different stove options that I had and I put one bottle of water 16.9 fluid ounces at an ambient temperature of 62°F into a medium size Stanley French press cup. No lid. In a controlled environment indoors I was able to achieve a boil time of about 4 minutes and 21 seconds. However in real world's conditions outdoors with a slight breeze the boil time was much worse. It took 12 minutes and 40 seconds to boil the same 16.9 fluid ounces of water with an ambient temperature of 68°F this time. In comparison the SOTO Amicus Stove in a controlled environment was able to achieve a 3 minute and 26 second boil time and an outdoor conditions at the same time, same breeze I was able to boil the water in about 6 minutes and 40 seconds. So wind is definitely not it strong suit. It will be a problem for this stove.On the plus side the hard shell case that comes with the stove is pretty much one of the best carrying cases I've seen for any of these little pocket stoves. It's what makes the most sense, it's slightly heavier than a cloth sack but much more productive, I feel quite a bit safer throwing the hard shell case in my pack then the normal soft cases that most of these come with.Overall it's a decent stove under normal conditions and I do like the design of it, being black and red the nice silicone handle on the valve. Simmer control seems to be a little bit weak but is still doable. It's a little heavier than the rest but for the price it isn't horrible, however at full price I think you can spend a few extra dollars and get a much better unit from other brands.Ultimately I'll be returning this unfortunately. I'm definitely sad to see the hard shell case go.
This thing is super high quality. Like NASA made it or something. Solid. Love it.It needs an adapter to fit standard propane tanks. But probably is good to get smaller tank for hiking.Smaller than I thought. Fits in the palm of your hand. But that's great for backpacking light weight and less space in pack.Very cool device
I like the compact and zippered carrying case for the stove. I purchased this item because the arms spread wider than my previous lightweight backpacking stove. I’ve found this one to be much more stable when outdoors


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MSR PocketRocket Ultralight Backpacking, Camping, and Travel Stove

★★★★★
$33.71
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Description

  • Ultralight (2.6 oz) and compact (2x2x3 in) folding canister stove for minimalist adventures, backpacking, hiking, trekking, camping, and global travel
  • Boils one liter of water in just 3.5 minutes and flame easily adjusts from a simmer to a rolling boil for gourmet cooking in the outdoors
  • Fueled by high-performance isobutane-propane fuel canister (not included);...

    User reviews

    I am more concerned with fuel burn vs time to boil (which seems the most commonly mentioned statistic of stoves). I did up a little experiment today on how to adjust the valve (flame) for more efficient fuel use. I put my findings on my domain, but am not sure if amazon allows links or not. I'll try anyway: jgp1.com/hikingHere's a cut'n'paste of the webpage I put up, although the formatting will no doubt be less than desirable here...Recently I bought a MSR Pocket Rocket 2 stove, and was curious about the efficiency of fuel used vs time to boil water. So I set up a little experiment, very unscientific. However, as silly as my experiement was, I did glean a little info that I didn't otherwise find on the innernuts souper hi-way. Everyone seems to just post about the time to boil water. Personally, I'm more concerned with how much fuel I burn when I boil water.For the experiments I used:--Jetboil "JetPower" fuel (a barely used 16oz (net weight) can)--1.2L single-wall titanium cook pot, no lid used--16oz of well water, at ~60° (new water with each test)--Indoors, 70°, no wind, etc.--~250' elevationProcess:--Stove, attached to gas cylinder, is weighed multiple times to be as accurate as possible. In both ounces and grams (I used grams for my GpS calculation)--Water is measured and poured into a room temp pot, then placed evenly on the stove's legs.--Stove is lit at the most minimal flame possible.--Stove flame is adjusted and the timer is immediately started.--Digital temp probe is placed into the water, about 1/4" above the base of the pot.--Timer is shut off when the water temperature >= 212°.--Stove and gas cylinder are weighed for the "end weight".--Stove and pot are cooled to room temperature prior to next test.--Stove and gas cylinder are weighed before each new test, although you'll notice the weights remain consistant with previous test conclusions.Psuedoscience:Grams per Second (GpS) is the amount of fuel burned per second to reach 212°1 full turn of the valve. Flame is very high, very loud, and a lot of heat rolling up and away from the outside of the pot.Start weight: 23.10oz / 655gEnd weight: 22.75oz / 645gTime to Boil: 2:19.93 (min:sec)Fuel Consumed: 0.35oz / 10gGrams per Second: 0.0714641/2 turn of the valve. Flame is high, very loud, and a good amount of heat rolling up and away from the outside of the potStart weight: 24.06oz / 682gEnd weight: 23.74oz / 673gTime to Boil: 2:00.38 (min:sec)Fuel Consumed: 0.32oz / 9gGrams per Second: 0.0747631/4 turn of the valve. Flame is medium-high, loud, and not too much heat escaping away from the outside of the pot.Start weight: 23.74oz / 673gEnd weight: 23.42oz / 664gTime to Boil: 2:40.90 (min:sec)Fuel Consumed: 0.32oz / 9gGrams per Second: 0.0559351/8 turn of the valve. Flame is medium-low, "quiet", and very little heat escaping away.Start weight: 23.42oz / 664gEnd weight: 23.10oz / 655gTime to Boil: 9:21.47 (yes, 9+ minutes)Fuel Consumed: 0.32oz / 9gGrams per Second: 0.016029Note: It took FOREVER to get the water to boil, and in fact it did NOT boil. At 210° the water temp stablized (this near the 8.5 minute mark). I had to open the valve, a little at a time, until I was at 1/4 open (stove became louder (torch-like) at this point). Then the water finally hit 212°.My Conclusions:Winner:1/4 turn: the point where the flame starts to "roar", audiably, seems the sweet spot. Enough heat to actually boil water, and the efficiency is much better (0.055935 GpS) than at more opened valve settings (.07+ GpS). The time to boil is well within reason too.1/2 turn: is the sweet spot if you can't spare a few more seconds to get a boil going. Doubting I'll ever use it! (although at altitude things will most likely change)Warmly Regarded, literally1/8 turn: Stove is the most efficient, GpS-wise, at a low flame. Extremely efficient for long duration warming. Won't quite boil water though, but if you have a book to read it'll get close! While I didn't test lower than 1/8th turn, I'm guessing even a tiny warming flame would be extremely efficient, GpS-wise.1 turn: pointless in my opinion, it is slightly more efficient than 1/2 turn, but a TON of heat rolls up outside the pot. I had to put on a kitchen mitt to hold the digital thermometer over the pot. I also needed the kitchen mitt to grab the pot's handles at the end of the test. I don't carry a mitt in my backpack. :pA wider pot might help with the escaping heat. The 1.2L pot I used is the largest that I personally use/have, and is 5" in diameter. However, it's quite possible that a wider pot would change how effective a more opened up valve would be -- especially with all the heat that escaped during my experiment.Finally, I should add that ALL tests used roughly the same amount of fuel to boil the water (about 9-10 grams of fuel). However the efficiency would come more into play when you keep the heat applied after reaching the boiling point. At 1/4 turn, you'd do much better on fuel used over a longer duration. Even better if you turn down the flame once boiling is reached.How many pots of water can I boil with this can of gas?The Fuel Consumed value makes estimating (guesstimating!) how many times you can boil water from a can of fuel pretty simple. Using the Net Weight of the fuel canister, and using "10" Fuel Consumed as the "standard" makes the math easy. For example, my 16oz JetBoil fuel can's Net Weight is 450g. 450/10 = 45.0, so around 45 pots of boiling water. An 8oz MSR canister is 227g, thus 22.7 pots of boiling water.On average, how many minutes will this can of gas run?The average GpS for the MSR is 0.054548. Thus CanisterNetWeight / 0.054548 = seconds450g canister: 450/0.054548 = 8,249.653 sec / 60 = 137.494 min / 60 = 2.292 hours227g canister: 227/0.054548 = 4,161.491 sec / 60 = 69.358 min / 60 = 1.156 hoursNote: this is the run time to achieve boiling pots of waterAnother way to look at it, min/max run time.Least efficient was at 1/2 turn. 450/0.074763 = 6,019.020104 sec / 60 = 100.317 min / 60 = 1.672 hoursMost efficient was at 1/8 turn. 450/0.016029 = 28,074.116 sec / 60 = 467.902 min / 60 = 7.798 hoursSo that can will last somewhere from ~1.5 hours to ~7.75 hours of continuous burning.Note: this is just a "run run run" result. You might be boiling water, you might be slow cooking a pot roast, or you might be heating your tent (eep!) all night long.
    I put this on an 8oz canister of Jetboil fuel, turned it on high and ran it till it ran out. Outside temp was about 50 degrees.It ran for approx. 2 hours wide open! I tested boiling water using an Esbit Stove Aluminum 2.5 cup pot. It boiled a little faster when I first started because running the stove nostop causes the canister to chill down which slows the gas coming out a little. I was boiling the 2.5 cup pot in about 2:36 at the start and a little over 3:00 when the canister was near empty. But let's go with the worse case and say it boils at 3:00 per 2.5 cup pot non stop for 2 hours. That's FORTY 2.5 cup pots of water. Enough to make 40 Mountain House packet meals. That's boiling water for 3 meals a day for 13 days! I have one of the cheap non-name $10 pocket rockets and when you compare them to the MSR PocketRocket 2 the difference in quality is obvious.
    I purchased this stove and I wanted to like it. But it didn't work out. It is very loud, very inefficient in a slight breeze, really really bad in the wind, cheaply made for the premium price. The stove rocks back and forth on the little Philip's head screw. Pot stand is a bad design - not remotely level. All the heat is centered into the pot scorching anything you are trying to heat on the lowest heat setting. Dont believe all the youtube advertising hype like I did, this stove should be sold for $7.99 in my opinion. I ended up selling mine on ebay and taking a loss. Looks like MSR is trying to really profit off of a cheap Chinese stove. MSR has a ZERO return policy on stoves... this should be a clue. Mine started to rust very quickly. I ended up purchasing a Soto Windmaster for $51.96 and it is leaps and bounds ahead of the Pocket Rocket 2.MSR should be ashamed to put there brand on this stove.


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Coleman Gas Camping Grill/Stove | Tabletop Propane 2 in 1 Grill/Stove, 2 Burner

★★★★★
$119.99
$85.39
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Features

  • 2-IN-1 DESIGN: Use grill and stove at the same time; 130 sq. in. grilling area; stove fits a 10 in. pan
  • COOKING POWER: Up to 20,000 total BTUs
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure-control technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • PERFECTHEAT TECHNOLOGY: Offers more efficient cooking with less fuel
  • 2 ADJUSTABLE BURNERS: For precise temperature control

Description

  • 2-IN-1 DESIGN: Use grill and stove at the same time; 130 sq. in. grilling area; stove fits a 10 in. pan
  • COOKING POWER: Up to 20,000 total BTUs
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure-control technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • PERFECTHEAT TECHNOLOGY: Offers more efficient cooking with less fuel
  • 2 ADJUSTABLE BURNERS: For precise...

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    Just like many others here my grill grate also melted during my first camping trip with this stove! All we did was put some ribs on the grill under med heat in tinfoil. I dont know why they made the grate of substandard metal that can not take heat....Its a GRILL that comes in direct contact with flame! I would gladly pay more if it came with a cast iron grate like i thought it did before I bought it.Also control of the heat on both burners was minimal at best. Its on high, or it basically goes off if you try to lower/adjust the flame. I have sent coleman a warranty claim/email. Still waiting to see what they say as I am past the time to be able to return it via amazon. very disappointed so far. I remember when Coleman made a quality product, but I guess this is what we get now. Its too bad.
    Ok, revising my review from 1 star to 2 because Coleman customer service was terrific and replaced this with a new (different) model. I would still strongly encourage anyone to avoid this model. I'm not sure what material the grill is made of but it melts. My original review in brackets below. Thanks[Wow, what total junk! I typically have good experience with Coleman products (we have a tent we like) but we only used this 3 times before it completely melted. It was total junk. Incomprehensibly, the grill seems to have been made out of some type of plastic. See attached pictures.]


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Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner

★★★★★
$68.99
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Features

  • COOKING POWER: Up to 22,000 total BTUs
  • PUSH-BUTTON IGNITION: For matchless lighting
  • 2 ADJUSTABLE BURNERS: For precise temperature control
  • WIND-BLOCKING PANELS: Shield burners from wind and adjust for various pan sizes
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure-control technology for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • EASY TO CLEAN: Chrome-plated grate and rust-resistant aluminum cooktop

Description

  • COOKING POWER: Up to 22,000 total BTUs
  • PUSH-BUTTON IGNITION: For matchless lighting
  • 2 ADJUSTABLE BURNERS: For precise temperature control
  • WIND-BLOCKING PANELS: Shield burners from wind and adjust for various pan sizes
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure-control technology for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • EASY TO CLEAN:...

    User reviews

    This camp stove is close to being good for my purposes, but comes up short in one important area. The burners generate a lot of heat, so if you just want to boil water this stove may workout fine. The biggest problem I have with it is on the other end of the spectrum: simmering. The issues are:> 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.
    Simple, functional design with some build quality issues.Pro: Electrically simple design. Easy to remove grill and easy cleaning. Mostly durable parts, though knobs and ignition stick out when cover closed.Con: Build quality lacking 1) burner top should sit on top of frame but construction had one side under frame and one on top causing warping in body and misfit in closure. I pried the frame out to fix this, which relieved the tension. (See pic) 2) the burners and ignition heads are poorly installed or designed to poor tolerances. One burner is close enough to igniter to cosistently ignite (see pic), the other is at a distance that requires more fuel to ignite (see pic)... not as good on near empty fuel tanks. Havent tried to fix this yet. The burners are also not level (see pic)... though that is a nit, more so when cooking with cast iron.Mods: I bought this because many friends have this and it's a simple work horse. I did some simple upgrades to mine. 1) added cork stickers to feet to prevent sliding (see pic). I might drill out bottoms and use rubber tips in future. 2) added small round neodynium magnets to prevent wind shields from rattling when stowed (see first pic). 3) more importantly, added 3 magnets to the fuel line adapter (see pic). This really helps it from rattling around and banging into the ignition tips (see pic).


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Coleman Gas Stove | Portable Bottletop Propane Camp Stove with Adjustable Burner

★★★★★
$39.99
$32.64
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Features

  • COOKING POWER: Up to 10,000 total BTUs
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure control for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • PERFECTHEAT DESIGN: More efficient cooking with less fuel
  • 1 ADJUSTABLE BURNER: For precise temperature control; fits an 8 inch pan
  • WIND BAFFLES: Shield burner from wind for maximum heat
  • SPACE SAVER: Burner and base separate from propane bottle for compact storage
  • RUNTIME: Up to 2.5 hours on high on one 16.4 ounce propane cylinder (sold separately)

Description

  • COOKING POWER: Up to 10,000 total BTUs
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure control for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • PERFECTHEAT DESIGN: More efficient cooking with less fuel
  • 1 ADJUSTABLE BURNER: For precise temperature control; fits an 8 inch pan
  • WIND BAFFLES: Shield burner from wind for maximum heat
  • SPACE SAVER: Burner and...

    User reviews

    I mostly use this to boil water when I'm camping......I refill my small tanks. I purchased one about 15 years ago that got swept away in a Gully Flood. Bought this to replace it. Looks the same. Not the same.. Good idea, but has the same poor quality construction I find in most things from Coleman in recent years. The attitude of "let's make it as cheap as possible", found in most "made in China" equipment they produce, leaves me unimpressed. The internals of the valve mechanism are all plastic, feel loose and do not give me a feeling of confidence when I turn the valve off. As always, when not in use, the Tank and Stove must be separated. Why not use a quality valve? I would have paid an extra $15.00 - $25.00 for this product to get better quality. I have simple propane soldering torches that screw to the top of the tanks, with 10 times the quality for about the same money. Coleman wants you to break the valve, then throw away the unit and get another? Sad that so many people here accept poorly engineered products these days and give 5 stars to everything they purchase. Not a happy Camper. I won't buy another. UPDATE...09/22/2016 Found a much better quality product with similar design by MARTIN mfg in Quebec....Bought it.
    works petty well for the money.I found a good carrying case for it.Sterilite Ez carry plastic container9.5x8x6.8. I got it from target but you can get it pretty much anywhere from $4-$5. fits the stove and base by itself perfectly.


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