Primus Onja Stove

We recently tested and cooked successfully with the Primus Onja Stove! It is a fantastic little device and perfect for those that love the good outdoors!

It is a unique and compact stove that is perfect for camping. As it is a 2 burner stove that is easy to carry around and perfect for urban explorers to the park or even if you go trips on the canoe. Obviously don’t use it on the canoe though! Use it on the beach!

The base of it expands to create a stable two burner cooking surface and can be adjusted individually and can boil water in less than 4 minutes. As it comes with 2800W flames! Each burner connects directly to the gas canister and is protected by the base.

However to cook with both the burners are the same time, you will need 2 gas canisters. An oak lid protects the burners when packed away and not in use. Furthermore the oak lid can be used as a cutting board or a serving platter when in food prep mode.

The side panel fabric is made of durable G1000 and is detachable making cleaning spills so much easier. The carry strap is intergrated for hands free transport, so can easily carry it on trips. The Onja Duo comes with a valve connection that allows the 2 burner stove to be used with a variety of gas canisters both threaded (Lindal) and non-threaded canister valves.

Primus Onja Stove Features

  • Integrated carry strap for hands-free transport
  • Gas canister attaches directly to each burner allowing you to cook multiple pots at different temperatures
  • Base extends to become a stable cooking foundation that protects the burners from the wind
  • Detachable base fabric made of G1000 is easy to clean
  • Oak lid double as a cutting board or serving platter
  • Available in Duo, fitting both threaded (Lindal) and non-threaded canister valves
  • Invented in Sweden, made in Europé
  • Gas NOT included


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