Astonishingly efficient and scaled-down cooking system for soloists or minimalist campers. A radiant stove burner and a heat exchanger in the pot boils water or melts snow in a flash, and gets every possible joule of energy from the fuel. The burner operates near max output at low fuel pressure and in cold temperatures. An internal regulator equalizes pressure for rapid boil times throughout the life of a canister.
- 1L pot is made of hard anodized aluminum.
- Burns for about 80 minutes and boils 22L of water with a 227g canister.
- Integrated windscreen.
- Operates to -15°C.
- Stove and pot work are integrated, so it's not compatible with standard flat-bottomed pots.
- Stove packs compactly inside the pot.
- Uses MSR LPG canisters (available separately).
|Burner components||Magnesium, steel and aluminum|
Stoves are designed to burn specific fuels. All stoves should only be used with recommended fuels to prevent damage.
The average time it takes to boil 1L of water. Wind, air temperature and elevation will affect boil time in the field.
The output of any heat generating device is shown in BTUs (British Thermal Units) which measure the amount of heat energy needed to raise the temperature of 1lb. of water by 1°F.
|Dimensions||12 x 15.5cm|
Heat reflectors are placed under the burner and reflect heat back up towards the cooking pot. This helps save fuel and speed cooking time.
Liquid fuel stoves require a fuel pump to pressurize the fuel tank.