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Coleman 1 Burner Propane Stove

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    It's chili time.

    You never know when you're going to get a hankering for a hot bowl of chili, so be ready to heat up a bowl or two wherever you damn well please with the Coleman 1 Burner Propane Stove. The compact design makes it easy to bring along on any camping or backpacking trip, and it has a burn time of 2.5 hours, so you can cook that chili nice and slow. 
    • Adjustable burner
    • PerfectFlow technology
    • Eight-inch cooking surface
    • Item #CMN001O

    Tech Specs

    Fuel Type
    propane
    Burn Time
    2.5 hour
    Heat Output
    10000 BTU
    Recommended Use
    camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 year limited

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    Klister pot to coffee pot

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I initially purchased this to heat up a klister pot for my Nordic team for late season wet slushy classic skiing but now bring it on camping trips to heat up coffee water while your 3 burner is cooking breakfast. Easy to use and provides lots of BTUs. Packs small too.

    Whats the weight of this stove and what size gas are they basing 2.5 hour burn time on? Can this stove simmer well?

    Hi Rick,



    This stove weights 2.2oz and the 2.5 hour burn time is based on a Coleman 16.4oz propane container. As for the simmering, this stove has a wide range of adjustability so simmering on some level is going to be an option. That being said, most backpacking stoves are not great for simmering.



    If you have any other questions, let me know.



    Thanks,