Coleman F1 Ultralight Stove
A solid and light gas stove
Coleman F1 Ultralight Stove is the lightest coleman propane
got to use it for some time. It's as small as it gets and really
It weighs something like 3oz, which is really the minimum
for gas stoves. I used it only to boil
water and it boils water
in no time. Apart from that, the flame diameter is good
cooking. It simmers real nice too. So I'm pretty sure you can use it
for cooking all kinds of stuff.
What I like the most about it, is that you can easily hide it
standard gas canister. Also, I love its performance. It's amazing
how strong it is. On the other hand, it takes a minute to assemble
it, which can be a bit of a nag. You have to screw the burner in place
and to fan the three
Here is what I
like and dislike about it. What I mention here is
comparing to other canister stoves.
- Hot, Hot, Hot! It runs very strong.
- Simmers quite well
- Small and light weight. Extremly compact when packed.
- Messing with assembling shouldn’t be included when you use
- Price. You can get other stoves with same abilities for
Comparing Ultralight canister stoves
Ultralight Stove Vs MSR
pocket rocket Vs Optimus
Here is a small comparison between three ultralight gas stoves. Yes, I
know, there are also the Snow Peak LiteMax (2oz), the Soto Micro
Regulator (2.6oz) and others. I simply have less experience with them
so I stick with those I konw the best.
as the others
It tends to turn off in low
pot holders in
place. Screwing the burner in place.
unfold the top of the burner
hold the pot holders in place are somewhat
Best seller, for a
Deals well with winds.
cool! The look you get whenever
someone sees the folding mechanism for the first time…
It's also about 15$ less.
have to have the coolest gadget
The Coleman F1 Ultralight is
a great stove
, it's very compact, very light and very
MSR pocket rocket is better in price and
in simplicity. It's up
to you to choose.
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