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Primus Campfire Pot

$47.95 - $59.95

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  • One Color, 3L
  • One Color, 5L

Your crew is famished after a long day of riding singletrack, so whip up a big batch of pasta in the Primus Campfire Pot to replenish those calories. The lid has a built-in strainer to make draining water easy, and the stainless steel construction and folding handle allow you to suspend the pot directly over an open fire when you want to do things the old-fashioned way.
  • 18/8 stainless steel construction
  • Lid with integrated colander
  • Steel handle
  • Includes storage bag
  • Item #PMS001P

18/8 stainless steel
3 L, 5 L
1 lid with strainer
[3L] 8 x 5 in, [5L] 8 x 7 in
Claimed Weight
1lb 5.5oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

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>Rating: 3

Great Pot for Pasta

This is a great size for a pound of pasta. Works well and it's super light. I wasn't impressed with how it wore after a few uses and has deep black burnt looking areas, but It's a camp pot, so whatever. It does its job.

>Rating: 4

Great Addition To My Car Camping Kitchen

I've used it several times

I cooked a pasta for a hungry party of 5 with this beast. The lid strainer is key. If you are looking to cook up a feast in camp, this will get it done for you.

>Rating: 3


I've put it through the wringer

This is a fine pot, the only annoying thing comes from how it pairs with another Primus item--namely, the pan from the Campfire Cookset (both Small and Large versions). For some ungodly reason, the lid for this pot is just a few millimeters too short to work as a lid for the pan (and the pan doesn't come with a lid). If they had just made the rim of THIS lid a tiiiiiiiiny bit bigger, it would have fit perfectly and could be used for both the 3L pot and the pan.

>Rating: 5

Big enough for a pound of spaghetti!

I've used it several times

I bought this pot mainly to use as a pasta pot in my camper. It works great! I have the 5L version and it is perfect for a pound of spaghetti. The construction is flawless and the handle is sturdy, I would have no problem handing this pot over a fire full of water. Recommended!


Will the 5 Liter pot nest with the 3 Liter pot?