*Coleman 3000003655 Stove Df 2 Burner Pwrhse

April 12, 2019 - Comment

With fuel-efficient burners and a wind-blocking design, the Coleman Guide Series Powerhouse Dual-Fuel Camping Stove performs reliably on any outdoor adventure from summer cookouts to winter hunting trips. This portable stove comes equipped with 2 independently adjustable Band-a-Blu burners that deliver up to 17,000 total BTUs of reliable cooking power. Dual-Fuel technology gives you the

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With fuel-efficient burners and a wind-blocking design, the Coleman Guide Series Powerhouse Dual-Fuel Camping Stove performs reliably on any outdoor adventure from summer cookouts to winter hunting trips. This portable stove comes equipped with 2 independently adjustable Band-a-Blu burners that deliver up to 17,000 total BTUs of reliable cooking power. Dual-Fuel technology gives you the option of using either Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline (both sold separately). Adjustable WindBlock panels shield the flame from winds while giving you the stovetop space to use a 12-inch pan and 10-inch pan at the same time. The durable chrome-plated grate is removable for easy cleaning.Whether you’re staying in a cabin, tent, or under the stars, the Coleman 414-700 Two-burner Dual-fuel Powerhouse Deluxe Stove will enhance any camping adventure. Equipped with one 13,500 BTU burner and one 11,000 BTU burner you can whip up a meal in minutes. The Coleman stove operates with 3.5 pints of clean-burning Coleman Fuel or unleaded gas. You get 2.3 hours of burn time on the high setting or 8.5 hours on the low setting. This stove can boil a quart of water in 3.5 minutes. All this in an amazingly small package of 17-inches by 24-inches by eight-inches when closed for easy packing.

Specifications: 17,000 combined BTU Powered by 3.5 pints of clean-burning Coleman® Fuel or unleaded gas Adjustable cooking power Boil a quart of water in less than 4 minutes Heavy-duty nickel chrome grate 2.3 hours burn time on high, 8.5 hours on low Constructed of durable textured steel Measures 17″ long x 24″ wide x 8″ tall (closed)

About Coleman
The Coleman Company has been creating and innovating products for recreational outdoor use since W.C. Coleman started selling gasoline-powered lanterns in 1900. Inventor of the hugely popular fold-up camp stove, Coleman developed a plastic liner for his galvanized steel coolers in 1957–the birth of the modern cooler–and the company has been improving their utility and design ever since. The array of products that bear the Coleman name now includes just about everything you might need to work or play outdoors, from tents and sleeping bags to boats, backpacks, and furniture.

Product Features

  • Portable camping stove built for reliable outdoor performance
  • 2 adjustable Band-a-Blu burners deliver up to 17,000 total BTUs of cooking power
  • Dual-Fuel technology accepts either Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gas (both sold separately)
  • Adjustable WindBlock panels offer wind protection and space for 12- and 10-inch pans
  • Durable chrome-plated grate makes cleaning easy

Comments

Anonymous says:

Beware of Coleman Customer Service. Coleman as a company has dropped their product quality and their standard of customer care. My husband has used these stoves for 40 years and knows how to operate them. This one would not shut off. It would run for half an hour after turning it off. The next day, he could see where fuel had leaked. Warranty claims are designed to be prohibitive, and you have to be tech savvy in order to submit a claim. Can you believe they ask you to “attach a photo of today’s date”?I…

Anonymous says:

Good design, decent performance. Would buy again. I’ve used this for a few “car camping” trips at this point, as well as giving it a couple of trial runs at home. Although I am happy with the stove overall, it is definitely not for the faint of heart. I’ll lay out my few criticisms here:First and foremost, no matter how much or how little I pump, I find it difficult to regulate the flame so that it is the desired “blue jet” with no yellow. I understand there are many factors in play here; fuel temp and pressure…

Anonymous says:

Not as well made, but still king in my opinion My old Coleman stove disappeared on a search and rescue mission a long time ago. It was definitely a better stove than this, but this one is still good enough to rate five star for me. If you have an older stove, treasure it. If not, these new stoves are still made in the same style, if not quite the same quality.I just gave it its first usage out in the wilderness. I cooked bacon, eggs, and hash browns while car camping far from civilization. I only needed to fire up one…

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