Reviewed by GeorgiaFlyfisher from Georgia on Sunday, January 19, 2014
Just bought one of these at great closeout price. Not sure why other buyers are having problem finding fuel canisters. It literally took me two clicks from a Google search to find these: http://www.amazon.com/Butane-GasOne-Canisters-Portable-Camping/dp/B001D7FYCI/ref=pd_sim_sbs_sg_1
Reviewed by Anne in Colo from Colorado on Saturday, December 21, 2013
The butane canisters this stove takes are the same ones sold at cook's supply houses. They use them for all those to-order buffets -- the omlet station and the stir-fry station. So with your supply of canisters taken care of ...
This is a great single burner cookstove for when you have a table at your campsite or a car gate to put it on. It's got a big surface so it's better for kitchen-sized cookware than hiking or backpacking pots. The adjustment knob moves smoothly from top to bottom so you can control the flame for different kinds of cooking. It's a great way to bring the tastes of home with you to the woods.
Reviewed by SpoonChassie from Cleveland Ohio on Thursday, July 25, 2013
These stoves have a good reputation but only if you can get the fuel. Why did Sierra Tradinng Poat sell them in the US if you can't get the fuel here. I guess my low rating is more for Sierra than the stove.
Reviewed by -+- from Portland OR on Saturday, November 17, 2012
Best to look in Chinatown or at asian markets for the original version of this type of kitchen stove. I bought mine for $14 without the Primus name. Good type of stove for car or RV camping. Or when the power goes out...zombie invasion too.