Happy Saturday everyone! So who's up for a boiled water test? I decided to take my 1981 Coleman 502 single burner, my BernzOmatic De Luxe TX550L propane single burner, and my undated Coleman 4M dual burner stove and do a boil test. Unfortunately I don't have 3 pots the exact same size, so I used what I had. Each pot was filled with 1 litre of tap water and allowed to sit for roughly 1/2 an hour to normalize the water temp. The two Coleman fueled stoves were warmed up for about 5 minutes before the test started and I warmed up the propane one for a minute as well. All stoves were run on high. I put the largest pot on the propane one so that I could have the stove on high otherwise the flames go up the sides of the pot. In 3rd place we have the Coleman 502 at roughly 12 minutes to bring 1 litre of water to a boil. In 2nd place we have the BernzOmatic propane at roughly 8 minutes 15 seconds. And in 1st place, surprising probably no one, is the old & trusty Coleman 4M, bringing 1 litre of water to boil in roughly 5 minutes 50 seconds. I am hoping to get myself a tripod for my phone one of these days so that I can video the whole test.