Primus Eta Express

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Environmentally friendly, small, light, and minimal fuel consumption for solo trips. The new Eta Express now has an even more effective windscreen that simply clicks onto the stove using powerful magnets. It comes with a 1 liter Eta pot with a heat exchanger, which has been given a completely new design and is now lower. This means that the center of gravity is lower, making it easier for you to cook. The lid of the pot is made from transparent BPA-free plastic with an integrated colander and grip-friendly silicone. The stove, the included BPA-free plastic bowl and a 100 gram gas cartridge can be packed inside the pot. Boil time: 2:40 minutes Fuel Type: 230 g fuel cartridge Ignition: Piezoelectric Output: 8,900 BTU Size: 5.9" x 3.9" Weight: 15.8 oz. A A

- Mountains Plus

After a long day on the trail, savor a hot, tasty meal in the serenity of nature. Get all the cooking power you need in this small, light and efficient stove. Compact and portable, it fits neatly into your pack and is easy to set up and take down perfect for multiday backpacking trips. Its magnetic windscreen and low-to-the-ground design shield the stove's flames from gusts. Delivering almost 9,000 BTUs, the single stainless-steel burner boils water and cooks food in minutes. Grip-friendly silicone handles enable you to securely hold the one-liter aluminum pot while serving. A ceramic nonstick coating makes cleanup a cinch. The transparent BPA-free plastic lid with integrated colander allows you to watch your food while it cooks, reducing heat loss. Twist-and-click piezoelectric igniter makes lighting the stove simple. Durable brass gas valve and fitting easily attach to an 8.1 oz. gas cartridge, sold separately. 85 minutes of burn time. Serves one to two people. Imported. Capacity 1 liter. Dimensions 5.9"L x 3.9"W. Weight 15.8 oz.

- L.L.Bean

Primus Eta Express

previously retailed for:
$79.99 - $110.00

The Primus Eta Express is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 18, 2014 at Mountains Plus.

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