Primus Aeril Stove

Primus Aeril Stove
Primus Aeril Stove
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Aeril Stove by Primus
The Primus Aeril Stove give you a grill for the campfire wherever you roam. It folds flat for compact packing in cars, and the stainless steel construction keeps sturdy for seasons of cooking camp meals traditionally. The grill grate adjusts its height closer or farther from the fire for customized control.

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SKU: PMS003L
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