Primus Classic Trail Stove
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- Primus Product
- Includes outdoor cooking Accessory
- Great for camping
- Trekking , Simple, Robust and Flexible Stove
- Built-in Windshield for fast cooking
- Weighs only 8 ounces, Output;
- Operates for 70 minutes on 230 g gas cartridge (not included)
- Manual ignition, Suitable for 1 to 3 people
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|Item Dimensions||4.9 x 4.9 x 2.2 inches|
|Item Weight||0.55 pounds|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Shipping Weight||0.65 pounds|
|Size||2.2" L x 4.9" H x 4.9" W|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
FEATURES of the Primus Classic Trail Stove Top Seller True Classic SPECIFICATIONS of the Primus Classic Trail Stove Weight: 8 oz / 227 g Packing Dimension: 2.8 x 2.4 x 2.9" / 75 x 65 x 70 mm Output: 10000 BTU/h Ignition: Manual Boiling Time: 3 min Suitable for 1 - 3 People
Size: 2.2" L x 4.9" H x 4.9" W
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Top customer reviews
1) it is pretty heavy for a stove of this type, at 7.5oz it is almost a half pound. This is a result of the traditional super Primus structure, a brass valve and either chromed brass or heavy stainless for the upper part. This will last till your grandkids are old, if propane is still even available then.
2) It come in two parts, the burner top and the valve assembly. So they need to be screwed together before attaching to the fuel can and use. A bit of bother and potential to get dirt in the jet. But it makes it fold down small and goes in it's nice mesh bag.
3) When you unscrew from the fuel can you need to do so quickly as the fuel will shoot out a bit. The needle that allows the fuel to come on is a bit long so the stove assembly unscrews enough to lose the O-ring seal before the needle has let the fuel turn off. Again, not a big thing but an annoyance and something to be aware of.
4) The knob looks to be plastic but perhaps is actually bakelite or some other heat resistant product. There is no warning about not using with a wind screen but if it is plastic and used with a wind screen it could melt the knob. Unknown at this point.
The only issue I have is the nob, if get pushed, it will jam the fuel flow. I have to pull it slightly to solve the problem.
After using it for 18 days, I realized that I need a faster stove. So I searched, and found the Jetboil Flash. Ordered one from Amazon, haven't got it though. (Sol is too small; MSR Reactor is too bulky and pricey) So I am going to use this one as a backup stove. It is really tough, you can't go wrong with it.
I wouldn't recommend buying these.