MSR WhisperLite International Multifuel Backpacking Stove
- Multi-Fuel-Burns white gas, kerosene and unleaded gasoline
- Light and Sturdy: Lightweight stainless steel legs offer excellent durability
- Compact: Folds small and fits inside most MSR pots.
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One of our most versatile stoves, the Whisperlite International multi-fuel stove was designed from nearly 20 years of proven field use and feedback. The one-piece, stamped stainless steel leg assembly increases 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 a reliable multi-fuel stove.
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I know the liquid gas stoves can be a little more complicated and larger than the canister fuel stoves, but I really like that the fuel for these (white gas, pump gasoline) is so readily available. I've only used it with white gas, but it is very fuel efficient and I like that the bottle is refillable. It is also nice to have the liquid fuel as a fire starting aid if everything is wet :)
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.
Hack- I took two Fiji water bottles and cut one on top and the other at the bottom. I fitted them to slide over each other. I was able to then insert the tank with the bottom aluminum barrier and wind screen wrapped around the bottle. This kept the creases from weakening the aluminum helping them to last longer.
flame. Overall I’m not happy. I have a ton of camping experience and I’m ex military so I know gear.
There is no burner adjustment, but I have cooked eggs and pancakes using this, and with enough butter and some patience, it is not hard to get good food cooked quickly on this stove.
Given trade offs, not sure why this is better option than simple ultralite canister stove even if you have to carry a canister thats 1/2 empty. After I bought it old scoutmaster told me the stove and bottle would catch fire on scouts which is believable if kids are using it without care and spill some gas.
Good option if your in a group and cooking for 3-4 and boiling lots of water. Will likely continue to use jetboil on a solo overnight.