DURABLE & POWERFUL: The steel grate on the burner can easily hold heavy pots, and the integrated skillet offers grilling convenience. The 12,000 BTU (3360 W) output can boil a liter of water in three minutes.
The Primus Profile Dual is one of the best portable camping stoves we've ever tested. It produces plenty of heat, even in windy conditions, and it comes with all the features you need for cooking outdoors, including integrated windscreens to steady the flames and an optional hose and connector for propane. The built-in carrying handle is convenient, and the stove folds down for easy storage. Our only complaint is that the stove is heavy, at 12 pounds. That extra weight is attributable primarily to the double burner, though, and the stove is still easy to carry. The Primus Profile Dual comes with everything you need to cook outdoors, including an integrated carrying handle, a built-in piezo igniter, and a side windscreen for steadying the flames. The stove's double burner produces plenty of heat, and Primus' wind screens are as effective at preventing the wind from blowing the stove over as they are at keeping the flame steady. The stove folds down for storage, and it's light enough for one person to carry. The stove also folds down flat, so it takes up almost no space in your backpack.
FOLD, LOCK & CARRY: Foldable legs provide valuable table space while cooking. Designed to be carried, the wood-trimmed handle locks the stove closed for convenient transportation.
The Primus Tupike is one of the best camping stoves that we reviewed, offering plenty of power to cook up meals for the whole family. The stove is easy to set up, with adjustable legs and a heat shield that shields the burners from wind. It also works well in windy conditions, thanks to the integrated windscreens. The stove has a 2-burner design, so it's a good option for camping with one or two people, and it offers enough cooking power to feed two adults or two smaller families. The stove has a 5.4-pound weight, which puts it near the top of our scale, but it's lighter than most 2-burner stoves, and it's also easy to carry. The stove has an integrated propane tank connector, so you just connect it to the cylinder, and you don't have to carry it around separately. The stove has a 2- to 10-gram fuel capacity, which makes it easy to fill it up and take it camping. The stove has a 2-year limited warranty.
HARD-ANODIZED POTS: Two lightweight hard-anodized aluminum pots - one with with integrated heat exchanger and a ceramic non-stick coating - nest into each other for easy packing
The Primus PrimeTech 2.3L Stove System is an efficient and versatile stove system. The stove and burner are compact and lightweight, and the whole package is easy to use. The stove's 2.3L pot is light, durable, and insulated, and it's equipped with a t-grip igniter and a wide lid that locks securely into place. The stove is also compatible with the Primus Ignitor, a piezo igniter that automatically lights the stove at a touch of a button, and it uses fuel more efficiently than conventional stoves. The stove and burner are easy to clean, and the whole system is easy to break down and pack. The stove can cook on accelerant, but we recommend using alcohol or cooking oil instead. The stove and burner were designed to work best with Primus 2.3L and 3.3L cooksets, but with an adapter, you can use other cooksets as well. The PrimeTech 2.3L Stove System is a good choice for backpackers looking to cook on a lightweight and efficient stove system, and it's one of the best-performing stoves we tested.
ROBUST, DURABLE, RELIABLE: Always ready to use with no folding parts, this sit-on-top stove is easy to use, and is perfect for those new to outdoor cooking.
The Primus Classic Trail Stove is a large, stable stove that can burn gas, liquid fuel, or alcohol. It's easy to use, and the output provided is large enough to cook meals for 1-3 people. The stove's wide, 4-inch pot support does a good job of heating large pots, and its stable design ensures that larger pots won't tip over. The stove's burner has a cool-touch handle, and the pot support is removable, making it easy to clean. Because of its large size, the Classic Trail Stove is a good choice for cooking meals for 2-3 people outdoors. The stove's output is also suitable for cooking on a campfire, though it's a bit short for backpacking or car camping. The stove's flame control isn't the best; you can't adjust the flame height, and it's rather sensitive. Overall, the Classic Trail Stove is a reliable, versatile stove that works well for camping, backpacking, and car camping.
FEATURES: Pot supports and recessed burner offer flame protection in windy conditions. Fine control valve provides precise flame and heat control, and works perfectly with PrimeTech pots with heat exchangers.
The Primus Firestick is our favorite compact backpacking stove. It does everything a backpacker needs: it's lightweight, compact, easy to use, and puts out just enough heat to cook food. The firestick is easy to set up, and when you've finished cooking, it packs up small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. The titanium version weighs just 3.7 ounces, making it one of the lightest backpacking stoves around. The stove's lightweight design also makes it ideal for long backpacking trips where every ounce counts. The stove has a wide range of settings, and it has a simmer setting, so you can cook delicate foods without scorching them. The stove's compact size and light weight also make it ideal for car camping, and it's one of our favorite compact cookware sets. The stove also has two convenient handles, so you can use one hand to open and close the stove, and the other hand to control the burner. The stove is easy to clean, and it puts out enough heat to boil a liter of water in just a few minutes.
COMPACT, LIGHTWEIGHT, EASY TO USE: The Essential Trail Stove is a European sit-on-top stove that is perfect for novices and experienced outdoor cooks alike.
The Primus Trail Backpacking Stove is the company's newest addition to its lineup of backpacking stoves, and that's good news for backpackers. The Trail packs a lot of power in a small, lightweight package, and it's the easiest stove we've ever used to get started with. The flame is very steady and controllable, and it's especially easy to light once the stove is dialed in. The Trail's clever design includes a wind-blocking pot support that holds any pot up to 2.5 quarts, and it includes a spare valve so you can use your existing cooking pot. The Trail is the perfect choice for backpackers who primarily cook with lightweight pots, and it's also a great choice for campers who like small, lightweight stoves.
WIND PROTECTING POT SUPPORTS - This mimer stove features wind protecting pot supports which is ideal for outdoor weather conditions and tough terrain. It also supports large sized pots.
The Primus Mimer Stove is an excellent option for anyone who's looking for a stove that is small, light, and portable, and that's easy to use. It's made of lightweight aluminum, so it's relatively lightweight to carry, and it has a fold-up handle for easy transport. The flame control knob is easy to operate, and you can turn the flame on/off with the flick of a switch. The Mimer stove includes 1.5 liters of fuel, which should be enough to provide 8 hours of burn time, and it has a 3.5-liter fuel tank, which is enough for 12 hours of burn time. It comes with a 1-year warranty. The Mimer stove has a maximum output of 2800W, which is enough to power most cookware, and this burner is UL listed, so it's safe for use in the U.S. The Mimer stove also comes with a 1.5-liter propane canister, which is compatible with most propane cylinders. The Mimer stove does not include a gas canister, so you have to purchase one separately, but Primus sells a 1.5-liter propane cylinder for about $8 on Amazon, which is fairly cheap. The Primus Mimer stove also comes with 5 minute simmer control. The Mimer stove comes with some accessories, such as a grill, a windscreen, and a grill cleaning brush. The Primus Mimer stove performs well, it is easy to use, it burns efficiently, and it's quite affordable. The Mimer stove is perfect for anyone who's looking for a compact, portable, and lightweight stove that's easy to use.
Product Type: Portable Stove
If you want to cook for 3-4 people in a small kitchen, the Primus Express Spider II is a great choice. The Spider II is a compact, efficient, and fuel efficient stove that easily fits on most kitchen counters and table-tops. The stove uses a Piezo ignition system, which fires up quickly, and the temperature gauge makes it easy to monitor heat levels. The stove also has a large fuel capacity, so you won't have to refill it frequently, and the front-loading design makes for easy maintenance. The stove has a 1.4-kg weight and weighs about 4.7 kgs with the fuel canister attached. The Spider II has a slightly smaller cooking surface than the Primus Express Spider, but it's close enough to make it a good choice for most kitchens. The Express Spider II's fuel efficiency is also slightly lower, but it should be good enough for most households.
Primus Essential 2.3L Stove Set
The Primus Essential 2.3L Stove Set is great for camping trips or trips where space is at a premium. The stove is compact and lightweight, and the flames are visible through the windshield. The windscreen is also easy to clean, and the aluminum pots are compact and can pack together. The stove burners are integrated into the windshield, so only the windscreen needs to be cleaned. The stove also performs well at faster boil times, and the pots feel sturdy and can handle multiple uses. The stove is easy to set up, and the threads are long, which helps with installation. The stove comes with two aluminum pots, a frying pan, a windscreen, and a carrying bag. The stove comes with a 1-year warranty.
The Primus Gravity III is a high-quality, lightweight camping stove. It's compact, lightweight, and easy to use. It's also extremely durable, with solid construction and a 10-year warranty.