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Coleman Centennial Single Stove

  • Coleman Centennial Stove
3.00 LBS

Product Description

Brand new in the box.

Made in the USA.

These stoves were made in 2001 to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Coleman.

These stoves were made to be distributed to Japan, instructions are in Japanese.

Uses Coleman Fuel or Unleaded gasoline only.


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  1. A 100 year old technology and still going on strong - The Coleman 100 Year Anniversary One Burner Stove 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Apr 2015

    My dad wasn't born yet when the Coleman Co. began operations. I grew up in the 50's and many households were still using Coleman Lanterns a/o Kerosene lamps. Everybody was familiar at that time with the two burner white gas stove and were using it on camping/fishing/hunting trips. In my teens, being of the young generation I bought a Coleman rectangular butane stove, not realizing that these little cartridges did not last long. Shortly thereafter Camping Gaz came out with a different type of one burner stove and lantern using the un-resealable cartridges. They were very popular in Europe and certainly north of the 49th. Later on, Coleman did another attempt at a cartridge stove even with two burners and you don't see those anymore either. The only one to survive is the screw-on cartridge that is used by MSR, Primus and everybody else. However, the white gas stove is still going on strong and the fuel can still be found everywhere. On the other hand, the LP gas cartridges for the PicNic stove as well as the Xtreme fuel cannisters as well as the Camping Gaz cabbisters have pretty well disappeared from the market while good old white gas is still around. The worst part, is me spending money on the new technologies, well three out of four and all of that to go back to the original one...

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