Primus Primetech Stove Set

Primus Primetech Stove Set
Primus Primetech Stove Set
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Primetech Stove Set by Primus
Cooking in the backcountry always seems like a compromise; either you're cooking something easy and fast, or you're spending too much time fighting wind and inefficiency to make something substantial. But with the Primus Primetech Stove Set, it's easier to reach a middle ground of solid wind protection and varied cooking options. When combined, the stove's heat exchanger, wind guard, and optimized burner render the Primetech's fuel consumption half that of the average camp stove, so you no longer have to choose between eating a hot meal or having potable water to drink. But the coolest thing about the Primetech is its ability to fine-tune heat intensity, so you don't have to fuse mac & cheese fragments into the bottom of your pot just to ward off the blue box blues.

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SKU: PMS002H
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