This Primus stove produces the hottest output of all Primus stoves in the range. Its large cooking surface allows for two large pots to be used at the same time making it an ideal stove for any outdoor cooking situation.
Easy to use, can suit two big pans, can produce high output but also simmer. Perfect.
Great cooker,best of the lot,Snowys is fantastic to shop with,great service
This is an excellent stove. We had been using a butane gas cooker.This Primus 2 burner high output stove, cooks quickly with good flame control and has plenty of space for 2 large pans. We can recommend this product and the great service from Snowy's.
Excellent service arrived in three days from Queensland would recommend to everyone thank you
Exactly what I was expecting from the information available. The ability to adjust the heat output down low was one of the main selling points for me. No complaints here. There is a handhold underneath but I'd recommend buying a bag or making one as I did to make it easier to carry.
This stove does it all and in any conditions. Highly recommended.
Some stoves claim to work in a range of different conditions but this one truly lives up to its name. Plenty of room, low to extream heat control, easy to clean and great in the wind. Why sit around trying to get the fire going again in the morning (smoking out everything) to boil the billy when you can click this stove on and have a hot cuppa and hot water bottle for the mrs ready in under 2min!
You won't regret having this in your camping kit!
Can't recommend this stove enough. Output is higher than any home gas stovetop I have ever used. The burners are highly adjustable, so you have a full range of intensities from blazing heat to a very low simmer, yet even at the lowest settings wind is barely a problem, unlike most other camp stoves. It uses a lot of gas on full, but you rarely need it up that high because it is truly hot. It's nice to have the option to go to the extreme though, when you need it.
On top of the crazy output, it's also very roomy. I can fit a 32cm wok and a 26cm saucepan on there with the side flaps still up. I also use a griddle that is about 50cm wide on it for cooking steaks, which this unit excels at due to the obscene amount of heat it can generate. You can get a really nice char going and still manage quite a rare centre. I even use this at home sometimes because it will cook a steak better than my stove or my bbq. I cooked some nice kangaroo fillet on there today and it was well charred and a tender medium rare. I would never be able to achieve that on my stove.
Knobs are starter are fairly solid. Only minor letdown is maybe the outer casing feels slightly flimsy, but I think that's fairly normal for camp stoves. This stove is all about those two burners. I could NEVER go back to anything less than this.
Great stove. Heaps of room for 2 frying pans at the same time and it outputs a serious amount of heat - boils water way faster than my stove at home. Worth getting an adapter so you can use the 9kg gas bottles - your going to need it when everyone at the campsite wants to make coffee with it!
Great stove boils a jug in about the same time as my electric jug at home
I'm using a 4kg gas bottle with POL right angled adapter with this stove but it doesn't let any gas through. Is this a regulator issue?
I honestly can't be sure. As we're not qualified gas specialists, we don't have the training to identify gas issues, nor are we able to offer any advice. As you can imagine, gas products require professional oversight.
However, we can recommend/encourage you to speak to a gas specialist such as Maxbilt in Norwood. They have been great a great help to people in similar situations to yourself in the past.
What Cooker plate would be best to purchase for this?
I've just wandered downstairs to check which would fit best on the Primus 2 Burner High Output Stove. The Campfire 3 Burner Gas Cooker Plate fits the Primus 2 Burner High Output Stove like a glove, almost like they were made for each other - Like Romeo & Juliet but with a much happier ending. You can find these cooker plates here.
Will this stove work with Coleman Propane canister and if so do you have an adapter for the hose?
To use with a Coleman Propane Cylinder with the Primus 2 Burner High Output Stove, you'll need a new fitting/hose with a BOM fitting.
Thanks Ben, do you have that in stock and if so what is the part number please?
Unfortunately, we don't carry it as stock, however, if you'd like to give our customer support team a call on 1300 914 007, they will be more than happy to look into options and if you want to proceed, they can place a special order for you.
Thanks Ben, but I have had a response from Companion, and they have said I can't use that stove with a disposable propane canister, only the hose supplied with the unit.
Sorry about this. That's strange, however, because I rang and spoke with Companion... would you like me to follow up and clarify? Maybe there has been some misunderstanding.
Hi Ben, if you could please. Just to make sure we are on the same page, I am wanting to use the Coleman 453g disposable propane bottles with this stove. Cheers
In many ways, there is still a little confusion about the suitability, however, on further investigation, the official word from Companion is that you can't use canisters with the Primus Stoves. Sorry to initially mislead you.
No worries Ben, I don't think you misled me, there was confusion about what I really was after and we both came to the same conclusion. I will just need to buy a coleman 2 burner that uses the propane canisters. Cheers and thanks
is it 25 000 BTU per burner or per two burners ?
I've just checked the box to confirm, and yes the burners on the Primus 2 Burner High Output Stove are 25,000 BTU's each.
Caravans work through a regulator, will this stove? Thank you.
I'm sorry John, but this stove isn't suitable for use with your caravan gas setup! A good alternative is the Companion Double Burner Cooker. Otherwise you could always carry a small gas bottle separately and use this stove or any other you like!
What's the difference between the 2 burner HO stove and the 2 burner HO regulated stove? Does this have anything to do with the ability to cook at low heat/simmer?
Hi Kim, both stoves come with a regulator so neither is "unregulated". The only real difference between the 2 stoves is the heat output. This one puts out 25,000 BTU where the High Output Regulated Two Burner Stove only puts out 10,000 BTU. It certainly will be easier to cook at a low temperature on the 10,000 BTU stove so if a lot of your camp cooking is done this way then that may be the best choice for you. However if you're mainly grilling up a big steak or boiling big pots of water for your pasta or spuds, then the 25,000 BTU stove is the one for the job!
I'm interested in this stove for frequent camping trips but curious as to how much it gas it burns through with such high heat output. Camping with minimal equipment often potentially means raking a smaller LPG bottle. Feedback on approximated 'run time' on lowest and highest heat settings certainly appreciated. Thank you
This stove uses 524gms per hour of gas whilst on the highest setting. Unfortunately Primus don't list the fuel consumption when used on the lowest setting, but this should give you an idea.
If you were to use a 2kg gas bottle for example, then you would get approximately 4 hours run time using both burners on the highest setting. Obviously at times you would probably only be using one burner, and perhaps at a much lower heat. I hope this helps!
Does this stove connect to 9kg gas bottles with the supplied hose?
I've just checked the fitting on the 2 Burner High Output Stove from Primus, and it comes with a 1200mm gas hose and regulator for direct connection to 3/8" gas cylinders.
If you'd like to use a 9kg gas bottle with this stove, you'll need an adaptor like the POL-3/8" adaptor from Primus which will do the trick nicely.
Hi, I'm curious if this stove is compatible with lightweight LPG bottles like the Coleman light weight gas cylinders http://www.colemanaustralia.com.au/product/coleman-lightweight-lpg-bottle/1217564?contextCategory=0607. If so what sort of adaptor will I need, or can they be connected directly to the regulator hose supplied with this stove?
Hi - The manufacturer states that this stove must only be used with their Part No. 2219-01. Do you stock this and if so how much? I'm concerned that if I needed a hose whilst on the road it might be hard to come by.
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