Primus Eta Spider

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Thanks to its remote connection to the fuel canister, the hose-mounted Primus Eta Spider Stove has a lower center of gravity than standard stacked stoves for extra stability while cooking.

- REI

If you fancy yourself a gourmet backcountry chef, the Primus ETA Express Spider Stove's an essential part of your packable kitchen. It runs on a super-easy-to-use propane/butane/isobutane cartridge, ignites with a push of the Piezo ignition, and comes with a windbreak/heat reflector for serious efficiency, meaning you don't have to pack in a ton of extra gas. The lid, which has a silicone grip, doubles as a colander, and there's a BPA-free plastic bowl included as well. The whole shebang packs down into the pot for easy transport and storage, too, so you can break down, pack up, and reset in minutes, giving you more time to whip up your famous dirt, pine needle, and old-sock stew.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Primus ETA Express Spider Stove FEATURES of the Primus ETA Express Spider Stove Built in heat exchanger - low feul consumption Piezo Igniter - no matches needed Windscreen with low center of gravity for greater stability Plastic lid with integrated colander Multi-feul compatible with Eta Spider Multi fuel kit Includes: ETA Spider burner, 1 Liter ceramic coated pot with lid, Piezo igniter, windscreen, plastic bowl, insulation bag SPECIFICATIONS of the Primus ETA Express Spider Stove Weight: 21.1 oz / 599 g 7000 BTU/h / 2000 W Boil time: 3 min 35 sec

- Moosejaw