Discussion in 'Coleman Peak 1' started by HercL4D2, Aug 28, 2016.
Just wondering if this Predated the 400, 400a and 400B models.
No this is the 400 Feather.
I defer you to the label on the stove. Image 3 calls out Peak 1 Stove and image 5 clearly Calls out Model 3024. Nowhere on the stove is described the word Feather or model 400.
Granted this is true, but the stove is a 400. Check this post out.
Here are some pictures of the 400B Feather. Look at your pictures and look at this 400 Feather they are one in the same. Your stove was made later.
The 3024 may be the most confusing piece, The 3024 is a short-lived "mountain" version, a re-marketing of existing stove models IE 3024 = stove more commonly referred to as model 400B.
Here's a picture of the 400A stove which has two control levers.
Why quibble...I agree it's a 3024...says right on it. At some point in time it might make a BIG difference to someone. If it's yours, nice score.
I think they are having fun with the details. An interesting read.
Is that a date code I see on each of your stoves?
Yep it is. The 400A is a bit blurry.
Blueflame is correct in saying why quibble because it isn't worth arguing about. The 3024 Mountain, 400A, and 400B stoves are good stoves.
I don't see how discussion is an argument.
@teckguy_58 Thank you for clearing that up. I have the 400 and 400a stoves just could not locate a 3024 in the gallery. It is in there now. The label on a stove in good condition is important.
I think it is important to get details of a stove in the gallery and have that posted as to what it is.
On the 400B there is a date code 10 8C and to be truthful I'm not sure what the 8C means. The date stamps I've seen are usually in this format 10 08.
On @HercL4D2 3024 all I can see is 10 but there may be more I'm just not seeing.
If you want to know more about the 400 types of stoves @Doc Mark is the man to talk to and he can add a lot of information plus the history.
I was simply trying to contribute to the date question. The stamping didn't come up, so I did.
Doc has been really busy lately.
Ken in NC
I have one of these in a box unused someplace. Coleman was always "rebranding" these, presumably for marketing purposes. Did the same thing with an Exponent model of this stove, with bronze paint.