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Primus OmniFuel Stove w/ ErgoPump & Fuel Bottle One Color, One Size

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3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)


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Product Description

Use the Primus Omnifuel Multi-Fuel Stove to quickly boil water at a high alpine pass or saute some garlic without burning it at basecamp. Primus outfitted this durable, field-maintainable stove with an easy-to-use ErgoPump, so it excels in extreme conditions, altitudes, and temperatures. If you travel abroad, you can fill this stove's included fuel bottle with any type of fuelLP gas, gasoline, diesel, kerosene, and even aviation fuel. Primus also threw in a nylon stuff sack, wind screen, and heat reflector.

Product Features
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Dimensions: 5.5 x 3.3 x 2.8 in, 14 x 8.5 x 7 cm
  • Folded Dimensions:
  • Fuel Type: LP gas, gasoline/petrol, diesel, kerosene
  • Burn Time:
  • Boil Time: 3 min
  • Simmer: yes
  • Auto Ignition: no
  • Windscreen: yes
  • Heat Reflector: yes
  • Parts Kit: yes
  • Cleaning Tool: yes
  • Fuel Bottle or Canister Included: yes
  • Stuff Sack: yes
  • Hard Case: no
  • Weight: 15.6 oz 441 g
  • Recommended Use:
  • Manufacturer Warranty:

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4.0 out of 5 stars Useless Windscreen May 17, 2011
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Excellent overall stove.I did not give it 5 stars due to the poorly design/choice of material for the windscreen. The screen come folded and was made of thin aluminium. This probably ok if the alumunium material is flexible enough. The screen broke on the folded seam while i was trying to set it up to test for the first time. You better of making your own windscreen out of Heavy Duty alumunium foil (layered several time). It will be flexible, disposable and lightweight (depend on how many layers you use). Just use the original windscreen as a template. You also need to replace the jet for different type of fuel you use. So plan accordingly. Although I carry them all in a small bag along with the useful maintenance tool (it doesnt weigh much).
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Used this as my primary stove on Aconcagua, the tallest mountain outside of Asia. Worked like a charm. Never had any issues with it. I did not treat it particularly nicely. Didn't clean it. Just stuffed it right back in its sack and forgot about it until I got to the next camp.

My only qualm with it, is that it seemed like it took longer to heat stuff then other peoples stoves. But they were primarily using canisters and I was using white gas. So I can't be sure if that wasn't why.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Expensive Rubbish June 9, 2014
By Hover
This is not my first multi-fuel stove, but definitely the most expensive and most poorly engineered. It is horrifically loud (think jet engine) on any fuel, can't sustain a low flame cleanly (not even on canister gas), heavy, and doesn't fold away efficiently.

Turns out it is also unreliable and "supported" by some of the worst customer service (thanks Brunton). After reverting back to my light, simple and compact gas burner for normal expeditions due to the Primus stove's failure at, well, everything, I finally took it on a trip where liquid fuel was needed. Somewhere between the first and second use on white spirits, the leather pump-seal turned into crumbly cardboard and failed, leaving me with a useless paperweight. These seals are available as part of a large and expensive package of replacement parts, most of which are unlikely to ever need replacing. As with my previous problems with Brunton products, their customer service has simply failed to respond to me at all.

Rather than spending a small fortune on replacement parts, and especially considering the stories I've heard about these stoves exploding, I'll just get a decent stove from a reliable brand next time. It's a shame that Brunton is ruining a classic name with a poor product and worse service.
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