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defboat

RO# 9541

Posted - May 15 2008 :  15:33:12  Show Profile  Reply with Quote


I'm about ready to buy our third 'portable butane 'cooker' for the boat and would like your recommendations and advice, please. Would like stainless...so hopefully it will last longer than 2 summers this time!

Looked at a Coleman brand online...anyone have one? any advice or links would be appreciated? Thanks!

Homeport: boats in New Castle, NH

Sunny

RO# 10414

Posted - May 16 2008 :  16:46:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Def, Can you be more specific? Are you looking for a single burner, multiple or just the flame burner on a stand, like they make for frying turkeys or boiling big pots on?
I've seen all of the above in butane fueled stainless.



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defboat

RO# 9541

Posted - May 19 2008 :  11:13:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
hope this link works, not good at this stuff...its similar to this but I'd like it stainless...

www.coleman.com/coleman/colemancom/detail.asp?product_id=2800-750


thanks for any advice!



Homeport: boats in New Castle, NH Go to Top of Page

Sunny

RO# 10414

Posted - May 19 2008 :  15:11:18  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I don't have any experience with these, but here's what I found. You can take a look. Good Luck.
Of course I checked BF first!!!!

http://www.discountmarinesupplies.com/Stoves_Cooktops-SEAWARD_ONE_BURNER_COUNTER_TOP_BUTANE_STOVE.html

http://www.stpaulmercantile.com/glowmast.htm






Homeport: Seneca River, NY Go to Top of Page

Tanqueray

RO# 17091

Posted - May 19 2008 :  16:04:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
My personal opinion is that those liquid gas stoves and/or burners are probably one of the most dangerous things you can have on a boat. I already know that most people here will disagree with me but I've seen to many cases of leaking lines resulting in VERY FAST FLARE-UPS and fires and alot of damage even when put out quickly. The first thing I do with every boat I've ever had was to dismantle it......remove the tanks and make them virtually inoperable.

KALENA II

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defboat

RO# 9541

Posted - May 21 2008 :  16:02:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Sunny, that does look like S/S - thanks much! and yes, I absolutely check BF first and foremost! appreciate it...

Tang - yes, we did get rid of our alcohol stove, too...but this butane burner cooker I believe is safe and I always use it in the open area. I am on my third one!



Homeport: boats in New Castle, NH Go to Top of Page

Sunny

RO# 10414

Posted - May 22 2008 :  19:42:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Bon Appetit Def! May it last longer than the others ;o)
I'm sure after going through three of them you are well aware of the safety issues, and have them covered.



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