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- 11-ounce liquid fuel bottle for use with MSR liquid fuel stoves, or for carrying spare gas for motorcycles, scooters, chainsaws, and emergencies
- Child-resistant, push-and-twist bottle caps are leak-proof and accept threads on all MSR liquid fuel stove pumps
- Made from a single piece of aluminum to prevent leaks, minimize fuel degradation, and handle pressurization required to operate liquid fuel stoves
- Can carry any fuel that works with an MSR stove including white gas, kerosene, diesel, automobile gas, mineral spirits, and aviation gas (jet fuel)
- 11-ounce gas bottle weighs 0.1 pounds, measures 2.5 x 2.5 x 7 inches; manufacturer’s limited 3-year warranty
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MSR Liquid Fuel Bottles are specifically designed for use with MSR liquid fuel stoves, but can also be used as extra fuel canisters for motorcycles, scooters, and chainsaws, as well as storing spare gas for disaster preparedness. The child-resistant, push-and-twist bottle caps are leakproof and accept threads on all MSR liquid fuel stove pumps. Each bottle is made from a single piece of impact extruded aluminum to prevent leaks, minimize the degradation of fuel, and handle the pressurization required to efficiently operate MSR liquid fuel stoves. MSR Liquid Fuel Bottles make suitable gas canisters for any fuel that works with an MSR stove, including white gas, kerosene, diesel, automobile gas, mineral spirits, and aviation gas (jet fuel). Available in three sizes: 11-ounce bottle weighs 0.1 pounds and measures 2.5 x 2.5 x 7 inches, 20-ounce bottle weighs 0.25 pounds and measures 2.75 x 2.75 x 9.5 inches, 30-ounce bottle weighs 0.35 pounds and measures 3.5 x 3.5 x 11 inches. Manufacturer’s limited 3-year warranty.
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What I discovered is it does carry unleaded gasoline just fine, with no leaking, no fumes...however, due to a slight (and nearly inevitable) amount of overflow while filling it, I discovered the red and black paint is NOT gasoline safe. the paint turned sticky, the black paint came off on my hands and the paper towel I wiped it down with is now fused to the bottle, not unlike Jeff Goldblum and the fly in that movie I can't remember the name of.
So I'm giving a 4 star review because it works for what I wanted (gasoline), but considering the generic use of the term "fuel", a disclaimer about the paint not being gasoline safe would have been appreciated.
Now on longer rides, I take this fuel bottle with me. Fits in bag, backpacks, ect. I have seen people mount them to the bike frames.
Its not much gas, however, with motorcycles getting 40 MPG, it will take you 10 miles in which you should be able to find gas. Also, if you still can not find gas, you can use this to drain gas from another rider and pour into your tank. In anycase, it will save you sitting on the road because of running out of gas. Have been using a few years now, never had to actually use it yet, but still glad i have it.
I was surprised when 32oz fit without any problem at all given this bottle is listed as 30oz. There was still a decent amount of room left in the can for (expansion? not sure).
I saw someone asking if they could drink out of this because it looks cool, and the answer was that it wasn't certified for such. I'd highly recommend not doing that regardless of certification. I took a big whiff of the empty can right out of the shipping box and it smelled like burning tires. Product was in perfect condition though, sealed tight, and will hopefully serve me for a long time to come.
I'm an old Eagle Scout - backpacked a lot, (Philmont twice, and weeks on the Appie) and have used the MSR stuff for years. Quality hasn't gone down, and those Whisper-Lite stoves are the best, and I've had experience with a lot of small stoves. The only other stove I ever use is the old brass SVEA, but the Whisperlite stuff is smaller, easier, and cleaner to pack. The MSR or SVEA stuff is the only name I am aware of that I would ever trust on a long term trek or expedition. The stuff has been tested over decades, and is really good. No it's not cheap. But really, what is your life worth ?
I have been in a few life-threatening circumstances on the trail, and MSR stuff has never failed me. The SVEA is less "cranky", but the MSR gear is field-friendly and a pressurized stove is always quicker to get going.
Chime in, anybody, if you know otherwise.......
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It should keep children out of it and help prevent accidental opening in your bag.