Bake up cinnamon rolls, muffins and corn bread or just keep your food warm at the campsite without packing all that bulk. The Coleman® Camp Oven is designed to fit on Coleman® Liquid Fuel and propane camp stoves and then folds down flat for compact storage. The rack adjusts to three heights and also includes an easy-to-read thermometer. The smooth aluminized steel cleans easily and resists corrosion, scratches and scuffs.
• Bake up rolls, cinnamon rolls, corn bread and other treats at the campsite
• Keep your cooking warm until your group gets back
• Warms up over Coleman® camp stoves
• 10 sq. in. (64.52 sq. cm) rack adjusts to three cooking heights
• Folds flat for convenient, space-saving storage
• Easy-to-read thermometer
• Smooth and easy to clean, corrosion-resistant aluminized steel finish also resists scuffs
• 13.5 in. x 12.9 in. x 3.3 in. (34.3 cm x 32.7 cm x 8.3 cm)
• Not recommended for use on grills
• 1-year limited warranty
• Made in China
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Camp Oven is rated out of 5 by 44.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Keltyfan from A Classic Design that still fits the bill I used one of these that I inherited from my Grandfather for many family camping trips. I remember him and his two burner Coleman stove with that oven from our camping trips in the 1950's and 60's. It gave great service to my entire family until my son-in-law backed over it several years ago. I immediately bought this replacement to use with my Coleman #428 three burner dual fuel stove, and it is identical to it's predecessor in quality and convenience. Nothing like fresh baked biscuits, cinnamon rolls, corn bread, cookies, pies, and even pizza while car camping to keep my grand-kid's loving the outdoors even though I ban all of their electronics from our trips.
Date published: 2019-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by RandyP from Compact and easy to use I've often wanted one of those fancy camp stove/oven combos. Then I saw Coleman's camp oven that folds flat and compact and uses your existing stove. For our maiden voyage with the camp stove, I whipped up some Mediterranean Stuffed Bell Peppers, a fancy meal for being out in the 'wilderness'. How it went: The whole thing is metal and as common sense would tell you, the outside get's hot. I thought the door knob would be hot too, fumbled with turning it using pot-holders, then found out it's not hot. Adjusting your desired temp is all controlled by your stove flame. I did not find it difficult to adjust to the 400 degrees I needed. I slightly over cooked my first pan, the bottom a bit over-done. Second pan came out great. Learning how to use it... My takeaways is it's compact and light, and allows us to easily "bake", warm, etc. The photos made me feel I was making a Coleman commercial!!!
Date published: 2018-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by tdog7866 from Just like old times I remember my grandpa having an oven like this in the 70's and he would make conrbread and biscuts when we were camping. This oven is almost exactaly like his and I have made biscuts in it so far and they are amazing. I am very pleased with this oven.
Date published: 2017-11-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sandra K from Very useful piece of kit We have been using our camp oven for years. It is a very useful piece of kit, and we have made many dishes in it. However, when you lift the oven by it's top handle, the tabs of the folding sides tend to come out of the slots. This allows the sides to bow out very slightly, which in turn is enough to let the grills fall out of the slots. This is a pain when making pre-baked buns, but it can be worse when one's dinner is in the oven. I read somewhere that one individual puts paperclips through the protruding parts of the grill(s), to prevent them from falling down. I took a more rigorous action, and drilled holes in the top and bottom on both sides, so I can lock them in place with screws. The grills do not have the slightest tendency to fall down now. If Coleman designed a slightly better locking system for the oven, I couldn't be happier with it. (As it is, I am also very happy with it! :-) The oven is extremely useful, relatively cheap, rugged and folds down to a small package. I definitely recommend it to anyone.
Date published: 2018-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Barman53 from Great Product Recently started camping again after several year hiatus, my old oven disappeared and needed a new one and found this one on sale. I use a digitial thermometer placed inside the oven when cooking because I don't feel analog thermometers are precise. Same great quality in the new product as the old. I have found over the years, through trial an error, that you can cook or bake just about anything you can at home with this oven. You won't go wrong buying this product, but like anything, there is a learning curve.
Date published: 2019-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by vince from Great Purchase I enjoy using this oven to make cookies and bread. I want to try cooking a chicken next.
Date published: 2018-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Avon from Lovin' my oven! My house oven doesn't work anf I'm not a microwave oven fan. I bought this and have used it to bake everything. Cookies , bread, tv dinners, tamale pie and all kinds of foods. I got my daughter to buy one. She lives in a tent trailer. She cooked a tChristmas dinner in hers. Baked a canned ham and a fancy baked chicken. I bought an 8 piece bake pan set on Walmart.com for $ 16.99. bsfore tax. I LOVE MY OVEN.
Date published: 2018-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by Whiskerlickin's from Fresh baked muffins when camping We rough camp every year in the U.P. of Michigan. This year we had fresh baked muffins for breakfast. Works real well.
Date published: 2018-08-22
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