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Coleman 2 Burner Dual Fuel Standard Stove

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    Cook for the whole family or crew.

    Prepare delicacies for your family or your group of friends on car-camping trips with the Coleman Dual Fuel 2-Burner Standard Stove. Two burners accommodate two 10-inch pots without a problem, and the 2.5-pint fuel tank provides up to two hours of run time for your cooking convenience (fuel tank can be filled with Coleman liquid fuel or unleaded gasoline). Side wind guards make sure the food gets cooked even in bad weather, and the removable grate makes for a simple cleanup. 

    • Two burners accommodate two 10-inch pots
    • 2.5-pint fuel tank
    • Uses Coleman liquid fuel or unleaded gasoline (fuel sold separately)
    • Removable cooking grate
    • Item #CMN001T

    Tech Specs

    Fuel Type
    Coleman liquid fuel, unleaded gasoline
    Boil Time
    4 min
    Burn Time
    2 hour
    Heat Output
    1 x 7500 BTU, 1 x 6500 BTU
    Includes
    removable cleaning grate
    Fuel Bottle/Canister Included
    yes, 2.5-pint capacity
    Dimensions
    20 x 13 x 6.6 in
    Claimed Weight
    11 lb
    Recommended Use
    camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Like your dad's...only more versatile

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Jetboil, whisperlite, alcohol can stove, primus...I've got or had them all and they are great for their intended purpose. But I found myself and my little family doing more and more car camping trips in between ultralight excursions. Enter the venerable coleman 2-burner... Runs best/cleanest on white gas but will burn gasoline in a pinch. We used mine to feed 6 of us on a remote alaskan river float morning, noon (not always lunch) and night for 10 days. Never missed a beat. I'm deducting a star because I don't think this is quite as bombproof as the dual burner my dad had (guts are fine but I think the metal case is lighter and is getting dinged up from use, storage and transport). Regardless, I expect to get many years of use from this. Cheap to operate on readily available white gas. Not worries about running out of fuel mid-cook like with a propane/butane canister as you can easily top it off if you suspect you need it. Enough room below the grate to store the fuel tank, some utensils and a bbq lighter and some rags or paper towels (to stop them all from rattling incessantly). Get one.