Coleman dual fuel cookers

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  1. Allanm

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    Just in case anyone is interested in buying one of these, I have a couple in the classifieds section since giving up tent camping.
    I'm assuming its ok to post this here, otherwise I will remove it.
    Allan
     
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    Good stoves, I sell loads of them and replacement spares

    Peter
     
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    Always carry my old military one in the locker of MH just in case. First class system and worth every penny.
     
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    Thirded. :thumb:

    We have a rare triple-burner and a single burner. Superb bits of kit.
     
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    Never seen a triple burner, I must have a search on Google to see what they look like… I really rate Coleman stuff, used to sell it a few years ago when I worked at a camping shop for the summer. Gas is ok, but not as cheap and convenient to run as petrol.
    We also have 3 Coleman and a Tilley dual fuel lamps. Years old and still perfect.
    Allan
     
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    Hit the HOME button, top left and you will see a navigation button. Scroll down and you'll see the Classifieds.

    Allan
     
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    we have on and when we are away with the van wilding we use it a lot to save gas
    takes minute to set up we have had it for years and never had a problem with it apart from losing the funnel to fill it :thumb:
     
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    Interesting reply by Bill.:thumb:

    We bought a Cadac at last week's show at the NEC purely because we figured it better to use the on-board gas rather than take a second fuel along that can't be used for anything else other than the Coleman.

    When camping with our Australian tents, we often carry our single-burner coleman in a small box with water and a kettle, plus a few other essentials, to create a brew-kit and if we're ever out and about greenlaning our 110 Land Rover.
     
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    Well, you lot have almost convinced me to keep them! We also have a Kelly Kettle that we can use for brewing a cuppa, no fuel to carry around, we just search around for a few twigs and dried leaves and make sure we have a match
    Allan
     

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