Magazine article Geographical

Man Created Fire. Coleman Packaged It: Compromise Is Not an Option-Certainly Not on an Expedition, and Not Even on a Weekend Trip. Coleman Equipment Adheres to This Philosophy, as Is Evident in Its New Range of Stoves. (Georgraphical Promotion)

Magazine article Geographical

Man Created Fire. Coleman Packaged It: Compromise Is Not an Option-Certainly Not on an Expedition, and Not Even on a Weekend Trip. Coleman Equipment Adheres to This Philosophy, as Is Evident in Its New Range of Stoves. (Georgraphical Promotion)

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The new F1 range by Coleman features no-nonsense stoves that will set an avid trekker's pulse racing. Focusing on weight and power--key criteria for any outdoor enthusiast--Coleman has created one of the lightest and most powerful stoves available.

Ultimately, facts are what's important, and at just 77 grams, the F1 Lite is a real featherweight. That doesn't mean that this stove compromises on power; with an impressive 4,800-watt output, the F1 Lite wipes the floor with its nearest competitor.

While a good power-to-weight ratio is essential, it means nothing if a stove can't provide an exceptional performance outdoors and in all conditions. In order to create superior stoves, Coleman looked to industries where performance is critical. The F1 range is constructed from technologically advanced materials including PEEK plastic, which is commonly used by the aerospace industry. It is both shock and heat resistant to 320[degrees]C, but will also withstand a phenomenal -60[degrees]C.

The F1 Lite is also compact, with a unique detachable head and an 11-gram textile carry pouch, which won't scratch your pan while in transit. The stove can be packed away in the pouch in just over a minute after use--perfect for a quick pit-stop. …

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