Primus exhibits stoves at Glee

Exhibiting for the first time at this year's Glee is Swedish stove brand Primus.

Primus, originating in the 1890’s, is known for its fuel-efficient stoves in the outdoor market and launched ‘CampFire’- a new range of stoves, pots, utensils and accessories to the garden trade industry for spring 2016. 

The new Primus CampFire range, designed and manufactured in Europe, is the result of two years of R&D in conjunction with consumers and retailers alike. It is designed for those looking for high quality, stylish, versatile and durable cooking options when outdoors.

There are three two-burner stoves in the range. The ONJA (SRP: £105) is made from stainless steel, oak, brass, cloth and leather. It is portable with an integrated strap and once unfolded the body becomes a stable cooking unit that protects the burners from the wind. An oak lid doubles as a chopping board or a platter to serve food on. The KINJIA (SRP: £145) and TUPIKE (SRP: £180) complete the stove offering. The TUPIKE comes with fold out legs, side windscreens for shelter, removable drip-tray for easy cleaning and a griddle plate. They run off LPgas cartridges.

The range also includes four pots and two frying pans.  SRP:  Small set £50; Large set £75).

The CampFire Utensils Kit (SRP: £10) and Cutting Set (SRP: £55) is also available.


CampFire Knives, Cutlery, Pint & Plate are available in two sizes (12cm SRP: £20 or 15cm blade SRP: £24).

Primus’ sister company Rosker Ltd is distributor of Primus.

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