Primus
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  • Reviewed by T.J. B from Oregon on Thursday, June 7, 2018
    This is a sweet, high quality integrated pot stove from the makers of the original primus stove back in 1892. I like that it has a piezo lighter, hanging lanyard, and even comes with a variable sized fuel canister tripod for uneven surfaces. This unit burns hot and boils fast, but w/o a good adjustment on flame, it might not be the best for general cooking. I mostly use it for my mountain house meals and coffee; which it's perfect for.
    My only gripe is the pour spout on the lid is a little funky. Sometimes if you're not careful the water spills down the side of the neoprene cover while pouring. I'm getting better at it, so it might just be me.
    A very high quality Swedish made unit and I highly recommend for the casual camper to the hardcore backpackers.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dave from California on Tuesday, June 5, 2018
    To qualify I haven't had the chance to put this stove to a complete test as yet. That said I am very pleased with the quality and features of the stove.It includes a piezo lighter so no matches or extra lighter is needed. The regulator knob is easy to access and use. I like the way the pot fits securely to the burner unit and is simple to attach. The stove includes small pegs to lift a regular pot off the burner so you can use the stove to boil larger amounts of water if needed. Another nice feature is an included lanyard if you wanted to use the stove by hanging it rather than setting it on the ground using the included canister feet. Primus is a respected brand in this market and this stove represents an excellent value.
  • Reviewed by DScottOsage from Oklahoma City on Wednesday, April 4, 2018
    Primus's Litech cookset is light and a great size for two, perhaps three, people.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by quest for an ultra light bag from rochester, mn on Sunday, April 1, 2018
    Sturdy all steel construction throughout. Pretty impressive in that respect. Much heavier than expected. WIll be great for car camping or in the camper but not likely to use backpacking or bike tripping. Might be fun to have on a canoe trip...it's a glory item-not a necessity!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Chef Dan from Shenandoah Valley on Tuesday, March 20, 2018
    Bought these to add to my Glamping Package well built and sturdy. I haven't had the chance to test them in the field (Environmental conditions) but at home they worked well.
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