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Primus FireHole 100 2-Burner Stoveis rated4.0909out of5by11.
Rated4out of5byCapeCodCamperfromPrimus the stove...not the band...The Primus Firehole 100 is a great little camping companion. We bought it a few days before we went camping on the Cape, with only some reviews my wife read based on flame control. Well...it lived up to the reviews. We cooked breakfast (french toast, oatmeal, coffee), lunch (hot dogs,rice, coffee) and dinner (soup, coffee) each and every day for 6 days and it worked very well. Cleaned up nice and stored away without problems. We really liked that the propane connection hose has a place to live under the base. The only catch was lighting it. Don't get me wrong...it lit, sometimes on the first try, and others on the tenth. But it did light each and every time. Not a deal breaker by any means. I cannot wait to use it again!
Date published: 2013-09-26
Rated5out of5byNorthwest ScottfromVery good stoveBought this to replace my dual fuel as I was tired of having to carry two fuel types with me.. Propane does the job. This stove is bulky but even on backpacking trips I will carry this two burner as to I carry the 10's and don't overpack so it fits in the backpack easily...makes cooking a breeze and best of all no pumping!
Date published: 2013-09-26
Rated4out of5byCamper 2013fromGreat StoveMuch better than the Colman stoves on the market.
Date published: 2013-09-11
Rated2out of5byJH Camper ChickfromBe wary.....This purchase was a huge step up from the old icky XXX brand I inherited from a family member. We were on our 3rd trip with it this summer only to discover white stuff was flaking off from INSIDE the stove - not anything to do with boil over boo boos. It was completely clogging one of the burners and diminished performance on the other, so my husband blew it out with our air compressor but it started to build up the stuff again only to have the regulator fail & all our propane leaked out. We were fortunate enuf to have a back up and made it the rest of the trip.
We took it back as soon as we returned, but i broke down & bought another one hoping it was a one-off mistake & I love the 2 pot capacity and power of the unit. 2 trips with this 2nd stove & have noticed that the same white stuff is visibly starting to build....... Here we go again :(
Date published: 2013-08-28
Rated5out of5byNo Neck CyclistfromNow my favorite camping stove!I love my new stove due to its sturdyness, ease to transport, and ease to set up since there's no separate parts that need to be assembled (just screw on the propane bottle). No worries if you forgot the matches or lighter!
Date published: 2013-08-14
Rated5out of5byTadpolefromGreat StoveI camp via airplane and typically go for super lightweight equipment. A stove is one item I decided to accept some extra weight for comfort and I'm very happy with this stove. It's not real heavy, easy to set up, light, control temps, and clean. Packs right back up easily and isn't too large. I wouldn't take this backpacking with me, but for use with the plane or a car, it's perfect and better than some "other" manufacturers that I've used in the past.
Date published: 2013-06-21
Rated5out of5byBolt Turnerfrom"It's all in the name!"Firehole 100, need I say more?!
Date published: 2013-06-13
Rated1out of5byIdiotMonkfromPaint peeled & ignition quit on 1st useThe best thing about this stove is that it looks cool. If that's why you are considering buying it, then make sure you don't use it, because after that, things get ugly.
When I took it out of the box, I was impressed with the styling of the product. I noticed right away, however, that the metal was a little warped and the paint was kind of uneven and had that cheap "Rustolium" feel. It looked nothing like the even, high-quality paint you see when you zoom in on the product image on this page. Regardless, the stove does look like a cool iPod dock stereo.
Then I took it camping right away, and it got uglier. The paint close to the burners scorched and peeled during the first meal prep. I think the burners are placed too closely to the base. They are practically touching it. Also when I went to clean some egg off of the base, some of the P in PRIMUS came off with it.
Also, the ignition device quit half way through the first use and did not work for the rest of the trip. Good thing I packed a lighter.
As far as being compact, it is except it has a handle that sticks outward (instead of being molded INTO the body like a Coleman).
Because it looks like a cool stereo, I had to stash it when not in use. I didn't want to disappoint any crooks who would steal it thinking it was a stereo later to find out it was a camp stove.
I returned the stove on my way back from camping and exchanged it for the Coleman Triton InstaStart which looks like a stove and acts like a stove.
Date published: 2013-06-13
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Primus FireHole 100 2-Burner Stove Customer Reviews