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Postby eieio1 » Wed Feb 08, 2006 9:44 pm

I received the new Spring Cabela's catalog today and saw this:

Cabela's Coleman Oven Link

Coleman Site Link

Looks pretty slick and "retro".

The specs differ from the Cabela's site to the Coleman site???

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Postby bledsoe3 » Thu Feb 09, 2006 1:16 am

Wow! I just might have to get one of those. Seems like it would be better than one of those you put on top of your stove. :twisted:
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Postby Gage » Thu Feb 09, 2006 2:14 am

That one is cool. I just can't let my wife see it right now. No money. :cry:
Thanks for the heads up Archie. That was put on the list of 'Things need to get.' $>

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Postby Ben W » Thu Feb 09, 2006 10:30 am

Don't forget about this option... like the flaminetta.

Outback Camping Products Stainless Steel Camp Stove/Oven

This is what I'll be upgrading to in the Yoder Toter, once it arrives.
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Re: New Coleman Oven

Postby Grey Duck » Thu Feb 09, 2006 12:20 pm

eieio1 wrote:I received the new Spring Cabela's catalog today and saw this:

Cabela's Coleman Oven Link

Coleman Site Link

Looks pretty slick and "retro".

The specs differ from the Cabela's site to the Coleman site???

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Here is some more info:

http://www.coleman.com/coleman/ColemanC ... asenum=272


Now I have to rethink the galley layout.

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Postby IndyTom » Thu Feb 09, 2006 6:09 pm

Ben W wrote:Don't forget about this option... like the flaminetta.

Outback Camping Products Stainless Steel Camp Stove/Oven

This is what I'll be upgrading to in the Yoder Toter, once it arrives.


OK, now I think I am in love. :R
That is the kind of camp stove I have been looking for for a while now. I haven't gotten the Cabela's catalogue for a long time, looks like Im going to have to renew my subsrciption.
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Postby Rob » Thu Feb 09, 2006 6:54 pm

Yep, definately another must-have! :lol:
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Postby kurtibm » Thu Feb 09, 2006 7:27 pm

Through our Boy Scout discount they're but $65.28 direct from Coleman.
Now I'VE got to have one.....
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Postby Ira » Fri Feb 10, 2006 8:42 am

IndyTom wrote:[
OK, now I think I am in love. :R


That was my first reaction when I saw it 6 months ago, but I keep changing my mind.

I'll be doing most of my outings hooked to shore power (and if not, a generator), and since I definitely want a microwave, I'm going to get a convection microwave--which acts as a "real" oven.

So at $199 for this, remove the now uneeded oven capability, and there's no reason to get it.

Of course, it's the coolest dang thing around, can't be beat when there's no power, and I might change my mind yet again.
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Postby IndyTom » Fri Feb 10, 2006 9:18 am

One of the biggest reasons I want to build my teardrop is that I hate raceday traffic around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. I am planning to head out a couple of days early and set up camp. That way my family can join me the night before the race and we are there raceday morning. Then we can sit back and laugh at all the people stuck in traffic just like we have been all these years. Thing is, only lot I can afford to park in has no shore power, and if Im running a generator, it will be for airconditioning or battery charging (the weather around the Brickyard 400 can be pretty warm some years ). So I want to be able to do as much as possible without shore power. Otherwise your idea of a convection microwave is one that I havent thought of, but I really like.
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Postby Ira » Fri Feb 10, 2006 9:29 am

That's the thing, Tom:

The best set-up is to have a combination AC-DC system, and with a lot of guys doing some really off-the-beaten-path type trips, it makes sense.

But in the heat of South Florida, HAVING to run my AC a heck of a lot of the time, I went 110 only. Worst case scenario without a generator is to run the system off DC via an inverter, except for the air, of course.

The other thing about that Outback oven--and like I said I love the crap out of it--is that you can get a straight Brickman propane oven for $49.99, and I THINK it's larger. (Northern Tool, but it's not on their web site--it's in their full catalog.)

So if you do the math, $199 is a lot to spend to have the oven and stove all in one package. Maybe your TD real estate IS worth that much to you, but I don't see the great difference.

But like I said, I might change my mind again. That's why I havn't TOUCHED my galley configuration yet, except for my porthole window cabinets. For the galley, it really pays to wait until you're working on it to buy any of the appliances.

Unless you're one of those guys who always has a good plan--and that sure ain't me.
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Postby Ben W » Fri Feb 10, 2006 11:36 am

Ira wrote:That's the thing, Tom:

<SNIP>

The best set-up is to have a combination AC-DC system, and with a lot of guys doing some really off-the-beaten-path type trips, it makes sense.

<SNIP>

So if you do the math, $199 is a lot to spend to have the oven and stove all in one package. Maybe your TD real estate IS worth that much to you, but I don't see the great difference.


First, I think I need to apologize...I think I hijacked a Coleman thread and turned it into an Outback thread... But, it could still be construed as an oven thread so I continue :roll:

Ira, what your saying is right -- Setup needs to suit your purposes. Most of my trips will be at elevation in the Rockies, eliminating AC needs. None the less, I have family in the Ohio Valley and someday I'll be camping there and rolling in sweat at night. Thus I keep the pet Cool filed away in the back of my head.

My reasons for wanting to add the Outback are probably not that logical. It's the Holy &#@ that's cool factor. With a four and six year old, the thought of cracking some Pilsburry cinamon rolls for breakfast in camp is pretty neat. The others that have this oven or it's Mexican twin, the Flaminetta have all raved about it. I remember last summer, someone posted pics of a campsite pizza that the kids loved. I think the oven, whether it's Coleman or Outback adds a lot of versatility to the standard campsite menu.
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Postby kurtibm » Fri Feb 10, 2006 4:06 pm

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Postby Ira » Fri Feb 10, 2006 4:22 pm

kurtibm wrote:Another less-costly 110v option >> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=6252499626&ssPageName=MERC_VIC_ReBay_Pr4_PcY_BID_IT


WOW! IS THAT COOL!

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Postby kurtibm » Fri Feb 10, 2006 4:38 pm

Yeah, could you imagine this tray filled with Cinnamon Buns?

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