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Coleman PerfectFlow 1-Burner Propane Stove

Coleman PerfectFlow 1-Burner Propane Stove

Description

The Coleman PerfectFlow 1-Burner Propane Stove features a 10,000 BTU burner that adjusts from low to high for full control when you cook in the outdoors.

Features

  • Adjustable Burner Gives You Precise Temperature Control
  • Fits An 8" Pan
  • Burner And Base Separate From Propane Bottle For Compact, Easy Carrying
List Price
$39.99
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$30.51
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Details

The Stove's 8" bowl, pot-support system and wide base give you the stability you need. Coleman's PerfectFlow pressure-control system and PerfectHeat technology make this stove fuel-efficient and reliable, even in cold weather, at high altitudes or when fuel is low.

Features:

  • PerfectFlow technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • PerfectHeat technology for more efficient cooking with less fuel
  • Wind baffles help protect your burner from wind for maximum heat
  • Large stable base makes stirring easy
  • Lasts up to 2.5 hours on high on one 16.4-oz propane cylinder (sold separately)
  • Perfect for backpacking, hunting, camping and other outdoor occasions
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • Integrated Wind Baffles on Pan Support
  • Includes: Propane Bottle Base for Added Stability
  • CSA-Certified
  • Output: 10,000 Btu's
  • Cooking Space: Supports up to One 8 In. Pan
  • Ignition: Match Light Traditional Flame Assisted Ignition
  • Fuel Type: 16.4 Oz Propane Cylinder
  • Runtime: up to 2 Hours on High
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