Primetech Stove Set
Excellent camping stove for longer hikes and tripsPrimeTech Stove Set is the ultimate camping stove for performance minded hikers. A gas stove with low fuel consumption and consistent effect, but with full performance. A compact cooking set with integrated burner that makes it very easy to use and transport. Thanks to the PrimeTech pan’s integrated heat exchanger, together with the effective wind guard and the optimised burner, this stove has a fuel consumption of approximately half that of traditional camping stoves. The valve of the gas also has a regulator which gives a steady effect and improves the performance when the gas container is starting to run out at the end of a hike or gets cold in the winter. This way, the fuel consumption will be optimised throughout the life of the container. The only thing you have to do is turn the valve twice more before it starts. In addition, the valve has good fine-tuning, making cooking more precise and much nicer. The burner is also very quiet in comparison to other gas stoves. The burner is integrated in the wind guard, resulting in a stable camping stove that is very easy to use. In three simple steps, the stove is ready for cooking: remove the wind guard from the pan, connect the gas and light up the stove! When you are packing up camp you should pack all the parts together in the pan and it will become a compact, rattle-free unit. PrimeTech Stove Set 1.3L comes with two 1.3 liter pans, one of which has a heat exchanger. Lid in transparent Tritan reg; with integrated strainer and heat-resistant silicone handle, which makes it easier to pour pasta water, etc. The clever tongs are as steady as a fixed handle and as flexible as traditional tongs; they can lock to the pan for easy and secure handling.
Product code: 2659401802972338
Established in Sweden in 1892, by F.W. Lindqvist and J.V. Svenson, Primus created the world’s first kerosene stove. Since then Primus camping stoves have been equipping explores from Roald Amundsen‘s historic 1911 expedition to the South Pole, to Edmund Hillary’s climb to the summit of Mount Everest in 1953.