Msr Msr WindBurner Personal Stove System

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Combining award-winning Reactor® technology with the features solo travelers need most, the WindBurner Stove System is ideal for backcountry adventures and weekend camping alike. Its radiant burner and enclosed, windproof design allow the stove to boil water fast and operate in weather that leaves conventional burners in the cold.

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$169.95

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DETAILS

Combining award-winning Reactor® technology with the features solo travelers need most, the WindBurner Stove System is ideal for backcountry adventures and weekend camping alike. Its radiant burner and enclosed, windproof design allow the stove to boil water fast and operate in weather that leaves conventional burners in the cold. The integrated cookware with built-in heat exchanger efficiently transfers heat to the lock-on pot so you can enjoy a quick meal or hot drink after a hike, ride or paddle. The all-in-one system nests inside its pot for easy packing and assembly, leaving more time for you to enjoy your adventure.

FEATURES:

  • Windproof radiant burner and pressure regulator maintain stove performance in windy and cold conditions; faster boil times and more fuel efficiency than conventional stoves
  • Compact Nesting: System perfectly nests components inside the 1.0 L pot, with extra full-sized bowl snapping onto the outside
  • Fits 1.0 Personal Pot, optional 1.8 Duo pot and other compatible WindBurner cookware
  • 1.0 L pot with handheld design locks onto stove and canister
  • BPA-free drinking/straining lid
  • Room to nest optional 4-oz MSR® IsoPro™ fuel canister (sold separately)

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions Volume: 1L
Output Boils 1L of Water in 4.5 Minutes
Fuel Isobutane Canister (Sold Separately)
Weight 15.3 oz / .43 kg

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Sohrab Mirab PITTSFORD NY

World's Best Stove System!

Hands down, this is the best quality "Made in USA" compact/quick boiling stove system that you can find on the market. It's light, yet super durable and packs down super small. Get one of them in your backpack and you'll be go to go for extended expeditions. And last but not least, the system is windproof, yet lacks a built-in piezo igniter. In my experience, those tend to break rather fast and don't work in all range of weathers and altitudes. Get yourself a separate friction igniter and you should be good to go.