This is my second Mutha Hubba. I loved the space the first series offered but was not crazy about the pole design. Once this NX version came out with the new pole design I im…
- Aaron, 06/06/14
I love this tent. It gives you everything you need for a 3 season tent. The ventilation is great and adjustable. I love the new rain gutter. I have owned a few tents by differ…
- Jason, 04/20/14
I brought this tent because I have the bigger 2 man MSR Hubba Hubba and that is a great tent. So I new the quality has to be there. I needed a small and lighter tent for my Mo…
- David, 12/07/14
I bought this set up a few weeks ago. I have not used it in the field yet, but I did boil me up some hot water for hot coco as soon as I opened this bad boy up.…
- Mike, 12/19/14
Negative facts in my opinion. The pot coozy is horrible. Once the water comes to a boil you can not pick up the pot and wrap your hand(s) around it. Way to hot to handle. VS t…
- Mike, 01/05/15
This product is probably as good as described by customers, but the way these people conducting business is very disappointing. I bought one of these stoves online. When the s…
- Pavel, 12/23/13
When compared to other stoves this one can be a little tricky. Lots of little pieces with potential for loss. If you don't plan to do anything beyond boiling water check out t…
- THOMAS, 01/26/14
I did a hefty amount of research before purchasing a water filtration system. This filter has proven to be reliable and well-made. I was somewhat skeptical about the plastic h…
- Julianna, 09/25/13
got this for my backpacking trips. i have used it twice so far in clear rivers/creeks. it needs some pumps to fill a 32 oz bottle. but it is easy to use and the water it flite…
- Xiaojing, 07/30/13
MSR is great stuff. When it comes to water filtration you must get the correct equipment. After a 9 day Wyoming hike I decided to make a change in equipment. Bought this bad b…
- Andre, 02/26/15
Great filter, I used it for two summers straight with needing to replace the filter. I cleaned it after every backpacking trip. Lost the pre-filter once and had to replace it…
- Mike, 12/19/14
My wife and I used this tent 2 nights while backpacking in the collegiate peaks wilderness area in Colorado in August. The weight and volume was not much of a problem, especia…
- Dietrich, 02/27/14
I have used this stove on nearly every backpacking trip I have been on. This stove handles extremely well in the harshest elements. It is simple to set up and easy to cook wit…
- Michael, 04/28/14
Purchased this stove for winter backpacking and mountaineering, mostly to melt snow and boil water. The amount of heat output is unsurpassed, especially when burning kerosene.…
- Jeremy, 01/14/15
I use this stove often and in extreme weather it seems as though that's when its performance peaks! Its control is amazing, including a full simmer option and a very sturdy ba…
- Taige, 03/14/14
I bought this stove because I read the flame is great and I prefer to cook more than just hot water. This stove is great to cook gourmet meals! Yes its loud but the versatilit…
- Jairo, 08/16/14
Of my entire group of backpackers I am the only one who uses the MSR Reactor, everyone else uses Jetboils. The only down side to the reactor is the fact that it does not have…
- Danally, 01/03/14
When you go to some place high altitude, this is your best choice. It burs fantastically fast. You can also store the burn head in the pot. Nice one. I would say the packaging…
- Fang, 05/01/14
If I am going to do more than just boil water for rehydrating food (use a "bottle stove" for that) I like this stove above all others I have used or seen. Adequate flame cont…
- Bruce, 01/06/14
Reliable, lightweight, durable. Doesn't use much fuel at all and the pump is very reliable. Cooked some unreal meals on this bad boy.…
- Andy, 11/26/13
Love this stove, I've used it and the XKG and put hundreds of miles on both. You do save some weight at the expense of a little durability and the ability to boil water with l…
- Russell, 02/21/15
I have one of these already and I just ordered my second one. Great for high altitude climbing as well as casual hiking. I really love the ability to use different types of…
- John, 01/25/15
I have the MSR Miniworks water filter, and while it works perfect when filtering into a Nalgene, let's face it that there is only so much room in a Nalgene bottle. In comes th…
- Brian, 03/27/14
I use this bag for everything. It is great for group cooking, doing the dishes, showers, and storing extra clean water— I clean when I get bored.
I love that I can pour…
- Grant, 12/27/13
This is so far my best UL backpacking and car camping tent. A friend of mine has one and I have checked it out one day. I love the brilliant design of every detail that MSR pa…
- Joseph, 05/24/14
Dec 2014, I have owned this tent for a year.
Easy to setup. Material is lightweight and durable.
Setting up with just the rain-fly is awesome!!
The rain gutter works as ad…
- Mike, 12/19/14
Bought these to do NYS 46ers and the rest of the 4000'+ peaks in the NE. Awesome design weight and use of materials. except for using aluminum for the traction system. The nat…
- Jason, 12/01/14
I bought these snowshoes two days ago and took them on a 22.5 mile hike with 7000 feet of elevation gain here in the rocky mountains yesterday. I was definitely impressed with…
- Kris, 01/12/15
If you haven't camped with MSR, you might want to consider doing it some time in the near future. MSR camping gear is among the best available and you would be doing yourself a favor to use it on your next trip. There is tons of creativity and engineering that goes into making MSR products. Since the company has been in operation for about 40 years now, you know MSR is a brand you can trust.
I am speaking to all those mountaineers, hikers and campers out there that need a change in their lives. OK, that might be a little extreme. Maybe if you just need a change in your camping equipment, then I'm talking to you. MSR designs and maunfactures all their products with care and devotion to the outdoors and all outdoor activities. It's important to note that MSR makes most of their products on site at its Seattle facility. Now that's dedication.
The MSR stoves are perfect for camping. They are lightweight and reliable, which comes in handy when you really need to boil water or cook some food. If you're confused about which stove to get, maybe I can clear up some questions for you. When you're looking for a stove, you may want to pay attention to the packed weight, burn time, and any other special features the stove may come with. Here are a couple:
MSR Reactor Stove - Use this stove if you know you'll be camping in windy conditions. The burner head is enclosed by a heat exchanger to protect even when it's really windy. The MSR Reactor Stove can boil water in 3 minutes per liter. Amazing. The burn time is approximately 80 minutes for the MSR Reactor Stove.
MSR WhisperLite Stove - This is a lightweight stove with a simple design. The MSR WhisperLite has a burn time of 136 minutes. This stove is perfect to bring on long hikes when you want a stove but your load needs to be light.
To complement your stove, MSR offers exceptional pots and pans and other camping supplies to create the best camping experience you can possibly have. MSR mugs, MSR forks and MSR spoons may all be helpful while camping.
MSR also strives to supply the lovers of MSR with proper protection while camping. This is where the durable MSR tents, such as the MSR Mutha Hubba Tent, come in to play. The company constantly pushes the limits of tents, and other camping gear for that matter, in order to make the next best thing. And I must say, they do it well.
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