I spent quite a bit of time in the forest near my home and this little jewel is perfect for my outings. I fuel up with unleaded gasoline and off I go. Setup is worry free, a little bit of pumping, open the valve and light it with a ferro rod striker. It generates plenty of heat for quickly boiling water or to cook a full meal. The adjustment valve is responsive and consistent.
Coleman Guide Series Compact Dual Fuel Stove
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Arrives by Mon, Mar 2
Ships to San Leandro, 1919 Davis St
About This Item
- Dual Fuel design conveniently burns Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline
- 1 gallon of Coleman Liquid Fuel lasts as long as 4.5 cylinders of propane
- Band-a-Blu burner for reliable cooking power
- All Season Strong technology provides reliable operation in all weather conditions
- 10,000 total BTUs of cooking power
- Fits a 6" pan
- Wind baffles help protect your burner from wind for maximum heat
- Lasts up to 2 hours on high on 1.1 pints of Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline (both sold separately)
- Perfect for backpacking, camping hunting and other outdoor occasions and other outdoor occasions
- Filtering funnel included
- 5-year limited warranty
proposition 65 reasons: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.
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
One 10,500 BTU burner
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14.25 x 7.88 x 7.13 Inches
Can't ask for any better.
I am a camping/backpacking enthusiast, have been for over 40 years. So when it comes to cooking in the backwoods I can give you very sound advise. There are many ways one can cook in the backwoods. You can use alcohol, canister, or white gas stoves. One can also cook over a camp fire. All of these methods have their merits and downfalls. Without going into detail I have the ability to use all of these methods and the equipment to do it. I like to use white gas because it WORKS in any conditions. High altitude, or cold weather. That is why I have purchased the Coleman Stove here. This will be my second one. The first one lasted me 36 years. A tried and true product that will last for years and work in any condition. The stove is built like a tank with all metal parts. I have never had any problems using this stove, and with a little maintenance will continue to work flawlessly. If you are looking for a great and portable base camp stove, or for an emergency back up stove for home use, look no further. This is the real deal.
This stove is a MUST for campers
This stove is so reliable, and so efficient. No other small stove compares with it. When you compaire complete systems, pound for pound, inch for inch, this is the most weight, size, and energy efficient stove available. The Coleman single burner stoves take a lot of abuse and still work. You need a stove to be reliable under all conditions; wet, cold, differing altitudes, etc. This stove proves to be reliable over the decades. Although this stove is dual fuel, I recommend using Coleman fuel because automotive fuel is not as clean and eventually clogs the generator and piping. If you stick with Coleman fuel, the stove will work literally trouble-free for decades.
Replacement for old Peak 1
I have had a Peak One for maybe 40 years. It has seen a lot of use and served me very well. Never failed me, but was getting glitchy, so I replaced it with this model which is very similar, but a little simper and is dual fuel. I have only tried it out at home, but it seems to work great. Looking forward to another 40 years of use!
Most popular camping stove for Backpaking.
At the Centro Excursionista Loyola in Venezuela we have purchased 20 of these units to be used by the students in their weekly backpacking trip to the El Avila National Park. These Coleman stoves have proven to withstand the stress of being hauled and used by teenagers.
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