WindBurner Group Stove System

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Group stove for gourmet meals

Dreaming of more than freeze dried backpacking meals? MSR’s WindBurner Group Stove System delivers a quality cooking experience, even in the back of beyond – maintaining its performance in the most demanding conditions. The windproof, pressure-regulated stove is bundled with a 2.5-litre sauce pot for 2-4 people to share a simmered feast, while the pot’s ceramic-coated surface offers non-stick performance and easy clean-up. The stove is designed to be used with all WindBurner cookware, and the compact system nests perfectly inside its pot without rattling around

    • Superlative cold-weather and windproof performance thanks to 100% primary air combustion, an enclosed design and a built-in pressure regulator
    • Versatile 2.5-litre ceramic-coated non-stick sauce pot (serves 2-4) features an enclosed, heat-capturing ring for easy simmering and cooking
    • Perfect, rattle free nesting system can also accommodate an 8-oz gas canister (sold separately)
    • Stable self-centring pot fits WindBurner stoves’ deep lip for increased stability
    • Includes - see 'Contents' tab
    • When packed, set has room to nest optional 8-oz MSR gas canister (sold separately)
    • 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 optional 8-oz MSR® IsoPro™ fuel canister (sold separately)
  • Water boiled (MSR IsoPro) per 1 oz. of fuel: 1.8 L
    Boil time (MSR IsoPro), 1 liter: 6.2 minutes
    Burn time (MSR IsoPro) per 227-g / 8-oz. canister: Approx 95 minutes
    Water boiled (MSR IsoPro) per 227-g canister: 14 liters
    • Volume: 2.5L
    • Weight: 590 g
    • Width: 19.6 cm
    • Length: 18.3 cm
    • Height: 14.7 cm
    • Ceramic Coated Aluminum
    • Aluminum Lid
    • Stainless Steel
    • Nylon
    • EPDM
  • A staple of multiple expeditions for more than 50 years, MSR gear is trusted by climbers, mountaineers, explorers and researchers in some of the highest and coldest places on earth. The brand has earned an enviable reputation for turning out reliable, durable, high-performance kit – and has come a long way since its founding by Seattle engineer and lifelong mountaineer Larry Penberthy in 1969. Back then, MSR – or Mountain Safety Research, to use its full moniker – was solely focused on improving the safety of climbing equipment. Why? Because Larry knew that better equipment meant greater adventures.

    Since then, the product range has grown hugely, but the core ethos remains the same. That’s why MSR gear is characterised by its user-led design that prioritises functionality, simplicity and reliability, wherever you roam in the great outdoors – whether you’re on a weekend camping trip, or perched on a portaledge 2,000ft up one of the world’s big walls.

  • WindBurner Group Stove System Instruction Manual

This is a great stove for backcountry use.

-Dan, Verified Buyer


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