Primus EtaPower EF Trail

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Weight 830 g / 29 oz
Dimensions 210 mm x 210 mm x 135 mm / 8.3 in x 8.3 in x 5.3 in
Output 2000 W / 7150 BTU/h
Boiling time 2.5 min
Ignition Piezoelectric
Suitable for 1-4 people
Temperature generally down to +/- 0° C, temporarily -15° C



Bought this a fortnight ago, spent 4 days in Cairngorms,…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Price Paid: £50

Bought this a fortnight ago, spent 4 days in Cairngorms, great cooking times water boiled pretty quick and saved me a whole lot of gas, got it in sale for £50 quid, best buy this year. good one cheers & happy travels

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A lighterweight version of the EtaPower EF. The trail has a 1.7 L pot, a standard lid and a lightweight mesh carry bag. One 220 gram gas container will heat food for two people for more than 6 days. Includes a Piezo electric ignition, burner stand, windscreen, and handle. Weight: 27 oz. 7150 BTU.

- Vargo Outdoors

Hit the trail with the tool you need to feed up to four campers: the Primus EtaPower EF Trail Stove. Boil quickly and use less fuel on your next alpine adventure with this extremely efficient and versatile stove. Utilizing a wind shield and EtaPower(TM) pot with built-in heat exchanger, you'll be enjoying a liter of boiling water in short order. Better heat retention than standard stove-and-pot arrangements saves fuel. Preheating coil reduces energy consumption and improves performance in extreme cold. Low-profile design provides excellent stability. Piezo igniter sparks the stove to life with a push of a button, eliminating worries about wet matches or burning your hand. 1.7-liter EtaPower pot, lid, wind shield, pot grip and mesh storage bag included. Fuel sold separately.


On Sale. Free Shipping. Primus EtaPower EF Trail Stove (Spring 2010) The EtaPower EF Trail Stove by Primus makes performance lighter. Primus designed the EtaPower EF Trail Stove as a lighter alternative to its original EtaPower stove, which was given the Editor's Choice Award in 2007 by Backpacker Magazine. Designed for overnight trips and ultralight backpacking excursions, the EtaPower Trail features a piezoelectric starter and covered burner base for maximum fuel efficiency on the trail. The 2.1L pot comes with an integrated heat exchanger to further reduce your energy loss while cooking. The EtaPower EF Trail Stove runs on most brands of canister fuel, so there's no messy gas spills to deal with. FEATURES of the EtaPower EF Trail Stove by Primus: Very Fast Boiling Time Low Fuel consumption Environmentally friendly Low total weight High efficiency rate, over 80% SPECIFICS: Material: Steel Fuel Type: Canister Boil Time: 2.5min Simmer: No Auto Ignition: Yes Windscreen: Yes Heat Reflector: Yes Stuff Sack: Yes Hard Case: No Size: 8.3 x 8.3 x 5.3in (21 x 21 x 13.5cm) folded Weight: 1lb 11oz (775g) Recommended Use: Backpacking Manufacturer Warranty: Lifetime Made in Estonia Designed in Sweden

- Moosejaw

Simple, effective, and fuel-efficient. The EtaPower EF stove's high efficiency rate allows for fast boiling times, less fuel consumption, and a lower overall weight, which makes it a more environmentally friendly stove on the whole than traditional outdoor stoves. The stove comes with a burner base, windscreen, EtaPower 1.7 L pot w/lid, heat exchanger, handle, and a nylon bag. Runs on a standard gas canister (Not Included).


Primus EtaPower EF Trail


The Primus EtaPower EF Trail is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 4, 2011 at Vargo Outdoors.

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