Fuel, Propane, Butane
Butane/propane mix canisters are lightweight, resalable, and easily connect to stoves and lanterns. Most canister appliances are lightweight and simple to use, so if you are a backpacker who counts ounces and appreciates convenience this fuel is for you. Downsides are that canisters can't be recycled, and in subfreezing temperatures, the fuel does not perform well. Or at all. Cold temperatures affect the pressure in the canister, so performance is best in mild to moderate conditions, main advantages: convenience and light weight includes a collar notch on top of the canister that provides easy alignment in appliances
Ever have trouble lighting lanterns in extreme weather? Then this is the item for you. This one gallon of liquid fuel can be used on any Coleman item that requires liquid fuel. There is easy clean-upi and resistance to gumming.
Standard size and configuration to fit most portable butane stoves. UL approved canister.
$4.39 - $29.34
PowerGas 4 season propane/isobutane/butane blend with international Lindal valve.
The Primus 450 gram Power Gas Canister (P-220293) will let you cook with gas on your next camping trip. This reliable canister contains a unique Newgas mixture known as 4 Seasons. Steeped in Swedish engineering, Primus has been globally recognized for pioneering outdoor cooking since 1892. Since then its innovative products have made countless expeditions possible through outstanding quality and performance: a Primus stove accompanied Roald Amundsen when he was the first person to reach the South Pole on 14 December 1911. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay used a Primus on Mount Everest when they climbed the summit on 29 May 1953. Use the Primus Power Gas Canister to power your camp stove or similar appliance for cooking, boiling water, melting snow and more.
7 oz. burns 2 hours. Best size for use with the folding stove. Also fits fondue pots, chafing dishes, warming trays, etc. Package of 2
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