Closeouts. Create feasts the whole campsite can enjoy with Primus' Profile stove, featuring an easy-to-use Piezo-electric igniter, and two stove tops with adjustable flames and plenty of room for large pots and frying pans.
Two stove tops with adjustable flames
Equipped with a lock and carrying handle
Lock and carry handle for easy transport
Flexible gas hose connects to standard 16.4 oz. propane canisters (not included)
Reviewed by Slim from Wisconsin on Thursday, May 9, 2013
Used the monthly coupon and paid the same amount for this as I would have paid to replace our old coleman. I'll tell you what, the advantage goes to the primus, the flexible hose is fantastic, the burners are more even and have more power and the deck is easier to clean. The build quality is similar...
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Reviewed by Melanoma Survivor from Colorado on Monday, September 29, 2014
I just used this stove for 3 nights at Lake Powell. Set up is easy. Fittings and burners were tight. It allowed high speed water boiling and cooking. Boyfriend WAS annoyed at the slow heating of my backpack stove. This is great for car camping or in our case, boat camping. I can't comment on the igniter component. The flames on camp stoves are so hard to see [in the daylight], and there was so much wind that I held a Bic plastic fireplace lighter at the burner just in case. Boyfriend says it works though. Still, always carry back up. Loved being able to cook and make coffee at the same time.
Reviewed by Erigo Asparago from California on Monday, August 18, 2014
sometimes in the jungle I don't see my stove, because it's camo!
But seriously this is an awesome stove, MUCH MUCH better than the previous piece of junk I had that looked just like it. This looks like the others but the truth it it works much better. The burners are just so much more controllable, and it has piezo-ignition.
Don't think twice about it, if you need a 2 burner propane stove just get it.
Reviewed by SB hiker from California on Saturday, November 23, 2013
I first opened it up and noticed a dislocated burner. I removed the 5 screws on the lid and tried to re-attach, but was unable. It appeared to be poorly designed and not fit together well. The stainless drip pan is nice, but the rest is just cheap thin steel. Since the burner was not attached I never was able to use it or even light it. I am returning it and do not like needing to pay postage. My last stove was a Brinkmann, but the regulator went bad and I couldn't get a replacement part. I think I will go back to Colemann. Primus makes great backpacking stoves, but needs to improve to get into the car camping market.