Coleman 8-Ft. High-Pressure Propane Hose
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- Propane hose designed for use with Coleman propane appliances
- Allows you to use Coleman stoves and lanterns for almost 20 times longer
- Attaches to distribution tees, propane tees, and bulk adapters
- Portable propane hose measures 8 feet in length
- Made in the USA
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it "does not" have an adapter for the 20lb tank...you will need the following product...Coleman 2000005062 5-Ft. High-Pressure Hose & Adapter....happy camping..
The rubber and brass fittings are very durable (I wish some of my car hoses were of such quality) and they withstood a machine pressure test with no leaks. I stopped the pressure at higher than I would ever expect from a pocket (or even 20lb) canister to deliver. Long story short, I will be purchasing a few more of these for friends and a couple as spares whenever I have another propane item that I don't wish to get stripped accidentally.
I could well imagine using this hose in conjunction with my tent heater, attaching it to a larger tank (car camping) and running the hose into my tent to connect to my heater.
I found another use for this hose. When back country camping and hiking to a location in the dark, you can attach this hose to your lantern and keep the propane canister in your pack. I did this very thing and even mounted the lantern on a stick to hold out in front of me to better light my way. Doing this makes carrying the lantern around much easier and lighter than it would have been if I had just screwed the canister into the bottom of the lantern; I don't see myself having been able to support the weight of it on that branch for as far as I needed to walk to reach the site that night.