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Primus Lite+ Stove tested and reviewed Featured

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Primus Lite+ Stove

New in 2015 and a replacement for the popular Eta Lite, the Primus Lite+ is a classic heat exchange stove optimised for boiling water fast. A unique locking system gives the system a faster set-up time and increases stability while the potsize is ideal for the solo traveller.

 

What the manufacturers say:

Lite+ sets a new standard for compact all-in-one stoves. The unique locking mechanism (patent pending) makes it very sturdy and thanks to the Laminar Flow Burner Technology (patent pending), the stove has a lower burner than would otherwise be possible, resulting in a more stable, lighter and compact stove. Perfect for the solo trip or a coffee break for two – with the optional coffee press it makes two cups of fresh coffee in a handful of minutes! The stove and all accessories, including a 100-gram gas cartridge, fit into the 500 ml hard anodized aluminium pot. For 2015 Lite+ comes with a new heat resistant sleeve in durable G-1000 with felt lining. The sleeve also features a webbing handle with the added ability to use the stove hanging. The lid cuts cooking time and keeps all the parts securely in place in your backpack – and can also be used as a mug. Lite+ includes a foot support for added stability on uneven surfaces and a suspending cord. Gas is not included.

Price: £110

Primus Lite+ Stove

New in 2015 and a replacement for the popular Eta Lite, the Primus Lite+ is a classic heat exchange stove optimised for boiling water fast. A unique locking system gives the system a faster set-up time and increases stability while the potsize is ideal for the solo traveller.

Description

A simple, but fast and very efficient, heat-exchange pot boiler, the Primus Lite+ is the replacement for the popular Primus ETA Lite. Featuring a new locking system and innovative answer to the problem of using non heat-echange pots it's simple to use and perfect for the solo traveller.

What the manufacturers say:

Lite+ sets a new standard for compact all-in-one stoves. The unique locking mechanism (patent pending) makes it very sturdy and thanks to the Laminar Flow Burner Technology (patent pending), the stove has a lower burner than would otherwise be possible, resulting in a more stable, lighter and compact stove. Perfect for the solo trip or a coffee break for two – with the optional coffee press it makes two cups of fresh coffee in a handful of minutes! The stove and all accessories, including a 100-gram gas cartridge, fit into the 500 ml hard anodized aluminium pot. For 2015 Lite+ comes with a new heat resistant sleeve in durable G-1000 with felt lining. The sleeve also features a webbing handle with the added ability to use the stove hanging. The lid cuts cooking time and keeps all the parts securely in place in your backpack – and can also be used as a mug. Lite+ includes a foot support for added stability on uneven surfaces and a suspending cord. Gas is not included.

 

 

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