The MSR Pocket Rocket would have to be the most used and recognised lightweight canister hiking stove on bushwalking trails around the world.
Glove friendly flame adjustment from simmer to boil combined with a windshield for efficiency, you'll have one litre of boiling water in just 3.5 minutes, with a total burn time of 60 minutes for a 227g canister.
Weighing in at just 87g, and complete in a hard shell plastic case, the MSR Pocket Rocket Hiking Stove will deliver warm drinks and food for thousands of walking miles.
Is this compatible with the 360 Degrees Furno Pot Set? If not any other set you recommend? Thanks Luke
The 360 Degrees Pot Set is a great option to use with the Pocket Rocket.
You can use any lightweight hiking cookware as long as it's not too big - anything too large won't distribute heat well and could be a bit wobbly on such a small stove.
I've just double checked the stock, and this stove is definitely the Pocket Rocket model, not the Pocket Rocket 2.
I've given the supplier a call, and it looks like the Pocket Rocket is going to be available in Australia very soon. We don't have a solid date as of yet, but it looks like late April is the approximate ETA at this time.
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We do Rod, but being classed as a dangerous good they are not something we can ship. The fitting is the same as any similar self-sealing isobutane/propane cannister, and we carry the high-performance MSR branded canisters which are an 80/20 mix of isobutane and propane and almost twice the price of the more common 70/30 mix canisters such as Companion and Elemental brands. Unless you are using the stove in extreme cold or at altitude, the 70/30 mix will be fine.
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