MSR Reactor Stove System - 1.7 Liter

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Whether you're high atop an alpine peak or hunkered down after a day of hiking, the MSR Reactor stove will perform in the worst of weather.

Features

  • Backpacker April '07 says for 1-pot meals, " ... MSR Reactor™ offers a whole new level of convenience, speed, and trailworthiness."
  • New technology creates a windproof stove that cranks out heat in short order and keeps constant pressure for optimal fuel regulation and consumption
  • Burner features 2 modes of heat transfer, convective and radiant, to generate maximum heat output and boil 1 liter of water in about 3 minutes
  • Internal regulation of fuel pressure creates a consistent flame in all temperatures and excellent performance throughout the life of the fuel canister
  • One 8 oz. fuel canister, sold separately, allows you to boil about 22 liters of water, meaning you need carry less fuel and spend less money
  • Integrated heat exchanger fused to the 1.7-liter pot completely encloses the radiant burner, blocking even the most extreme winds
  • Whisper-quiet operation won't disturb your dinnertime discussions
  • Fuel canister (sold separately) and stove stow inside pot for compact storage; integrated pot handle locks in place over lid for secure transport
  • System includes stove, 1.7-liter pot with lid and PackTowl™
  • Fuel canister sold separately
  • Backpacker magazine awarded this stove system a 2019 Editors' Choice Gold Award
  • Fuel not included

Made in USA.

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Technical Specs

Best Use

Backpacking

Fuel Type

Canister

Fuel

Isobutane-propane

Integrated System

Yes

Number of Burners

1 Burner

Burn Time (Max Flame)

(8 oz. of fuel) 1 hr. 20 min.

Average Boil Time (1L)

3 minutes

Dimensions

6 x 6 x 7.5 inches

Liquid Capacity (L)

1.7 liters

Liquid Capacity (fl. oz.)

57 fluid ounces

Weight

1 lb. 3 oz.

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