When deciding between Firebox vs Coleman 2000020951, it is important to factor features, cost and reviews into the purchasing decision. Our product comparison highlights these elements and provides considerations to help you make your purchase. We directly compare the Firebox and Coleman 2000020951 in our comparison table:
Firebox Bushcraft Camp Stove Kit – Wood Burning/Multi Fuel – Collapsible/Folding – Portable Campfire – Model Gen 2 5 inch / G2-5″ Stainless Steel Camping Stove
Coleman Portable Butane Stove with Carrying Case
MOST VERSATILE with more available accessories, a detachable Ash Pan and 4 Firesticks (which work as food skewers) means more possible setups / positions (Search YouTube “Firebox Stove Demonstration”). Plus the Firebox can be fueled several different ways (side, top or pre-fuel) including the revolutionary Swedish Torch Method (over an hour cook time with no fire management! Search YouTube “Firebox Stove Swedish Torch Breakfast”)
HIGHEST BTU OUTPUT Hinged damper for additional exhaust capacity allows more combustion air to support pre-fueling (other stoves with less exhaust capacity are forced to exhaust out the feed hole causing flame to pan bypass). Firebox always maintains flame to pan contact. Boil 2 cups of water as fast as 2:40 (Search YouTube “Firebox Stove Boil Test”) The Cross Feed Fuel Delivery with upwards angle for flame velocity and crossed sticks for turbulence is the perfect recipe for efficiency.
MOST DURABLE thicker stainless steel and an engineered expansion management system make the Firebox the strongest stove on the market with the least amount of warp (Search YouTube “Firebox Stove Engineered Warp Control”) barrel type hinges are stronger and don’t flex or slide like other hinge designs (Search YouTube “Firebox Camping Stove Strength Test!”)
EASY TO USE Firebox Firesticks are not cumbersome like other “trivets” and when stored serve to hold the Firebox closed in its folded position. Having two smaller feed ports (rather than one large hole) prevents debris from falling out even with a full burn chamber. Our four panel hinged folding design is more rigid and solid (not at all floppy like six panel accordion designs)
100% stainless steel construction is easily maintained with a light coat of oil between uses. Used world wide since 2011.
Instastart ignition for matchless lighting; 7,650 total BTUs of cooking power
Fits up to a 10-inch pan
Lasts up to 1.25 hours on high on one 8.8 oz. butane gas cylinder (sold separately)
Adjustable burner gives precise temperature control, and large base offers stability for easy stirring
Durable porcelain-coated grate is easy to clean, and aluminum burner is rust-proof for years of use
Carry case included
1-year limited warranty
Both the Firebox and Coleman 2000020951 have different aspects to compare. From a size perspective, the Firebox is larger compared to the Coleman 2000020951. From a weight perspective, the Firebox is lighter compared to the Coleman 2000020951. From a review count perspective, Coleman 2000020951 has more reviews, which may be an indicator that it is the more popular product between the two. From a review perspective, Firebox has the better review rating, indicating it may be the favored product at time of writing. Finally from a price perspective, the Firebox cost more than the Coleman 2000020951, making the Coleman 2000020951 the cheaper option. From a feature perspective, the Firebox has less features compared to the Coleman 2000020951, which one should consider in addition to price.
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