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  • Onja is the most compact 2-burner stove from Primus and is powerful enough to cook for up to 4 people
  • Onja is simple to assemble and pack away; once unfolded the body becomes a stable cooking unit that also protects the burners from the wind
  • Thanks to the carrying strap the stove is easy to bring along and functions just as well on a city excursion to the park as on a weekend trip with the kayak
  • Oak lid doubles as a cutting board
  • Suitable for large pots
  • Duo valve fits most gas cartridges

Imported.

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Specs

Best Use Camping
Fuel Type Canister
Fuel Isobutane-propane
Burn Time (Max Flame) 34 min. on 230g canister
Average Boil Time Unavailable
Dimensions 17 x 6 x 11 inches
Weight 7 pounds
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another Good Idea from Primus I really respect the Primus company. I've used their stoves for more than 40 years, and their engineering is always superb. This stove is designed to be used on a casual basis, for picnics in the park and tailgate parties, and for this use it is excellent. It is easy to carry and its height makes it easy to use. Fuel canisters screw into the bottom, so there's no clunky fuel bottle and fuel line next to the stove.
Date published: 2016-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great camping stove!! Perfect camping stove for family adventures and I especially like the innovative format and the cutting board! Looks great as well!
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great burn, well constructed. Versatile, Portable. As far as portable camp stoves go, this is a fantastic purchase if you're looking to cook at camp and stay within a respectable budget. The price tag may seem a bit high for camp stoves, but not based on the quality. The value is here. In my experience you get what you pay for when it comes to camping gear, and this is such a versatile, well made and compact design it has allowed me to expand my cooking options on so many activities. Before I was limited to carrying the backpacker, single-serving, water-boiling stoves for day hikes and road trips to keep my stove from becoming a huge space waster in the car. That meant freeze dried, basic meals. Now I have an actual stove that is relatively lightweight and very portable. Pro Tip: Take this thing with you when you wake up early to get parking spots at your favorite ski hill and with your parking now secured, bust this out and make some breakfast while you wait for the lifts to open. Watch how many new friends you make thanks to warm breakfast burritos. The burners themselves are very easy to control with the adjustment knobs, and the temperatures are easy to control. The gas canister connections to the burners are well threaded to securely handle your gas bottle - something pretty important if your putting this over your shoulder as you walk. May want to keep them disconnected during transport in a car though, just for the peace of mind. The pot supporter is durable and I was able to put two medium-sized pots on without any worry. I made a pretty basic spaghetti one night, and to have the assurance to let the water boil and the sauce simmer while I used the included wooden cutting board to prepare the sauce. You usually need a cutting board when camping anyway, so to have this included and not add to my footprint of supplies was convenient. It also protects the burners and port supporter when not in use, which I thought was pretty clever. I would have liked to have seen a self-ignition or Piezo iginiter-type offering with this product. Having to carry a BBQ lighter just to light the thing isn't inconvenient for car camping, but it's a nuisance for a day hike when you're trying to carry as little as possible to save weight. I also wish the cutting board was a better piece of wood. I've used the stove on three tips and I've had to oil the board twice. Not a huge time or expense, just something to remember to do to extend the life of the board. Wish I didn't have to do it as often though. Overall, solid piece of gear. Great solution for those looking for home stove top-quality stoves to take outdoors without the price tag, weight or footprint issues of conventional camping stoves.
Date published: 2017-05-22
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Is this stove durable enough for regular summer camping trips?

Asked by: Sabrina8
​Yes, this stove is a great choice for summer camping trips.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-22

Where is this model manufactured? Is this Onja 2 model different from the Onja Portable (229010)?

Asked by: mmcamping
Items can be sourced from multiple countries and the country of origin can change. Because of this, we are only able to state the item is imported. Yes, this item is the same as what Primus calls their Onja Portable (Primus item number 229010)
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-17

Can this stove use the propane 16 oz bottles?

Asked by: manybugs4u
The Onja 2 Burner Stove runs on the larger isobutane canisters. The stove is not compatible with the 16 oz. green propane canisters.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-07

Can fuel canisters remain screwed in when stove is packed up to go?

Asked by: SoCal camping
​Yes, the canisters can stay screwed in when the stove is packed.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-20

Will MSRISOPRO canisters work with this???

Asked by: GeoMarmot
​Yes, this will work with the MSR IsoPro canisters.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-24

Hey! I looked this up and there are different versions of this stove available. I am looking for the version that runs on propane and in Europe they use butane so I need the American version! Thanks REI!

Asked by: Chuckwalla
The only version we are aware of uses isobutane canisters. They do not use propane canisters.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-17

What are options for wind screen? How will leather hold up is it raw hide or ladies shoe type?

Asked by: Kiosk
Primus does not make a windscreen for the Onja 2 Burner Stove. The leather at the end of the strap is a full grain durable leather.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-19
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