Coleman Peak1 Micro Butane Stove

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Coleman Peak1 Micro Butane Stove

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Cook your favorite dishes even while camping with the Coleman Peak1 Micro Butane Stove. The stove works on butane/propane cartridges that are widely available. It provides high heat output and requires no priming. You can easily adjust the heat flow from simmer to high with adjustable heat settings. The camping butane stove is easily portable and its foldable serrated pan supports help stop pans from slipping. Make your family outings or adventure trips all the more fun with this portable butane stove.

Coleman Peak1 Micro Butane Stove:
  • Adjustable heat settings, from simmer to high
  • Serrated pan supports fold away for compact storage
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    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 2000001833
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.35
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 4.5 x 3.75 x 2.25
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 000931981

    Customer Product Reviews

    Rated 4.6 out of 5★ by 30reviewers.
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Better Than Average Product I purchased this stove because it seemed to be fairly compact to fit in my emergency supply bag. As I took it out of the box to set it up, I was impressed how compact it really was and how sturdy my pot sat on the retractable "arms." As with another coleman stove I had purchased in the past, I was not impressed with the valve settings from simmer to full-blast, however this little stove has a solid turning knob with no "play," meaning that it does what you want it to do. I timed it to see how long it would take to boil 2 cups of water (for my freeze-dried food packages) - and it was about 2 min. 50 sec. with a full-blown rapid boil at right over 3 minutes.Great backpacking or emergency stove.....and you can't beat canister stoves from start-up to finish (no priming, pumping, or warming up liquid gas). 06/12/2008
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by cost effective and tough I have been backpacking for a number of years and this has been my stove of choice. It has traveled in extreme conditions and never once fail to perform exceptionally, -10 and 110 degrees alike, all over the eastern US, and alot of the AT. It cost a little more than diy stoves and a lot less than msr or jet boil. However it performs just as well. There is a bit more weight to this stove, but don't let that discourage you. I have been able to stretch a tank of fuel over multiple weekend and week long excursions, boiling water for multiple people. That defiantly justifies weight to cost for me. I have only ever owned two tanks of fuel for this stove and am about to get on my third. This is my 5th year of ownership. Every time I get ready to upgrade, I remember how much this stove cost and how well it performs. Rolling boil at 6min in 10 degree weather. 2 min 50 sec in 70 degree. Thats pretty amazing for $25 stove, plus you can always get cheap, long lasting fuel from Walmart, which are very numerous. It also simmers pasta and rice very well, and does pancakes in the one egg wonder pan to perfection. I would recommend this to anyone that is starting backpacking or is seasoned. If you are an ultralight, this might not be your stove, but for the money, durably, performance, I have found no other stove, including diy alcohol stoves, that present the value, cooking control, and reliability of this stove 02/14/2011
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Works on the AT I chose this product over lighter models because of cost v/s weight. It was a quarter of the price for a little more than double the weight. Took the stove on an AT weekend trek. It is pretty efficient. The small butane/propane canister that I packed was enough to cook 2 meals a day for three people with some fuel left over. The stove is compact enough to fit in you back pocket and can boil water in no time. GREAT FOR SCOUTING TRIPS. Made to be durable and take a beating. I plan to purchase a couple more for my boys. 08/29/2009
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Great for scouting! Bought this for a boy scout backpacking trip - I found it to be lightweight, durable and quite efficient at cooking. This stove was dropped by one of the boys, it fell about 15 or 20 feet on to rock, and lived to tell the tale.It cooked dinner, late night snack, breakfast and was none the worse for wear.I will be buying several more of these for my family, as well as reccomending them to the rest of the troop.A solid value all the way around. 09/30/2008
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Light and stowable I used this small stove for the first time in very cold weather at about 7500 feet along with the Coleman Anodized Cookset (25 bucks for two pots/two pans in mesh bag). Lighting the unit was easy and it stayed burning in windy 10-15 mph winds with no trouble. I heated 3 pints of water to a boil in three 1 pint batches. It took about 5 or 6 minutes for each because the water and pot were very cold to start with. I used a 100g fuel can and burned a total of 30g (yes I weighed before and after). The burner folds up and fits well in the larger of the two cook sets. A 230g fuel can fits inside too. If you use the smaller pair of the pot pan set, two 100 gram fuel cans fit inside, but not the burner.Overall, I am very happy with the construction and effectiveness of the burner. Users can control the burn rate easily for keeping liquids hot and conserving fuel. A good purchase. 02/24/2011
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Tough little pocket rocket I bought this for my 12 year old son who is a Boy Scout. It is a little heavier than most others but is tough and functional. He has used it several times now and he is not exactly gentle (as any father of a 12 YO boy knows!) with his gear. It is easy to use and light, although he said it is not the best in the wind but if you can block the wind a bit it is great. It sips the fuel and he was able to stretch a single canister for 2 trips of three days each. 12/02/2009
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by BEST MINI STOVE This stove is just like the MSR or other expensive brands and works just as well!!! It is slightly heavier (like few ounces) but who cares about that unless you're extreme.Buy it! 08/06/2010
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Great stove at a fantastic price I am more than satisfied with my Coleman Peak1/Max Micro Butane Stove. I have other stoves for camping, including two of the Coleman 2 burner 425 series stoves that work great too, as well as an MSR XGK Expedition stove. The problem with the old Coleman 2 burner stoves is that they're way too big and heavy for backpacking, but the best thing for car camping. The MSR is incredible for being able to burn multiple fuel types, producing incredible heat, and being field serviceable, but it is not a stove to use around young campers or those who aren't familiar with pressurized liquid fuel stoves. The Peak1 Micro is small and produces fast high heat, like the MSR, but the Peak1 can be turned down to a simmer much easier, and takes almost no training to learn to use safely. It's also less than half the price of the other stoves, which is a big plus in this economy. The fuel canisters are easily found at my Walmart store, but I can also use the MSR and Jet Boil canisters found at REI, Dick's and other sporting goods stores too, so it's easy to keep a couple cans on hand. Unlike liquid fuels, like unleaded gas, this Butane fuel can be stored for very long periods without going bad. This last point is a big plus when you live in an area of the country that gets hit by natural disasters like hurricanes from time to time and you don't know when the power will be restored. This stove makes fantastic coffee with a camp/stovetop percolator, which is particularly nice when there's a storm blowing and the power is out.This stove is not replacing my other stoves, it's just a very nice addition to my collection that will be easy to use backpacking with my sons, and I won't be afraid to let them learn to cook on the trail with it. 03/01/2012
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