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Win a bundle of winter essentials from Primus worth over £260

Primus is giving you good reason to celebrate the arrival of winter by offering one UKC user the chance to win an amazing winter kit bundle including its award-winning OmniLite TI multi-fuel stove, some Primus Winter Gas and a high-performance TrailBreak EX Vacuum Bottle. Worth more than £260, this impressive prize is guaranteed to have you itching to enjoy a winter adventure in the great outdoors…

Win a bundle of winter essentials from Primus, 164 kb

OmniLite TI

An outstanding addition to any outdoor pack, the award-winning OmniLite TI pairs its super-lightweight construction with an advanced, feature-packed design that promises to perform in the most extreme environments out there. Constructed to handle demanding situations and environments, the stove runs on almost any type of fuel – gas, petrol, diesel, kerosene, paraffin and even aviation fuel. It features different jets to optimise its performance and fuel economy but in challenging situations, the stove will work with any jet.

A super strong yet lightweight titanium body and legs mean the stove won't add excess grams to your pack and the OmniLite TI is designed to be fully field-strippable so you can service or mend it on the go using the supplied multitool. The OmniLite TI is supplied with a 0.35L fuel bottle as well as a foldable windscreen and storage bag.

Winter Gas

Compatible with the OmniLite TI or any other gas cartridge stove, Primus' innovative Winter Gas is perfect for maintaining your stove's performance when the temperature plummets as low as -22oC. The secret behind Winter Gas's incredible performance lies in the VaporMesh™ technology. A type of paper lining that absorbs the gas in liquid form and increases the surface area from which the gas can transfer from liquid to gas form. The increased surface area results in a quicker transformation from liquid to gas which in turn increases pressure inside the cartridge for enhanced cold-weather performance.

Wide feet give a stable platform, and the pan supports take big pots, 144 kb

TrailBreak EX Vacuum Bottle

Enjoy a warming drink on the move – the rugged TrailBreak EX Vacuum Bottle is an expedition-ready flask made from high-grade stainless steel with a protective silicone sleeve for improved grip and comfort. As well as an insulated cup that has a double-wall stainless steel construction, the TrailBreak EX Vacuum Bottle is supplied with two stoppers. A regular screw in stopper for maximum insulation and a click-close stopper that makes it easy to drink directly from the bottle.

Prize includes:

  • 1 x Primus OnniLite TI Stove with Fuel Bottle and Carry Pouch
  • 1 x Trailbreak EX Vacuum Bottle 0.75L
  • 2 x Primus Winter Gas 230g

To be in with a chance of winning simply answer the following question:

This competition closes on Thursday, 29th November

This competition is only open to registered users

Please Register as a New User or Login as Existing User to enter

Q: What is the name of the technology used inside the award-winning Primus Winter Gas?

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  • This competition is only open to registered users at UKClimbing.com and UKHillwalking.com.
  • The winners will be notified by email.
  • You must include a full name and functioning address.
  • Prizes will only be posted to a UK or Ireland address.
  • The winners' names will be announced on this page after the competition has closed. You can find winners of all our competitions by going to the Competition page and checking previous competitions with the word WINNER(S) in the title.



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