Yes they certainly will work as The Glowmaster is a butane fueled stove...
Do you own this stove? If so, it will tell you on the box. However, I am going to give you an educated guess. I looked at the Kenyon Express stove and it is a square shaped stove with a place for a canister to go into. All of the stoves that are this shape (that I have looked at online at Amazon and other places like auctions and manufacturers) use these canisters if they are the square shaped stove with the canister sleeve area. An important note I picked up from someone else -- take the canister out when you are done cooking or your butane will leak out and you will come back to an empty canister. Hope this helps. If not, contact the manufacturer before you buy.
I have been using these cartridges in my stove without any problem.
Yes, their work on most butane portable stoves.
not, it will not, but the stove for the cans are so inexpensive, Probably the mot affordable stove there is.
I really couldn't tell you unless I saw a picture of your stove. Because I had to buy an adapter to make them fit my stove. I'm not sure but if you can send me a picture I'd be happy to help. Laura
As long as this stove takes normal standard butane canisters it will fit
Yes. Just flip the metal tab and it pops right out. I love this little stove. And by the way. They are only 2.89 at Walmart. So cheap.
I haven't seen a Coleman stove these will work on. If you see the reference to butane it may but I am not familiar with a Coleman stove of that type. I will poke around and respond again if I find one.
As long as Iwtaani stove built for use with Butane gas and can fit these cans (in the picture), it should be no problem. These cans are universal size. They fit all portable stove that use Butane.
If it's a butane stove my guess would be yes. They make them a standard size to be used in all newer stoves.
I don't personally own a MaxBurton stove, but I looked it up and it looks EXACTLY like mine, I'm fairly certain that these are compatible. It's the type of butane canister with called "notch necked" and the kind of slide in and lock in place with a lever on the stove.
I really am not sure. But, you might look up the coleman stove you have or call the company and ask them. I purchased these canisters for an indoor one burner stove. Best of luck to you.
Yes, I have one in the stove all the time
Yes. That's is the same butane cans I use in my stove. Works great. Good price also.
I think butane. It lasted longer than butane plus stove works great.
I am surprised how well they really do work. they do a very good job and last for a good deal of time.
I have only used it for a torch, however, being 8 oz., I would think each can should last 2-4 hours depending on the temp you are running the stove at. Hope that helps.
I think that the BU6 is made for the Iwatani gas stovetop burners, they are 7.8 ounce and fit on a heated metal plate to vaporize the gas. I do not know the system used in the torches, I would say buy the one that is designed for your system to be sure of compatibility. This one indicates on the can that it is for use in the cassette stove.