Coleman Single Burner Stove
Coleman Gas Stove | Portable Bottletop Propane Camp Stove with Adjustable Burner
Coleman Single Burner Stove is a really great, and very well made item. It is also very convenient and easty to use. You just screw the top on and plump the cylinder into the base. It uses the short, fat cylinders–not the longer kind you usually see plumbers using with torches.
I had one of these things but I cannot locate the thing anywhere so when Hurricane Irma headed towards Florida I hurried and ordered another one. Thankfully, the hurricane did not hit the part of Florida I live in, the panhandle.
My old stove got me and my late father through the hell that was Hurrican Ivan which did hit here in September of 2004. We did not have power or drinking water for the better part of the week and half the trees were knocked down. Our roof lost every other row of shingles, the storm windows blew out with loud bangs, and the siding of our house, which my neighbor, John, returned to me as a joke, blew three blocks down the street.
Dad and I did have hot coffee and hot meals, though, and we did have plenty of water since I am a home winemaker and had filled my six six gallong fermenter spigot buckets up to the brim.
I also have a two burner, Coleman propane stove around someplace but I cannot find that either. I used this stove once or twice before deciding the single burner was more than sufficient for coffee, tea, or dinner. We ate chilit mostly, Hormel with no beans with two cans of Bush’s chili beans thrown in.
With this stove, you do not have to go through the routine of putting soapy water on the joints to check for gas leaks. There is only one connection. If it does hiss when you screw it on it means the valve is open so you just rotate it. I really like itPromised Review b y Stanley Troy Thompson