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Primus Omnilite Ti Multi-fuel Stove

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On our travels, we use the Primus Omnilite Ti Multi-fuel Stove. This is a great stove and we love it. However, it has one big drawback, as do a lot of multi-fuel stoves – it is VERY NOISY! You cannot sit peacefully in the countryside listening to the sounds of nature while making a brew. In fact, you cannot hear the sounds of nature at all due to the roar of the burner! Obviously, word must have got back to Primus and they have now brought out the Omnilite Ti Silencer – and it works like a dream! Click the link below to watch the short video I’ve made and see for yourself! 

Primus Omnilite Ti Silencer

Author: Mike McEnnerney Photographer PhotoLink Images

I've had a passion for photography for as long as I can remember and have been running my own photographic business for many years (www.photolinkimages.co.uk). This also carries over into my personal interests: I love the great outdoors and enjoy nothing better than to be outside taking photos and combining this with my hobbies of cycle touring, camping, backpacking, canoeing and just being out in the wilds, or as the Australians say "beyond the black stump" farther into the outback than the city lights.

3 thoughts on “Primus Omnilite Ti Multi-fuel Stove

  1. what great news. we have had one of these stoves for years and as you say its really noisy. I am going to see if we can source one of these quickly before our summer trip in a couple of weeks time.

  2. Thanks for the video. It’s convinced me to buy one as the stove is so loud without it.

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