MSR WindBurner Group

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Remote gas canister version of the Windburner with a 2.5 litre pot for superfast cooking in wild conditions - perfect for two to four people. Does not include the gas canister.

MSR WindBurner Group

MSR WindBurner Group
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Featuring radiant burner technology in a windproof, modular design, this anti-topple stove features a remote canister design and self-centering pot. The stove’s enclosed burner and pressure regulator deliver fast-boil meals and drinks in challenging conditions that can slow down other stoves. The included 2.5 L pot is perfectly sized for two to four, and nests all system components for easy packing. Other WindBurner cookware can also be used.
  • Ultra-Efficient: Windproof radiant burner and pressure regulator maintain stove performance in windy and cold conditions; faster boil times and more fuel efficiency than conventional stoves.
  • Compact Nesting: System perfectly nests all components; fast-boil 2.5 L pot serves 2 - 4 people.
  • Modular: Stove is optimized for all WindBurner cookware and a range of cooking styles.
  • Thermal Trip Reset: The safety thermal trip mechanism can be reset by the user.
  • Radiant burner with boil-to-simmer control.
  • Pressure regulator for consistent performance.
  • 2.5 L ceramic-coated aluminum nonstick pot.
  • Strainer lid with locking latch.
  • Folding Talon™ handle.
  • Room to nest 227g gas canister (not included).
Volume (Metric) 2.5 litres
Burn time per 227g gas canister: ca 95 minutes.
Water boiled per 227g gas canister: ca 18 litres.
Boil time 1 litre: ca 6.2 minutes.
Weight: ca 600g.

There are some interesting reviews of this stove on the MSR website. The general consensus is that it out performs similar stoves such as the Jetboil in boiling times and performance in windy conditions. On the negative side, the plastic bowl and lid appear to shrink in very cold conditions (-15ºC and below) and an MSR Reactor Stove might be a better choice for really cold weather trips.

MSR WindBoiler Performance      
Stove Boil Time Fuel Used
8 mph MSR WindBurner 2.3 mins 7g
8 mph Competitor's Stove 3.3 mins 9g
12 mph MSR WindBurner 2.45 mins 8g
12 mph Competitor's Stove would not boil  

* No prizes for guessing which competitor this might be!

Resetting Thermal Trip Mechanism

  1. Wait 5 minutes for stove to cool.
  2. Disconnect fuel canister from stove.
  3. Open the Flame Adjuster counterclockwise two full turns.
  4. Insert one leg of Fuel Canister Stand into the hole in stove’s mixer tube. Inserted leg should stop against mixer tube.
  5. Rotate the leg clockwise to press the brass jet downward until a click is heard.
  6. Close the Flame Adjuster before reconnecting fuel canister.
  7. Stove is now ready for use.

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