Primus Yellowstone Classic Trail Stove
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Primus Yellowstone Classic Trail Stove

Primus Yellowstone Classic Trail Stove

Product Description

This stove brings ease of use and an adjustable flame to backcountry and high-altitude cooking; great for the outdoor chef! Runs on Primus LP butane/propane cartridges which burn clean, won't spill and have a low freezing point-good for high-altitude cooking. Sturdy, lightweight, simple construction will appeal to the weight-conscious adventurer. Flame is adjustable for simmering, boiling or anything in between-just like your stove at home. Stove assembly attaches quickly and easily to the fuel cartridge, sold separately. Stove accepts any canister with female Lindel valve, including MSR, Primus, Snow Peak and Brunton canisters in various sizes and fuel formulas. Fuel canisters sold separately. Weight includes stove, not the canister.

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$25.00 (Click to View Price Changes and Options)
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Reviews for Primus Yellowstone Classic Trail Stove

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11/27/2009 09:28PM
I just bought this stove this year and have used it only a few times, mostly at home. So, far I am very pleased with it. My only complaint is it has taken me longer to get used to the flame control than I would have liked. But that is more my fault than the stove's. It's not the smallest or lightest, but it's way better than half of the big green box. For now I'll give it a seven.
11/28/2009 07:37PM
Hard to imagine a smaller stove system! I like the fact that it simmers perfectly, a big improvement over my multifuel system which was great for boiling water but couldn't simmer worth a darn.
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05/28/2010 09:48AM
My sons and I have used my Yellowstone several times. It's is very simple and (thus far) reliable.

Pros: Wide, 4-arm supports handles large pots well (compared to some smaller, backpacking stoves)... inexpensive... wide flame pattern makes for even heat distribution (think frying fish or pancakes).

Cons: heavy (for a backpacking stove)... adjusting the flame to a low simmer can be tricky; the value wants to spring back to high when you adjust it to low.

Yes, I would recommend this stove to a friend, most likely as a great "starter" stove.
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05/27/2012 10:00PM
I have used this stove on 4 trips. So far it has been a great, reliable stove. I did purchase a wind shield to help contain the heat. If the wind is blowing, it is hard to keep the heat under the pot or pan. It packs down small and fits nicely in the pot I bring.
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07/20/2012 04:11PM
I've used this stove in and out of the BWCA. Its compact, easy to assemble/use, efficient, and you can't beat the price/value. It's done everything for me from making a cup of coffee to simmering a pot of chilli.