Primus Firehole 100 Propane Stove

$146.85

Firehole 100 Propane Camp Stove w /Piezo features an integrated fuel line and regulator that will never get lost, and tucks easily into the body of the stove for easy storage. Recessed fuel knobs make for sleeker packing and will not snag on all that gear you have crammed into your trunk.

Features:

- Integrated flexible fuel line will not get left behind
- Recessed control knobs are sleeker and snag-free
- Easy-carry handle
- Twist-click piezo igniter
- 24,000 BTUs
- Runs on 1lb propane canisters
- Weight: 13 lbs.
- Dimensions: 19.9"x15"x4.9"
- Output: 12000 BTU/h
- Ignition Piezoelectric
- Boiling Time: 3 min
- Suitable for 1 - 10 People

 


Shipping Dimensions
Weight: 16.15 pounds.
Dimensional Weight: 17.72 pounds.
Dimensions: 14.875" (W) x 7.375" (H) x 27.25" (D)
Weight Disclaimer: * Weight may vary based on configuration.


Manufacturer Information
Primus
645 Main St
Riverton, WY 82501
http://www.bruntongroup.com
800-443-4871

Customer Reviews

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J.
Heavy duty overall good stove

Looking at this stove in person you can tell that they did not make this thing out of cheap parts. It seems to me to be fairly heavy duty. I like this stove. It's easy to control the flame but it's sometimes hard to tell if the flame is on if it's windy out. This stove is also big. You don't have to worry about not having enough room for both pots at the same time. I like how the propane line easly clips under the stove when not in use so that it doesn't get damaged. I have not used a propane camping stove for a while but this one seems to be fairly good with the propane usage as well. I had one 1lb propane can hooked up to this thing for a 3 day weekend of camping for 4 adults and 2 children and never needed to change the tank. Actually I believe that i still have a decent amount of propane left in the tank.

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B.
not so great stove

We took this stove on a 5 day group camping trip and had to fix no meals only make our own coffee. If we'd had to cook we'd have been in trouble after 3 days. We drink a lot of coffee and shared some so we averaged about 3 twelve cup pots a day. We've used Coleman stoves in the past and judged our supply accordingly so took 8 bottles with us. We used just over 4 bottles of fuel just for the coffee. If we'd had to cook three meals a day also, we'd have been out of fuel by the end of the third day. To top it off, the igniter only worked intermittently for the first couple of days and then it quit altogether. As far as heat and controls the stove works fine and the cooking area is a good size. We'll probably keep this one in reserve and go back to the Coleman.