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Coleman Even-Temp Propane Stove - 3-Burner

Coleman Even-Temp Propane Stove - 3-Burner
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Even-Temp™ Propane Stove - 3-Burner

The Coleman 3-Burner Propane Stove is a smart choice to bring along on a camping trip. This Coleman Propane Stove features an aluminized steel cooktop with two 11,500 BTU burners and a single 5,000 BTU burner. Its battery electronic ignition makes the Coleman Propane Stove easy to light because it does not require matches. The Coleman 3-Burner stove offers a high-pressure regulator that provides a constant output of propane regardless of the weather conditions. This unit offers fully adjustable cooking power on the two outside burners. The propane stove's nickel chrome-plated grate is also removable for easy cleaning. The Coleman 3-Burner Stove comes equipped with a limited manufacturer's warranty.

*Matching carry case is sold separately.

Features:
  • Nickel chrome-plated removable grate
  • Easy cleaning
  • High-pressure regulator
  • Single 5,000 BTU burner
  • Two 11,500 BTU burners
  • Aluminized steel cooktop
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$138.45
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