The Primus Lite+ (Colors Options Available) Stove is in the Primus gas/compact stove line up. This all-in-one gas stove is designed for three season and solo use. Initially when I opened the box I noticed that this stove was made of quality materials and would be the perfect size for my upcoming adventures. Read on…
By Jenn K.
Review by Arnie P
6 1/2 diameter pot and windscreen
Time for the last look at the Primus ExpressLander white gas stove. During my review I used only Coleman camp fuel. This worked so well that I don’t think I will use any other type of fuel. I did not experience the huge flash ups I had seen when others were using a liquid gas stove. I do not know whether their problems were caused by fuel type or by technique. As in the last testing period, I used the ExpressLander on a picnic table as well as on the trail. My goal in this period was to try using a wind shield as well as using larger pots. To read more.
Review by Arnie P
cooking pot stickers in a porcelain pan
Normally I would have tried the Primus ExpressLander as part of my initial report; however, time ran out before I was able to buy Coleman white gas for the ExpressLander. I was having mixed feelings about my first experience because I had seen other hikers using similar type stoves on the trail. It always seemed that there was this huge unexpected flare out and the look of anxiety as a large yellow flame would seem to consume their entire stove. It was a bit scary to watch. In reality, I may have been better off had I not witnessed those flare ups. To read more.
ExpressLander and primary parts
The ExpressLander was provided was provided by Primus for review purposes.
The ExpressLander runs on white gas. The stove is made mostly of metal and appears very durable. It claims to still be one of the lightest white gas stoves on the market. The package contains a stove, heat reflector, fuel pump, multi tool, and a nylon bag. I did not find the multi tool in my box. Inquiries were made and I received the tool a few days later. I was also provided with a fuel tank with a capacity of 1 L.
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Well maybe it does to AnitGravityGear (www.anitigravitygear.com) and Trail Designs (www.traildesigns.com). AntiGravityGear and Trail Designs have come together to produce an outstanding Stove and Pot set. It’s called the AntiGravityGear Mama’s Kitchen 3 Cup Deluxe Solo Cook Set. That’s a lot to say in one breath and believe it or not, you get a lot in this set. Read more….
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After three months I have learned some new lessons about trail cooking and trusting a simple, yet well constructed cook system on the trail. It has been a cold and nasty winter in Texas, but the Caldera Keg – H Cook System has opened my eyes to being more efficient about cooking
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by Anderson Bowman