Coleman 1-Burner Perfectflow stove £4.99 in store at Go Outdoors
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Coleman 1-Burner Perfectflow stove £4.99 in store at Go Outdoors

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Found 28th Jul 2013
This is a good value camping / fishing stove from Coleman - way cheaper than I have seen it before at £4.99 if you have a Go Outdoors card. These are good, stable cooking stoves, very robust and will last a long time with the Coleman propane cartridges.

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Bought one yesterday, superbly made. Have some heat (pun not intended!)

The gas canisters are expensive on these and don't look like the widely available blue ones

How much is this if you don't have a Go Outdoors discount card?

Handsome_Tom

How much is this if you don't have a Go Outdoors discount card?



I am guessing that it would be the £30 retail price as you could see by clicking on the link in the original post??

HOT Good make

Damn, must not buy I got a vango one last year and then the trangia, I surely can.t need another

Tempted

bobbler

I am guessing that it would be the £30 retail price as you could see by … I am guessing that it would be the £30 retail price as you could see by clicking on the link in the original post??



Yes. Thanks for that.

The point I was trying to make was that for those of us without a Go Outdoors discount card, the retail price of this is £30.00.

Or, if you add the cost of a Go Outdoors discount card (currently £5/year), the in-store price of this stove is £9.99, plus you get to use your card for the remaining 12 months.

So the £4.99 stove offer price is a deal for existing Go Outdoors card holders, which the OP mentions but does not state how much it costs to join the GO discount scheme.

I think £4.99 (£5.97 online) is a good price for this stove but I can't imagine that Go Outdoors ever sold many (if any) of these at £30.00.

I hate the fact they try & make you pay for a discount card and also get personal details from you..... which is the reason I wont shop at Go Outdoors.

This specific Coleman gas system has been going a few years now, but its never really taken off. Hardly surprising seeing the expense of it, and its become a bit of a fail.
I remember on UK Campsite forum a while back people were trying to refill these bottles from large propane bottles.... with only limited success.
The only upside I can see to them, is that its propane, so will work well at lower temps from the usual butane canisters.

the gas canisters arn't expensise....grahams the plumber merchants in Wolverhampton sell the big ones for 8 quid.

koski316

the gas canisters arn't expensise....grahams the plumber merchants in … the gas canisters arn't expensise....grahams the plumber merchants in Wolverhampton sell the big ones for 8 quid.



What do you mean 'The big ones' ??
They only do one size, that's 465 grams...... 8 quid is expensive for that amount of gas.
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