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I took this on a two month backpacking adventure (Utah then Colorado then Montana then Wyoming) this summer and it worked great! Did require some frequent cleaning in the dirt…
- Andrew, 08/04/12
I agonized over this purchase for about 14 hours.. researching all the models in this price range. Reading hundreds of reviews here and elsewhere. This one ended up being my c…
- MARK, 05/28/08
If you can pour it and it burns, then it will work in this stove. Load up your flask....I mean your MSR fuel bottle with some bacardi 151 firewater and you have a duel purpos…
- Keith, 08/17/11
Used this on a few 3 week long trips, never had a problem with it. It is loud though while cooking. Easy to use and packs pretty small. The heat can go to simmer which is supe…
- Carolyn, 07/15/11
As noted, these are handy for large groups or distant water sources. I use the Dromedary primarily to pack water into dry areas. A 6L bag weighs ~13.75# full (almost nothing e…
- John, 12/02/09
The Buffalo Commons
This is a versatile bag. I bought the 6L bag and it works great for camp water storage. I just hang it from a tree and the spout works good for filling my pot. Now all I need…
- NATHAN, 05/12/09
if your looking for an MSR stove bottle this is it. The seal works great and the smell of fuel doesn't leak out. A must have!!!!…
- Carter, 08/03/12
Fort Hood, TX
MSR fuel bottles are built to keep fuel in and keep your gear from becoming Molotov cocktail rags. Seriously though, I wouldn't trust many other fuel containers as much as I…
- Jeremy, 01/27/12
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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