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Doing outdoor activities, may it be hiking, backpacking, exploring the woods, or finishing camping tasks, can, later on, be exhausting and starving. That’s why you bring snacks to fill your tummy and replenish your energy. Sometimes, those snacks are not enough to satisfy you so you bring the bigger stuff like canned foods, noodles, packed meat and fish, and coffee. Now, these foods, as you know, tastes better when heated. You just don’t want to survive your trail or camp by just only eating energy bars and bread; you want to make your experience as nourishing as possible. So, you bring out your camping stove and cook your good old food like you used to.

Contrary to what others believe, it’s not a hassle to bring outdoor stoves or camping cookware as many of them are compact and lightweight. Truth be told, they are already part of the essentials to bring when you go outdoors. They not only heat your food or drinks, but they also let you feel at home away from home. Eating a heated or cooked food out in the coolness of the wild gives you more enthusiasm and a heads up to your adventure.

If you want to make your next outdoor and camping trips more gratifying, here are the top Coleman stoves to can get.

Coleman Classic Propane Stove

Compliments  Complaints
  • Works and burns very well
  • Easy to shut down 
  • Has a solid bottom 
  • Strength and width of flames are great 
  • It is reasonably priced
  • Even small valve movements can make full blast flames 
  • Flimsy metal sheet construction 
  • Others received damaged stove

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Coleman PowerPack Propane Stove, Single Burner

Compliments Complaints
  • It lights easily and heats fast
  • Easy to clean 
  • Has wide skillet and even small pot support 
  • Very stable 
  • It is easy to set up
  • Flame goes on full blast even with small knob turn 
  • Does not cook evenly 
  • Some complained of missing parts

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Coleman Sportster II Dual Fuel 1-Burner Stove

Compliments Complaints
  • It is compact 
  • Generates heat really well 
  • Burns a variety of fuel types so it is inexpensive 
  • Flame is adjustable 
  • Cools down quickly
  • It is pretty heavy 
  • Takes some work to light up especially in cold weather 
  • Some experience leaks at first use

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Coleman Triton+ Propane Camping Stove

Compliments Complaints
  • Suitable for cooking in large pots 
  • Easy to clean up 
  • Can cook very well even in a windy condition 
  • Easy to set up 
  • It is lightweight
  • Stove feels a little flimsy
  • Plastic knobs fall off 
  • No heat adjustment

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Coleman Stove Ppn 2 BRN Ml Triton

Compliments Complaints
  • It is lightweight 
  • Cleans up very easily 
  • Easy to set up 
  • Flame is strong 
  • Product is great for the price
  • Adjustment valves difficult to control 
  • No medium heat 
  • Stove hard to close and lock

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Coleman Portable Butane Stove with Carrying Case

Compliments Complaints
  • Fuel cylinder is easy to hook up 
  • Easily heats up food and liquid 
  • Temperature can be controlled well 
  • Lights up easily 
  • Decent thick metal sheet material used
  • Some complained of the metal part in the middle of stove melting
  • Does not work well in cold weather 
  • Dents and cracks noted

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