About Primus Profile Dual Single-Burner Camp Stove with Grill - Propane
Closeouts. Perfect for camping, picnics or the backyard, the Primus Profile Dual single-burner stove with grill inspires the outdoor cook within. The simple single-burner design with added BBQ grill boosts the menu options, and clean-up is quick and easy with the stainless steel burner drip tray and removable nonstick grill tray.
Specs about Primus Profile Dual Single-Burner Camp Stove with Grill - Propane
- Fuel: Propane
- BTU Output: Grill: 12,000 BTU; Burner: 9,700 BTU
- Boil time (1L of water): 3 minutes
- Auto ignition
- Weight: 11 lb. 14 oz.
- Material: Steel, stainless steel, composite
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 4.7x23.2x12.6"
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by rthoosier from Indiana on Thursday, March 23, 2017Impressive stove with quality build and easy lighting.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by steig from Missouri on Thursday, March 23, 2017Matches my Vanogan ;-)..... Can't wait to try it out this summer
Verified Buyer Reviewed by hdjerlev from Minnesota on Thursday, September 8, 2016The outer shipping box had a 2" X 3" puncture, but it did not appear to damage the inner factory box. The stove's front latch was bent somewhat and the upper pop rivet was broken off. This appears to be factory damage as the factory box was not damaged. I replaced the pop rivet with a new one and bent the latch into alignment. I just briefly tested the burners with propane and they seemed to work OK with some flickering in the flame. This seems to be a common complaint on the internet. I have not tested it with cooking yet.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by rayct77 from Oregon on Monday, August 22, 2016Bought this to replace a Camp Chef Rainier that was stolen. This Primus seems to be equal in quality if not better. I like the flexible hose it comes with rather than the hard line that most have.
Reviewed by Car camping queen from Seattle on Saturday, August 13, 2016Basic camping stove with single burner. The burner easily fits a full size tea kettle.
My only complaint is that the grill grate finish has disappeared after using it with a griddle plate...
I find the hinges a bit weak - the lid tweaks left or right here and there.
Question & Answer
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“What does the propane canister connecting tube look like? Is this a rigid metal tube or a flexible hose? Regardless, where is this item stored when the stove is closed up for carrying?”
Flexible hose, stores inside very nicely.
Totally safe on a picnic table. I don't have a stand. It's been on wooden picnic tables almost exclusively when I use mine.
This should be okay to use on a picnic table.