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Great for hurricane preps. Got two, just in case.
Retired my Coleman white gas stoves after purchasing a similar product.Pro tip: Stock up on fuel cans.=TW=
PG&E cut your power again, CW?Just kidding! I hope.
I like those butane stoves but that one is a little spendy. Like someone unknown said, stock up on the fuel. You can find those stoves that will use both butane and propane, they have a hose for the propane.
I’d prefer propane, due to butane not vaporizing well when cold. You won’t notice it if you only use it in warm weather - but the first time camping in below freezing weather makes for an interesting time getting it started. I speak from from experience here. Pro Tip: keep at least one of the fuel fuel cans in your sleeping bag, so it’ll feed fuel to make hot coffee and breakfast.
not to forget the clowns who will fire it up with the fuel can cover open and get a bit of too much heat as a result when the seam of the can lets loose from too much internal pressure. does it have a UL rating???
On mine you couldn't start it unless the bottle was in properly & the door was closed.
I got one similar this past year. Works really great. When camping with a group, I have the two-burner Coleman propane stove for cooking on and the little single burner butane stove for the coffee pot. I had wanted the dual fuel (propane or butane) unit, but when this one came on sale on Amazon for $25, I figured what the hell and got it.
I bought this one a couple weeks ago and it works well and comes with an 18" hose to connect to a 1 lb propane bottle. Comes in a black hard plastic case.$26.88 Primehttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HQRD8EO/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1