Primus Gravity EF

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This stove boasts stability. Well the butane canister…

Rating: rated 2 of 5 stars
Price Paid: about 80 bucks

This stove boasts stability. Well the butane canister is very stable BUT the stove without a pot boiling water or cooking on it is extremely unstable. Every time you move the canister the stove moves - lit or unlit. Extreme caution should be taken when using this stove. It will easily tip if the fuel hose is moved. This problem is probably the same with all of this kind of stove. I honestly prefer the Primus alpine easy light to this stove and for about 24 bucks it can't be beat.

Happy Trails!

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . With a low center of gravity, and four sturdy collapsible legs, the Primus Gravity EF stove supports large and small pots, in a lightweight, compact design that takes up minimal space in your pack. Excellent simmering capacity and superior stability Can be used at low temperatures thanks to the preheating coil 10,500 BTU/h Includes: Stove (HxWxD): 1-1_2x4x4" Windscreen: 6x30" Ground protector: 9" diameter Multi-tool: 3-1_2x3_4" Weight: 9.3 oz. Material: Stainless steel and brass stove, aluminum windscreen, ground protector and multi tool, nylon stuff sack Made in Estonia Stove does not include fuel canister. Shipping restrictions prevent us from selling fuel and/or flammables online. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Primus Gravity EF stove with piezo igniter makes backcountry cooking a snap. Small packed size lets stove slip into the smallest corner of your pack. Built-in piezo igniter sparks the stove to life without matches. Powerful stove heats up quickly thanks to efficient pre-heating coil. Four foldaway legs offer superb stability; integrated burner technology creates a stove approximately 30% lower in height than comparable stoves. Stove offers excellent simmering capability, helping the backcountry gourmet create delectable delights. Stove design makes it very easy to use. Comes with heat reflector, wind screen and stuff sack (weight in spec chart is for stove only); these items weigh an additional 4.25 oz. Requires fuel canister, sold separately. Closeout.


Screw, screw, screw. Plunk. Boil. Now was that so hard? Primus gave the Gravity I EF Stove a piezo igniter, so you can quit the priming and get cooking. A pre-heating coil helps boil water faster, and four wide foldable legs hold that big pot of water steady. If freeze-dried meals aren't your game, this highly packable stove can simmer with the best of 'em.

- Backcountry Outlet

Primus Gravity EF


The Gravity EF has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$39.95 - $69.99

The Primus Gravity EF is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 11, 2010 at Sierra Trading Post.

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