MSR DragonFly Stove

MSR DragonFly Stove

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Product Highlights:

  • Dual-valve design
  • Three wide pot supports
  • Foldable 
  • Self-Cleaning shaker jet
  • Suspended burner cup

MSR DragonFly Stove Features

MSR DragonFly Stove
Enjoy good meals out in the great outdoors with this MSR DragonFly Stove. This stove from MSR comes with a dual-valve design that lets you adjust the flame to fit your needs. It is very lightweight, allowing you to take it on all your adventures with ease. Its three wide pot supports are capable of holding larger MSR pots despite its small size. It provides you with enough power to cook and heat up your food very fast. This very impressive little stove can burn white gas, kerosene, and unleaded auto fuel. It can boil water for coffee, soup, or other uses in about 3.5 minutes. Plus, you can easily fold it to about a third of its size so that it takes up very little room anywhere that you pack it. Enjoy your time out in the great outdoors a lot more with this MSR DragonFly Stove.

This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.

Key Features

  • Burns white gas, kerosene and unleaded auto fuel
  • Dimensions: 4 in. x 4 in. (folded - excluding fuel line)
  • First ever dual-valve design offers an unrivaled range of flame control - simmer to boil with a twist of the flame adjuster
  • Folds to 1/3 of its working size for easy storage
  • Fuel bottle not included
  • Fuel Types: Kerosene, white gas, aviation gas, naptha, auto gas, diesel #1 and Stoddard solvent
  • Heat reflector and windscreen included
  • Pioneered by MSR, the separate fuel bottle and pump keep the flame away from the fuel, which allows the use of a windscreen to make the stove burn hotter and more efficiently
  • Self-Cleaning Shaker Jet helps clean out jet debris with a flick of the wrist
  • Suspended Burner Cup enables the stove to burn hot and strong while reducing heat lost to the ground
  • Three wide pot supports hold larger MSR pots or fry pans for gourmet cooking
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