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Primus Multi-Fuel Stove


Extremely reliable expedition kitchen that boils water, melts snow, and works with almost any type of fuel.

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Product Description

Primus Multi-Fuel Stove

On adventures where dependability and output are extremely important, MultiFuel is the go-to stove. Less moving parts, which requires less maintenance and repair, and in extreme situations, a strong flame can melt snow and boil water. Pot supports lock securely in place while cooking, but fold tight when stowed to make the stove more compact. With a low center of gravity, it is possible to use larger pots and pans and cook for 1–4 people. Multiple jet nipples attach directly to the pot supports and are clearly labeled to avoid confusion when using different fuel types. The MuliFuel Stove can run on gas, gasoline/petrol, diesel, kerosene/paraffin, and even aviation fuel and can be used almost anywhere in the world.

  • Pot supports made of stainless steel provide the best durability.
  • Wide, strong flame is excellent for heating larger pots to boil water or melt snow.
  • Easily support self-service
  • Travel-friendly and compatible with a wide range of fuels, including aviation fuel, white gas, kerosene, canister gas, and diesel
  • There are multiple jet nipples included that can be used with the suitable fuel and pinned directly to the pot supports.
  • Has an ErgoPump, a multi-tool with a cleaning needle, a foldable windscreen, a heat reflector, and a nylon storage bag included.
  • Certified by Primus Expedition Service!
  • Swedish invention, made in Europe

Tech Specs

  • Material: Brass, Stainless Steel
  • Height: 9,5 cm
  • Width: 6,6 cm
  • Depth: 13,2 cm
  • Weight: 373 g
  • Diameter: 6.6 cm
  • Igniter: Without Piezo Igniter
  • Boiling Time Regular Pot: 4.3 min
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Power: 2700 W
  • Gas NOT included




In 1892, F.W. Lindqvist and J.V. Svenson invented the world’s first soot-free kerosene stove in a small Stockholm workshop, naming it “Primus.” This innovative stove quickly gained a reputation for reliability and became the preferred choice for pioneering expeditions. Notable milestones include Roald Amundsen’s 1911 South Pole expedition and Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary’s historic Mount Everest summit in 1953.
In 1994, to meet growing demand, Primus opened a factory in Tartu, Estonia, maintaining a commitment to high-quality European production. Primus is one of the few stove manufacturers still producing in Europe, with an emphasis on in-house design, rigorous testing, and quality control. Every product is thoroughly tested to ensure reliability, making Primus stoves lifelong companions for outdoor enthusiasts.