Coleman Camps, the makers of the popular camp stove that became the subject of a media storm, are releasing a new model with an improved construction.
The new stove is called the Kern River, and the company has been working with a company in the New Zealand city of Nelson to develop the new model.
The stove uses an aluminium construction, and is designed to withstand high temperatures and a long day of use, but its design isn’t quite as sturdy as some of its competitors.
The Kern is available in stainless steel, titanium, and carbon fiber, and costs $2,199.
The company says the new stove uses a proprietary design called Narrow-Cut™.
“We designed this stove with a wide-range of uses in mind, including camping, fishing, recreation, and other outdoor activities,” Colemans CEO John Coley said in a statement.
“It is lighter and stronger than many competitors in this price range and is more robust in terms of durability.”
Colemans will be releasing the new Kern at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but it’s likely to be on the market by mid-February.
The Coleymans are currently testing the new design on the Kvern River, which is one of Colemaus’ most popular camping areas.
The fire is heated by a water tank and the kettle is filled with water that is then transferred to the fire pit.
The kettle and kettle have an open bottom to allow water to escape.
“A lot of people think of camp stoves as having a fire pit, but they’re actually a very portable stove,” Coley says.
“If you have a small camping area, it can fit in a pocket or bag.”
The Colemens original Kern was launched in 2014, and it is widely used in New Zealand.
Colemeans first product, the Colemen Kettle, was designed to be carried on the trail and used as a camping stove.
The original Colemerman, which Coley was also involved in developing, was launched as a way to protect your belongings in a fire and is still used by many hikers.