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OmniFuel Stove + ErgoPump & Fuel Bottle

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You can depend on the Primus OmniFuel Stove with ErgoPump & Fuel Bottle in the backcountry's faraway places whether you're ski touring in winter or alpine climbing in summer. A simple pumping process works with multiple knobs to ensure proper heating in demanding situations and harsh conditions. This stove is compatible with most fuels, and the manual explains how you can get the most out of this stove. Primus included a foldable windscreen, heat reflector, storage bag, and multi-tool for even more convenience.


  • Compatible with gas, petrol, diesel, kerosene, aviation, and white fuel
  • Easy-to-use ErgoPump
  • OmniFuel bottle included
  • Multi-tool, cleaning needle, foldable windscreen, heat reflector, storage bag, and manual also included
  • Item #PMS000W
Fuel Type
gas, unleaded gasoline, diesel, kerosene, jet fuel
Boil Time
(PrimeTech pot) 2 min 40 sec, (regular pot) 3 in 40 sec
Burn Time
70 min
Heat Output
10,236 BTU
Piezo Ignition
ErgoPump, fuel bottle, heat-reflector windscreen, multi-tool
Fuel Bottle/Canister Included
3.5 x 2.6 in
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

September 27, 2021


I've used it several times

I just returned from an eight day trip when I use this stove twice a day. Not only did I use it to boil water but also used it for cooking. The reason I purchased it was to have a multi fuel option just for the fun of it. I?ve been using canister stoves for the last several years which are quite easy and convenient. I just wanted to try something different. I wasn?t concerned about weight as I was traveling via motorcycle. We still camped every night and prepared delicious meals nightly. What I was hoping for, and what impressed me the most was the ability to use this on low heat. It is very easy to adjust the heat and simmer when needed. If I was backpacking, I probably wouldn?t carry a multi fuel stove as I mostly go with freeze dried food. When traveling by car or motorcycle, this is a great option. Besides, I don?t have to purchase canisters and then chuck them into the landfill. Safe travels!!

James G