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Coleman PerfectFlow InstaStart Fold N Go 2-Burner Stove

Coleman PerfectFlow InstaStart Fold N Go 2-Burner Stove

Description

The Coleman PerfectFlow InstaStart Fold N Go 2-Burner Stove allows you to cook breakfast, lunch, and dinner on a stove that folds up smaller than a briefcase.

Features

  • Side-By-Side Burners Allow Two Meals To Be Made At Once
  • Two Fully-Adjustable, Independently Controlled, 10,000-BTU High Performance Burners
  • Large Cooking Area For Space To Work Comfortably
List Price
$119.99
Your Price
$96.63
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The full-size cooking surface gives you more than a foot of space on each side to prepare different dishes. You don't even need a match to light this compact campsite kitchen. Just push a button to ignite the InstaStart System. Once it starts to heat up, Perfectheat Technology gets the temperatures just right and the PerfectFlow Pressure Control System keeps the heat steady on each of the high-performance 10,000-BTU burners. When you're done, the copper-nickel-chrome-plated grates make cleaning quick and easy.

Features:

  • Fold N Go design is portable, extremely lightweight
  • Easy-to-use, easy-to-clean setup makes outdoor cooking simple and quick
  • Removable heavy-duty copper-nickel-chrome grates for easy cleaning
  • InstaStart Push-Button Ignition for matchless lighting
  • PerfectFlow System for consistent fuel, no matter the conditions
  • Perfect for camping, tailgating, hunting and emergency outdoor cooking
  • Made in China
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$96.63
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