Sure the most basic way to cook anything is over an open fire, but by the time you gather wood and get a fire going, is it really all that more simple than just opening the Primus Onja Stove, lighting the burner up, and sticking a pot on it? That’s what we thought. This convenient, little cook stove features a collapsible design that allows it to be easily carried to the campsite or picnic spot, while the stable, stand system elevates the stove (10-inches to be exact) just enough to cook comfortably from your camp chair. The two burners put out about 10,000 BTUs of heat, giving the stove a boil time that falls just shy of four minutes, and the sturdy covers allow the stove to securely accommodate heavier pots and pans.
Collapsible camp stove
Wood cover/cutting board included
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