Primus EtaExpress Pot with Fry Pan and Lid - 1.0L

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About Primus EtaExpress Pot with Fry Pan and Lid - 1.0L

Closeouts. Perfect for minimalist backcountry travel, Primus' EtaExpress pot is light on weight and space and heavy on trail-proven cooking performance. EtaPower heat-exchanger technology increases stove efficiency, saving you both fuel and cooking time.

Specs about Primus EtaExpress Pot with Fry Pan and Lid - 1.0L

  • Material: Hard-anodised aluminum with multilayer titanium non-stick surface
  • Weight: 10.2 oz.
  • Dimensions: Height 6", diameter 4-3/4", capacity 1.0L or 33.8 oz
  • Made in China
  • Do Not Use

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rand Aid from Vancouver, WA on Friday, August 10, 2012
This is one of four solo sized pots I've used from four different companies: Snow Peak, GSI, Brunton and now Primus. A pot is pretty much a pot except for the tiny details. They all accomodate the largest of isobutane canisters as well as the stove, lighter etc. The one thing that makes this Primus ... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hikeoholic from Lawrenceville, NJ on Thursday, October 25, 2012
    Not sure how durable this pot will be; that I will learn with the test of time. It's very light and you could bend it with your hands if you put a lot of pressure on it. I had to bend mine out of the box a minor amount in order to get the lid to fit properly. I purchased this pot for winter camping - mostly in the ADK. My friend had something similar and it was easy to scoop water out of stream with the lid where you only have a small hole in the ice. If you were melting snow, one of the larger (wider) ETA pots would be helpful; however, the ones sold on STP do not have a built in handle. It is easy to boil a liter of water with this pot and pour it into a Nalgene. So I like the built in handle and the small lip for pouring. I believe the heat exchanger helps. I tested this out on a mild day with a Primus Omnifuel stove. I was able to boil a liter in about 3 minutes. I'm not sure how long it would take when the temps go below freezing but I will test that out this winter.

    Lastly, I would consider myself a cross between minimalist and comfort driven. I like comfort but I do look for opportunities to lighten my load. This pot is small and light so it should work for the ultralight types in any season.
    • Best Uses: Backpacking, Winter Camping
    • Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer
    • Pros: Compact, Lightweight
    • Was this a gift?: No
    • What Is Your Gear Style: Comfort Driven
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by GS Backpacking Leader from Texas on Monday, October 15, 2012
    This is another great Primus product. It is lightweight, and comes in its own mesh and fabric bag. The skillet is very small, but it worked great for some reconstituted Huevos Rancheros. This skillet also serves as the pot lid. My only complaint, and it is a minor one, is that the pot does not have a way to keep the skillet attached, when in my pack, (like another brand which has a handle that comes up and over the lid when not it use.) As long as the set is in the mesh bag in my pack, there is no problem. On some trips with no water source onsite, I am looking to lose every ounce of weight from my gear, and the mesh bag stays home.
    • Best Uses: Backpacking
    • Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
    • Pros: Compact, Easy To Clean, Lightweight
    • Was this a gift?: No
    • What Is Your Gear Style: Minimalist
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rand Aid from Vancouver, WA on Friday, August 10, 2012
    This is one of four solo sized pots I've used from four different companies: Snow Peak, GSI, Brunton and now Primus. A pot is pretty much a pot except for the tiny details. They all accomodate the largest of isobutane canisters as well as the stove, lighter etc. The one thing that makes this Primus stand out is the heat exchanger. Actually, two things: the heat exchanger (which I also have come to appreciate with a 1.5 l JetBoil), but in addition a circular ring of anodized aluminum welded to the bottom which allows this pot to sit stabilized on virtually any backpack stove (something that can't be said with the JetBoil pots). Be advised, the heat exchanger works so well that you may have difficulty reducing your flame enough to avoid hard boiling when all you want is light simmering. One other little detail that I've now come to appreciate is how the top lid/fry pan does not rattle when being carried (something my Snow Peak excelled at which irritated me enough to get rid of it). If not for the heat exchanger it would be a coin toss between the Brunton and Primus as to which pot I like the most.
    • Best Uses: Backpacking, High Altitude
    • Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer
    • Pros: Compact, Durable, Easy To Clean, Lightweight
    • Was this a gift?: No
    • What Is Your Gear Style: Minimalist

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