Your campfire's officially fired

Coleman Outdoor Portable Oven & Stove


March 15, 2012 Sports and Outdoors : Camping By Photo by Coleman
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The antithesis of ultralight backpacking? Hauling your own oven to bake 12′ frozen pizzas in the great outdoors. We’re not saying there’s anything wrong with the drag-your-home-into-the-bush mentality (we’ll wolf down a DiGiorno as fast as the next desperate soul after days of dehydrated meals), but at 41 lbs, Coleman’s new outdoor portable oven and stove ($250) isn’t the easiest thing to carry. Those who work out the physics of it all will be rewarded, though, with two 5,300-btu burners fired by a matchless igniter and a large oven capable of holding a 9″ x 13″ baking pan. It’s all fueled by a disposable 1lbs propane cylinder, but just in case Martha Stewart’s lurking around your tent, the unit can be adapted to use a 20-lbs cylinder for serious baking blitzes. If your dutch oven complains, eat those fresh cookies around the campfire, ignite the coffee machine and you’ll forget about it in no time.

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