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Go light and cook fast with the MSR Reactor 1.0L Pot. Originally made for the MSR Reactor 1.0L Stove System, this pot works with the burners from the larger 1.7L or 2.5L Reactor Stove Systems for maximum versatility (all stove systems sold separately). This pot features a see-through top, flip-out handle, and just enough cooking capacity to satisfying a single camper.

  • Anodized aluminum makes this pot lightweight but incredibly strong
  • See-through top helps you get a visual indicator of how your food is cooking
  • Talon handle flips out for easy handling and folds over the top of the pot to lock the lid in place for secure storage
  • Compatible with Reactor 1.0L, 1.7, and 2.5 Stove System burners (sold separately)
  • Reactor burner and fuel canister (sold separately) nest inside this pot and form a compact, all-in-one unit for backpacking
  • Note: this item includes ONLY the MSR Reactor Pot

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With burner and canister

With burner and canister

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What is the actual weight savings over the 1.7? It looks to be 2 ounces or so.

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The actual weight feels like more savings than that. I don't have them both on the scale in front of me, but I'd put it up around 4-5oz... The real point behind 1L vs 1.7L is, how many times do you need that extra 700ml of volume? Will you be solo melting snow? maybe it's worth it then. Do you have the extra room in your pack?
I tend to take my 1L most often, and take the 1.7L when I know I'm going to be melting snow for water, or it will be two of us and I'll have a fresh water source. With two or more climbers in winter/spring, I'll split up the 2.5L pot, stove and fuel between us and it's great being able to fill two 1L bottles and have enough for a couple cups of coffee in the morning.

So this is MSR's response to Jetboil's...

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So this is MSR's response to Jetboil's Sol?

Does the fuel canister, burner, and cloth still fit in this 1L pot like it does in the original 1.7L Reactor pot?

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You have to pack 4oz fuel cans instead of 8oz with the 1.7L, but otherwise yes, the burner fits inside the 1L pot with a fuel can and i was able to "stuff" a tightly packed base cloth inside.