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Wenzel Great Basin Tent - 9 Person

Coleman High Stand

September 26, 2015 - Comment

High Stand Product Features Lightweight, compact steel frame supports most Coleman® stoves and coolers Use it as a trash receptacle with a 40-gallon plastic bag Adjusts to 20.25 in. x 18.75 in. x 28 in. to support heavy grills and water jugs Holds up to 100 lbs. of evenly-distributed weight 1-year limited

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High Stand

Product Features

  • Lightweight, compact steel frame supports most Coleman® stoves and coolers
  • Use it as a trash receptacle with a 40-gallon plastic bag
  • Adjusts to 20.25 in. x 18.75 in. x 28 in. to support heavy grills and water jugs
  • Holds up to 100 lbs. of evenly-distributed weight
  • 1-year limited warranty
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Comments

Gordon M. Wagner says:

Excellent lightweight support for Coleman camp stoves This telescopes out and two long hinges flip over and lock in place. It weighs next to nothing. It’s quite useful, it’s no fun to cook on the ground. I never had any issue with this stand not supporting my camp stove. There’s no way it will collapse. Just use common sense and it will do what it’s designed to do.

John Horner says:

Buy a $5 thin board for a table top After reading the reviews about the stove falling through, I bought anyway but I ran out to the local hardware store and bought a sheet of cheapo compressed board for $5. Cut it to match the stand with a little overhang and then I cut it in half, re-taped with duct tape (so now it folds in half). It fits fine in with the stove itself in the Coleman stove leather bag. Used it this last weekend and it worked great, extended to max, shoved a few stakes in the feet and put the board on top and the…

Flo Smith says:

We won’t go camping without it! We own two of these stove stands, and we are considering a third as an addition, not a replacement. We purchased the stands 8 to 10 years ago, and have used them several times each year. They are none the worse for wear. We put our 2-burner camp stove on one stand and the ice chest on a second one. Based on the design of our current stove, we must carefully gauge the proper width of the stand for the stove, but once it is set up, it is perfect. The feet of the stand have holes for staking…

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