{FS Sydney] More Primus stoves

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{FS Sydney] More Primus stoves

Postby rcaffin » Fri 14 Jun, 2019 7:50 pm

Stoves left over from reviews at Backpacking Light. Used once or twice for the reviews.
Please add P&P to the listed prices.
Contact me at roger@backpackinglight.com for details and Paypal account.

Express Spider
In some ways this stove is the bare guts of the Eta Power and Eta Packlite stove systems. It is of course lighter (195 g) and cheaper. You have to provide your own windshield and pot.
(US$60) $40
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Gravity MF
This is a light dual-fuel stove, taking both Shellite and canisters. I am not sure about kerosene. It works fine.
($100) $50
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Gravity II EF
This is less expensive and slightly lighter version of the Gravity MF: it can only handle canisters. It too works fine.
(US$80) $45
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