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Designed to deliver a proper meal for one or two people

The powerful and stable Primus Eta Spider Stove is designed to deliver a proper meal for one or two people after a long day in the wilderness.

The high performance burner can be controlled to achieve a rapid boil time, a gentle warming or something in between. Its wide base provides stability on uneven ground while the integrated windshield ensures uninterrupted cooking.

A heat exchanger is built into the base of the cooking pot, which increases fuel efficiency and shortens cooking times by a third. You can also put the cooking pot in the insulation bag once heated to cook through your food to save fuel.

When your meal is cooked, you can pack the whole thing into the compact storage bag and throw it in your rucksack.

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Product Features

  • Stable base
  • Integrated windshield
  • 1L Heat exchanger cooking pot
  • Insulation bag
  • Compact storage bag
  • Gas not included
  • Weight: 599g

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1 There is 1 review of this product

First impressions are good
Reviewed By W, 24 Mar 2014

I have been looking for sometime for a light weight stable cooking system suitable for backpacking, but never really found the right one. I had a Camping Gaz twister before which was cheap, tough and did the job, but was quite unstable, and was open to the wind and quite wasteful with gas. The Primus Eta is low level and very stable, and as it is an all in one cooking system has a built in heat exchanger and it's own windshield to fit. I have tried it at home, and was impressed with how quick it boiled a pan of water. From this I believe it will be far more efficient with gas - papers suggest at least a third more efficient than other stove systems, making the gas last longer. I haven't had a chance to use it whilst camping yet - trip planned to Lakes week after next, and will update. Also is slightly lighter than my original system.



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