Demonstrate your campground culinary capabilities with the low-profile Primus ETA Lite XL Stove. This stove features a one-liter pot that's big enough for a gourmet meal for up to two people at a time. Setting up is foolproof thanks to the Triangular Joint Connection, which secures the pot with a simple twisting action, while the Laminar Flow Burner Technology offers a low profile to keep your cooking low to the ground and out of the wind. If you find yourself racing daylight and have a camp full of hungry hikers, the Piezo ignition works like magic and the boil time on this stove is just a mere four minutes. With a burn time of 50 minutes, you're sure to have plenty of time to saute and sear a tasty meal for everyone around. The pot is made from hard-anondized aluminum with a ceramic non-stick coating to keep cleaning frustration to a minimum. Primus gave the transparent Tritan lid an integrated colander to increase the diversity of what meals you can whip up in the deep woods. Once breakfast is finished and everyone's packing up to leave, throw the burner, pot, cartridge, plastic bowl, and footrest in the included mesh bag to keep everything organized until the next trip.
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