MSR PocketRocket Stove.
The MSR PocketRocket Stove is an ideal choice for all your culinary needs, when in the great outdoors. At just 3 oz., it does not over burden your shoulders, even when you're on a difficult hike. Measuring at palm sized dimensions of 4 in. x 2 in. x 2 in., the product is easy to store, making transport and handling convenient, even when space is at a premium. It is easy to keep up, as there is no need for any priming or pressurizing. The stove's output is fairly intense, and reflected in the fact that .264 gallons of water is boiled in under three and a half minutes, making it highly suited for fast use. It's simple to switch between the functions of simmer and boil, thanks to the glove-friendly controls. In addition, the fuel used is environment friendly. With the MSR PocketRocket Stove, culinary problems while camping are a thing of the past!
This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
: Weighs just 3 oz. (86 g). Palm-size dimensions, 4x4x2 inches.
: No need for priming, pressurizing or maintenance.
: Boils a liter of water in under 3.5 minutes.
: Glove-friendly controls allow precise flame adjustment and stability.
: Micro-burner, tri-sectional clip protects flame in light wind gusts.
: Clean burning, ultimate performance from start to finish of canister life.
• Fuel not included
MSR® (Mountain Safety Research®) backpack stoves are lightweight, compact and-above all-reliable!
Ultralight 3-oz. pocket-sized canister-mounted stove with blazing heat output. Simmer or boil with lightning-fast operation. Includes carrying case. Serrated pot supports fold in. Uses one 4 oz. fuel canister (not included). Dimensions: 4'' x 2'' x 2''.
Manufacturer model #: 11792.
With a weight of only 3 oz, a compact design that fits in your pocket and a high heat output for fast boil times, it's easy to see why the MSR PocketRocket is the world's best selling canister fuel stove.
Forget preheating, priming, or pressurizing - MSR's Pocket Rocket Stove is compact, powerful, and maintenance free. Fitting snugly into the super light category, this butane stove weighs in at only 3 ounces and includes a durable, fitted carrying case to protect it when being knocked around in your pack.
The ultimate entry-level offering in MSR’s IsoPro Stove Line, the PocketRocket was designed for the Fast-and-Light set. It excels on any trip where weight is a premium: minimalist overnight climbs or traverses, multi-day light alpine ascents, or expedition high-camps.
Hands-down winner in the race for space! The tiny MSR Pocket Rocket stove delivers full-size performance yet fits into the smallest corner of your pack.
|1 Liter Boil Time:||3.5 min|
|Average boil time:||3 min. 30 sec.|
|Avg. Boil Time 1 liter:||3.5 min.|
|Boil Time:||3.5 minutes (per 1 liter of water)|
|Boil time with MSR IsoPro, 1 liter:||3.5 minutes|
|Burn Time:||60 minutes (per 8 oz canister)|
|Burn time (max flame):||(8 oz. of fuel) 60 minutes|
|Burn time with MSR IsoPro per 227 g / 8 oz. canister:||Appx. 60 minutes|
|Cold Weather Performance:||Fair|
|Country of Origin:||Korea|
|Dimensions:||4 in. x 2 in. x 2 in. (10 cm x 5 cm x 5 cm)|
|Flame Protection:||Tri-sectional Windclip wind shield protects flame and boosts efficiency.|
|Fuel Connector:||Universal Lindal Valve|
|Fuel Type:||MSR isopropane canister|
|Fuel Types:||MSR IsoPro Premium Fuel|
|Full Flame Control:||Glove-friendly controls allow precise flame adjustment, from a simmer to a boil.|
|High Heat Output:||Boils 1 liter of water in under 3.5 minutes.|
|Item Weight:||3 oz.|
|Minimum Weight:||3 oz / 85 g|
|Note:||fuel canister sold separately|
|Packaged Weight:||4.2 oz / 119 g|
|Recommended Use:||General Backpacking|
|Simple Operation:||No need for priming, pressurizing, or maintenance.|
|Size:||4 x 2 x 4in. (10.2 x 5.1 x 5.1cm)|
|Stove Type:||Canister Stoves|
|Upc, Ean, Isbn:||040818117927|
|Water boiled with MSR IsoPro per 1 oz. of fuel:||2 liters|
|Water boiled with MSR IsoPro per 227 g canister:||16 liters|
|Weight:||4.2 oz / 119g|
|MSR MicroRocket||$47.98 - $59.99|
This stove just gets the job done. I debated getting the dual fuel but decided it wasn't worth the cost. You need to try to get it level because it's not the most stable design--especially compared to the WhisperLite and some of the competitors. But it's a great stove for the price.