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Primus P-328985 Omnifuel W/ . 6l Fuel Bottle

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Our most tried and true product has now become even more flexible. OmniFuel uses very advanced materials to offer advanced functionality and is designed to handle demanding conditions, extreme altitudes and both high and low temperatures. OmniFuel is a sturdy stove that works with LP gas, gasoline/petrol, diesel and kerosene - even aviation fuel. Using the separate control knob, the flame can be adjusted to provide the exact heat required. The ErgoPump, the multi-tool with an integrated cleaning needle, nylon stuff sack and the windscreen and heat reflector are included.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds
  • ASIN: B00388SYZE
  • Item model number: 328985PRIMUS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #619,452 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Mr. H on April 17, 2011
The Omnifuel promises one thing: the ability to burn nearly any kind of fuel in the world in a rock solid, dependable platform. On this front, it delivers. There is ample evidence on Youtube and various camping forums attesting to the diversity of fuels capable of running the stove -- mineral spirits, biodiesel, kerosene, naptha, panel wipe, Coleman fuel, gasoline, diesel, aviation fuel, and pressurized butane canisters both in gas form (upright) and in a liquid state with the canister inverted. The latter is particularly important for cold weather operation.

Included with the stove above is a 530 ml fuel bottle, the Ergopump, an aluminum windscreen, aluminum heat reflector, three different-sized jets for various fuels, a small sack for the stove, a larger sack that fits the stove plus bottle, and a tube of silicone grease for the pump leather. It's probably the most inclusive set of bits I have ever gotten with a stove.

Primus recommends using the butane canisters for the best and easiest operation of the stove. Using these canisters is the cleanest and fastest way to get the stove running. But I think they say this just to keep people happy. The stove will happily burn Coleman Fuel almost as well as butane cans. The stove has two valves -- one on the fuel line right at the bottle, and another on the burner. It is easy to dial back the stove for simmering, but I still found the ability to low simmer somewhat lackluster. It is a step above most stoves, but still a far cry from even a simple screw on micro stove in its ability to simmer. The $10 micro stove I have will simmer like no other.

I personally tried the stove with butane, Coleman fuel, kerosene and unleaded gasoline. Primus suggests priming the stove with bottle fuel, but I don't suggest this.
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By TFox3 on December 22, 2013
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I did a ton of research on every type of camp/backpack stove that is out there. I needed something lightweight, fast and able to use different fuel types. Mostly I will use Coleman type naphtha fuel through it, which it does very well. Occasionally I use the canisters because they are really lightweight compared to the liquid fuel, depends on if I need to shed weight or not. Works great on both, have not tried any other fuels yet but plan to just to test (kerosene, too many additives in the US gasoline).
This stove using naphtha fuel once started (after warm up) will boil three cups of water in a bit over under 3 minutes, it boils my 5 cup percolator in about 4 min 30 sec.
This stove does sound like a jet engine, it is the loudest camp stove I have ever owned. That being said it doesn't usually matter, though I may not see as much wildlife as I'm making my morning coffee.
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By Sebastian on May 26, 2013
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This stove - just erfekt stuff...! I want to start cocking....
Next week i will go to norway, them. We will see...

Sebastian From germany
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