The Primus OmniFuel is the latest incarnation of Primus’s Multi Fuel stove, which earned an Editors’ Choice Award (April 1998) for its ability to burn both canister and liquid fuels. Going on a weekend trip and want the convenience of a canister? Just grab any standard screw-on canister and go. Going to Bhutan and don’t know what type of fuel you’ll find? The Primus OmniFuel burns everything but yak dung. Specs
Stove dimensions (packed): 5.9″ x 3.5″ x 3.3″
Stove weight (used with liquid fuel and canisters): 14.5 oz (410 gm)
Fuel pump weight (used with liquid fuel only): 4.6 oz (130 gm)
Stove output: 3,000 watts / 10,500 BTU/h Features
Without fuel pump burns LP-gas canisters.
With fuel pump burns white gas, or gasoline (petrol), or kerosene, or diesel.
-Primus Fuel Pump,
-Nylon/Neoprene carrying bag
– 3 jet nipples: 1) LP-gas canister 2) white gas 3) kerosene/diesel Differences between Primus Multi-fuel stove and Primus Omni-fuel stove: The newly designed burner has a pre-heating system that saves fuel and minimizes the priming time. The new control valve provides better flame control. Fuel pump for use with fuel bottles. To connect stove to fuel bottle you must use fuel pump which is pictured on the left, (Primus fuel bottle not included with standard purchase). (The inset image shows the two extra jets and the multi-tool that are included with the Primus Omnifuel stove. The jets are used for different types of fuels that may be used. The red arrow over the multi-tool shows how individual tools can be opened and closed.)
Stove and fuel pump packed in included storage sack. Small zipper pocket inside storage sack can be used to store extra jets and multi-tool.