Coleman Aluminum High Stove Stand
Won't Camp without it!
I have two of these and have had mine for about 19 years now. I grew up camping with our extended family who also had these. It has had a few uses for us over the years. One of them I use as a trash bag holder...as did my family. I also have used it for the cooler to keep it up off the ground. I have also used it for our propane stove until I purchased a camp kitchen.
This is one thing I will NOT go camping without!
After reading another review for it, I will have to try it with one of the tubs/bins.
May 27, 2014
Not user friendly
the product unlike what it seems in the picture is not user friendly with poor construction and poor stability. I ordered two of them. I just opened the box, stretched the part, inpect it then I wrapped it up and threw it in the garage
September 25, 2012
build your own better
I bought this for my stove since that's what it was designed for. It is not stable, there is nothing to keep the stove safely centered on it. Don't waste your time on this stand. Anyone at least a little handy can build a better stand on their own. Even a Husky collapsing work bench is much bettter and cheaper.
October 7, 2011
We won't go camping without it!
We own three of these stove stands. We purchased the first two stands 8 to 10 years ago, and have used them several times each year. They are none the worse for wear. We put our 2-burner camp stove on one stand and the ice chest on a second one. Based on the design of our current stove, we must carefully gauge the proper width of the stand for the stove, but once it is set up, it is perfect. The feet of the stand have holes for staking the stand in conditions where you might feel a need to do so, such as when set up on uneven terrain, or if you anticipate people or pets might be inclined to bump into it. Overall, we find the stands to be very stable.
We like this design over a camp "kitchen" because it allows the flexibility of setting up each component individually, based on the characteristics of the camp site. This stand cannot be beat for portability: lightweight and extremely compact when collapsed. We use the 3rd stand to get our camp box off the ground, or we place a board over the top of the stand to make a portable table for preparation, dish washing, or to support a small grill.
I consider the Coleman High Stand an excellent value, and we don't go camping without it!
June 4, 2009