Stove, 2-Burner Standard Compact, Dual Fuel.Whether you’re staying in a cabin, tent, or under the stars, the Coleman 424-700G Two-burner Compact Dual-fuel Stove will enhance any camping adventure. Equipped with one 7,500 BTU burner and one 6,500 BTU burner, you can whip up a meal in minutes.

The Coleman stove operates on clean-burning Coleman Fuel or unleaded gas and one tank gives you two hours of burn time. This stove can boil a quart of water in four minutes. All this in an amazingly small package of 17.75-inches by 11.5-inches by 4.875-inches when closed for easy packing.

3 thoughts on “Coleman 2 Burner Dual Fuel Compact Liquid Fuel Stove

  1. Almon Dao "Handy Man" says:

    Good stove that lasts and lasts I bought this stove for a recent camping trip after using one my brother has for over 10 years. The materials used today is slightly flimsier than my brothers stove, but overall functionality and other critical materials seemed to be the same. The stove was easy to light up and came with a fuel filter/funnel. It turned out great for use with smaller frying pans and pots and provided plenty of cooking heat. The wind guard helps tremendously in the area we were at and allowed cooking where other unshielded butane stoves couldn’t be used. The design allows easy storage and carrying with a handle to allow the stove to be carried like a small brief case.During the trip a friend brought his Powerhouse version of this stove providiing more BTU and having a larger cooking surface. This was great for larger pots and the extra added BTU cooked a bit quicker. So consider the larger unit if necessary. It’ll all depend on what you’re using it for and how big of a family/group…

  2. Michael Hafdelin says:

    Great Stove I have had a Coleman dual fuel stove for many years. It has been great for camping, of course, as all coleman stoves are but it was also great during a hurricane. We lost power for two weeks and had all electric. I had no coleman fuel on hand but did have gasoline. We were able to at least keep baby bottles warm and cook our meals every day. Excellent for any automobile camping and very handy as part of your emergency kit.

  3. Mark Fellows "Gadget Guy" says:

    Good little stove, with plenty of power I haven’t had this stove long, but I just cooked dinner on it, and did a review. Go to Youtube, and type in “themarkfellows2” and look for my review. It will be uploaded tonight, and ready for viewing in the morning. I cooked a large pot of Chicken, Egg Drop soup, and it performed great, with plenty of power from the main burner(I didn’t use the auxiliary burner, but I am sure it is fine). I boiled 8 cups of chicken broth, 2 cups of water, and cooked 2 pounds of chicken, and vegetables, in about 30 minutes. Start to finish. The stove, lights, and works very well. The Auxiliary burner is easy to light, and extinguish.I used Coleman fuel that was AT LEAST 10 years old, and maybe 20 years old, and left first, in a porch exposed to cold, and heat, and sunlight. It burned just fine.I have found Coleman fuel to be Extremely stable.Propane is more stable, and burns cleaner, but I just can not justify using those little 1 pound bottles, and then…

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