Coleman® Outdoor Camp Oven
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- Baking capability at the camp site
- Collapsible design for easy carrying - folds flat
- Fits over any traditional two- or three-burner camp stove
- Adjustable steel rack
- Easy to read thermometer
- Aluminized steel construction
Expand your cooking capabilities at the camp site with this easy to use Camp Oven from the camping experts at Coleman. This collapsible aluminized steel oven simply fits down over any traditional two- or three-burner camp stove and traps the heat for baking and warming capability. Oven features an adjustable steel rack for baking flexibility. Easy to read thermometer helps you maintain proper heat control. Folds flat for storage. Top handle for easy moving. Quit lugging prepared foods to camp and bake them fresh when you want to with this easy to bring along camp oven! 12''W x 11-1/2''D x 12-1/4''H exterior dimensions when in use.
Manufacturer model #: 5010D700T
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 18
Rated 5 out of 5 by tunder nice camp oven
made biscuits and gravy in it, and they came out great. was easy to regulate the temp. I put a digital thermometer in it, door thermometer ran just a little hotter than it.
I found the easiest way to find pans that fit it, is to get toaster oven pans
December 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JeffFromPA Coleman Stove
Had one of these for over 20 years, and is still kicking out pizzas, biscuits, breakfast casseroles. You name it! going to be ordering another because according to Coleman they will be dicontinuing it. So I want a back up for the next 20 years, plus will have an extra rack to use. I would reccomend to anyone looking to do some real oven food in the outdoors.
September 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by nichra Coleman Come threw again!
Pops up and open with ease! Compact stow away design! Work great!
My 16 yr old son used the oven first on a dual burner instant on Coleman stove. Biscuits came out perfect!
July 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by dwoodroof just like home
I bought this oven a couple of years ago to go with my emergency equipment, but never really tried it until now to see how well it would work. I slowly heated it up to around 425 degrees and made some biscuits. They turned out perfect. The first time I used it was to make cornbread, but heating up to the recipe's heat setting it was burned on the bottom. I was using the middle rack setting. When I made the biscuits, I used the top rack and 25 - 50 degrees less heat, so from now on I'll use a lesser heat setting.
I also took the thermostat out and put it in my home oven. The guage is right on at 300 and 400 degrees.
I'm glad I tried this oven first before buying the $300 propane oven.This oven will get hotter and bake just as good as home.
July 19, 2013
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