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Primus

2 Burner Deluxe Stove

$129.00
$99.90

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

Make a meal that is the envy of everyone with the lightweight, compact Primus Deluxe Two Burner Gas Stove. It’s ideal for road trips and family camping adventures.Features 2 burners that each push out 8600 BTUs to get your cooking done easy and fast

  • Separate burner controls let you boil pasta and slowly heat sauce at the same timePiezo ignition sets the stove alight with the push of a button so you don’t have to worry about wet matches or singe-ing the hairs on your arm
  • Piezo ignition sets the stove alight with the push of a button so you don’t have to worry about wet matches or singe-ing the hairs on your armThe stove lid and sides are good windshields
  • The stove lid and sides are good windshieldsChrome-plated drip tray and trivet is easy to clean
  • Chrome-plated drip tray and trivet is easy to cleanConvenient carry handle makes it easy to carry the Primus Deluxe 2 Burner Stove
  • Convenient carry handle makes it easy to carry the Primus Deluxe 2 Burner Stove
  • Comes with 1200mm hose to connect to a 3/8” LH gas bottle
Snowys Code:
127073
Supplier Code:
509023
In Use Dimensions:
51L x 35D x 37H cm
Packed Dimensions:
51L x 32D x 10H cm
Material:
Powder coated Steel | Stainless Drip Tray
BTU Per Burner:
8600 BTU
No. of Burners:
2
Fuel Type:
LPG
Fuel Consumption:
180 g/hr
Ignition:
Piezo
Gas Fitting to Bottle:
3/8" BSP
Weight:
5 Kg
Warranty:
3 Year
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Nov 14 2017

Excellent

Excellent stove and great service.

- Hobart, TAS
Apr 01 2017

Good stove

Very easy to adjust flame, spacious, fast and packs well. I've used it with swap and go gas bottle with an adapter.

- 2203
Mar 05 2017

Very portable

Loved using this on our camping trip to shark bay. Excellent product.

- Bunbury

Do you sell replacement jets for this stove?1 answer

Primus Model 509023

- 2350(1 week ago)

G'day Amanda,

We'd need to look into this a little further as a special order. Could you give our customer support team a call on 1300 914 007 and they'll grab a few extra details to see if we can help you out.

- Snowys(1 week ago)

How do you change the gas jets?1 answer

My stove has very poor gas flow.

- Northclifffe(5 months ago)

G'day Ross, 

We've actually got a step by step guide over on the blog which may be of help which you can have a read of here. 

The 2 Burner Deluxe is a little different to the one we used, so the way to access the jets will be different. You'll have to take off the wire frame, unhook each leg one at a time, and then you should be able to lift off the top - from there just follow the rest of the steps on the blog and you should be good to go! 

- Snowys(5 months ago)

Gas bottle storage1 answer

Hi, Looking into buying a stove for our van conversion. Where would you recommend storing the gas bottle? We would prefer not to store inside the van. Would it be safe to store it standing upright on the roof racks?

- Bondi(9 months ago)

G'day Tess. Storage of filled gas bottles does need to be outside of the van, in case of leakages. If your van is a towable, then a common place to store is on the A frame up front using bottle brackets. If your van is part of an all-in-one then I would suggest a call to a reputable reseller of this type of van to get advice. I would not be keen on recommending the bottles are stored on the roof racks as there may be issues with low hanging branches that could damage the lines and cause all sorts of unwanted situations from arising. Gas bottles should always be transported upright so wherever they are placed, they do need to be this orientation. 

- Snowys(9 months ago)

Gas connection location 1 answer

Standing in front of the cooker, is the gas connection on the right or left side and is it towards the front, rear or centre?

- Heathcote(1 year ago)

G'day Glenn, 

I've just checked our display model for you and the gas connection of the Primus 2 Burner Deluxe Stove is on the right hand side, and is right in the centre. 

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Can I use a different hose and connect this stove to my regulated low pressure gas system in my camper van1 answer

- HAMLEY BRIDGE, SA(1 year ago)
This is a common question Clyde, and unfortunately the answer is no, you can't connect this to a low pressure system. It requires gas to enter the appliance at high pressure for safe and adequate performance. Unfortunately there is no straight forward solution to this sorry, other than to add another gas bottle to your caravan specifically for the gas stove.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Dimensions 1 answer

The dimensions listed are they the packed measurements, not in a box? I am trying to find a smaller 2 burner stove which connects to an lpg gas bottle still.

- SYDNEY, NSW(1 year ago)
These are the actual stove dimensions Scott. I had a look through our range and this is the smallest, or equivalent smallest two burner stove we have sorry.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Do I need to purchase the HP600F(fine thread) or HP600C(coarse thread)?1 answer

I have purchased one of these stoves which comes with the 1200mm hose and I wish to buy a Primus 600mm hose as well. Do I need to purchase the HP600F(fine thread) or HP600C(coarse thread)?

- ADELAIDE, SA(1 year ago)
It's a coarse thread hose hose on these Peter, so the HP600C will suit.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Is this product capable of being connected to a large gas bottle with an adapter, or does it need some form of regulator as well? Thanks1 answer

- Caboolture, QLD(2 years ago)
Hi Daniel, there is no need to add a regulator to this stove, you can add an adapter into the line to suit a POL gas bottle. As long as you use the hose supplied with the stove you won't have any problems.
- Snowys(2 years ago)

Primus vs Companion1 answer

Apart from the colour and price, what's the difference between the Primus and Companion 2 burner deluxe stoves?

- LITTLEHAMPTON, SA(2 years ago)
Hi Mike, Primus and Companion all come under the same parent company nowadays, but there are still stoves labelled under both brands. I am unsure which two you are comparing, but in our range we have standard gas stoves from Primus which are designed for general camp cooking, and we have a Companion Wok Burner which is designed specifically for use with a wok. I hope this answers your question.
- Snowys(2 years ago)