MSR WindBurner Stove Combo System ($280)






1 @ 7,000 BTUs


1 lb. 13 oz.

What we like:

Versatile backpacking and camping option.

What we don’t:

Output and performance fall short of propane two-burners.

We’ve utilized MSR stoves throughout the globe for backpacking However, their compact and light designs aren’t suitable for camping in cars. This is the case with this model, the WindBurner Stove Combo System. The complete set-up comes with one of the most efficient MSR canister stoves The WindBurner as well as an 2.5-liter pot and an 8-inch skillet that can be used by groups. Like the backpacking model items connect straight to the stove to ensure effective cooking and constant heat, even in windy conditions.

To be precise To be clear, this WindBurner Stove Combo cannot come even close to the performance or cooking capabilities of the conventional camping stoves listed above. The stove has only one burner and it can only be used with specific pans and pots for the WindBurner as well as the overall performance and time to burn falls far behind a propane-powered model. What it does succeed in is bridging the car camping and backpacking worlds. You can take the small one-liter pot (sold separately) to help you stay small and light for backpacking, and then take out the pans and pots to take camping.


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