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Coleman Perfect Flow 2 Burner Camping Stove £17.49 @ yeomans with free delivery this weekend + 6% cashback

£17.49 @ Yeomans Outdoors
Get this excellent stove in now for the summer camping trips @ a bargain price it's not long now till you'll be pitching up. rrp on this product is £69.99 the cheapest i can find after this offer is £… Read More
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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Get this excellent stove in now for the summer camping trips @ a bargain price it's not long now till you'll be pitching up. rrp on this product is £69.99 the cheapest i can find after this offer is £39.86 delivered, they are practically giving it away get it while you can!

Efficient 2 burner stove with an extremely rugged construction. Abundant with clever features, it includes Windblock™, protecting the flame from the wind and can also be placed horizontally to act as a side table. PerfectFlow® system provides consistent cylinder performance regardless of temperature or gas level and InstaStart® ignition system for matchless lighting.

■PerfectFlow® and InstaStart® systems
■Heavy duty removable nickel-chrome grate on the stove
■Enamelled painted steel case
■Includes regulator
■WindBlock™ System
■Independently adjustable 2 burners from low to high
■Aluminized steel cook top
■Power: 6 480 Watts
■Weight: 5 kg
■Boil Time: 4 mn 55 s
■Runtime: 1 h full mass flow
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#1
What type of canisters does this take??
#2
Propane
#3
looks like a good deal
#4
good price, but amazon reviews all moan that it's very hard to buy coleman propane gas in the UK, and they run quickly, and cost a lot.
#5
Just change the regulater and use any gas that you like.
#6
Just ordered,thanks for the post.
#7
KRF1963
Just change the regulater and use any gas that you like.


is it straight forward getting a different regulator, or would it need to be a specific type/gauge?
#8
bargain1979
KRF1963
Just change the regulater and use any gas that you like.
is it straight forward getting a different regulator, or would it need to be a specific type/gauge?

Yes I would like to know this too.
#9
spongemagic
Propane

No I meant the brand... connection type. Now I know it's Coleman canisters only I shall avoid...
#10
The PerfectFlow system takes these small.... and very expensive.... cartridges.
http://www.busyoutdoors.com/coleman-perfect-flow-2-burner-stove/p448
Not sure if you can change the regulator on this stove to take more conventional, larger, steel bottles of Butane or Propane

Edited By: Biker Jeff on Jan 22, 2011 13:12: spelling
#11
Must be heading towards summer if deals like this are starting to come out
1 Like #12
mofokiss
Must be heading towards summer if deals like this are starting to come out

No,it`s just that mains gas is soon going to be more expensive to cook your Sunday lunch on than Coleman cannisters.
#13
Don't bother with this if you need to use it in the depths of winter as it will cost a fortune to run.
I would get the Coleman multifuel, it runs on unleaded petrol and burns for hours on one litre no matter how low the temperature.
1 Like #14
deddog
Don't bother with this if you need to use it in the depths of winter as it will cost a fortune to run.I would get the Coleman multifuel, it runs on unleaded petrol and burns for hours on one litre no matter how low the temperature.

But they are only a single burner, and are over £50 each. So to get two burners will cost you over £100.
#15
shame no grill. You can get Campingaz ones fir about £40 with a grill
#16
We have one. Have to say I have no problem with canisters. Been on 3 trips,14 days I guess. Used 3 and that's with using canister on lantern and a bit on black cat heater. Seemed reasonable to me.
Might add though we got a box of canisters in the deal, so was a bit discounted.
Till I used the lantern and heater I never thought I would use them !
#17
I bought one of these also last year, very nice cooker, takes screw on gas cannisters which i buy for £3.99 each, and one cannister lasts a weekend, no problem, good heat to burners, heats food a damn site faster than them other type of cooker that takes the cartridges, amazing price to be honest, heat added
#18
Petebiz
I bought one of these also last year, very nice cooker, takes screw on gas cannisters which i buy for £3.99 each, and one cannister lasts a weekend, no problem, good heat to burners, heats food a damn site faster than them other type of cooker that takes the cartridges, amazing price to be honest, heat added
Hi,where do you buy the cannister`s from please ?
#19
bargainhunter2009
shame no grill. You can get Campingaz ones fir about £40 with a grill

Yep £17 or £40 with a grill.I can burn most of my food without a grill .:D
#20
Just bought one. Anyone know more about cylinders. Sure there will be a way of putting tube and regulator on!?
#21
Barrelman
Just bought one. Anyone know more about cylinders. Sure there will be a way of putting tube and regulator on!?

+1 Ditto
#22
Barrelman
Just bought one. Anyone know more about cylinders. Sure there will be a way of putting tube and regulator on!?

There has been talk about this on a camping forum i use. Apparently you can only get the hose and adapter from America and the cost inc shipping makes it not cost effective.
But interestingly... these coleman canisters can be refilled from a large propane bottle by using an adapter that is avaliable from ebay. Coleman say not to refil them but in America they've been doing it for years, where these type of cannisters have been around a lot longer.
#23
http://****.ph/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260698846564

cgiebay where the **** are

Edited By: mistermoneysaver on Jan 23, 2011 08:13
#24
Biker Jeff
Barrelman
Just bought one. Anyone know more about cylinders. Sure there will be a way of putting tube and regulator on!?
There has been talk about this on a camping forum i use. Apparently you can only get the hose and adapter from America and the cost inc shipping makes it not cost effective.But interestingly... these coleman canisters can be refilled from a large propane bottle by using an adapter that is avaliable from ebay. Coleman say not to refil them but in America they've been doing it for years, where these type of cannisters have been around a lot longer.
Check this out if you wanna know how to refill your canisters.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKCYIOnxwkg
#25
Which forum? quote
Barrelman
Just bought one. Anyone know more about cylinders. Sure there will be a way of putting tube and regulator on!?


There has been talk about this on a camping forum i use. Apparently you can only get the hose and adapter from America and the cost inc shipping makes it not cost effective.
But interestingly... these coleman canisters can be refilled from a large propane bottle by using an adapter that is avaliable from ebay. Coleman say not to refil them but in America they've been doing it for years, where these type of cannisters have been around a lot longer.[/quote]
Biker Jeff
Barrelman
Just bought one. Anyone know more about cylinders. Sure there will be a way of putting tube and regulator on!?


There has been talk about this on a camping forum i use. Apparently you can only get the hose and adapter from America and the cost inc shipping makes it not cost effective.
But interestingly... these coleman canisters can be refilled from a large propane bottle by using an adapter that is avaliable from ebay. Coleman say not to refil them but in America they've been doing it for years, where these type of cannisters have been around a lot longer.


Edited By: Barrelman on Jan 23, 2011 12:09
#26
you can get an adapter from here http://www.gradyshardware.com/Mr-Heater-F276172-Refill-Adapter/M/B000AMC5WO.htm
but it costs about £26 with shipping not sure how many times i'd have to refill the canisters before i started saving money .
#27
The camping forum is ukcampsite....
This is a link to a thread on there about this stove....
http://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/chatter/display_topic_threads.asp?ForumID=6&TopicID=236915&PagePosition=1
From this thread it gives you a link to another thread that talks about how to refil these Coleman cannisters.
#28
It maybe hard to find the gas for it from most local camping stores but it's a cracking stove for the price i'm well impressed.

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