Cook up some of your favourite camp meals with just a push of a button when you pack the Coleman® Triton™ Series 2 Burner Stove Camp Stove. With a cooking surface that fits both a 12 in. and 10 in. (30.48 cm and 25.4 cm) pan at the same time, you'll have lots of room to make all your crew's favourite dishes. You'll love the 22,000 BTUs of adjustable cooking power and PerfectFlow™ pressure control technology that keeps the heat steady, even in extreme conditions. WindBlock™ panels help shield your flame from wind and also fold down to use as side tables for all your prep work. When you're done cooking, remove the chrome-plated grate for easy cleaning.
22,000 total BTUs of cooking power
2 adjustable burners can fit 12-in. & 10-in. (30.48 cm & 25.4 cm) pans at the same time
WindBlock™ panels help shield burners from wind
Instastart™ ignition lets you light the stove with the push of a button, no matches needed
PerfectFlow™ & PerfectHeat™ technology offers consistent performance even in extreme conditions and uses less fuel for efficiency
Durable, chrome-plated grate is removable for easy cleaning
Aluminized steel cooktop is rust-resistant
Lasts up to 1.8 hours with both burners on high
3-year limited warranty
Fuel Type :Propane
Where to Buy
The following link will take you to a site outside of Coleman CA.
Rated 2 out of
Hank 4 from
Loved but but broke quicklyI have had this stove a year and used it s dozen times. Worked great. I even kept it in the protective carrying case but the other day I tried to use it and the threads wouldn't allow the propane tank holder to screw on to the stove. I've taken good care and had used it the week before. My son-in-law has had the same problem. When this happens the stove can't work. Should not have happened. I have two of the old kinds that use Coleman fuel and the are 50 years old and still work great. This version using propane is not reliable. I would hate to be out in the woods and be counting on this one for cooking dinner. Fortunately we had a charcoal grill to cook on.
Date published: 2018-01-22
Rated 5 out of
Easy to use, good flame adjustabilityI have had this stove for 3 years now, using it a few times a year, and it works great. I added a 5 lb propane tank and hose so I could use refillable propane tanks and get a longer burn time. Hate disposable tanks. I also got the griddle for it which I used for eggs, toast and even as a disperser to very gently warm things. I can get from a full boil to a fairly gentle simmer with these burners. Nice, light and compact. Only very minor grievance is where you store the propane tank tube that connects to the outside. It just kinda flops around inside the stove, but this is nit picky.
Date published: 2018-02-05
Rated 5 out of
Reliable, care freeWith hurracaine Maria hitting us at 150mph, this Triton was our main stove for 40 days when the power grid dropped.
Date published: 2017-10-28
Rated 3 out of
Good stove, with one bad exceptionCooks fast, lightweight and clean up is a breeze. The big downfall of this stove are the control knobs. First time using it one knob stripped and rendered one burner useless. Why this was not designed with a D shaft verses a star pattern on the control shafts is beyond me. I take excellent care of my camping equipment, this should never have happened
Date published: 2019-07-08
Rated 4 out of
Rocky Mtns from
Almost 5-starColeman Triton camp stove w/o built-in ignitor
+Burners that go to "11"
+Regulator. I don't know about claimed Perfect heat/flow tech, but I mostly use this stove @7,500-12K elevations of Colorado in cool and sometimes freezing temperatures, and I've taken it to low and hot Big Bend NP desert areas and it has performed flawlessly.
-Grate. This Coleman stove was designed to accommodate an optional lightweight, non-stick aluminum griddle that can stow inside. I don't plan to purchase one, but this griddle use objective likely influenced its grate layout. It's unclear if this led to, imo, the following problem: It has straight bars that bisect the centers of curved-inward spaces over its burners. Unfortunately, if these bars aren't level with but higher than nearby curved bars, small pots/kettles/skillets/camp cups, can high-center and tilt.
-Oversize plastic burner control knobs that protrude from stove edge beyond flush home range style, which makes them vulnerable to being damaged on a mobile stove even when it's inside a travel/storage case. There is already an indention in stove body at that point so a burner control redesign would be straight-forward. For ex., metal controls that have a fold-out/fold back flat, thumb key design, or a low-profile metal dial would be so much better. I have o.arthritis in my hands and I could operate those or other method. It's just that no stove owner should even have to think about whacking plastic b.knob on on a park table, tailgate, or maybe a slip of cast iron skillet.
Dear Coleman: This model -and maybe all Coleman camp stoves- could use a travel/storage case redesign fabricated with mixed materials, perhaps with a regulator storage pocket instead of having to use the inside stove rattle hole. And you could skip the bottle pouches and most users would be fine with that tradeoff for an overall smaller, fitted package that's easier to stow.
Date published: 2019-04-20
Rated 5 out of
Best camp stove I've owned[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have been camping all my life & have always used a Coleman stove (our first stove used white gas & you had to pump the canister). I was blown away when I first used the Triton Propane stove on how easy it was to set up & light the burner. Just a push of the button & it was ready! Water boiled so fast, I was caught off guard & had to scramble to find my instant coffee.
Date published: 2019-02-06
Rated 5 out of
Nice little stove, easy to use, store and cleanI bought for camping. It is very easy to use. The side and back panel keep the wind out. I was able to use 2 large cast iron skillet at one time
Date published: 2017-11-16
Rated 4 out of
Carolyn from NY from
Got the job done with less hassleStove was so much easier when exhausted from a long hike than making a wood fire and easier to control the heat output than the alcohol stove used when backpacking (the recycled aluminum soda can type). The price was more reasonable than for other brands with fewer BTUs. The only negative aspect was the arm holding the propane canister. I had trouble getting it tight enough to hold the can at the weird angle required and not "drooping" from weight.