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Coleman Triton Series 2-Burner Stove

July 28, 2015 - Comment

Cook breakfast, lunch and dinner on the legendary durability of a Coleman Triton Series 2-Burner Stove. Once this propane camping stove starts to heat up, PerfectHeat Technology gets the temperatures just right, WindBlock Shields keep the wind from blowing the flames around and the PerfectFlow Pressure Control System keeps the heat steady

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Cook breakfast, lunch and dinner on the legendary durability of a Coleman Triton Series 2-Burner Stove. Once this propane camping stove starts to heat up, PerfectHeat Technology gets the temperatures just right, WindBlock Shields keep the wind from blowing the flames around and the PerfectFlow Pressure Control System keeps the heat steady on each of the high-performance 11,000-BTU burners. The spacious cooking surface is large enough to fit a 10-in. (25.4 cm) pan and 12-in. (30.48 cm) pan at the same time, and independently-adjustable controls allow you to set your heat anywhere from simmer to boil. The two burner camp stove is also efficient, with a 1-hr. runtime on high using a single 16.4-oz. propane cylinder. When the fun is done, removable heavy-duty, nickel-chrome grates make cleaning easy, and the built-in handle will have you carrying this lightweight stove effortlessly.

Product Features

  • 11,000 BTUs per burner, 22,000 total BTUs
  • Large cooking area fits one 10-in. (25.4 cm) pan and one 12-in. (30.48 cm) pan at the same time
  • Independent, easily-adjustable controls range from simmer to boil
  • Durable steel construction withstands rugged cooking conditions
  • PerfectHeat Technology gets the temperatures just right
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Comments

Simbany1 says:

Really nice stove! This stove rocks! I have to say that we used it every day on our 4 day camping trip and had pots, pans and griddles to cook for 10+ people. Granted we had our other friend’s stoves there as well, but our stove was kitchen central. The surface area is large enough to accomodate a 10-12″ pan with a good pot next to it. We were able to boil pasta and cook up some steaks at the same time. 

Christopher M Green says:

Be careful!! I took this camping once and after two uses it was no longer functional. The propane is delivered to each burner via a thin copper tube. The tube is soldered to a nut that is not fixed. While screwing and unscrewing the propane attachment I inadvertently twisted the tube and it snapped. I’m glad I realized there was a problem and it didn’t blow up on me. There is a real engineering flaw in this design. It is such a simple fix to make the inside nut fixed.

D. Martin says:

Don’t forget the matches! Bought this for weekend camping trips and emergency use if the power goes out. Tried it out this weekend to cook some pancakes and heat up water for coffee. I don’t know why anyone would complain about the build quality. Yes it’s not made from the thickest gauge metal, it’s thin to make it lighter and it does seem to have a high-quality paint on it. With the adjustable wind guards, I was able to fit a 12″ skillet over a burner. I wouldn’t recommend trying to cook pancakes this way, as the thin…

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