Primus Power Cook Canister Stove

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Primus Power Cook stove folds down when not in use to fit compactly in your backpack. And, when you're ready for dinner, it lights easily and outputs a hot flame to boil water quickly. Unlike most other small isobutane-propane stoves, the Power Cook stove has a foldable neck so that it can fit into even smaller space when you're packing for a trip. Stove will burn for 45 min. with a 230g fuel canister and bring water to boil in about 3 min. Use the EasyTrigger(TM) piezo igniter to spark the stove to life without matches. Weighing only 6 oz., the Primus Power Cook stove won't slow you down on the hike in. Due to flammable item shipping restrictions, we cannot sell fuel canisters online; they are available at REI retail stores. Closeout.


Primus' most powerful canister-top stoves compact design comes thanks to the foldable neck. The stablity of the locking collar, and the convenience of the EasyTrigger Piezoelectric igniter combine to make this stove compact yet powerful. The wide pot supports are compatible with larger pots and fry pans, but also fold so the Power Cook can tuck beneath a fuel canister for easy packability and storage.


With its incredible 13500 BTU/hr heat output, the Primus Power Cook Canister Stove is the most powerful offering in the Primus line-up. The stove will boil water in as quick as two minutes, and the extra-wide pot supports allow you to cook with larger pots and pans, significantly enhancing your culinary options in the backcountry. Even better, the stove folds up super small for easy packing and weighs just six ounces.


CLOSEOUTS . The Primus Power Cook canister stove is the companyand#39;s most powerful direct-mounted stove, with a foldable design and a reliable piezoelectric ignition. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.

- Sierra Trading Post

Primus Power Cook Canister Stove

previously retailed for:
$31.73 - $38.50

The Primus Power Cook Canister Stove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 11, 2014 at REI.

If you're looking for a new compressed fuel canister stove, check out the best reviewed current models.

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