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Primus EtaExpress Stove with 1-Liter Pot (Gray)

by Primus

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  • Easy Butane Fuel
  • 80%, High efficiency Stove
  • Windscreen, piezo ignition
  • 2.5 minutes to boil 1 liter of water
  • Aluminum with Titanium non-stick coating
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Award winning, full featured cooking system

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Sweden
  • ASIN: B001IOH4T2
  • Item model number: P-353083
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #351,267 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Is very light, and easy to use.
W. Critchfield
With the Primus setup, as long as you have the burner itself and the fuel canister, you can use whatever pot you have available to cook or boil water.
Amazing quality and well thought out design.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By BuLLitz on October 20, 2010
This stove is not only the best bang for your buck, it is the best in its class.

I want to clear up some confusion with prior posts. There appears to be 2 different versions of the etaExpress. They are basically the same stove but on one version the windscreen hooks onto the stoves pot holders. This is a taller stove and you have to use a narrow pot when using the windscreen.
The second version (IMHO the better version), the windscreen connects to the lip of the fuel cannister. This creates a lower profile and allows for the use of ANY pot.

I used 1 cannister of fuel for several demonstrations, several solo overnight hikes, and a 4 day trip (2 people) in Mammoth. Most of our meals were the dehydrated type but we also fried fish on a couple of occassions. This thing does not use a lot of fuel.

The manufacturers website said that this stove is not recommended for very cold temperatures at high elevations. However, on one of my trips I was at 11,500ft in elevation and the temperature was about 32 degrees. The stove seemed to work just as well there but it did take an extra minute or so to get water to boil. But that is expected with high elevation.
On the trip to mammoth, the elevation was 9400ft and the temp was below freezing. Still no problem at all.

EVERYONE who has seen this stove in action wants to get one for themselves.

NOTE: This stove uses what is called a Lindel valve. Although I cannot find the Primus brand fuel in my local stores, other brand cannisters work just as well (Snow Peak, Jet Boil, MSR, etc..) as long as it uses the Lindel Valve.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By n007 on September 4, 2010
Let me start by saying that integrated stove systems are the future of outdoor cooking. They save tremendous amounts of fuel and cook your food/boil your water faster than conventional stoves of the past- these are both very good things and things you want in your next stove, whether it be LPG or naptha-based. Personally I was looking for an LPG model afters years of carrying an Optimus Nova- the weight and bulk of the stove and cookware was simply too much for weekend trips, and I didn't need winter performance. There are three models on the market: MSR Reactor, Jetboil PCS, and the Primus EtaExpress. I researched each model extensively by reading every review and comparison I could find on the internet and outdoor magazines. They are all very similar as far as efficiency, wind resistance, and heat output, give or take. I chose the Primus in the end simply because of versatility. With the MSR and Jetboil systems, the heater element is proprietary and built into the stove itself. You must use the included pot or you cannot use the stove at all (look at the convex element of the MSR for example). With the Primus, you can use any pot that fits the standard LPG stands as long as you remove the wind guard. Of course, if you do not use the included pot with the heating fins, you lose the efficiency of an integrated system, but this is still beneficial for two reasons. First, if you are camping with a group, it may not be feasible to cook multiple/large dishes by reusing the same pot. With the Primus system, anyone can use their pots with the stove, so you can cook a large and/or multi-course meal without stopping to empty and clean out the main pot each and every time (think entree, side dish, hot chocolate, etc).Read more ›
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S. David Ahn on September 21, 2010
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Took two EtaExpress cooking systems for my wife and me backpacking for a weekend (2 days, 5 meals). Looking at the picture, I put the windscreen in the wrong place (with the base of the windscreen wedged between the burner and the fuel canister's top metal ring), so I had major problems with our wind, though it was blowing up to 30 mph at times. When I sheltered using my tent's outer skin, it roared like crazy and boiled 4 cups (1 liter), in about the 3 minutes reviewers quote. I will definitely try it again with the windscreen attached properly!

Due to the wind, we wasted a lot of fuel. I had taken two 110g fuel canisters, and we ran out of both canisters on Sunday morning at breakfast. It should be noted that we aren't your typical water-boiling-instant-ramen backpackers. We made 2 cooked items per meal and actually cooked and simmered lots of items (boil-in-bag rice, hard boiled eggs, etc.), made a pot or 2 of coffee after each meal, plus boiled a few pots of water for other campers. Next time we'll take 230g canisters just to be sure, but with proper wind screen installation and wind protection, the 230g canisters should last a few weekend trips!

One thing that should be noted too, is that things cool very quickly due to the great heat conduction of the aluminum pot, but also, the heat sinks that dramatically increases cooking efficiency also dramatically increases cooling efficiency. I presume this applies to all cooking systems such as Jetboil, MSR Reactor, and EtaPower. You want to get stuff into insulated containers as soon as possible. But also remember you will burn yourself if your insulated container is extremely efficient, like the Thermos-style insulated vacuum bottles.
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