Rated 5 out of 5áby Deihow Just what I wanted
even though I had to send the item back.It wasnt what my husband wanted! So I ordered a Grill for him and both items made it here in no time. Service great and quality is great too!
December 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby MadScientistDave As well-made as they ever were, same gage of steel
What can one say about a classic American product that burns a much more economical fuel than propane? Coleman has been making "white gas" (Coleman fuel) products for cooking, lighting and heating since the early 1900s. I have several of these stoves and the metal is just as thick as it ever was, and the overall quality has not changed.
Get yourself a gallon or two of Coleman fuel and introduce yourself to the clean-burning power of white gas (pure gasoline with NO additives, odor or colorants). The wind shields on these are great at a windy campsite, and when it's packed up you can carry it like a suitcase. The flames can be separately controlled from a full blast to a gentle simmer.
August 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby oldcyclecamper Coleman Duel Fuel two burner stove
As my Coleman duel fuel stove still carries a made in USA label on it I am not sure if I am talking about the same stove. However, that being said I purchased the stove a few years ago, so these could still be US built. Yes, the sheet metal is light gauge, but, it is supposed to be portable! As with any white gas stove, getting a good vapor mist to the burners is critical to correct operation. Many campers are heavy handed on the pump, do not insert the supply side into the venturi correctly, or the outside temperature is to low for the liquid fuel to mist. When any or all of these functions are addressed correctly these stoves are the BEST for camp cooking!
Coleman patented this design decades ago, and one can simmer or boil at will with this stove. Do not use cheap gas, I always use Coleman fuel or premium gas, and I never have problems with my stove. Replacement parts are available if and when one ever needs them. Cheaper fuel cost, greater cooking range, readily available small parts, and a history of service. Take care of your new stove and use it like you want it to last. The last one I had lasted over twenty years until someone took it, bummer!
November 7, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5áby LLshopper999 Coleman isn't what it used to be
Piece of junk compared to older models. Sheet metal is a thin as a beer can and dents just as easily. Tank and hookup feel just as flimsy
October 2, 2012