Cooking outdoors can be a lot easier with the Primus Kinjia Stove. This two-burner gas stove is perfectly portable and you can carry it pretty much anywhere you go. As a result, it can be a great addition for your next camping trip.
Primus Kinjia Stove is more compact than conventional stoves of that type. It has a powder coated steel construction and details in oak and brass. The stove runs on lightweight and backpacking gas canisters of 100g, 230g, and 450g. In North America, it works on the 16.4-oz. propane cylinder.
In order to get your cooking started, just take the hose from under the stove and attach it to the gas source. In the meanwhile, open the lid by flipping the wooden handle and set the stove grid. The regulator on the hose will make sure the power output is consistent. After you’re done cooking, make sure the stove cooled down before you pack it. Watch the video below.
The grids and the stainless steel drip tray are removable. This allows you to clean them individually and with ease. Primus Kinjia Stove features manual ignition and is compatible with the CampFire Griddle Plate. As for the dimensions, they are 18.7 x 11.6 x 3 inches. The stove weighs 8.8 lbs and can burn for approximately 47 minutes with a 230g canister.
Make sure to check out this video and learn how to use Primus Kinjia Stove.
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