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NEW Primus Lite stove: simply great

Primus Lite Stove, 78 kb
For 2015 Primus, Swedish stove specialist, is launching a family of stoves based on the Eta range.  Comprising three members, the collection starts with the entry-level Lite.  This spec'd-down version of the Lite+ offers simplicity yet the same performance and outstanding fuel-efficiency of the rest of the range.  

The patent pending Triangular Joint locking mechanism of the pot to the stove and the Laminar Flow Burner Technology [patent pending] provide a stable and efficient cooking experience for one.  The 500ml hard-anodised aluminium pot with its integrated het exchanger and wind protection in combination with the burner makes the stove one of the most efficient of its kind.

The burner and all accessories, including a 100 gram gas cartridge, fit into the pot for easy packing.  The Lite features a simple insulating felt sleeve with an integrated grip loop that ensures easy and safe handling.  

Height (mm): 130 
Diameter (mm): 100 
Burn time: 59 min on 100 g 
Season: 3 Seasons 
Effect (W): 1500 
Boiling time: 2.45 min (0,5 liter) 
People: 1 
Ignition: Piezo 
Weight (g): 360 
Volume (ml): 500      

The other two models in the range include the the Lite+ (previously the Eta Lite, reviewed here on UKClimbing) with its new heat resistant sleeve in five colours of durable G-1000 with felt lining. A webbing handle makes it possible to use the stove whilst suspended and an additional coffee press turns it into a cafetiere.  The final model in the range is the new Lite XL with its 1.0 litre pot in place of the standard 0.5 litre pot making it suitable for two people.   

Here's a short video outlining the rest of the range: 

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