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krzyq 110 48 August 2, 2016 at 12:59 AM in Camping (7) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 08-02-2016 by SubZero5 at 11:05 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has for their Prime Members: Coleman Butane Instastart Stove on sale for $15.29. Shipping is free. Thanks krzyq

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also has Coleman Butane Instastart Stove on sale for $15.29. Select free store pickup where available.

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Edited August 2, 2016 at 08:42 AM by wuzzy
Cheapest I seen according to CCC.
Perfect for my upcoming camping trip.

Flame adjustment control
Cartridge safety locking system
Includes case for easy transportation
7,650 BTU output
Fits up to one 10 inch pan in the cooking space

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If you cook with an electric range and are at risk of an extended power outage, this is a very handy little item to have.

Just an FYI, this is a Coleman-branded clone of a standardized design used in developing countries the world over. If you have any trouble finding the narrow, thin-walled butane canisters in a big box or sporting goods store, go to any ethnic food store. Hispanic, Asian, Somali; it doesn't matter. They'll all have piles of them and likely at a lower price too.

TU, repped OP. And thanks too for the link to the even lower Target price, bluekiwi.

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normal price is $17.99

cheaper at target if you have redcard, $15.29 - 5% = $14.53 shipped
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If you cook with an electric range and are at risk of an extended power outage, this is a very handy little item to have.

Just an FYI, this is a Coleman-branded clone of a standardized design used in developing countries the world over. If you have any trouble finding the narrow, thin-walled butane canisters in a big box or sporting goods store, go to any ethnic food store. Hispanic, Asian, Somali; it doesn't matter. They'll all have piles of them and likely at a lower price too.

TU, repped OP. And thanks too for the link to the even lower Target price, bluekiwi.
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Quote from majorhavoc View Post :
Just an FYI, this is a Coleman-branded clone of a standardized design used in developing countries the world over. If you have any trouble finding the narrow, thin-walled butane canisters in a big box or sporting goods store, go to any ethnic food store. Hispanic, Asian, Somali; it doesn't matter. They'll all have piles of them and likely at a lower price too.

TU, repped OP. And thanks too for the link to the even lower Target price, bluekiwi.
I have actually used this type of stove (bought from asian market) and you are correct, just check the ethnic stores and the fuel canisters are dirt cheap. On average, one canister usually lasts for 3-4 meals (dependent upon amount of food being cooked)
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Quote from majorhavoc View Post :
If you cook with an electric range and are at risk of an extended power outage, this is a very handy little item to have.

Just an FYI, this is a Coleman-branded clone of a standardized design used in developing countries the world over. If you have any trouble finding the narrow, thin-walled butane canisters in a big box or sporting goods store, go to any ethnic food store. They'll all have piles of them and likely at a lower price too.
This. I was about to quote you and say they're great for power outages too, but then you added that. So this is just a +1, but also to say that if you want to cook outside for whatever reason (to keep the heat out of your house, or for some kind of experiment maybe), these are great. The H Mart website lists a 4-pack of cylinders for 5.99.
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My dad says butane is a bastard gas

(this is not a thread crap or troll, just a tiny joke)
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This. I was about to quote you and say they're great for power outages too, but then you added that. So this is just a +1, but also to say that if you want to cook outside for whatever reason (to keep the heat out of your house, or for some kind of experiment maybe), these are great. The H Mart website lists a 4-pack of cylinders for 5.99.
I will +1 to you, lol. I love my cookers just to cook outside. No added heat or food smells in the house. I think I need a backup because mine would not power on one evening... pissed me off. I was about to toss it and decided to test it again, and it worked the need day... so I will get a second one just for backup. Cooking outside is just great for so many reasons. So much better than my electric range that is wobbly and splatters food all over the place. I just cook on my little patio table.
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Thanks OP! Going to use it for smelting lead outside.
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isnt this the same ones sold in Chinese supermarkets?
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These are great, but only a couple buck discount.
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Thanks OP! Going to use it for smelting lead outside.
Mine has seen duty cooking sugar rocket fuel.
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If you cook with an electric range and are at risk of an extended power outage, this is a very handy little item to have.

Just an FYI, this is a Coleman-branded clone of a standardized design used in developing countries the world over. If you have any trouble finding the narrow, thin-walled butane canisters in a big box or sporting goods store, go to any ethnic food store. Hispanic, Asian, Somali; it doesn't matter. They'll all have piles of them and likely at a lower price too.

TU, repped OP. And thanks too for the link to the even lower Target price, bluekiwi.
How long does a butane canister last? Was thinking of one of these for outside crab boils, which obviously takes hours to cook. Electric better for this?
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How long does a butane canister last? Was thinking of one of these for outside crab boils, which obviously takes hours to cook. Electric better for this?
most definitely electric for a crab boil
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Noob question how much are the Butane refills? And how long would this last per refill?
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