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MSR WhisperLite International Stove V2

November 19, 2015 - Comment

The upgraded Whisperlite International multi-fuel stove takes advantage of nearly 20 years of proven field use and feedback to make one of our most versatile stoves even better. The most notable improvement is a one-piece, stamped stainless steel leg assembly that boosts stability and simplifies maintenance while also reducing weight. Combined

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The upgraded Whisperlite International multi-fuel stove takes advantage of nearly 20 years of proven field use and feedback to make one of our most versatile stoves even better. The most notable improvement is a one-piece, stamped stainless steel leg assembly that boosts stability and simplifies maintenance while also reducing weight. Combined with a collection of subtle engineering refinements to boost overall efficiency, the WhisperLite International stove will remain the top choice for globetrotting backpackers seeking lightweight and compact multi-fuel versatility.MSR’s upgraded Whisperlite International multi-fuel stove takes advantage of nearly 20 years of proven field use and feedback to further improve one of the popular outdoor outfitter’s most versatile stoves. A one-piece, stamped stainless steel leg assembly boosts stability and simplifies maintenance while also reducing weight and, combined with a collection of subtle engineering refinements to boost overall efficiency, the stove will likely remain a top choice for globetrotting backpackers seeking lightweight, compact multi-fuel versatility.

Features
Improved Multi-Fuel Performance: Burns white gas, kerosene, and unleaded auto fuel Lightweight Stability: Stamped stainless steel legs greatly improve stability and reduce weight Compact: Folds small and fits inside most MSR pots Field Maintainable: Self-cleaning Shaker Jet technology and new, one-piece leg assembly allow fast cleaning and maintenance in the field

Specifications
10.9-ounce minimum weight 15.6-ounce packed weight With 20-ounce canister of white gas:
110-minute burn time Boils one liter of water in 3.5 minutes Boils 1.3 liters of water per ounce of fuel With 20-ounce canister of kerosene:
155-minute burn time Boils one liter of water in 4.4 minutes Boils 1.6 liters of water per ounce of fuel

Lifetime Warranty
MSR products are made in Seattle, Washington, and include a limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

About MSR
MSR is part of a company named Cascade Designs, started by three friends and former Boeing engineers — Jim Lea, Neil Anderson, and John Burroughs — who were laid off from the aeronautics giant in 1971. Outdoor enthusiasts looking for the next great gear idea, they went on to design the world’s first self-inflating mattress, the Therm-A-Rest. Today, Cascade Designs remains a private, family-owned company that has grown to be one of the most respected outdoor manufacturers in the world.

Product Features

  • Multi-fuel stove takes advantage of nearly 20 years of proven field use and feedback to further improve one of MSR’s most versatile stoves
  • One-piece, stamped stainless steel leg assembly boosts stability and simplifies maintenance while reducing weight
  • Self-cleaning Shaker Jet technology and new, one-piece leg assembly allow fast cleaning and maintenance in the field
  • 10.9-ounce minimum weight and 15.6-ounce packed weight; 110-minute burn time with 20-ounce canister of white gas and 155-minute burn time with 20-ounce canister of kerosene
  • Includes limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty; made in Seattle, WA
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Comments

cenc says:

wisper lite It’s a wisper lite. Works good. Dumped some old unleaded fuel I had on hand in to it, and it fired right up. Considering I have not used one in 30 years, nothing suprising.By the way, there is no fuel bottle that comes with as pictured. That was a bit hard to determine from the advertising, even though I knew it did not. Just thought some might be confused by that.

telemarken says:

Awesome little stove A fantastic stove. In the last few weeks since receiving the stove I have cooked the standard fare such as pasta and beans as well as using some more advanced techniques to successfully bake a chocolate cake and cinnamon rolls (search for nols cooking show on youtube for more info about that). The thing is brilliant! Easy to prime and burns really hot at full blast. Having low pressure in the fuel bottle is the trick if you want a really low flame. by only putting one or two pumps into the…

Frank says:

Bought this in 1987 and still running strong!! I bought this stove back in 1987 when they first came out. Forgot what I paid, but it seemed expensive at the time. It’s spent over a hundred nights on the trail with me backpacking and has hiked over 2,500 miles with me. It’s been backpacking with me in Yosemite, Denali, Grand Tetons, Natchez Trace and for 3 months on the Appalachian Trail in 1991. I put it away in one of my camping boxes in 1991 and went to ultralight stuff with an alcohol stove and never looked back. A couple of weeks…

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