After you use the Primus Profile Campground Stove for a weekend of open-air cooking, you might never want to cook in your own kitchen again. Each burner outputs an impressive 12,000 BTUs, giving you the heat you need to efficiently cook for all your friends at camp. The easy dial controls let you decide if your chili needs to simmer or your bacon needs to fry, and the wind shield panels keep the burners from blowing out if things turn gusty. A locking top and built-in handle makes setting up and breaking down your camp kitchen easy, even if you're not yet ready to head home to your indoor kitchen.
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