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I found this unused Coleman toaster at a local Sally Ann. Paid 3 bucks for it. It should work good in my RV on the propane stove.



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I have one of those with my camping gear. I was never impressed with it's performance but it may be the application I'm using it. I've only tried using it over a camp fire since that is how we do the majority of our cooking. It's mainly just been taking up space in my cast iron box for a number of years now.
 


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I've used it a couple times now. I'm not all that impressed either, but its better than nothing.
 

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Their coolers are terrible, especially for what they cost new.
The steel Belted Cooler is still the best bang for the buck when it comes to ice longevity and cooler cost.
 

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I like the Ozark Trail coolers from Walmart. IMO they are up there with Yeti and some of the other expensive ones and work well.
 

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The steel Belted Cooler is still the best bang for the buck when it comes to ice longevity and cooler cost.

If you want to pay $80 for a cooler that will fall apart in a few months. Yeah they're great.


Before the latch falls off they have great ice retention. Keeps a 40lb bag for almost a weeks.
 

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If you want to pay $80 for a cooler that will fall apart in a few months. Yeah they're great.


Before the latch falls off they have great ice retention. Keeps a 40lb bag for almost a weeks.
Coleman must hate you. I've had the one for about 7 years and the other about 5 years. Both are holding up fine. I've never tried just keeping ice in them. They usually get filled up about 3/4 of the way with food and the rest, ice. That usually give us about 3-4 days before the ice needs topped off.
 

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Coleman must hate you. I've had the one for about 7 years and the other about 5 years. Both are holding up fine. I've never tried just keeping ice in them. They usually get filled up about 3/4 of the way with food and the rest, ice. That usually give us about 3-4 days before the ice needs topped off.
That's like the one I had. Like I said, throwing good ice out on a Sunday night after getting home.
 

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