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GeekOKent

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If I wasn't aiming for fewer fuel options, the Coleman dual is definitely the way to go. And everyone seems to have one, so spares are easy.
 

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Of course, there is a Coleman, just like the petrol one that works off gas.

My previous stove before the dual fuel was a Coleman Gladiator propane twin burner, worked well on blowtorch 400g propane refills (about a tenner a go). It was ok, but the dual fuel is a more durable thing.
 
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So decided to get two stoves, gas for local travel weekend meets etc and a dual fuel for longer trips. Need to design my kitchen to take the largest and we should be all good to go.
 

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Stove 1 arrived today. Fired up OK using unleaded, but has a little popping? Referred to youtube and don't think I have done anything wrong, any ideas?
 

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A bit late to the party here but another vote for the Coleman dual fuel 2 burner stove. Maybe not quite as quick to light as just turning a knob on a canister powered stove but they have no problem with low temperatures and has Chris has pointed out, are 100% reliable with basic maintenance and correct lighting procedures. :thumbup:
 

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Good clean flame, I'd suggest just giving it another 10 pumps
 
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