2 @ 10,000 BTUs


12 lbs.

What we like:

Cheap and gets the job done

What we don’t:

Cheaply made, limited flame control.

For a long time camping enthusiasts have relied on Coleman stoves to provide simple solid performance. At the bottom of their camp stove range are The Classic Propane, which is often on sale for less than $50. On the other hand, it’s obvious it’s clear that the Classic is the less expensive choice in comparison to the more expensive Coleman Triton below. They’re not both very solid or long-lasting, and at the current price, they aren’t, but they are both durable and reliable. Triton is the best option for the camper who spends more than a few occasions per year.

Cooking performance is the result of first impressions of the cook: The Classic offers a little less horsepower than Triton and is noticeably less powerful in terms of flame performance, even though it has a PerfectFlow designation. However, take these results in a different way. At about $60 at the time of writing the report, it’s a decent stove for the everyday outdoor person who cooks for a couple of people. Although it may not have the precise control of a top-of-the-line model however it is still equipped to boil water and cooking steaks, or grilling vegetables.


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