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The New Primus OmniLite Ti is based on the same technology as the award-winning OmniFuel™. This stove is just as reliable and robust, but smaller, lighter and much more fuel-efficient. Its output has been adapted for the new generation of fuel-efficient pots with a heat exchanger, like our Eta Pots™.
The windscreen and pot supports are made of titanium, making the stove very stable and light. OmniLite Ti works with gas, gasoline/petrol, diesel, kerosene/paraffin, and even aviation fuel. Using the separate control knob, you can adjust the flame to the heat you want, even if you are wearing gloves. The pack size is minimal and the stove is perfect for one or two eco-conscious people heading out on an adventure.
Included in Set: ErgoPump™, a multi-tool with a cleaning needle, a foldable windscreen, a heat reflector, a 0.35 l fuel bottle and a convenient and durable storage bag.
Primus EtaPower pot 1.2 l is made of hard anodized aluminium with a multi-layer titanium non-stick surface on the inside. The pot is equipped with a heat exchanger on the bottom, which makes your stove approximately one third faster and more efficient. The sturdy lid can also be used as a colander and it comes with a foldable handle. It can be used with most existing LP gas or multifuel burner on the market. Comes in a practical net stuff sack.
For these and many more exclusive combination set deals visit Elite Mountain Supplies
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