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Primus Profile Campground Stove

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    • Dual BBQ
    4.5512

    12 Reviews

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    Easily cook up a family feast or a meal large enough to feed your climbing crew.

    A big helping of quality vittles goes a long way in getting your body ready for more hiking tomorrow, so let the Primus Profile Duo Campground Stove be your ticket to real meals after a rewarding day off the grid. Fueled by propane, this fold-up stove has a single powerful burner and a grill (with drip tray) to cook pasta and some sizzling meats or veggies.
    • Burner can boil water in as little as three minutes in optimal camp conditions
    • Independent controls for grill and burner let you simmer sauces like you would at home
    • A piezoelectric igniter lets you start the stove without matches or singeing your thumb with a lighter
    • Burner features 12,000 BTUs of power and the grill features 9,700 BTUs for cooking your feast
    • Fold-up metal sides and lid serve as a windscreen to keep the heat close and the desert dust out of your dinner, as well as to cover the stove when you pack up camp
    • Includes fuel hose and regulator compatible with most propane canisters, but stove also converts to use a large propane tank with an adapter (propane tank sold separately)
    • Item #PMS0067

    Tech Specs

    Dimensions
    23.2 x 4.7 x 12.6 in
    Fuel Type
    propane
    Burn Time
    1 hour 30 min
    Boil Time
    3 min
    Simmer
    yes
    Auto Ignition
    yes, piezo ignition
    Windscreen
    yes
    Fuel Bottle or Canister Included
    no
    Claimed Weight
    5400 g
    Recommended Use
    car camping, base camp, eating well
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Last day

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    perfect for the last day cook out on your local mountain, your weekly car camping trip to "the lake", Tailgating, or living in a tiny home. The wind screens worked great, and I like the cook top it's easy to clean and heats up quick.

    Camp Cooking Made Easy

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This thing is fantastic! Lights up the first time. Folds down easily, takes I plan on using this for many years. Goes great with an ALPS table. I would recommend this to my worst enemy-its that good.

    Camp Cooking Made Easy

    Backcountry Grillin'

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I haven't had any issues with this stove at all. It stays in the back of my Tacoma in case there is a spontaneous adventure that needs some fine dining. There was only one day I had any issue at all with the simmer and that was because there was 35+ mph wind gusts that kept blowing the flames out when I would turn the burners down to a simmer. No issues while the flames were turned up medium or high. To me, this isn't an issue in the product, you can't really expect a flame to continue to burn in that strong of winds. The grill steps up the dinner game while out on adventures and I would recommend this to anyone.



    Feel free to reach out directly with any questions on this or any camping gear.

    Backcountry Grillin'

    camp cooking at its finest

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    Got this for a buddy of mine and this is what he had to say. Primus BBQ does the trick... cooks well, light weight and easy to use . Makes cooking up meals while camping super easy. Recommend to the future buyers.

    Worst Camp Stove Ever

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've used Coleman gas and propane stoves and backpaking butane stove, and Primus Profile is the worst stove I've ever used. I took the Primus Profile on a month long camping trip so I had plenty of time to experience how bad it is.

    This stove does one thing well. It boils water. Other than that, it's very bad.
    1. The burner grate become warped after using the stove for the first time. As a result, pans rock around on the grate rather than sitting stable. It's so bad, I have to hold wide frying pans to get the oil in them to spread evenly.

    2. The valves for adjusting the flame are very strange and unreliable. For example, when I try to turn the flame lower, it goes lower, but then the flame comes back up where it was. I can eventually get it lower, but it requires several adjustments to get it to stay where I want it.

    3. The stove is terrible for simmering. In order to get it to simmer low enough to cook rice, I have to turn it so low the flame goes out, and then I have to re-light it with a stove lighter.

    4. The flame ignitor works about 50% of the time. As a result, I just use a stove lighter since it's a frustrating waste of time to try to get the ignitor to work. Also, the ignitor is extremely difficult to activate.

    5. The hose for connecting the gas cannister is too stiff. The hose is so stiff, that it makes it very difficult to get the gas bottle to stay where I want it.

    Solid Camp Stove

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I returned a Camp Chef stove and purchased this Primus to replace it. I'm impressed with the build quality of this stove. While some stoves are made out of flimsy metal that gets banged up a lot this thing is built like a tank. I also really like that it includes a hose instead of the more traditional metal tank adapter. Super pleased with this purchase!

    Great Stove Bonus Grill

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This camp stove is the best. It’s different than any other stove I’ve had. The burners puts out good consistent heat and the grill is big enough to really cook on. Also the grill comes out easily and was easy to clean. It is also more compact than other stoves I’ve had.

    Burning Man winds

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I took this to burning man and it cooked us many a meal for 8 days. love this little stove. Not something to go backpacking with, but as Jeff mentions below, this is a glamping stove.

    Let's Go Glamping

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The Profile Duo is a great stove - I cook everything from hotdogs to bacon and eggs on this thing (for the bacon and eggs I just take the grill grate off and lay my skillet over the burner, so I can make coffee on the stove side).

    It heats fast and relatively even. My only issue is that the grill side rarely lights with the sparker - I usually have to stick a lighter in there. That being said, the stove side lights with one click of the sparker every time.

    Grill side adds versatility beyond grilling...

      Solid stove. Like most camp stoves, the stove-top burner is pretty hot (slightly controllable at the low-end with a steady hand). The grill side burns at a lower rate since it covers more area (it is about twice the size of the stove top) - makes a great place to simmer foods. Hence, a great combo package for the gourmet - heats up fast on the stove-top and slower simmering on the grill side to allow the flavor meld together!

      Does BC.com sell a bulk adapter that works...

      Does BC.com sell a bulk adapter that works with this stove?

      Hi Andrew. I'm sure you figured this out because it's a pretty old thread but that adapter mentioned above actually works fine. It doesn't attach directly to the stove but attaches to the hose where the small propane canister would normally go. It works with everything that accepts those canisters.

      Is the grill side readily cleanable? I...

      Is the grill side readily cleanable? I like to cook greasy things on my grill (bacon, burgers etc) and am curious how easy it is to clean up.

      it has a non stick coating, but we all know those never work as well as advertised, but it should still be easier than cleaning plain aluminum. since you are using this guy, i assume you have ample room to pack things when you camp or otherwise use this stove...go to bed bath and beyond (or similar kitchen supply store) and get a splatter screen that will fit over whatever size pan you use. i have the ones in the link below. i use them in the kitchen (not camping) and they work great...and there is no reason they wouldn't work out of doors.

      http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?SKU=13588902

      I'm not sure I would cook bacon on it, but I used it to grill some fresh ham steaks while in a base camp situation and it cleaned up pretty well. The area under the grill top is one piece, concave and there's a drain hole to a removable grease trap. There area under the grill is also stainless steel and roomy enough to easily to wipe out with some paper towels or a sponge. The top lid is almost textured, so it doesn't wipe down super easily, but not awful. It probably took about 10 minutes to give it a solid cleaning after it cooled down. And I was in bear country, so I definitely made an attempt to clean as much as I could.

      Is the grill side readily cleanable? I...

      Is the grill side readily cleanable? I like to cook greasy things on my grill (bacon, burgers etc) and am curious how easy it is to clean up.