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Is that the onions making you cry?
Folks might wonder why you shed a tear every time you light up your Primus Tupike Stove Kit, but they'll probably never understand the simple pleasure of cooking over a well-built stove. This sturdy camp stove is made with a die-cast aluminum chassis and stainless steel body, as well as oak and brass details that will only look better with age. Two wind-blocking screens let the two 7,000 BTU burners cook, simmer, and boil efficiently, while the integrated piezo ignition means you won't be scouring the campsite for flint and steel when you leave your matches back home. The kit version of the Tupike comes with an aluminum griddle and stout cotton-poly carry case that makes transporting the stove to-and-from camp as painless as possible.
- Die-cast aluminum and stainless steel
- Wood and brass details
- Two 7000 BTU burners
- Windscreens included
- Piezo ignition
- Easy-to-clean grates and drip tray
- Aluminum griddle included
- Cotton, polyester cover included
- Fuel not included
- Item #PMS001L
- Q & A
Great for Car Camping!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This stove is a very high quality piece of equipment. I really like how consistent and hot the burners are. The flame is quite strong and is affected by mild wind very little. Also the wind screens on the side are pretty versatile since they dont really have fixed attachment points. The tray that comes out under the burners is extremely easy to take out and clean, I like this feature a lot. I havent found out for sure but it Would be cool if you could get an attachment and a hose extender to attach either a full size propane tank or at least a smaller refillable tank. Although I have only used the stove with the green Coleman tanks, it is nice to be able to use the smaller backpacking stove canisters. The small griddle that came with this stove is pretty cool too, perfect for small quesadillas, grilled cheese, burgers, fish fillets, etc. I can fit a 12 inch cast iron pan and a medium sized saucepan comfortably. I dont think two 12 inch cast irons would work well. All in all awesome piece of equipment, if I could change one thing I would make it a few inches wider to accommodate two 12 inch pans. I am ready to enjoy this stove for years to come!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
This stove is like carrying your stove from home out into the woods. I simmered food with it! And the wind screens work well too, they are also magnetic. Starts right away. First click. Love it!
Why is this stove listed for $130 more than the original price on from the Primus website?