Now for the Coleman 425E

Discussion in 'Coleman No:425' started by Vacek, Feb 13, 2017.

  1. Vacek

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    Coleman 4530E  1.JPG Coleman 4530E  2.JPG Coleman 4530E  3.JPG Coleman 4530E  4.JPG

    Here are the pics on the Coleman 4530E I got today for $9.99.
    Note the burned area.
     
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    snwcmpr SotM Winner Subscriber

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  3. Vacek

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    Goofed up. Skip this one. By the way, how does one delete
     
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    Ask a moderator to fix it for you.

    ....Arch
     
  5. Billyboy

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    Any Coleman suitcase that seen use will have that burn.
     
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    Right along with having the hair singed off the back of his hands, trying to light the sorry sod!

    Murph
     
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    I have two 425's, an E and a newer F. Both are very solid stoves and are as reliable and as good as it gets. I think of them as very stable double single burners! Perfect to throw in the back of the vehicle. I use them in tandem with a 413 with my camper kitchen.