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Primus Onja Stove
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- Fuel Type: canister
- Boil Time: 3 min 40 sec
- Burn Time: 34 min
- Heat Output: 10000 BTU
- Piezo Ignition: no
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Sure the most basic way to cook anything is over an open fire, but by the time you gather wood and get a fire going, is it really all that more simple than just opening the Primus Onja Stove, lighting the burner up, and sticking a pot on it' That's what we thought. This convenient, little cook stove features a collapsible design that allows it to be easily carried to the campsite or picnic spot, while the stable, stand system elevates the stove (10-inches to be exact) just enough to cook comfortably from your camp chair. The two burners put out about 10,000 BTUs of heat, giving the stove a boil time that falls just shy of four minutes, and the sturdy covers allow the stove to securely accommodate heavier pots and pans.
Color: Fog Grey | Size: One Size
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Overall, solid piece of gear. Great solution for those looking for home stove top-quality stoves to take outdoors without the price tag, weight or footprint issues of conventional camping stoves. It also accepts a wide range of fuel types and sizes.
This stove is a lot more compact than most good 2 burner options out there, so it's not a big space waster in the car. I'm also a fan for 2-in-1 things and I like how the cutting board doubles as a way to keep the pot holder protected when you sling it over your shoulder during a day hike or even just from the car to the picnic blanket.
I agree with others that the wooden cutting board should have been properly sanded and oiled. I've used this thing 3 times, and had to oil it twice, and since this is a specific shape for the stove, it's just a good idea to oil this often. Doesn't take a lot of work, but a nuisance.
Others have suggested taping down the gas knobs to prevent any gas leaking when carrying. I would suggest similarly, and when transporting in a car just unscrew the canisters altogether for peace of mind.