- Grill stove with two 10,000 BTU burners and PerfectFlow pressure control system
- 1 nickel-chrome stove grate and 1 removable die-cast aluminum grill grate
- Regulates pressure of propane to provide consistent cooking performance
- Windblock side panels double as side trays when folded down
- Matchless InstaStart technology; grease management system with removable tray; 5-year warranty
It’s a stove and grill in one convenient, portable package. Featuring Coleman’s InstaStart technology, this stove lights at the push of a button, so you can leave the matches at home. Constructed of durable enamel-painted steel, the stove sports a heavy-duty, removable die-cast aluminum grill grate andchrome cooking grate, and non-stick cast-aluminum grill grate all designed to be easy to clean, featuring a grease-management system with a removable dishwasher-safe tray. The 2-Burner Propane Gril
List Price: $ 99.99
Price: $ 89.99
Question by sassier299: What is safer, a “white gas”/coleman gas or a propane stove to use inside a camping trailer.?
We just bought a small trailer for camping. I mean small. It doesn’t have a stove so we need to get a little portable one. Which is safer, propane or gas? Which is the most economical? thanks
Answer by 191145ACP
OK. The gas stoves using coleman fuel, if lit properly, are the same as propane in terms of safety. Propane will be easier to use. I prefer the older gas models but I collect coleman and that’s what I like.
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