Coghlans Camp Stove Toaster

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Coghlans Camp Stove Toaster -

Toast up to 4 slices of bread over your camp stove at once with the handy Coghlan's camp stove toaster.



  • Heavy Steel Construction


  • Folds to dinner plate size


  • Made of steel that won't warp over heat


  • 9 in. diameter (23 cm diameter)
  • Toaster has wire prongs that hold toast upright
  • Wt. 8.5 oz 241 g
  • Prongs fold flat for easy storage

Coghlan's Camp Stove Toaster toasts up to four slices of bread at once and features Sure Grip® wire toast holders. Only 9'' in diameter, this stove folds flat for easy packing and storage. Its coated wires won’t rust, and its heavy steel plate won't warp.

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Use it on your camp stove to watch bread toast before your eyes.
Heavy steel plate won’t warp. Coated wires won’t rust. “Sure Grip” wire toast holders hold bread in place without slipping. Makes up to 4 slices at a time. Folds compactly for storage.

Folds to dinner plate size. 9 in. diameter. Toasts up to 4 slices at once.
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Activity:Family & car camping
Cookware material:Stainless steel
Dimensions:8 3/4" dia. x 1/2"H folded.
Mfg Part #:504D
Nonstick surface:No
Weight:Less than 1 lb.
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Coghlans Camp Stove Toaster Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Works just as it should

I bought this toaster to see if it would be useful for an upcoming fully-loaded bike tour on the US West Coast. It's a little bit larger than I expected it would be, but it works just as expected. I use it over a Trangia alcohol stove with a Clikstand. The holes in the toaster do a wonderful job controlling the flame and getting it close to the toast without scorching it. I even found that I can use the square at the top of the toaster to rest my pan and make scrambled eggs in the time it takes to make toast. Great for conserving fuel and getting hot toast with your scrambled eggs.
NicM at REI on 04/04/2010

A simple camp toaster that works.

This is a solid toaster for people that like toast when they are out camping. You can place 1-4 slices of bread on the prefabricated slot, and then place right on a burner. The heat is evenly distributed to make a nice crisp piece of toast. You like your toast burnt?- just leave it on longer. I like to wipe mine down after each use to avoid the black carbon buildup. Do this and you will have it for years.
Tim P at REI on 09/09/2007

Surprisingly efficient

This is cheap, simple, and easy to use. We use it to make toast on our Coleman stove. You have to watch it - it doesn't pop up when the toast is ready, but it is camping. The only drawback is that the base does rust but the wires are coated and do not rust. We have replaced it several times but it only costs [$].
M at REI on 10/10/2007

Just Like Grandma's Toaster

I have one of these that is over 30 years old and still hanging in there. OCCASIONALLY the wires pop out but they can be easily popped back in. The wires can also be tucked under one another to keep it folded up.As far as rusting, it doesn't matter. As far as cleaning......who worries about that? It's a [*] camping toaster!
Jerome Howard at REI on 11/11/2009

Toast. An absolute Must Have.

This is a great idea for a family camping trip. When using my coleman stove this bad boy is there. If backpacking I minimize you load and the toaster stays home but if the family is there... Anyways it works great flip once and watch the nice golden brown color. Yum
ace2die at REI on 08/08/2010

Camping necessity!

This easily makes great toast and Poptarts (our child needed 1 comfort food!). We flipped the toast once and they came out perfect, depending on the individual's preference for toast. It's also not too hot to retrieve the toast/Poptart using your fingers, as long as you don't touch any metal.
ironpanda at REI on 04/04/2008

Lightweight Camp Toaster

I like the fact that this toaster fits well into my pack, is lightweight, and makes four slices at a time. I have only tried it out at home so far, but can't wait to take it on the trail.
PJ at Campmor on 10/10/2013

Brought back childhood memories

I bought this because of my memories of using one camper camping in the Adirondacks growing up. Having recently purchased my own camper this was a necessity to give my children some of my childhood memories of camping.
Cecil at Campmor on 07/07/2013

A Camp Kitchen Essential

This is our third, now have one in the river commissary, new one for our popup trailer. Easy to use, toast, bagels, buns.
On the Go at Campmor on 08/08/2011

Perfect for morning bagels!

This is THE accessory for camp breakfasts! Works best with a large camp stove with good heat control. For camping, it's the best!
Tree Hugging Dirt Worshiper at REI on 02/02/2008

Neutral Reviews:

Awesome Toast

We LOVE this for making toast. It's so good we use it during blackouts too!

However, the base is made from mild steel and rusts up after the first use, and just gets worse. It's mostly an aesthetic issue as the rods that hold the bread are stainless steel and don't rust at all.

It packs flat so it's easy to pack under the stove or something.
Alex in a Car at REI on 05/05/2012