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The DragonFly Fuel Pump by MSR is the lightest, most reliable pump on the market, redesigned to be easier than ever to use, with full field-maintainability. It also offers unmatched durability as well as an auto-shutoff valve for increased safety.
FEATURES of the MSR DragonFly Fuel Pump
Redesigned to improve the performance of all MSR liquid-fuel stoves
Offers unmatched durability, easier field maintenance, and superior flame control for more cooking options than ever
Rated 5 out of
Dragonfly pump are different from their other stovesDragonfly pump are different from their other stoves, so you need this one to keep your dragonfly running in case something breaks. Before you buy the pump check the expedition repair parts kit to see if the part you need is in there as it has several parts for the pump. May save you thirty bucks and get you some extra stuff to keep your stove running.,,,,Pump is probally 95% plastic except for the control valve and that's fine with me. I've used mine when it was 10deg below zero and it worked fine.
Date published: 2013-10-27
Rated 3 out of
Z Liu from
A little bit fragileHad to find and buy this here, because the one came with the dragonfly stove was broken by my boy. He over-tightened the valve, and stripped the inner thread on the plastic pump body.