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Stove Top Portable Oven

Item #62CC0
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Folds into a small square for carrying and storage so it's great for camping. Fits neatly over one burner.
  • Door has built-in thermometer
  • 11-5/8" sq x 12-1/2"H
  • Folds to just 11-5/8" x 12-1/2" x 2"
  • Aluminized steel
  • 9 lb
  • Imported


Customer Reviews of Stove Top Portable Oven
Product Rating: 3.3 out of 5.0(6 reviews)
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- 3/24/2013
said: Anonymous User
"Wife bought this at one of the home improvement stores (Menards) for 29.00 new item,she baked cinnamon rolls in it using the house cook stove. The burner was set on high and the timer for 18 minutes.The thermostat barely reached 400* at six minutes I pulled out the pan and they were done. Next test will be outside in winter (colder) conditions. $59.00 is a little pricey as you can find these on Ebay for less. "
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- 5/3/2011
said: Glenn Steele
"This is our 2nd Coleman oven. My wife bought our 1st one 25 years ago. We would never go camping without it. From time to time over 25 years I've had to repair a handle or knob or straighten up the bottom a little. That's expected with 25 years of service. We've cooked everything from cakes to potatoes and monkey bread with ours. We're buying the new oven so we can give the old one to our kids. It still has many years of service in it. Use it on a Coleman camp stove and it will work the way it's made to. Happy camping. Glenn"
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- 9/30/2010
said: Susan Richardson
"Personally I would have rated this stove a 5 if it had not been that it does not work well on a wood stove unless used as a warming oven. I use my stove top oven regularly on both my Coleman stove and my propane cooking stove. I use it as a range top "toaster oven" and love it. It helps save fuel when cooking small items and is good in the summer when one does not want to heat up the house with the full size oven. Over all I think this was one of the best kitchen appliances I have purchased in a very long time."
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- 8/11/2010
said: Dwight
"The oven works well with a Coleman camp stove. I've cooked a small turkey, several pies, and numerous muffins. There are a few issues: First, it's hard to get higher than about 350 degrees. Second, the thin metal will warp over time if you use the stove at full heat. (Coleman stoves can be pretty hot!) I recommend keeping the heat at a reasonable level and taking your time to bake your food."
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- 3/8/2013
said: Anonymous User
"Too many holes to hold heat well. Not great as an oven vs. a warming box. Tried it a couple of times as an oven but temperature was just too hard to control & to keep consistent NO INSULATION to hold in the heat. Ridiculous. Folded it up, put on a shelf & never used it again. A waste of money."
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- 5/12/2010
said: Ron
"I bought this oven because it says it can be used on a woodstove and I thought it would be a nice accessory item for the woodstoves we manufacture. After trying it on 2 different models, I have to say it does NOT work well on a woodstove. Even with sustained stovetop temps of 450° or more, the oven thermometer barely got to 250° and typically hovered around 200°; clearly not hot enough to bake in (I verifed these temps with a regular oven thermometer just to be sure). It just seems like there are too many holes in this thing to sustain a baking temp without the direct flame contact of the propane burner for which it was designed."
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