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Coleman Dual Fuel Guide Series 424 2 Burner Stove B&M WalMart $25

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I picked one up for $25, last one, other Walmarts around me have them for $49, still a nice deal on a dual fuel stove at that price. With all these tent SD this will go nicely with it.

Brickseek shows a few stores have them for even less.
SKU: 44503982
UPC: 076501239454

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Colema...e/44503982

Coleman Dual Flame 2-Burner Stove:

Dual Fuel design conveniently burns Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline
1 gallon of Coleman Liquid Fuel lasts as long as 4.5 cylinders of propane
Wind Block panels help shield burners from wind and adjust for various pan sizes
Band-a-Blu burners for reliable cooking power
All Season Strong technology provides reliable operation in all weather conditions
14,000 total BTUs of cooking power
Fits two 10" pans at the same time
Durable, chrome-plated grate is removable for easy cleaning
Lasts up to 2 hours with both burners on high on 2.5 pints of Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline (both sold separately)
Perfect for camping, hunting, tailgating and other outdoor occasions
Filtering funnel included
5-year limited warranty
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can these be hooked up to my bbq propane tank?
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can these be hooked up to my bbq propane tank?
This stove uses gasoline or Coleman Liquid gas.

They make one specifically for propane, but you can buy an adapter and hose to run those off of large propane tank.

$42
Coleman Matchlight 10,000 BTU 2-Burner Propane Stove

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Coleman...ove/895629

$14
Coleman 5' High Pressure Propane Hose and Adapter

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Coleman...r/19897422
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Never been a fan of these double coleman stoves.

Even though it is a double, it is almost impossible to get two pans on the stove unless one is a medium pan, and the other is a small pan. Big pans simply won't fit.

I camp quite a bit, and I prefer the Coleman Powerpack. You can fit a small pan, or a huge pan on it. I purchased two of them. More money, but I think they are way more versatile and easier to clean.
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I was looking for these and checked out reviews on amazon. The quality is not there anymore. Still a good price nonetheless.


There are 2 sizes for these stoves. A 424/425 is smaller than the 413/414. Btu's are also less on the smaller one.
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It says it's 14K BTU total which is very low. The standard "Coleman Classic" is 20K BTU total.
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Ok, runs off gasoline or white gas. I was confused by the "Coleman fuel" until I looked it up. I wonder if this stuff requires a primer in cold weather? My old WhisperLite backpacking stove needs priming to ignite, but I don't see any mention of it for this Coleman, which is good.

I'll stick with the standard Coleman. White gas is a bit of a pain. Smilie
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Wow, now I remember why I don't post stuff on the internet. A thumbs down... I guess 66% savings isn't a deal. (Some places more some places less)

Nope not made like my Dad's 40yo stove(still works after some Orings), a matter of fact just about everything seems a bit cheaper made then from those times. 78% positive ratings though, not shabby.

Propane>Gas, yes more BTU, but if you can't cook on 14000 BTU, don't invite me to dinner...

If you don't have propane or run out, odds are you have gasoline close by, and cheaper then buying the small bottles of propane, unless you know how to bulk fill, or carry around a large tank.

To each their own, I like the versatility of being able to use a common fuel. Some like cooking straight over the campfire, others simplicity of propane. I didn't realize this was a debate forum.

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This stove uses gasoline or Coleman Liquid gas.

They make one specifically for propane, but you can buy an adapter and hose to run those off of large propane tank.

$42
Coleman Matchlight 10,000 BTU 2-Burner Propane Stove

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Coleman...ove/895629

$14
Coleman 5' High Pressure Propane Hose and Adapter

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Coleman...r/19897422

Good price on hose adapter.
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Just added this to my wishlist a few weeks ago. Found one on brickseeker 15 miles away for $49.
Being able to siphon some gas out of the car to finish making coffee is why I want this.
Thanks! Thumbs up.
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I was lazy with this one as it was a 25-minute drive to a store with inventory. But I decided to get one yesterday, as Brickseek had shown the price drop to $20. Quite nicely, I got the last one, and it was just $15!

Better, I've been using the Sam's Club GCs I got from the AMEX promo for 20% off for all the Walmart deals lately. Net, $12 for this stove. Wow!
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brickseek finally does me right. picked up 2 for $20
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Ok, runs off gasoline or white gas. I was confused by the "Coleman fuel" until I looked it up. I wonder if this stuff requires a primer in cold weather? My old WhisperLite backpacking stove needs priming to ignite, but I don't see any mention of it for this Coleman, which is good.

I'll stick with the standard Coleman. White gas is a bit of a pain. http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/smile.gif
You can see the priming pump in the OP picture, it's on the right side.
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Never been a fan of these double coleman stoves.

Even though it is a double, it is almost impossible to get two pans on the stove unless one is a medium pan, and the other is a small pan. Big pans simply won't fit.

I camp quite a bit, and I prefer the Coleman Powerpack. You can fit a small pan, or a huge pan on it. I purchased two of them. More money, but I think they are way more versatile and easier to clean.
Of course you can't fit two big pans on it just like you can't fit an elephant in a SUV. LMAO
You have to plan according to what you have.
It's doable and millions like 425* series just for that, small and enough power for camping.
There are 413* models that are big and can fit two 10" pans easily but they are bigger/wider/heavier (12lbs vs 18lbs) to pack.
New propane ones are great for convenience but pricey fuel.
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