Often barbecue grills and compact stoves are great devices for cooking outdoors, but they cannot cook more than one dish at the same time. For those campers who don’t like to compromise with their food, Primus Kinjia Stove is an ultimate cooking device. The briefcase-style, two-burner gas stove is incredibly slender and lightweight (8.8 lbs) to bring to different locations.
The gas stove is made from powder-coated steel along with details in oak and brass. The stove runs on lightweight and backpacking gas canisters of 100g, 230g, or 450g. The stove features manual ignition and is compatible with the CampFire Griddle Plate.
For cooking, you need to attach hose from the stove to a gas cylinder. Now, open the lid using its wooden handle and set the stove grid. It can burn constantly for approximately 47 minutes with a 230g canister. The grids and the stainless steel drip tray are removable. This means its easier to clean after use.
The Primus Kinjia stove is a perfect cooking solution for foodies who enjoy spending time outdoors. All thanks to its close-packed design, one can easily take to different camping locations, beaches, or other remote locations. You can purchase it online for €180 (approx. US $200).
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