Primus Omni Lite Ti With Fuel Bottle


RRP: £225.00
NOW: £196.51 (£163.76 ex VAT)

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Multifuel Stove

The Omni Lite Ti might not be cheapest stove around but it certainly delivers on power, weight-saving and versatility. It is a true omni fuel stove, working on gas, petrol, diesel, kerosene, paraffin and even aviation fuel.

The Omni Lite Ti uses the same technology as Primus' award-winning OmniFuel stove but is smaller, lighter and much more fuel efficient. The windscreen and pot supports are made of titanium and it is just as reliable and robust.

An ErgoPump, a multi-tool with a cleaning needle, a foldable windscreen, a heat reflector, a 0.35 l fuel bottle and a convenient and durable storage bag are included.

  • Height: 90mm
  • Diameter: 55mm
  • Weight: 239g
  • Boil time: 2.4 mins (1 litre) + 40 secs pre-heating
  • Burn time: 100 mins on 230g gas canister


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