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Coleman Camp Bistro 1-Burner Butane Camp Stove

Walmart # 551743146

Coleman Camp Bistro 1-Burner Butane Camp Stove

Walmart # 551743146
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Easily serve up a hot meal in the outdoors with the Bistro Coleman Butane Stove. The lightweight, compact design and included carry case make it easy to take on your next camping trip or picnic, but don't let the size fool you. This 1-burner stove packs 7,650 BTUs of cooking power into its durable steel case, which along with the automatic ignition and variable temperature control, means you can cook all your favorite meals. After you're done eating, the enameled surface makes for quick and easy cleaning so you can enjoy more time outdoors.

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Easily serve up a hot meal in the outdoors with the Bistro Coleman Butane Stove. The lightweight, compact design and included carry case make it easy to take on your next camping trip or picnic, but don't let the size fool you. This 1-burner stove packs 7,650 BTUs of cooking power into its durable steel case, which along with the automatic ignition and variable temperature control, means you can cook all your favorite meals. After you're done eating, the enameled surface makes for quick and easy cleaning so you can enjoy more time outdoors. Coleman Camp Bistro 1-Burner Butane:
  • 7,650 BTU adjustable burner for optimal cooking performance
  • Coleman camping stove has automatic ignition, no matches necessary
  • Durable enameled steel case stands up to outdoor use
  • Porcelain enameled cooking surface for easy cleaning
  • Lightweight, compact design on Coleman camping stove for easy storage and transport
  • Large stable base and wind shield for easy cooking
  • Bistro Coleman Butane Stove includes hard carry case
  • Lasts up to 1 hour and 15 minutes on a disposable 8.8 oz butane cylinder (sold separately)

Warning:

This product contains lead and other chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm. Do not place your hands in your mouth after handling the product. Wash your hands after touching this product. www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Specifications

Brand
Coleman
Manufacturer Part Number
2000017098
Assembled Product Weight
4.8 lbs
Model
2000020958
Condition
New
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
11.70 x 4.50 x 14.00 Inches
Customer Reviews
4.1
76 reviews
5 stars
52
4 stars
7
3 stars
3
2 stars
3
1 star
11
Top Positive Review
22 customers found this helpful
Great little stove
Video review in action: http://youtu.be/y3D0_mWbLBA 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 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.
Top Negative Review
11 customers found this helpful
Locking Leaver does not work.
I purchased this online and tested the Coleman Bistro Burner and found out that the lock leaver does not lock on down position. If it does not lock down you can not use it and if you keep trying to lock it down all you do is waste the butane gas by releasing the butane gas when trying lock it by opening and closing the butane canister. I returned it thinking that the problem was just this unit but the replacement unit had the same problem with the locking leaver also had to return to store. This product has a defect on the locking leaver that make it useless to work. Other than the issue that it does not lock and can not cook, its a great looking unit, light, compact, come with carrying case and the low price. I notice that other reviews have had the same problem. Why has the manufacture not notice this problem.
Top Positive Review
22 customers found this helpful
Great little stove
Video review in action: http://youtu.be/y3D0_mWbLBA 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 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.
Top Negative Review
11 customers found this helpful
Locking Leaver does not work.
I purchased this online and tested the Coleman Bistro Burner and found out that the lock leaver does not lock on down position. If it does not lock down you can not use it and if you keep trying to lock it down all you do is waste the butane gas by releasing the butane gas when trying lock it by opening and closing the butane canister. I returned it thinking that the problem was just this unit but the replacement unit had the same problem with the locking leaver also had to return to store. This product has a defect on the locking leaver that make it useless to work. Other than the issue that it does not lock and can not cook, its a great looking unit, light, compact, come with carrying case and the low price. I notice that other reviews have had the same problem. Why has the manufacture not notice this problem.
1-5 of 76 reviews

Great little stove

Video review in action: http://youtu.be/y3D0_mWbLBA 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 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.

This is a great stable one burner stove.

The butane stove is solidly built for a butane stove no fear of your it falling over when cooking because it is larger than those little backpack ones that I have and for $18.00 it is a great deal, so do not think your getting a $50.00 stove here. The butane fuel runs about $2.97 a can at Walmarts and last about an hour. I just really like how stable it is and does not take up much room. The burner has a windshield also. It just works without any hassle for camping or a power outage.... Read the manual for the first time and you will be set. If I am not mistaken butane fuel runs hotter than propane but does not do as well in the cold and at high altitude as propane. You can use a 8 /10 inch pans, I use my camping pans they are thinner. It has a cheap thin plastic carrying case also but it does keep it dry and clean, do not be surprised if it is cracked I had to use some black Gorilla tape on the inside of the case, it does make a nice dust cover... Thanks for taking the time to read my review and be safe. Campjeep

good buy

It is larger than I expected. That said, it is not too large. I had to wait to buy the butane canisters to try it out. Very simple to figure out even without reading the instructions. IT loaded easily, and fired up first time. It is a good thing to have around if you have frequent power failures, need back up, or want to be prepared. It is light and handy and can easily be carried in your vehicle for long trips. I would recommend it.

Come on, Baby, Light My Fire!

This stove runs like a champ on a canister of butane about the size of a can of hair spray. It comes in a plastic case with two plastic latches. The case secures the stove well. Just make sure the lock mechanism is unlocked, open the side of the stove where the butane cartridge goes, put in the can of butane with the slot up so as to engage the small flip-down latch, close the door, push the lock down into the locked position, turn the flame control know counterclockwise until the piezo lighter ignites the flame, adjust the flame, and you're cookin'. It's a nice stove.

Great stove for price.

This stove out performed my expectations. It made my coffee and breakfast on my boat with less than a half a can of fuel. The case is a little flimsy and the stove not much to look at but the performance, WOW! I just wonder why Walmart doesn't sell the fuel. I had to go to a Big 5 store and buy some. This stove now is part of my boat gear.

Customer Q&A

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1-3 of 11 questions
by okayJune 9, 2014


Last answer: June 16, 2014
1. Walmart. They are right next to them in the store too. $2.97 each at mine.
by heathernicolehnc
2. At Walmart and other retailers.
by NerfRocks
3. Its now 8oz instead of 8.8oz.
by NerfRocks
4. I know this sounds crazy but I've seen them at some Liquor stores in mid to poorer areas of town. $1.99 a can too.
by Shopper125464
5. I got my first can from the same shelf the stove was sitting on in the Walmart I bought it. If you are desperate they can be bought in a TA or Petro truckstop. Much more expensive. They brand under Max Burton. Try different Walmarts.
by izifaddag
6. We buy these right at Walmart for about 2.99 . They last quite awhile too .
by gizmo1marcie
7. Big 5
by keonimana
8. We found them right in the camping isle at Walmart. They are hard to find online for some odd reason.
by ColemanButaneLover
9. Bass Pro Shop
by SAcook
10. go to Asian grocery store.
by ChicagoShop4less
10 Answers
Last answer: June 16, 2014

by jackMay 9, 2014


Last answer: December 8, 2015
1. Yes
by Waterfowlman
2. No. no fuel units should be used indoors. They all take up air.
by heathernicolehnc
3. No, package says outdoors only. Also if you reed the butane can, it says can make carbon monoxide and is invisible and has no smell. So you should not use in a tent, camper or other enclosed area.
by NerfRocks
4. if well ventilated; never try to use inside tent. Inside house best choice would be to use in fireplace.
by 6666666666666ff
5. I use it in my truck. Big truck.
by izifaddag
6. Yes it can, I would strongly recommend a very well ventilated area. More importantly always use precaution with possibility of a fire hazard.
by TheePlanB
7. Yes, with ventilation. Don't leave it alone while it's on.
by TSiri
8. Yes, you can use it in-doors. We used it in a camping cabin (or should I say jacked-up tool shed!)
by ColemanButaneLover
8 Answers
Last answer: December 8, 2015

by coreeMay 15, 2014


Last answer: June 16, 2014
1. No. When you put the cylinder in there is a specific size space for it. and when you lock it in, it does it for you. It wouldnt be held in if you used a smaller cylinder.
by heathernicolehnc
2. Yes, as long as it has the right nozzle and isn't to big. Walmart sells an 8oz can.
by NerfRocks
3. No, because it sits inside a receptacle on the side.
by izifaddag
4. This unit is constructed to hold an 8 oz can of butane in place perfectly. In my experience on the 8 oz. can will work. I got my butane cans from Wal-mart for $3. See the link for an example of the can of butane: http://www.campingstation.com/coleman-butane-fuel.html?gclid=CPnd6-7st74CFahaMgodd1oAUg
by Qxxxxx
5. no
by TSiri
5 Answers
Last answer: June 16, 2014

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