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Fold N Go 2-Burner Stove

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Description


COLEMAN CO 100608
Extra large cooking area accommodates up to 12" pans.
This InstaStart matchless lighting stove offers 20,000 BTUs of cooking power in 2 burners. Independent controls for each burner allow you to cook different foods at different temperatures. PerfectFlow regulator provides consistent cooking performance by producing a steady fuel stream, even in cold weather, high altitudes or when fuel is low. 13" burner spacing accommodates pans up to 12 inches. Compact design takes up less space than traditional 2-burner stoves. Nickel-chrome grates and cooking surface are easy to clean. Folds in half with a locking handle for easy storage. Uses disposable propane cylinders. Great for emergencies or power outages. Folds to 14"H x 12"W x 5 1/4 "D.

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Technical Specs


Tech Specs

Weight: 9.95 lbs.

Dimensions: Open: 26"L x 12"D x 4 1/2"H

Manufacturer: Coleman Co

Mfg Part #: 5442-A50

Tech Notes:

  • InstaStart matchless lighting
  • Offers 20,000 BTUs of cooking power in 2 burners
  • Independent burner controls fallow you to cook different foods at different temperatures
  • PerfectFlow regulator provides consistent cooking performance
  • Steady fuel stream even in cold weather, high altitudes or when fuel is low
  • Compact design takes up less space than traditional 2-burner stoves
  • Nickel-chrome grates and cooking surface are easy to clean
  • Folds in half for easy storage
  • Uses disposable propane cylinders
  • Great for emergencies or power outages
  • Folds to 14"H x 12"W x 5 1/4"D
  • Mfr. 5 year limited warranty.



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    Fold N Go 2-Burner Stove: Customer Reviews

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    Reviewed by 9 customers

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    Easy cooking


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    December 03, 2012
    I moved up,from a Coleman 2burner gas stove. I love the upgrade. First easy to store and carry, no mess. If there is a spill the grates pop out and the nice concave bottom wipes up quickly. Second very light and compact . Third heats up well and cooks evenly.m Fourth love the instant start button. I found in strong wind that it is handy to have a piece of tin or 1/2 half of a plastic plant pot to set up for gusts. Overall this is my new companion, really impressed my girlfriend too......
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    Great little stove


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    March 30, 2012
    We bought this when we downsized to a truck camper. It takes up little room and cooks up a storm!. The high intensity burners heat things up fast and even. As for the wind, I use a folded kitchen grease spatter guard when needed. I would definately recommend this stove.
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    Useful and convenient


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    May 29, 2011
    I grew up using the green fold-up white gas Coleman stoves, later converted to propane. This stove is a great replacement camping stove. The two burners deliver lots of heat, and, conveniently from a 1# propane cylinder. It has push button ignition and when finished it folds up like a clam-shell and back into a box the size of 2 shoe boxes. We take it on every camping trip, even with our RV because we like to cook outside. We also used it at home on the patio to cook during a power failure. The only thing it lacks from the old suitcase style green stoves is wind blockage, but has generally not been a problem. The only problem I have had is one igniter quit working and that burner has to be manually lit; the other works fine still. Works great and takes up little space.
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    Worth it's weight in GOLD!


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    October 16, 2009
    I bought this product early this past Spring and have used it on every camping trip. The set up is easy, it stores nicely and goes a long time on a tank of propane. I have yet to bring it out that everyone who sees it wants to know where I got it and how much. This item is pricey but it is worth every penny. If you don't like cooking in your Camper and smelling it up by frying stuff then I urge you to get one. I guarantee you won't be disatisfied!
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    Love It!


    11 out of 18 people found this review helpful.
    June 17, 2008
    I've had this stove for over a year now and I Love it. It's very easy to use and compact and very easy to clean. My husband and I camp alot and do alot of cooking. So far this is the best stove we have ever had and we have been camping for over 30 years. Buy this one! you will not be sorry!
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    Great for your outdoor kitchen


    160 out of 278 people found this review helpful.
    November 19, 2007
    I really like this stove! I agree that the pot rest sits too high above the flame; however, you could probably just put up a simple wind shield to solve that problem. I haven't had any problem with it generating enough heat. I love the size and the convenience and it cleans up easily. My only real complaint is that they sell the carrying bag extra. Why don’t they just include it with the stove? (CW doesn’t sell the bag, but I found it at Coleman’s site for ~$26 after tax and shipping. REI has it for $20 plus tax and no shipping if you have it delivered to a retail outlet.) CW has the best price I’ve found on this stove, especially if you get it on sale as I did!
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    Excellent Portable Stove


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    August 05, 2007
    Have recently bought in Calgary. Used on 3 week outing through the Rockies. We used it every night and absolutely no worries on size of pot nor amount of heat on each side. This is the propane stove for those that RV and camp & need portability. Well worth the 75 bucks and a hell of a lot more useable than your standard Green naptha or Propane stove...!! Buy it you will not be dissappointed..!!
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    great little stove


    313 out of 545 people found this review helpful.
    May 25, 2007
    i had been looking for a small stove to use outside my camper.........mostly to keep down the heat inside........this one is perfect..........also bought two 12' foot stay flow hoses to run from the main propane tanks up front...........i would reccomend this stove to anyone................
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    Gotta Get It!


    357 out of 616 people found this review helpful.
    August 08, 2006
    We used to have a pop up and I loved cooking outside and socializing (we usually camp in groups). I saw this and decided to give it a try. It is great. You just have to make sure the bottom of your pan is not slick because they will slide. I was able to make sausage gravy in my big pan and pancakes in my regular pan with no trouble. It also folds so it takes up very little space.
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