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The MSR WindBurner Stove System is a camping stove for solo trips into the backcountry. Using the same technology from the Reactor® stove, the radiant burner is wrapped inside a windproof design so you can quickly bring water to a boil for your next meal or morning coffee. The mug can be used to eat or drink from directly thanks to the cozy wrapped around it for safety from heat, just unlock it from the stove base and secure the detachable bowl. The lid features a hole to be used for straining excess liquid as well as drinking out of. When meal time is over, pack everything into the mug and off to bed or your next camp.
FEATURES of the MSR WindBurner Stove System
The WindBurner is a compact, all-in-one integrated stove and cookware system that includes a secure locking pot and personal mug with cozy
100% primary air combustion, internal pressure regulator and enclosed design all combine to make the WindBurner completely windproof.
The compact design allows the stove burner, a 4oz IsoPro™ fuel canister (NOT included), and folding canister stand to all pack inside the pot, and the extra full-sized bowl snaps onto the outside
Lid has drinking and straining ports, so less messes you guys
Insulated cozy with a handle makes it easy to hold the mug while you eat or drink
Includes an extra 16 oz full-sized bowl
Radiant burner and heat exchanger offer super fast boil times and better fuel efficiency than stoves that only use convective heat.
1L or 18.L pot with heat exchanger
A secure connection with the stove for safer and easier use
Pressure regulator helps unsure a consistent performance
Included folding canister stand prevents the WindBurner from tipping over in windy conditions, or on uneven terrain
Compatible with optional MSR cookware accessories including the WindBurner Accessory Pots, WindBurner Skiller, WindBurner Hanging Kit, and WindBurner Coffee Press Kit.
Built in the USA with imported parts.
Please note that stoves DO NOT include any fuel bottles or canisters pictured. Sorry about everything and please don't hate us.
Editors Choice Gear Lab - 2015, Desnivel Magazine Material, OutDoor Industry Award - 2014
Rated 5 out of
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Easy-off lid coverThis is not a review, as pretty well everything has already been said. This is a tip for those who have difficulty peeling off the plastic lid on the pot. We all know the lid stays on securely, almost too securely.
There is a small rectangular tab on the lid with a hole in it. Loop a corded zipper pull (i.e. MSR Night Glow or MSR Universal zipper pull) thru it. To smoothly and effortlessly remove the lid, simply grab the pull between thumb and index finger, put you knuckles on the lid and quickly peel back. Smooth as silk!
Maybe MSR would show this step in their next printing of the instructions. It would probably cut some of the complaints down.
Date published: 2016-06-12
Rated 5 out of
WindBurner stove boils fastI bought the WindBurner after using a WindPro and wanting to save some weight and have a more compact, easy to use stove. Because the WindBurner has an integrated pot with heat exchanger, it boils water very fast and ends up weighing less than a WindPro + pot setup. I haven't tried to use the WindBurner in colder temperatures (< 25F) however I have melted snow and boiled water with it at 26F with no problems. I have yet to try the trick of putting the canister in a water dish for colder temperatures, but will pursue that in some future outing.
Overall a good experience, but I would still take the WindPro for temperatures below 25F.
Date published: 2016-07-22
Rated 5 out of
A very well thought out stove.I've had the Windboiler / Windburner for a while now and it is outstanding, especially in wind.
I've had it rolling boil in under 2 minutes with freezing water taken from a stream in winter.
What really sets it apart from other stoves is the details, such as the handle, it actually works! Unlike another 'top brand'.
You can lift up the stove filled with water without removing from the gas canister!
The additional hanging kit is also great for getting a coffee or some warm food while on a hanging belay ledge!
All-in-all a very well thought out, well put together piece of kit, wouldn't expect anything less from MSR!
Date published: 2016-04-15
Rated 4 out of
For lightweight hot mealsI bought this just before starting a year of weekend hikes. I hooked up with a group that was starting a monthly series of weekend backpacking trips. Personally I like a hot meal during my hikes. Particularly a hot breakfast to warm me up on those cooler mornings. The Windburner is compact and simple. Quick to get started and quick to boil water. One fuel tank can be packed stored inside the canister which is more than enough for weekend trips. The plastic bowl that slides onto the bottom during storage got stuck once or twice. A little aggravating but nothing major. It never failed me regardless of the conditions.
Date published: 2016-01-23
Rated 5 out of
AMAZINGI'm not new to camping, but am new to solo stove systems. The MSR Windboiler, coupled with the Trail-lite duo pot & bowls made the whole experience Amazing!! From the 2 minute boil time, to the meals (Backpackers Pantry) eaten from the deepish bowls, to the stowe away in the corner of my backpack, the MSR Windboiler lived up to the articles & reviews in the magazines & on-line and made my purchase all that much more worth the money. The stove system works amazingly well when hammock camping and set-up right there under the tarp, while you lounge back in the hammock.
Thank you MSR!!
Jim in Belleville, Ontario
Date published: 2015-06-14
Rated 5 out of
It just never quitsI bought this stove over a year ago and it is now the only stove I take on my adventures. Of course it boils quick, and to be fair there are several other stoves that boil water quickly...but they can't deal with harsh/windy conditions the way this thing can (30 mph winds were not a problem). I've run it through the wringer at this point and have had no issues at all. And by the wringer I mean I've dropped it in sea water, snow, mud, and the thing survived a rather substantial fall onto some rocks...just a little rinse and inspection and I was able to cook my meal.
Definitely a great little stove!
Date published: 2016-08-29
Rated 5 out of
Fast light, all you need.I have been using my windburner for some time now and i must say i am very pleased with it. It is a food size and with a gas campister inside you are all set. Easy and quick assemble, because of it's many holes in the pot it is very easy to attach the pot to the burner compared to Jetboil.
No integrated ignition but i always carry a stormlighter on my trips so for me that is not a problem at all.
Its a bit faster than the Jetboil especially in windy conditions, all my friends have Jetboil so always fun to get the water boiling before them :).
Considering buying the new bigger version as well.
Date published: 2016-07-11
Rated 5 out of
Bumbled Bee from
Windburner Stove WinsI have at least four camp stoves in my 'Tried it out But.... Bin'. Then last June I purchased the Windburner Stove system. Totally amazing! I live in the Pacific Northwest and hike all year round, where the ocean breezes and mountain storms can play havoc with stoves. This stove has not once let me down. My daughter and I just finished a tough hike on the Juan De Fuca Marine Trail and after four days of breakfasts and dinners we finished with almost half a canister of fuel (and that's the small canister!) I am doing the PCT next March and this will be my stove of choice for reliability. Thanks MSR.
Are the burners for both the 1L and 1.8L the same size and the pot size is the only difference or is the 1.8L burner bigger? I am interested in buying the smaller sized 1L, but having an additional 1.8L pot for when friends join my girlfriend and I.
Asked by: octopusattack
Hey Octopusattack! The burner is the same size for both of these, so you could definitely use the 1.8L pot on the burner provided with the 1L. Sweet!