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With a shelf full of top outdoor awards, there are countless reasons to choose the Omnifuel for your cold-weather or high-altitude adventures this winter. Here are our top 10…
Exceptional performance in every environment
Primus stoves have been relied on by adventurers for more than 125 years and the advanced Omnifuel can't be beaten when it comes to cooking in extreme environments. The stove has been constantly refined since its launch 10 years ago and its proven design offers fast and reliable cooking times in both extra-high altitudes to sub-zero conditions,
Optimised for every fuel
With the Omnifuel, you never have to worry about accessing the right kind of fuel – it can be run from almost all types of fuel from gas to petrol, diesel, kerosene, paraffin and even aviation fuel! This advanced stove even includes different jets for each fuel type, ensuring that whatever you're burning, your stove will deliver optimum performance. The jets screw onto the stove's legs so they are always to hand when you need them.
Powerful 3000W output
In tough conditions you don't want to have to wait too long for your next meal. The Omnifuel has a powerful 3000W output that makes fast work of prepping your meal in the outdoors.
Made in Europe
Primus understands that a demanding environment requires a stove that you can trust to perform 100% of the time. For this reason, the Omnifuel (and all other Primus stoves) are manufactured with great care at the brand's European factory.
Forget risking frost-bite to the fingers, the Omnifuel is designed to be easy to operate while wearing gloves, making it the ideal choice for trips where very cold temperatures are on the agenda.
No-one wants to buy a shiny new stove only to discover something is wrong when you take it out of the box at home… To ensure it is working perfectly before it leaves the factory, every Primus stove is individually fire tested and signed off, ensuring it is given the brand's seal of approval before arriving in store. As it's exported all over the world, the Omnifuel is even put through to Japan's stringent product tests meaning the stove has been tested to an incredible 10,000 turn on/off cycles.
Compact and lightweight
You might think that all this stove technology might weight your pack down but the Omnifuel weighs just 350g!
To help make operating the stove as safe and easy as possible at the end of a long day when you are tired and hungry, Primus has designed the Omnifuel's fuel bottle with a fool-proof design that means it will only work when it is the correct way up, helping to reduce the risk of flare-ups.
An investment for life
Designed to accompany its owner on a lifetime of adventures, the Primus Omnifuel comes with the brand's Expedition Service Warranty. This means that Primus will provide spare parts or repair any issues caused by defective materials or workmanship.
Easy to service or mend
The Omnifuel is designed so that it can be easily stripped and serviced while in the field so you can have peace of mind that if anything should go wrong, you can easily sort it. The Omnifuel is even supplied with a handy multi-tool that makes the job even easier.
For more information about the multi-award winning Omnifuel, visit www.primus.eu
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