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Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner

Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner

Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
Coleman Gas Camping Stove | Triton+ Propane Stove, 2 Burner
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Features

  • COOKING POWER: Up to 22,000 total BTUs
  • PUSH-BUTTON IGNITION: For matchless lighting
  • 2 ADJUSTABLE BURNERS: For precise temperature control
  • WIND-BLOCKING PANELS: Shield burners from wind and adjust for various pan sizes
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure-control technology for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • EASY TO CLEAN: Chrome-plated grate and rust-resistant aluminum cooktop
  • 3-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

Description

Take your outdoor cooking to the next level with the Coleman Triton+ Propane Gas Camping Stove, 2-Burner. Hit the push-button ignition for matchless lighting, and you'll be cooking with up to 22,000 total BTUs of power in no time. Adjustable wind-blocking panels shield burners from the wind.


Product Dimensions: 23 x 5.9 x 14 inches ; 6.5 pounds


Shipping Weight: 10.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00QMVEG8S


California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.


Item model number: 2000020954NP


Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars453 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,095 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #13 in Camping Stoves


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Features

  • COOKING POWER: Up to 22,000 total BTUs
  • PUSH-BUTTON IGNITION: For matchless lighting
  • 2 ADJUSTABLE BURNERS: For precise temperature control
  • WIND-BLOCKING PANELS: Shield burners from wind and adjust for various pan sizes
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure-control technology for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • EASY TO CLEAN: Chrome-plated grate and rust-resistant aluminum cooktop
  • 3-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

Description

Take your outdoor cooking to the next level with the Coleman Triton+ Propane Gas Camping Stove, 2-Burner. Hit the push-button ignition for matchless lighting, and you'll be cooking with up to 22,000 total BTUs of power in no time. Adjustable wind-blocking panels shield burners from the wind.


Product Dimensions: 23 x 5.9 x 14 inches ; 6.5 pounds


Shipping Weight: 10.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00QMVEG8S


California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.


Item model number: 2000020954NP


Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars453 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,095 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #13 in Camping Stoves


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • COOKING POWER: Up to 22,000 total BTUs
  • PUSH-BUTTON IGNITION: For matchless lighting
  • 2 ADJUSTABLE BURNERS: For precise temperature control
  • WIND-BLOCKING PANELS: Shield burners from wind and adjust for various pan sizes
  • PRESSURE REGULATOR: Pressure-control technology for consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • EASY TO CLEAN: Chrome-plated grate and rust-resistant aluminum cooktop
  • 3-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

Description

Take your outdoor cooking to the next level with the Coleman Triton+ Propane Gas Camping Stove, 2-Burner. Hit the push-button ignition for matchless lighting, and you'll be cooking with up to 22,000 total BTUs of power in no time. Adjustable wind-blocking panels shield burners from the wind.


Product Dimensions: 23 x 5.9 x 14 inches ; 6.5 pounds


Shipping Weight: 10.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00QMVEG8S


California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.


Item model number: 2000020954NP


Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars453 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,095 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #13 in Camping Stoves


abunda_amazon_reviews This camp stove is close to being good for my purposes, but comes up short in one important area. The burners generate a lot of heat, so if you just want to boil water this stove may workout fine. The biggest problem I have with it is on the other end of the spectrum: simmering. The issues are: > It seems like most of what you get from the burner is Ultra High, Super High, Very High, and a small amount of Medium. You don't hit Low, which is a setting I use frequently, until just a teeny bit before you hit Off. So when I'm attempting to set the burner to Low, I often end up with Off instead, then I have to perform the lighting sequence again. > The control knob has a fair amount of elasticity, so if I manage to set the burner to low, it self-resets, to some degree back to where it was. This is very frustrating! Because there is so little of the control knob range which is Low, the "bounce-back" makes it nearly impossible to do this without having to relight. > The stove has a rounded bump near each corner, which serves as feet. Unfortunately, the feet are smooth metal, and so the sometimes HOT stove tends to slide around a lot. I added my own rubber feet, which helps, but due to the design (rounded feet), it's hard to get a lot of contact with the table, so it still slides more than I would like. > I have had no problems with the piezo lighter working, but I don't like the button design. The button must be pushed in, horizontally, with a fair amount of force. However, because the stove likes to slide (see prior bullet point), this requires holding the back with one hand while pressing with the other. If, by chance, you had been cooking something on High, then your attempt to lower the heat accidentally turns the burner off, you will need to restart. If you're not careful where you grab the back of the stove, you could end up cooking your hand, along with dinner. A better design would have been a knob, which you turn, or a lever (or button) which you push DOWN (vertically), instead of their button which you push IN (horizontally). Would I buy it again? No! I've had many Coleman stoves before and none have had the problems of setting the burner on Low, or with the knob bounce-back, so I know they can do it. This time, though, they didn't.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 15, 2016;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Does anyone at Coleman actually test these things?;;Eric J.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R3EO84S0Q7DBAA/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00QMVEG8S;;;I'm the type of consumer that generally reads all the negative reviews and if there's a common theme, I'll reconsider the purchase. This theme seems to be the insta-start button. When I first received the stove, I tried brewing a pot of tea before my camping trip. During the initial use, it appeared that only the right burner was igniting, I didn't understand this because I could physically SEE the spark from the igniter, it just wasn't producing a flame. I took it on the trip anyway because it was too close to the date to send it back and shop around for another stove when they ALL appeared to be ruffling someones feathers and I didn't have the time to 'trial and error' my experience. I do understand why some people may think the heat controls are a tad finicky, the thing about that is, I believe all portable stoves require a certain finesse to operate... in this case, you need to put a little pressure on the dial while you turn. If you are just haphazardly turning the nob, it will turn but it won't adjust the temp... I'm not convinced that this ISN'T a safety feature to prevent accidental temp switches (if that makes any sense). The grill 'grate' portion did start to bubble after use, which indicates it probably could have been made with a stronger material but if remaining lightweight was the end game then I could see why they opted for this one. I did realize AFTER my trip the the left burner would ignite under better conditions: 1. (user error) The gas needs to be turned UP HI initially! You need a solid flow of gas so it can reach the spark to ignite which 2. Might be difficult in super windy conditions but once it's lit, the wind shield will be sufficient enough to keep the flame going when you turn the heat down.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Burners;;Tracy K.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R13522Y626YTJH/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00QMVEG8S;;;Simple, functional design with some build quality issues. Pro: Electrically simple design. Easy to remove grill and easy cleaning. Mostly durable parts, though knobs and ignition stick out when cover closed. Con: Build quality lacking 1) burner top should sit on top of frame but construction had one side under frame and one on top causing warping in body and misfit in closure. I pried the frame out to fix this, which relieved the tension. (See pic) 2) the burners and ignition heads are poorly installed or designed to poor tolerances. One burner is close enough to igniter to cosistently ignite (see pic), the other is at a distance that requires more fuel to ignite (see pic)... not as good on near empty fuel tanks. Havent tried to fix this yet. The burners are also not level (see pic)... though that is a nit, more so when cooking with cast iron. Mods: I bought this because many friends have this and it's a simple work horse. I did some simple upgrades to mine. 1) added cork stickers to feet to prevent sliding (see pic). I might drill out bottoms and use rubber tips in future. 2) added small round neodynium magnets to prevent wind shields from rattling when stowed (see first pic). 3) more importantly, added 3 magnets to the fuel line adapter (see pic). This really helps it from rattling around and banging into the ignition tips (see pic).;;Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Functional with some minor build issues, easily upgraded!;;Brookslyn;;/gp/customer-reviews/R34TQ4K32SW99U/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00QMVEG8S

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Eric J. - Reviewed in the United States on December 15, 2016
Does anyone at Coleman actually test these things?
This camp stove is close to being good for my purposes, but comes up short in one important area. The burners generate a lot of heat, so if you just want to boil water this stove may workout fine. The biggest problem I have with it is on the other end of the spectrum: simmering. The issues are: > It seems like most of what you get from the burner is Ultra High, Super High, Very High, and a small amount of Medium. You don't hit Low, which is a setting I use frequently, until just a teeny bit before you hit Off. So when I'm attempting to set the burner to Low, I often end up with Off instead, then I have to perform the lighting sequence again. > The control knob has a fair amount of elasticity, so if I manage to set the burner to low, it self-resets, to some degree back to where it was. This is very frustrating! Because there is so little of the control knob range which is Low, the "bounce-back" makes it nearly impossible to do this without having to relight. > The stove has a rounded bump near each corner, which serves as feet. Unfortunately, the feet are smooth metal, and so the sometimes HOT stove tends to slide around a lot. I added my own rubber feet, which helps, but due to the design (rounded feet), it's hard to get a lot of contact with the table, so it still slides more than I would like. > I have had no problems with the piezo lighter working, but I don't like the button design. The button must be pushed in, horizontally, with a fair amount of force. However, because the stove likes to slide (see prior bullet point), this requires holding the back with one hand while pressing with the other. If, by chance, you had been cooking something on High, then your attempt to lower the heat accidentally turns the burner off, you will need to restart. If you're not careful where you grab the back of the stove, you could end up cooking your hand, along with dinner. A better design would have been a knob, which you turn, or a lever (or button) which you push DOWN (vertically), instead of their button which you push IN (horizontally). Would I buy it again? No! I've had many Coleman stoves before and none have had the problems of setting the burner on Low, or with the knob bounce-back, so I know they can do it. This time, though, they didn't.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Tracy K. - Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2018
Burners
I'm the type of consumer that generally reads all the negative reviews and if there's a common theme, I'll reconsider the purchase. This theme seems to be the insta-start button. When I first received the stove, I tried brewing a pot of tea before my camping trip. During the initial use, it appeared that only the right burner was igniting, I didn't understand this because I could physically SEE the spark from the igniter, it just wasn't producing a flame. I took it on the trip anyway because it was too close to the date to send it back and shop around for another stove when they ALL appeared to be ruffling someones feathers and I didn't have the time to 'trial and error' my experience. I do understand why some people may think the heat controls are a tad finicky, the thing about that is, I believe all portable stoves require a certain finesse to operate... in this case, you need to put a little pressure on the dial while you turn. If you are just haphazardly turning the nob, it will turn but it won't adjust the temp... I'm not convinced that this ISN'T a safety feature to prevent accidental temp switches (if that makes any sense). The grill 'grate' portion did start to bubble after use, which indicates it probably could have been made with a stronger material but if remaining lightweight was the end game then I could see why they opted for this one. I did realize AFTER my trip the the left burner would ignite under better conditions: 1. (user error) The gas needs to be turned UP HI initially! You need a solid flow of gas so it can reach the spark to ignite which 2. Might be difficult in super windy conditions but once it's lit, the wind shield will be sufficient enough to keep the flame going when you turn the heat down.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Brookslyn - Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2019
Functional with some minor build issues, easily upgraded!
Simple, functional design with some build quality issues. Pro: Electrically simple design. Easy to remove grill and easy cleaning. Mostly durable parts, though knobs and ignition stick out when cover closed. Con: Build quality lacking 1) burner top should sit on top of frame but construction had one side under frame and one on top causing warping in body and misfit in closure. I pried the frame out to fix this, which relieved the tension. (See pic) 2) the burners and ignition heads are poorly installed or designed to poor tolerances. One burner is close enough to igniter to cosistently ignite (see pic), the other is at a distance that requires more fuel to ignite (see pic)... not as good on near empty fuel tanks. Havent tried to fix this yet. The burners are also not level (see pic)... though that is a nit, more so when cooking with cast iron. Mods: I bought this because many friends have this and it's a simple work horse. I did some simple upgrades to mine. 1) added cork stickers to feet to prevent sliding (see pic). I might drill out bottoms and use rubber tips in future. 2) added small round neodynium magnets to prevent wind shields from rattling when stowed (see first pic). 3) more importantly, added 3 magnets to the fuel line adapter (see pic). This really helps it from rattling around and banging into the ignition tips (see pic).

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Eric J. - Reviewed in the United States on December 15, 2016
Does anyone at Coleman actually test these things?
This camp stove is close to being good for my purposes, but comes up short in one important area. The burners generate a lot of heat, so if you just want to boil water this stove may workout fine. The biggest problem I have with it is on the other end of the spectrum: simmering. The issues are: > It seems like most of what you get from the burner is Ultra High, Super High, Very High, and a small amount of Medium. You don't hit Low, which is a setting I use frequently, until just a teeny bit before you hit Off. So when I'm attempting to set the burner to Low, I often end up with Off instead, then I have to perform the lighting sequence again. > The control knob has a fair amount of elasticity, so if I manage to set the burner to low, it self-resets, to some degree back to where it was. This is very frustrating! Because there is so little of the control knob range which is Low, the "bounce-back" makes it nearly impossible to do this without having to relight. > The stove has a rounded bump near each corner, which serves as feet. Unfortunately, the feet are smooth metal, and so the sometimes HOT stove tends to slide around a lot. I added my own rubber feet, which helps, but due to the design (rounded feet), it's hard to get a lot of contact with the table, so it still slides more than I would like. > I have had no problems with the piezo lighter working, but I don't like the button design. The button must be pushed in, horizontally, with a fair amount of force. However, because the stove likes to slide (see prior bullet point), this requires holding the back with one hand while pressing with the other. If, by chance, you had been cooking something on High, then your attempt to lower the heat accidentally turns the burner off, you will need to restart. If you're not careful where you grab the back of the stove, you could end up cooking your hand, along with dinner. A better design would have been a knob, which you turn, or a lever (or button) which you push DOWN (vertically), instead of their button which you push IN (horizontally). Would I buy it again? No! I've had many Coleman stoves before and none have had the problems of setting the burner on Low, or with the knob bounce-back, so I know they can do it. This time, though, they didn't.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Tracy K. - Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2018
Burners
I'm the type of consumer that generally reads all the negative reviews and if there's a common theme, I'll reconsider the purchase. This theme seems to be the insta-start button. When I first received the stove, I tried brewing a pot of tea before my camping trip. During the initial use, it appeared that only the right burner was igniting, I didn't understand this because I could physically SEE the spark from the igniter, it just wasn't producing a flame. I took it on the trip anyway because it was too close to the date to send it back and shop around for another stove when they ALL appeared to be ruffling someones feathers and I didn't have the time to 'trial and error' my experience. I do understand why some people may think the heat controls are a tad finicky, the thing about that is, I believe all portable stoves require a certain finesse to operate... in this case, you need to put a little pressure on the dial while you turn. If you are just haphazardly turning the nob, it will turn but it won't adjust the temp... I'm not convinced that this ISN'T a safety feature to prevent accidental temp switches (if that makes any sense). The grill 'grate' portion did start to bubble after use, which indicates it probably could have been made with a stronger material but if remaining lightweight was the end game then I could see why they opted for this one. I did realize AFTER my trip the the left burner would ignite under better conditions: 1. (user error) The gas needs to be turned UP HI initially! You need a solid flow of gas so it can reach the spark to ignite which 2. Might be difficult in super windy conditions but once it's lit, the wind shield will be sufficient enough to keep the flame going when you turn the heat down.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Brookslyn - Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2019
Functional with some minor build issues, easily upgraded!
Simple, functional design with some build quality issues. Pro: Electrically simple design. Easy to remove grill and easy cleaning. Mostly durable parts, though knobs and ignition stick out when cover closed. Con: Build quality lacking 1) burner top should sit on top of frame but construction had one side under frame and one on top causing warping in body and misfit in closure. I pried the frame out to fix this, which relieved the tension. (See pic) 2) the burners and ignition heads are poorly installed or designed to poor tolerances. One burner is close enough to igniter to cosistently ignite (see pic), the other is at a distance that requires more fuel to ignite (see pic)... not as good on near empty fuel tanks. Havent tried to fix this yet. The burners are also not level (see pic)... though that is a nit, more so when cooking with cast iron. Mods: I bought this because many friends have this and it's a simple work horse. I did some simple upgrades to mine. 1) added cork stickers to feet to prevent sliding (see pic). I might drill out bottoms and use rubber tips in future. 2) added small round neodynium magnets to prevent wind shields from rattling when stowed (see first pic). 3) more importantly, added 3 magnets to the fuel line adapter (see pic). This really helps it from rattling around and banging into the ignition tips (see pic).