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M Stoves, Tents and Carbon Monoxide - Deadly or not?
Supplement 6: Primus Eta PackLite System

by Roger Caffin

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The Primus Eta PackLite could be called the Primus Eta Power on weight-reduction. The Eta PackLite stove is only moderately similar to the Eta Power, and in a distant sort of way, and the pot is different too, but the concept is very similar. The burner is a highly modified Primus Micron Ti 2.5 (or Primus Express). The main air-mixing burner tube is horizontal, and a pre-heat tube has been added. The burner assembly can be completely removed from the base if you want: it is held in place with a standard clip-pin and a Terry clip. The pot supports can be rotated inwards to reduce the size for packing.

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