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Primus Omni-Fuel Stove

by Primus
4.5 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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  • An even faster preheating system saves both fuel and time.
  • OmniFuel is a sturdy stove that works with LP gas, gasoline, diesel and kerosene - even aviation
  • Omni-fuel has a very exact flame control and three jet nipples for optimal combus
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Product Description

An even faster preheating system saves both fuel and time. OmniFuel is a sturdy stove that works with LP gas, gasoline, diesel and kerosene - even aviation fuel. Omni-fuel has a very exact flame control and three jet nipples for optimal combustion. Includes ErgoPump, multi-tool and stuff sack. Fuel bottle not included. Precision simmering. Dimensions packed: 6.5"x 3.5"x 3.4". Output: 3,000 W/10,500 BTU. Weight: 12.8 oz. (w/out pump), 16.4 oz. (with pump).

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  • ASIN: B001H3T744
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #675,480 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By Christian Jones on December 11, 2010
This stove rocks! I have several multi-fuel stoves but not one that would accept a cartridge. That alone should tempt people to really consider this unit. I figure I will have a reliable stove in any part of the world now.

The stove light nicely the first time I played with it. I used Coleman gas and switched to a canister/cartridge. Neither one was difficult to light, in fact I like the white gas better.

A few tips:

Turn the heat spreader so all three tabs are secured by the brass cup. Disconnect the ring if you need to. My flame spreader popped off as soon as it started to glow, right at the brass cup notch. The notch is there to re connect the spreader. Clip the other two sides first, then the notch side...then spin the spreader about 45Degrees.

For a better simmer, let some of the pressure out of the fuel bottle. or, don't pump it up as much as you would normally. I found that the simmer control works great, but when there is a lot of pressure, the low flame is still pretty hot. So I crack open the fuel bottle after i shut it down, give it a few pumps and then relight the stove.

You can use a tooth brush bristle to clean the jets if you lose/forget your multitool. I prefer to manually clean the jets than to use a shaker because the shaker can get dirty too.

Check the fuel pump rod for smoothness. One huge reason I love this stove is because this part isn't plastic, therefore can take more pressure when pumping without breaking. Mine came with a bit of aluminum flash pieces stuck to it, so I shaved them off with a pocket knife. Then I scrubbed the rod with a little steel wool to make it nice and smooth.

Finally, I chose this stove over the Optimus Nova because I feel parts will be easier to obtain.
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By Smiley82 on September 11, 2011
I have read some disappointing reviews for this stove. Most, if not all, are well covered in the instruction manual. A little reading and common sense will help a lot. Know your stove before you go. There is a slight learning curve to effective, efficient, and safe operation.

If you use automotive fuels this stove WILL require frequent cleaning due to the additives and impurities. This is thoroughly covered in the manual. Check the flow control valve frequently.

I recently packed this stove for a week in the wilderness. It was running "white gas" and subjected to packing, dropping, dust, rain, spills, and general neglect. To my chagrin, when I "disassembled" the stove for maintenance non was required. Nothing stopped it from functioning. I packed a small ISO can JIC and never needed it. Even wet, this stove lights. A week of cooking and I did not burn my full 750ml bottle.

I see no reason to use anything else. This will be my go to stove for any trip in the future. It simmers nicely and boils quickly. If you are in a real hurry and don't need to simmer, you can run the 45 jet with wight gas and boil a liter in less than a minute. Be prepared to carry more fuel though.

I see no reason this stove will not last a life time. It is very well made. I would recommend this stove to anyone for it's intended purpose.

A note on noise: At low settings this stove is efficient and reasonably quiet with a pot or pan. At full blast fuel consumption and noise increase significantly. I find the noise tolerable especially given the short intervals needed for use.
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Once i got this to light it worked great camping. I've only used it with coleman gas so far, and i followed the instructions for changing the fuel nozzle. I failed to properly prime for the cold and windy conditions the first 2 attempts at lighting it, but the third time I re-read the directions and actually let out enough fuel for it to heat up and vaporize incoming fuel. I boiled pots of water 4 times and cooked a few batches of bacon and eggs. I may have used a quarter of a 20oz fuel bottle. It puts out a fair amount of heat to boil quickly, and the setup and tear-down are easy. Very useful piece of gear, construction seems solid and versatility is a positive. I haven't used it much yet, but I'm very happy with it so far.
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I've been using my Omnifuel stove since summer of '04 without any issues. It boils 1L of water in 90 seconds with white gas. It runs on anything, but is a little sooty on startup with kero. My only beef is the primer pad eventually crumbled, so I replaced it with a wad of stainless steel wool. I like the solid construction, especially the metal pump (versus the crappy plastic pump that disintegrates on my friend's MSR Whisperlite in Labrador). This is my go-to stove for big trips on my motorcycle to remote areas.
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This is a fantastic stove! Absolutely would have bought another had I ever lost it. It works every time. It's very well built. Durable. Only thing is customer service is not as high quality as the stove. You may very well go your entire life not needing any service on this stove, it's put together that good. But your paying over 150.00 for this stove so if and I say if you need a replacement part you kind of expect the company to help out. Again it's an awesome stove, just be aware the customer service might be hit or miss for you. Something to consider before laying your cash down.

UPDATED: 11 February 2014. Funny thing I recieved a new pump assembly from customer service. I had no idea that they were sending it, as they weren't responding to emails. I would rather pay for the replacement as it was my fault the part got broken and not keen on randum packages in my mail. But extremely satisfied in having my stove back in operation.
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