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Primus Classic Trail Stove

August 14, 2015 - Comment

ClassicTrail is a simple, durable and classic outdoor stove for those who wish to enjoy good food in the great outdoors. A robust design and a great value. The crosswise pot support acts as a built-in windscreen that makes cooking both fast and reliable. If you don’t want to think about matches,

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ClassicTrail is a simple, durable and classic outdoor stove for those who wish to enjoy good food in the great outdoors. A robust design and a great value. The crosswise pot support acts as a built-in windscreen that makes cooking both fast and reliable. If you don’t want to think about matches, you can equip your ClassicTrail with a piezo igniter. Comes with a nylon bag.Somehow, food just tastes better outdoors. To heighten your culinary prowess on your next camping trip, while keeping bulk and ounces to a minimum, start with the Primus Classic Trail stove, a simple and durable stove with robust design. Crosswire pot support acts as a built-in windscreen, and if you’d prefer not to worry about matches, the stove can be equipped with an optional piezo igniter. Comes complete with nylon storage and transport bag.

Features
Lightweight, compact camp stove Manual ignition 10,000 BTUs of heat Three-minute boiling time Includes nylon storage bag Eight-ounce weight

Product Features

  • Trekking , Simple, Robust and Flexible Stove
  • Built-in Windshield for fast cooking
  • Weighs only 8 ounces, Output;
  • Operates for 70 minutes on 230 g gas cartridge (not included)
  • Manual ignition, Suitable for 1 to 3 people
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Comments

bobbyb says:

Great little stove I’ve owned a Primus Classic Trail Stove for about 5 years and have used it on numerous backpacking and kayak camping trips. I starts immediately and will boil 32oz of water (what it takes for my coffee pot) in 4 min at 65 degrees outside temp. I’ve used it in cooler weather but have not timed the boil. I love the adjustability of this stove as it is easy to simmer or have a raging boil. I’ve never had an issue with stability but am always cautious about bumping over a boiling coffee pot…

Glide Floss says:

Excellent little stove I’ve had/used the Primus Classic Trail stove the past 3 years and it has performed flawlessly each and every time. The pot support has been surprisingly effective, even with larger pots, pans, and kettles. On typical trips, the stove is in its stuff sack in a kettle. I don’t have the piezo igniter … use matches instead.

Jon says:

Great little stove The Primus Classic Trail Stove is a decent little stove. It is very well built and is not going to let anyone down on the mountain. Used for several multiple day backpacking trips. Seems extremely reliable and features a large base that prevents tips with large or even smaller pots. The one thing I would caution is to check out its weight. It is built really well but that may also mean more grams than you would like in your stove. Also wish it would fit into the the pot and allow the pots…

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