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my new MSR Reactor Camping Stove

Posted Jul 13 2009 11:37pm

Review pending.

Just purchased the Reactor:

We’ve combined state of the art cookware with revolutionary stove design to make the Reactor stove the fastest, most fuel efficient stove system ever. The Reactor stove’s radiant burner is enclosed by a unique heat exchanger for unmatched performance in windy conditions while an advanced pressure regulator provides optimal heat output over the life of a fuel canister. Stove and fuel stow inside of the high-efficiency 1.7-liter pot that’s great for everything from solo trips to cooking for groups of up to three people. A collapsible handle locks the unique see-thru lid in place for safe and easy transport.

Unmatched Wind Protection: Radiant burner head is enclosed by heat exchanger for maximum protection in even the windiest conditions.

Unrivaled Boil Time: Out-performs the competition in lab tests—boiling a liter of water in just 3 minutes—with a far greater advantage in windy conditions.

Maximum Efficiency: Patent-pending radiant burner and heat exchanger make the Reactor the most efficient all-condition stove system, so you carry less fuel.

Integrated System: State-of-the-art stove and high-efficiency pot are combined into one compact, easy-to-use system.

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Amazon – MSR Reactor Stove System

I want to use it in Europe carrying one canister of fuel to last many days. They claim 80mins of burn time / canister.

Volume and weight were the main factor in my decision. The alternatives were messy, finicky multi-fuel systems.

The best website I consulted was Zen – How to Choose a Backpacking Stove – Stove Choices

related post – Jetboil vs MSR vs Primus stoves

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