MSR® Windburner™ 1.0L Stove System is a fast, efficient personal stove for solo travelers, minimalist trips, and individual meals. This MSR (Mountain Safety Research) windproof stove features a radiant burner and enclosed design that allow the stove to boil water fast and operate in wind, rain, and inclement weather. The integrated cookware with built-in heat exchanger efficiently transfers heat to the lock-on pot for fuel conservation. When it's time to go, the canister stand folds, the bowl snaps to the outside, and everything nests inside the pot, including your fuel canister (not included). The MSR Windburner 1.0L Stove System is the efficient way to enjoy a quick meal or hot drink after your hike, ride or paddle. Manufacturer style #: 09219.
Heat, eat, and drink from the same pot
Windproof stove for solo camping or hiking
All-in-one integrated burner and cookware
Radiant burner and heat exchanger deliver fast boiling and fuel efficiency
Lid with drinking and straining ports
Insulated cozy with handle
Nests inside its pot for easy packing and assembly
Canister stand folds for storage
Full-size 16 oz. bowl snaps on to the outside
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Rated 5 out of
Awesome for backcountry hunting.Bought this a year ago and worked awesome hunting sheep. Boils fast with minimal fuel burn. Half a 16 ounce bottle for 6 days 2 meals a day and melting some snow for water. Just bought a second one because I broke the valve handle (folded it wrong when I put it in the pack). Still works fine but not nice on the fingers.
Date published: 2018-08-23
Rated 4 out of
4.85 Stars is not an optionI purchased the 1.8L System over the 1L system as this system allows for a remote fuel canister and a lower center of gravity. I purchased the compatible 1L Windburner accessory pot, and 1L coffee press. I plan on predominately utilizing the 1L pot with the remote fuel system. Pros: Rapid Boil Easy storage Relatively Lightweight Cons The bowl on the bottom was not manufactured to slight into the 'snap-n-secure ring' on the bottom of the windburner stove. The bowl will fall off if not stowed with something against the bottom. This is an unfortunate oversight that is an easy fix on the manufacturing side. Overall: Happy with purchase. Would happily purchase 1 L with remote fuel system, however that was not an option. Other than that no cons for my intended use of backpacking, camping (3-7 nights), and car camping. I would not recommended for thru-hiking.
Date published: 2018-06-19
Rated 5 out of
This system is amazingThis stove truly lives up to its name. I recently took it along with me on a 3,000 mile road trip through Utah and Arizona where it performed beautifully day in and day out. Whether it was a quick boil of some water (and it really was quick, the heat dispersement system on the bottom of the 1.8L accessory pot usefully spreads the heat around the full base, and not just the bottom) for morning coffee or getting scrambled eggs to their desired consistency with the easily adjustable burner. The highlight of the stove during the trip was at 7000' feet in a very, very windy night in Capitol Reef. Simmering some noodles for spaghetti at night and coffee and hot cereal in the morning was absolutely no issue with the WindBurner. Not to mention the new satellite base keeps the height lower and more stable in unstable conditions. This stove system is incredibly versatile from sea level to 7000'+ and in incredibly windy conditions. The WindBurner pot and skillet are a great addition to this system, especially for car camping where space isn't an issue.
Date published: 2018-05-02
Rated 5 out of
Love the modular design!Love the modular design and nesting capability. I took a trip recently and had no issues in the wind at about 35 degrees out. I plan on using the 1.0 pot for MTB trips.