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Windburner's taking backcountry by storm.
The Windburner Stove Combo System includes MSR's innovative, windproof stove with and a complementary pot and skillet appropriately sized for backpacking trips. The stove's unique, radiant burner sits lower in the stove for wind-resistance, and the included pot and skillet fix above the stove to completely seal out blustery breezes. The IsoPro canister (sold separately) sits away from the stove, and the stove's platform ensures stability in windy conditions. The system's modular design lets you pack everything together, and the included strainer lid locks everything shut when you're hiking. Although the Windburner Stove Combo System sets you up for backpacking trips with one other buddy, MSR made the Windburner Stove compatible with all WindBurner cookware so you can get larger pots and pans for family camping trips sometime down the road.
- Windburner Stove package ideal for backpacking in a group of two
- Windproof, radiant burner with pressure regulator
- Canister with stable platform for windy situations
- Non-stick pot and skillet with folding Talon handles for easy packing
- Modular system packs together, and strainer lid locks shut
- Item #CAS00C6
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I bought the original MSR reactor a year or two after it came out. Whilst my friends always had trouble with any hints of wind meeting their jetboils, I could happily boil water/melt snow quickly at any altitude or with strong winds. The one thing I missed was during summer camping the ability to actually cook meals and not just simply boil water. I wished I could turn the heat down.
MSR finally gave me what I was hoping for, and while this is not an ultra lightweight setup, I love the fact that I can actually COOK with this system. No problems frying trout, grilling onions, eggs, etc etc. in the frying pan. The extra weight and space this takes up in comparison to my reactor stove is worth it to me when I feel like a fresh meal and not going freeze dried.
Does this actually have an invertible canister as the description states? It doens't look like it has a preheating loop in the stove, which is required to burn liquid fuel.
Thanks for pointing that out. I got in touch with MSR to double check and the two they make that have an invertible cannister are the WindPro and the WhisperLite. I'll do what I can to get that switched.