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Old 03-04-2010, 08:30 AM   #1
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Coleman cooktop / grill / crock pot

by accident i found this:


it has a cook top, grill and crock pot, pretty cool






The Griddle surface features a non-stick, dishwasher-safe coating while the 100-square inch grill offers the additional durability of porcelain-coated stamped steel. With each cooking surface locked into place for a secure cooking surface, complete, multi-course meals - just like those made at home - can be possible. With the available six-quart stockpot/slow cooker, cook chili and other dishes, keep stews, soups and dips warm on low temperature, or turn up the heat and cook at temperatures up to 450 degrees F.

With an expandable, zippered carrying case that is standard the All-In-One Cooking System is powered by 16.4-ounce disposable propane cylinder to produce 5,000 BTU of cooking power so you can take the convenience and menu variety of home wherever outdoor adventures might be. A latching lid helps manage the pieces and also can serve to maintain heat and improve cooking efficiencies. The stove system operates on a disposable propane cylinder and features push-button electronic ignition.

Coleman Signature Series All-in-One Cooking System with Expandable Carry Bag Includes: Stove, stove grate, griddle, grill grate and carry bag Power: 5,000 BTU

Cooking Surface: Stove features removable and dishwasher safe nickel-coated grate and aluminized steel drip pan; griddle offers a non-stick coating for easy clean up. Grill grate is porcelain coated and constructed of stamped steel for durability and dishwater compatibility and offers authentic open-flame grilling.

Ignition: InstaStart™ matchless lighting system Fuel: Operates on 16.4-ounce propane cylinder (sold separately) Key Feature: An upgraded package that includes the grill grate and carry bag, this compact and easy-to-transport cooker that converts quickly from stove to griddle, grill or slow cooker to meet most all outdoor cooking needs. Accessories (sold separately): Stock Pot/Slow Cooker MSRP: $99.99

Accessory Stock Pot/Slow Cooker Designed for use with the Coleman Signature Series All-In-One Cooking System Construction: Porcelain-coated stamped steel Care: Dishwasher safe Capacity: 6 quarts Features: Simmer or boiling capability; view-through, vented, locking lid MSRP: $39.99
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Old 03-04-2010, 08:38 AM   #2
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Re: Coleman cooktop / grill / crock pot

The question is how long can one of those green 1lb propane canisters fire on low? My prairie fire beans take at least 6 hours!
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Old 03-04-2010, 03:04 PM   #3
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Re: Coleman cooktop / grill / crock pot

BW where did you find it?
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Old 03-05-2010, 01:50 PM   #4
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Not available yet?

info:
http://www.coleman.com/coleman/ColemanC ... 2000003609
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Re: Coleman cooktop / grill / crock pot

Looks like just out of stock at coleman:
http://www.campingworld.com/shopping/it ... ateid=3038

There are a bunch of other results I didn't pull up.
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Re: Coleman cooktop / grill / crock pot

Found it at Cabelas
They appear to have them
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Re: Coleman cooktop / grill / crock pot

Thank you all.

Jage, they write burning time 4 hours.
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Old 03-05-2010, 04:26 PM   #8
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...and you can get one of the little 4-lb. propane bottles (at Lowe's, for instance). They're small, easy to stow, have the same connector set-up as the big cylinders, and can be adapted easily to Coleman stuff. Refilling one of these costs way less than buying new "green bottles," but the intitial cost is kinda high. Then Jage would have enough gas for lots of beans (or is it the other way around?).
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I was already thinking how to swap the little bottle for a bigger one, thanks for the information.
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...and you can get one of the little 4-lb. propane bottles (at Lowe's, for instance). They're small, easy to stow, have the same connector set-up as the big cylinders, and can be adapted easily to Coleman stuff. Refilling one of these costs way less than buying new "green bottles," but the intitial cost is kinda high. Then Jage would have enough gas for lots of beans (or is it the other way around?).

no kidding, 4 lb bottles
will have ta ck manana
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