Keep your gear off the ground with the Coleman® High Stand. The lightweight, folding aluminum frame provides a stable platform for most Coleman® stoves and hard coolers, keeping easy access without bending over. You can also use it as a garbage bin – just add a 40-gallon plastic bag for convenient, stay-open trash collection.
• Holds most Coleman® stoves and coolers
• Fits a 40-gallon trash bag
• Lightweight folding aluminum frame
• No-slip rubber grips on top
• Supports up to 100 lbs.
• Dimensions: 18.1 x 17.5 x 28 in.
• 1-year limited warranty
High Stand is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by AudRod from Durable Used this as a trash bag holder, I small cutting station with my cutting board and a put my heavy storage container on it. It was very sturdy, just wish it was a little taller.
Date published: 2017-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by MJWil from Durable We have use one for 15 years for our white gas stove and then propane stove. Needed a new one as we purchased a second stove for our up coming family camping trip.
Date published: 2018-04-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by NJKris from Light but rickety This is the only Coleman item out of several I ordered recently that I found disappointing. My Coleman 54 quart steel belted classic cooler is just BARELY long enough to be held by the two bars at the top ends of the stand. One jostle is going to send a heavy cooler crashing down. I also noticed there are no spring loaded button 'catches' to lock the stand open like you would see on a pop up shelter. So unless you have legs pegged (there are holes in the leg bases for such), and you supply your own pegs, this thing can easily move or fold in especially if something relatively light like a stove was atop it. So if you are on asphalt, like tailgating, forget about it. Yes, I know you could put a board or something atop this to prevent a cooler from falling down between the support arms, but that defeats the purpose of having a collapsible light weight stand. Could easily be improved by Coleman by adding button catches on vertical legs, and adding two bars that would run side to side as well as the ones you see that run front to back, to add stability and allow use of items that would be too short from end to end to fit atop stand.
Date published: 2018-03-02
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