WIN a PRIMUS EtaSolo NOW CLOSED

by Michael Ryan Sep/2010
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The winner is Ian Bryant of Sevenoaks.

Answers:

1. Which explorer, in 1911, took a Primus stove to the South Pole?
Roald Amundsen

2. How big, in litres, is the pot that comes with EtaSolo?
0.9 litres

3. Name another Primus stove in the Eta series?
EtaExpress

COMPETITION CLOSED

We have one PRIMUS EtaSolo up for grabs.

Simply answer these three questions (hint go to www.primus.eu to help you answer the questions.)

1. Which explorer, in 1911, took a Primus stove to the South Pole?
2. How big, in litres, is the pot that comes with EtaSolo?
3. Name another Primus stove in the Eta series?

Email your answers (and your name and address) to mel@springpr.com by next Thursday (30th September) and we will announce the winner the day after.


PRIMUS launches EtaSolo Stove: integrated, compact, lightweight #1, 58 kb

Compact, lightweight and low fuel

The PRIMUS EtaSolo is based on the award winning Eta technology of our Primus burner and heat exchanger. Its high efficiency rate assures fast boiling times and lower fuel consumption. The EtaSolo is stable in windy conditions, lightweight, and extremely compact. Quick and easy to set up thanks to its robust quickclick locking mechanism. The 0.9 l pot comes with a removeable wrap-around heat resistant cover with sure-grip handle. The pot's lid has a special opening for drinking hot brews. The burner and a 100 g gas cartridge can all be securely stowed away in the pot.

What do you get: a burner with piezo ignition, base with windscreen, 0.9l hard anodized pot with volume measurements, Eta technology heat exchanger, lid with sipper, cartridge footrest, suspension kit, detachable pan supports for using larger pots and heat resistant cover with grip handle. All components including a 100g gas cartridge [not included] can pack into the pot.

Designed in line with Primus' Total Weight Concept its efficiency is down to Eta technology, closed burner and windscreen meaning a 100g gas cartridge delivers enough fuel for approximately one hour cooking time, sufficient for a whole weekend trip. It's lightweight too weighing just 365g excluding gas cartridge and it has a small pack volume at 4.1 x 6.1.

What's more, it's safe and easy to use with a durable EasyClick lock system and simply operated piezo-ignition.

Available now.

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