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Coleman 1-Burner Dual Fuel Sporter II Liquid Fuel Stove

January 17, 2015 - Comment

The Coleman Duel Fuel Sportster II stove offers 10,500 BTUs of cooking power in an economical, compact package. Coleman’s Duel Fuel engineering gives you the convenience of filling the fuel tank with either cleaning-burning Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline. A full 2.1-pint tank runs approximately 2 hours on High. The stainless steel Band-a-Blu burner

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The Coleman Duel Fuel Sportster II stove offers 10,500 BTUs of cooking power in an economical, compact package. Coleman’s Duel Fuel engineering gives you the convenience of filling the fuel tank with either cleaning-burning Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline. A full 2.1-pint tank runs approximately 2 hours on High. The stainless steel Band-a-Blu burner is fully adjustable for optimal cooking control. Coleman’s WindBlock system shields the burner from wind, for maximum heat and reliable operation in all weather conditions. A filter funnel is included for clean, easy fuel filling.The Coleman 533A700G One-burner Dual-fuel Gas Stove is an easy-to-use and easy-to-pack portable stove for most of your camping cooking needs. Equipped with one 10,500 BTU burner, this Coleman one-burner stove can boil a quart of water in just four minutes. The smaller size of this Coleman stove makes it easier to pack and carry than many stoves.

This dual-fuel gas stove can be powered by 1.1-pints of Coleman fuel or by everyday unleaded gasoline. This convenient stove has a burn time of 1.75 hours when on high and 6.5 hours when on low, and measures only 6.44-inches by 7.25-inches by seven-inches.

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited lifetime warranty

Comments

Joseph Downing says:

A Great Camp Stove 0

R. K. Nichols "Quenchcrack" says:

Not perfect but not bad I am a stove collector as well as a car camper. I have many stoves and use them all on occasion. I almost always bring the 533 along because it just works well. It burns hot with Coleman fuel but I usually don’t actually cook on it, I boil water on it. The simmer function is marginal until it heats up and can sustain low fuel flow and vaporize it effectively. As for those of you who chose to use unleaded fuel and clogged your generator tubes, please send them to me, I will pay the postage…

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