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After searching for the perfect mug, I decided on this one. It packs nicely in your pack and you can put spare batteries and smaller items inside to cut down on room. The lar…
- Ari, 06/28/11
packs well and works great on the trail. Best mug to drink out of 20 miles from the nearest road, or on your way into class and does not burn your lips!…
- Kyle, 02/02/13
Not much to say about a bowl/plate. I just want the points!!
Nah, lightweight, durable, cleans up easy and packs pretty lightly.…
- Anthony, 06/20/13
Point Pleasant, WV
Love how their stackable for packing in a backpack. We got one medium and one large and fit all the food we could eat.…
- David, 04/18/13
I try to keep two of each size available for all my outing needs. The 11oz bottle is fine for me solo for a week on a single bottle, and the 20oz is good for two people for n…
- charles, 10/26/13
Haven't used any other fuel bottle on numerous backpacking expeditions. Haven't had any issues and the bottles are quite durable (survived many falls). Buy one.…
- Andy, 11/26/13
I purchased this stove in 2006. It has been with me on every adventure I have embarked on. In the past 11 years it has been with me in the desert and on 13,000' peaks and ha…
- CURTIS M., 12/03/13
Overall this is a good stove for what I spent on it. The flame is even and smooth on the burner even after months of use. My only complaint (if you can even call it that) is t…
- mike, 10/16/13
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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