Seth McGinn’s Patent-Pending Multi-Fuel Portable Cooktop is In Stock & Shipping

Cancooker Multi-Fuel Portable Cooktop
Cancooker Multi-Fuel Portable Cooktop
CanCooker
CanCooker

FREMONT, Neb. – Seth McGinn’s new patent-pending Multi-Fuel portable cooktop is nothing short of groundbreaking with its compact size and ability to utilize two different types of commonly available fuel types to cook meals and boil water anywhere, anytime.

The unique design of the Multi-Fuel allows it to operate on either butane or propane, making it extremely versatile for any cooking situation, and its electronic ignition makes it simple to start. Introduced in January, the Multi-Fuel is now in stock and shipping.

Measuring 12 3/4 X 13 7/8 X 3 5/8 inches and weighing just 5 lbs.—including its durable, injection-molded plastic carrying and storage case—Seth McGinn’s Multi-Fuel is compact, lightweight and can fit just about anywhere for any adventure.

The new Multi-Fuel is perfect for camping, hunting, fishing, RVing, tailgating or any emergency situations where outdoor cooking may be a necessity. Exceptionally quiet during operation, the Multi-Fuel uses either a standard 8 oz. butane canister or a 16.4 oz. propane canister. No batteries are required.

The new Multi-Fuel portable cooktop is now available at www.cancooker.com or at your local sporting goods and hardware stores nationwide for a suggested retail price of $69.99.

Headquartered in Fremont, NE, Seth McGinn’s originally introduced his CanCooker in 2009. This unique outdoor cooking device allows you to cook a lot of food without a lot of work. Seth McGinn’s has now expanded his food preparation product line with the introduction of The Plank Foldable Cutting Boards and the new Multi-Fuel portable cooktop. For additional information, write to Seth McGinn’s, 925 West 6th St., Fremont, NE 68025; call toll-free 877-844-2772; or visit www.cancooker.com. Visit us on Facebook www.facebook.com/CanCooker

 

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