Measurements of carbon monoxide levels produced by the Primus Express stove and EtaExpress cooking system.
By Roger Caffin
We cover two related products in this Review: the Primus Express stove and the Primus EtaExpress cooking system. The Express stove is available by itself, and is also used in the EtaExpress cooking system. The EtaExpress system includes a windshield and a heat-exchanger pot, central to the system, and a small and rather heavy lid, which is not. Both the stove itself and the cooking system were tested for CO emissions.
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