Wild camping for the first time? Primus has mealtimes taken care of with the Essential Trail Kit.

Late nights under starry skies followed by morning coffee watching the sun rise, there’s nothing quite like wild camping. If a night away from the beaten track is on your bucket list for 2021, make sure you’re equipped for al-fresco dining with the Essential Trail Kit from Primus. Simple to use and featuring everything you need in a compact, portable package, it’s the perfect choice to ensure you’re adventure-ready this summer.

The kit includes the Essential Trail Stove, a great, all-rounder backpacking stove first introduced in 2020. Backed by more than 125 years of stove-making expertise, the Essential Trail Stove was specifically developed to be super easy to use, with no fiddly foldable parts and an ultra-stable design.

Equipped with Primus’ patented Laminar Flow Burner Technology which enables the burner to be nearer the gas cartridge than would usually be possible, the Essential Trail Stove is compact and sturdier than many other top-mounted stoves thanks to its lower centre of gravity. It also features Primus’ latest advanced regulator valve. This allows you to easily adjust the gas flow and cook with maximum precision. Packing a punch with its 2,500W output, the reliable stove offers fast boil times for minimum waiting around when it’s time to eat.

As well as the stove, the kit includes a Primus Essential Trek Pot 1.0L. An ideal size for brewing coffee or for solo meal times. Made from lightweight aluminium, it won’t weigh your pack down and the Trek Pot’s lid doubles as a frying pan thanks to its internal ceramic, non-stick coating. The main pot is big enough to hold both the Essential Trail Stove and a 230g gas canister when not in use, providing an easy to pack bundle, and the removable pot handle secures everything in place when in transit.

To find out more about the Essential Trail Kit, visit www.primus.eu.

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