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MSR WhisperLite International Stove

by MSR

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  • 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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FEATURES of the MSR WhisperLite International Stove Lighter: Aluminum mixer tube and stainless steel legs reduce trail weight Added Stability: Serrated, stainless steel legs off er excellent stability Multi-Fuel: Burns white gas, kerosene, and unleaded gasoline Proven: Based on a design that's been proven worldwide for decades Easy Maintenance: Extremely easy to swap jets and perform periodic maintenance SPECIFICATIONS of the MSR WhisperLite International Stove Minimum Weight: 10.9 oz / 309 g Packaged Weight: 15.6 oz / 441 g Water Boiled: Per 20 oz (600 ml) Fuel Bottle: 25 liter Water Boiled: Per Ounce Fuel: 1.3 liter Burn Time: Per 8 oz (227 g) Fuel Bottle: ~110 minutes Boil Time 1 Liter Water: 3.5 minutes Fuel: White Gas MSR stoves DO NOT include any fuel bottles pictured. Sorry about it and please don't hate us. This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

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  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 6.8 x 4.2 inches ; 10.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B005I6OWEG
  • Item model number: 06633
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

It is easy to light and to maintain.
William T. Glasford
Works as well as the older white gas only version, multi-fuel option is a great feature.
W. J. Parker
I did that years ago and it still works perfectly today.
Frank

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By cenc on February 18, 2013
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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.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By telemarken on October 21, 2012
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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 bottle, the stove will run on a really low flame from the get go, which is great if that is what you want from the start. I have the 22 oz fuel bottle so if I start with some rapid boiling of water, I have to either wait a long time before the pressure in the bottle reduces and the flame dies enough to simmer effectively or release the pressure from the fuel bottle and relight the stove. But I have found that if you turn the valve at the fuel bottle off and then open it slowly again, you can get quite a low flame at any time.

A highly recommended and versatile stove.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Frank on July 25, 2013
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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 ago I was planning a hike of the Superior Hiking Trail, 86 miles and I looked in my camping box and found the Whisperlite. I was amazed that it still had Coleman camping fuel in it from 1991 and I wondered if it would still be good. Took it out to the the garage, pumped it up a couple of times, got the grill lighter and Whammo...it lit up like the last time I used it. I've done a couple of test meals on it the past couple of weeks and it still cooks like it did. It's a hot burner and great for boiling water. It's kind of an inside secret to get it to simmer but it can be done. As mentioned by another reviewer, if you pump it up 2 or 3 strokes and light it you can get it to simmer. Kind of like when a keg of beer is too foamy, let out some of the pressure and you are good to go! Its kind of a pain because you want to bring your food up to temp right away then turn it down to a simmer. So to do that you have to turn it off, detach the bottle, let the pressure out of the bottle, pump it 2 or 3 times and relight the stove. I did that years ago and it still works perfectly today.Read more ›
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Culver TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 21, 2013
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(Note: This review was written before MSR came out with the Whisperlite Universal stove. This stove is great, but if I had to make the purchase again and had some extra money in my pocket, I might just go with the universal.)

The Whisperlite International is MSR's stove for backpackers in places where MSR-brand fuel may not be available, and thus it burns kerosene and unleaded petrol (gasoline) in addition to the "white gas" that MSR and Coleman sell. If you are backpacking outside the United States, then this is the stove to get, because in most third world destinations (and a great deal of developed countries) kerosene and unleaded petrol are the only readily available fuels. Note that the Whisperlite International does not burn alcohol, as alcohol stoves have a rather different design.

The stove is quite easy to use. This kit includes the stove itself and the fuel pump -- you'll need to purchase a fuel bottle separately, but the MSR fuel pump uses standard threads so it will screw into MSR, Primus or Laken fuel bottles. Producing a flame requires only a few pumps, the twist of a knob and the application of matches or a lighter to the stove's fuel jet. The instruction pamphlet that comes with the stove offers step by step instructions for the use and maintainance of the stove.

I use this stove quite often on long hitchhiking journeys, normally filling the fuel bottle with kerosene (sometimes sold as "lamp fuel"). Making tea and ramen or cous cous at the end of a long day is a comforting experience, and this stove allows quick preparation of meals with minimal cleanup afterward. It's lightweight and stows away nicely in a backpack.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By bullet08 on December 5, 2013
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i have been using WhisperLite International since they first came out with one back in late 80's. i still have mine. during last two yrs, i have been helping new scouts with latest WhisperLite international. they work fine, but they are not as good as the old ones. i'm sure it has something to do with some abuse dished out by the boy scouts. there are few things i don't care for with new ones. the fuel line seems to be much smaller than the old stove i have. during the camping, lot of other adults will ask to see if i can let them borrow my stove since their new WhisperLite just won't put out as much heat. also, the legs are not as strong it seems they get bent out of shape quick. last thing, the new WhisperLite stoves don't have priming wick in the cup. what this lead to in lot of cases are boys filling up the priming cup till they see the fuel and then torching it. still it's functional stove.
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