MSR Windburner Personal Stove System 1lBy Ampro Sales Ltd
- 25th Jan, 2020 Jan 25, 2020, 10:35 AM
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Fly camping this roar?! Then you'll be needing a decent cooking system!
Combining award-winning Reactor technology with the features solo adventurers need most, the WindBurner Stove System is ideal for backcountry hunting. It’s radiant burner and enclosed, windproof design allow the stove to boil water fast and operate in weather that leaves conventional burners in the cold.
The integrated cookware with built-in heat exchanger efficiently transfers heat to the lock-on pot so you can enjoy a quick meal or hot drink during a climb, tramp, ride or paddle. The all-in-one system nests inside its pot for easy packing and assembly leaving more time for you to enjoy your adventure.
Integrated System: Compact, all-in-one stove and cookware solution features a secure-locking pot/personal eat-and-drink mug with cozy.
Maximum Efficiency: Radiant burner and heat exchanger deliver faster boil times and more fuel efficiency than conventional stoves that use convective heat only.
Windproof Performance: 100% primary air combustion, enclosed design & internal pressure regulator work together to make stove virtually impervious to outside conditions.
Compact Design: Conveniently packs the stove burner, 4 oz. (110g) IsoPro fuel canister (sold separately), folding canister stand, and PackTowl inside the 1.0L Pot. Extra full-sized bowl snaps onto the outside.
Modular Versatility: Customizable system works with optional cookware accessories, including the WindBurner 1.0L accessory pot, hanging kit and coffee press.
Weight: 432g (includes pot)
Boil time (MSR IsoPro), 1 litre: 4.5 minutes
MSR products are imported and distributed by Ampro Sales Ltd in Petone.
Check out their website e.ampro.co.nz for more information on the entire range.
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