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Coleman PowerPack 1-Burner Stove

Coleman PowerPack 1-Burner Stove

Description

The Coleman PowerPack 1-Burner Stove features a lightweight, low-profile design and is compact and easy to store.

Features

  • Built-In, Sturdy Pot Supporters
  • Portable Propane Powered Uses Standard 16.4 oz Propane Cylinder
  • 7,500 BTU Burner Adjusts From High To Low For Optimal Cooking Performance
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Serve up hot breakfasts and dinners on the trail when you pack the Coleman® PowerPack™ Stove. This 1-burner cooking tool is designed with a large 12". burner bowl with a unique pot support system that distributes heat evenly while reducing cooking time. The fully-adjustable heat goes from simmer to full boil with up to 7,500 BTU of power. Once it starts to heat up, Perfectheat™ Technology gets the temperatures just right and the PerfectFlow™ Pressure Control System keeps the heat steady-even in cold weather, high altitudes and when fuel is low. One 16.4-oz. (494 g) cylinder of Coleman® Propane will last up to 3 hours on high or 9 hours on low.

Features:

  • PerfectFlow™ Propane Pressure Control System for constant and optimal performance at any brightness setting
  • Dimensions: 13.38 in. X 12.5 in. X 4 in. (34 cm x 31.75 cm x 10.16 cm)
  • Made in China
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