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 Primus Njord Two-Burner Stove
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About Primus Njord Two-Burner Stove

Closeouts. Whip-up trail side feasts with Primus' Njord two-burner stove, featuring adjustable flame regulation and plenty of room for large pots and frying pans.

Specs about Primus Njord Two-Burner Stove

  • Fuel: Propane
  • BTU Output: 20,000 BTU
  • Boil time (1L of water): 3 minutes
  • Simmer
  • Weight: 4 lb.
  • Material: Steel, aluminum, brass and composites
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 18.7x3.3x8.3"
  • Made in China
  • Stove does not include fuel canister. Shipping restrictions prevent us from selling fuel and/or flammables online.

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3.333333 5 Overall Rating: 3.3 Based on 3 reviews

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Reviewed by Show Me Norm from Missouri on Tuesday, November 12, 2013
I bought this a couple of years ago. I have used it a number of times. It is much more rugged than it appears. It does an excellent job of going from simmer to high.Flame is dispersed so it does not burn one spot. I like that the burners are completely seperate so if one happened to go bad. The only... Read More
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  • Reviewed by The sock dude from New York on Tuesday, February 18, 2014
    Solid, two-burner stove. Good compromise if space is an issue vs. the slightly bigger two plate gas stoves. I ended up going with the latter, since they are flatter and seems more stable.
  • Reviewed by bakla from California on Thursday, January 23, 2014
    it's a little too big. for it's size, might as well just use a regular cam stove/grill which is more stable and with panel to block wind. will be returning this item...
  • Reviewed by Show Me Norm from Missouri on Tuesday, November 12, 2013
    I bought this a couple of years ago. I have used it a number of times. It is much more rugged than it appears. It does an excellent job of going from simmer to high.Flame is dispersed so it does not burn one spot. I like that the burners are completely seperate so if one happened to go bad. The only knocks I have against it is I would prefer not having the disposable canister fuel source and its too bulky for backpacking.

    I have taken on a couple of canoe trips and numerous car trips. It is nice to have two burners to work with.

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