Handy size and very efficient. Best under a wide-bottomed pan, where the flame spreads well. With a small container, the power goes to the magpies. Takes a lot of gas compared to Jetboil. The flame stays well even in windier weather. To boil water, the Jetboil Minimo is faster and more economical.
Worked well on a week's hike and the piezo makes ignition handy.
Based on one trip, he does his job excellently. You have to find/build a wind shield when cooking, but this was already known in this type of gas cooker at the purchase stage. Personally, I mainly use it for boiling water when I cook food by stewing. I can recommend.
A light and functional small burner.
The product seems to be of high quality. I bought this based on the tests, because this should work well even in the wind and the Fuel consumption is moderate. Bring the water to a boil quickly. The piezo lighter makes it easy to use.
Light and functional.
Easy to light, works well even in the wind.
Absolutely great device! Very small, light and works even in stronger winds. I can warmly recommend!
piezo is a nice addition
Excellent for my own limited use, and a little wind hasn't hurt. Due to its very small size, it surprisingly fits inside the 420 ml Lixada titanium cup with the storage bag. No complaints.
Small, light, convenient and fast. It ignited easily and worked well, at least in light wind. The boiler supports fold down conveniently, but the gas regulator and one of the supports do not fit very well next to each other. Could the product be improved a little?
A very good and light little cooker.
It’s okay, but the flame goes out if the legs drop down. Let’s drop down depending on weight. Or you have to put on a weird angle:
Based on the first experiences, an efficient and compact cooker. Fits well inside Esbit's 0.75L titanium boiler together with 100g of gas.
It works great, it's easy to light and the kettle can withstand the wind nicely.
This is better than its competitors. It has a high-quality feel, does not wobble, has a good wind protection, and the lighter attached to the kettle cannot be lost.
Perfect, but the piezo doesn't work when wet. Although probably not other piezos either. Let's continue.
A really good and small camping stove.
It’s like a pocket size SpaceX Raptor rocket engine.
A light camping stove that fits into a small space thanks to the folding pot supports.
So far it has worked very well.
An amazingly compact, efficient burner and really quiet
Works well even in harsher weather.
Tested on a small bear tour, the coffee was brewed well. The kettle moves easily inside the pan. Light and easy to use. Good gas adjustment margin.
On the second use, it started to leak gas. When used open/closed, it leaks. I miss seeing it in the hole.
Really clever, small, light and efficient. Piezo makes the start-up uncomplicated and you don't get stuck with random results.
Good product. Small, quiet and efficient. Fits well with the titanium kettle to boil water instead of the Trangia when you need less weight.
Light and quiet. Exactly as I hoped.
A really small and light, high-quality burner. It might be quieter than normal, but it's still effective.
Quiet, light and the flame spreads comfortably.
Small, light and handy cooker. The lighter in the cooker increases usability.
An astonishingly small, light and yet powerful cooker. As a friend of the MSR Titan Kettle and Cup, both are functional and light quality stuff
Significant improvement to PR 2! Much quieter and more efficient thanks to the regulator and windbreak. And the Piezo lighter is really handy to use, you don't have to fumble with the lighter fingers, let alone the revenue. Expensive but worth the price.
Fantastically powerful burner that can be easily regulated during cooking.
Really light, small and convenient cooker. It was easy to get on and the water boiled really fast. I recommend!
Nifty little thing.
Small, light, fast to deploy.
In high winds, at least there is no harm in extra wind protection.
Quality product. Nice purchase. 👍
I bought the first camping cooker directly from the test winner. Seems excellent after a few uses. Lightweight, easy to use and a good protective bag.
Great cooker! Small and light, lighter included. However, it needs a solid platform and care as the whole becomes quite high. Also needs windbreak.
Good and light gas stove 83g and with a protective bag 100g. Good and even flame and good wind resistance even without a separate windshield. Others have criticized it as loud, but at least it hasn’t bothered me. Admittedly, the voice review seems to apply to PocketRocket 2. Pietzo ignition good and convenient. No need to smudge with sticks or lighters.
From the package directly to the hike. Really clever small but powerful. 4 years ago I decided that sinol would not go on trips. Now I'm still updating the boiler section .....
Awesome little lightweight stove!
Reliable and high quality, I can recommend!
Power at the promised level.
Very good (but expensive) screw bottle cooker. I already own this predecessor, the original Pocket Rocket (which still works well even though it is a dozen years old). Then why did I buy a new one? Deluxe withstands the wind better than the old one (smart boils away from the wind, although it doesn't always work completely), includes a piezo (laughs first for this, but it's only very convenient in the mood, for example) and a regulator (same as piezo, laughs first, but this is a really handy feature, especially when the gas bottle is pulling its last).
Then why not five stars? Two reasons:
1. Opening your legs, much more difficult than in Soto Amicus, for example (tried in practice), tired and hungry for a hike, can you twist and think about which direction to turn them?
2.) Fuel economy, here I go to the gram filing side: it’s a matter of a gram or two per 0.5 liters of water vs PR1, but you can decide how many canisters of gas you will take on a longer trip. Explained by the power of the cooker (otherwise it cooks really fast, and yet it is not quite impossible to burn gas).
If you are thinking between this and PR2, choose this. The "windshield" of the PR2 looks the same as the PR1, and isn't very fading. This burner withstands the wind much better.
The kettle broke down during the hike in the FAQ park, the interior of the burner section came off the frame. This had to be due to a manufacturing defect, as I had taken good care of the kettle and had not dropped it, for example. I sent the cooker back and got a new one under warranty. The new chain has remained in one piece, but the incident reduced my credit for the intricacies of MSR, which I have hitherto considered to be of the highest quality. For longer trips, I will bring another cooker.
Great Little pocket stove. Piezo lighter has worked thus far every time. Works in windy conditions.
Small, light, easy to use. Toemii!
Fantastic solo gas burner- super easy to use and great msr quality
Clever than what. Pretty good weather even in moderate winds.
Quality produt again from MSR. Only used at home to boil some water to test out the device and its a solid product. Looking forward to taking it camping. Quite a big larger than the Pocket Rocket 2 but offers better pot stability and faster boil times (along with ability to simmer!)
A few uses behind and no bad to say. Feeling good quality.
During the summer come some experiences with the use of this. A really small space, well-packaged, light and high-quality cooker. The arms of the rack go well together and will probably not break easily, for example in a rucksack. In windy weather, this type of kettle is probably not at its best. Compared to Trangia, this requires a reasonably flat surface. With a smaller gas cylinder, you get a little more stability because the height is lower.
Firstly very speedy service , both with COVID and living out here in Australia . This canister stove by MSR is well built ( unlike a Jetboil which I got locally which broke in my hands unwrapping it ) . It is compact , intuitive and easy to use . Flame 🔥 is easy to control . A very functional stove .
Used this stove for 4 weeks nearly every day and we are so happy for it. With piezo we didn't have to wear lighter all the time. I really like the whole design and material looks really good. Will buy it again if I'll ever need :-)
Better than pocketrocket 2.
The first experiences are positive: it packs small, the piezo works as it should and the power is enough for water treatment. There is not much experience with windy conditions yet, but cooking in a moderate wind under rock printing was quite exemplary without additional windshields.
Fast delivery, top product.
I really recommend
After all, this is 3-4 times more expensive than the cheapest Chinese cookers that work just as well / fast. However, I feel the quality of the structure, the piezo and the gas regulator justify the price, at least in part. The leather storage bag feels nice, but I wouldn’t have resented a hard plastic case that would work in all conditions and withstand bumps. This bag is probably best kept inside the boiler safe from shocks.
The windshield and wider flame nozzle were unnecessary in my opinion and did not speed up the cooking time compared to other cookers.
A very practical, small space cooker. A gadget worth its money in every way.
Intended for a very good game. light and easy to use. Of course, the mood works poorly, this of course is already known.
Only been used a few times, but the faucet and piezo work well.
Found to be a really good cook (gas trench as a reference) after one week of mountain hiking and several shorter forest trips. There has been no need for special windshields, the lighter works flawlessly and the kettle could be carried even in your pocket.