An awesomely quick, rugged and compact system for 1 to 2 minimalist travellers. A 1.8L pot allows you to cook big meals on a very small stove. MSR took the burner that made their Reactor Stoves so famously fast and fuel-efficient, and squeezed it into a smaller unit for the WindBurner. When you want hot food quickly or need to melt lots of snow to hydrate, the WindBurner retains most of its heating capacity in settings where your kitchen isn’t fully sheltered from the wind. Tested in 19km/h winds, the boil time increased by only 30 seconds per litre.
- 1.8L pot and heat exchanger are made of hard anodized aluminum.
- Maximum pot fill line is 1L.
- Insulated cozy with handle to keep contents warm.
- Includes a polypropylene 750ml bowl.
- Polypropylene lid doubles as a strainer.
- Pressure regulator provides consistent performance at altitude, in varying weather and canister levels.
- Folding canister stand enhances stability.
- 227g canister burns for about 95 minutes and boil approximately 18L of water.
- Stove and pot are an integrated system. The stove will not support standard flat-bottomed pots.
- Fuel canisters available separately.
|Burner components||Brass, stainless 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||12.7 x 12.7 x 20.3cm|
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.