Windburner Group Stove System
On my recent trip to Colorado, three wildfires were happening simultaneously. So, no surprise, a complete burn ban was in effect throughout the state, and our camping plans were smothered. Though not the same as a campfire, a couple lanterns and a small stove system will make your trip a reality in a pinch, even in these kinds of conditions. This windproof stove is perfect for any altitude and features a 2.5-liter sauce pot, perfect for two to four people to share a nice meal. A burn ban shouldn’t end a perfectly good outing, and the Windburner Group Stove will help make sure that doesn’t happen.
Windproof performance: 100 percent primary air combustion, enclosed design and internal pressure regulator work together to maintain performance in windy and cold conditions.
Multiuse: 2.5-liter ceramic-coated nonstick sauce pot (serves two to four) features an enclosed, heat-capturing ring for simmering and cooking versatility.
Compact nesting: Rattle-free nesting with an 8-ounce MSR Isopro fuel canister (sold separately).
Stable: Self-centering pot fits Windburner stoves’ deep lip for increased stability.
Radiant burner with boil-to-simmer control Pressure regulator for consistent performance 2.5-liter ceramic-coated aluminum nonstick pot Strainer lid with locking latch Folding Talon handle Room to nest optional 8-ounce MSR Isopro fuel canister (sold separately)
Width: 7.25 in Weight: 1 pound, 4 ounces Length: 7.75 inches Height: 6 inches Packed Weight: 1 pound, 5 ounces Burn time: (MSR Isopro) per 227-gram, 8-ounce canister: Appx. 95 minutes Water boiled: (MSR Isopro) per 227-gram canister: 18 liters Volume: 2.5 liters
MSRP: $199.95 Msrgear.com