MSR WindPro II


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A remote gas canister gas stove with an improved design for 2012

The well-established WindPro stove offers a very light weight option for a stove that has a fuel line to a gas canister at only 192g. Having this arrangement rather than canister mounting gives greater stability when using heavy pans.

The canister can be inverted and clipped onto an included stand. This delivers liquid fuel to the burner which means there is less reliance on gas pressure. This gives improved performance when at low temperatures or when the fuel is running low.

The WindPro has wide pan supports so that 25cm wide pans can be safely accommodated.

The stove comes supplied with a windscreen to assist with cooking times.

  • Remote burner stove
  • Weight: 187g
  • Wide pan supports
  • Included stand to support inverted canister
  • Boil time for 1 litre: 3.5 mins approx
  • Burn time for 250g of gas: 70 minutes approx
  • Windscreen included


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