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Primus EtaExpress™ Stove

Primus EtaExpress StoveSwedish cooking and lighting specialist Primus presents a true lightweight highlight with its new EtaExpress Stove. This integrated cooking system combines minimum pack weight with maximum performance. The revolutionary concept was first introduced with the EtaPower EF Stove in 2007 and was an instant success. Eta stoves achieve an efficiency rate of 80% and are therefore twice as efficient as traditional stoves. This makes the EtaExpress system the optimum solution for solo travellers.

The new EtaExpress Stove represents part of the ongoing product development from Primus in the “Total Weight Concept” of the Eta-series. Eta stands for ‘efficiency rate’. It underlines PRIMUS’ approach that it is not a question of “how fast will the water boil” but a question of “how to save fuel and pack volume”. What really matters is the total weight: What use is a powerful stove if you have to carry twice as much fuel? On the other hand, what good is a small, super-light stove if you have to carry an additional windscreen and pot.

PRIMUS designed the EtaExpress Stove in accordance with this total weight concept and came up with a perfect cooking solution for solo travellers. The entire cooking system – including burner with a piezo electric, windscreen, a hard anodised aluminium 1 litre pot with a very durable, multilayer titanium non-stick surface on the inside and a lid that doubles as a pan – weighs in at 418 grams! It also stows away inside the pot together with a 230 grams gas cartridge. A solo traveller or mountaineer can thus cook for one to two weeks with an integrated cooking system that weighs less than 700 grams.
 
Fuel:
Gas   
Weight / Size: 418 g (without cartridge) / 115 x 140 mm  
Power / Boiling time: 2400 Watt / 2.5 min  
Suggested Retail Price: 85 Euro

 
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