The U.S. district court of Delaware has dismissed a claim by Jetboil against Primus and its Swedish parent company, Fenix Outdoor. After Primus launched its EtaSolo camping stove in the U.S. at the Outdoor Retailer show in Salt Lake City last August, working through Fenix’s newly acquired Brunton Outdoor Group, Jetboil launched the suit in an effort to halt the related marketing and sales efforts, claiming that the product infringed on several patents held by the American company. Primus counterclaimed that it did not infringe any of those patents and that some of those were invalid. As a result, Jetboil agreed to the dismissal of the case with prejudice and Primus agreed to withdraw its counterclaims.