MSR PocketRocket Canister Stove

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Price: $39.95
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Key Features

  • Ultralight and pocket-sized the WindPro weighs just 3 oz. and packs down to 4x4x2 inches.
  • Simple to operate with no need for priming, pressurizing or maintenance.
  • Blazing heat output boils a liter of water in under 3.5 minutes.
  • Glove-friendly controls allow precise flame adjustment and stability.

Specifications

Recommended Use: General Backpacking
Item Weight: 3 oz.
Type: Canister-Fuel
Material: Stainless steel/brass
Fuel: Iso/Propane/Butane Canister
Average Boil Time: 3.5 min.
Burn Time: 60 min. (8 oz canister)
Cold Weather Performance: Fair
Warranty: 5-Year

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Product Highlights

With a weight of only 3 oz, a compact design that fits in your pocket and a high heat output for fast boil times, it's easy to see why the MSR PocketRocket is the world's best selling canister fuel stove.

The PocketRocket folds up into its own hard case that's just 4 x 2 x 2 inches. The burner comes equipped with a WindClip wind shield that helps protect the flame from light gusts. The serrated pot supports provide stability, while the glove-friendly flame control adjusts the flame from simmer to boil with ease.

The MSR PocketRocket includes: the stove, hard case and instructions. MSR fuel canisters are sold separately.

MSR part number: 11792

Product Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
MSR PocketRocket Canister Stove

Average customer rating:
Number of reviews: 37

Individual Customer Reviews:

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  • . Syracuse NY
    10/18/2014

    Likes: Price, size, performance. Very compact, packs into my cook kit perfectly. Great little stove

    Dislikes: Nothing at all

  • . Bemidji MN
    9/24/2014

    Likes: lightweight and tiny

    Dislikes: thought it would work with the bigger coleman propane canisters if necessary. not possible however

  • Rodney S. Piedmont SC
    8/22/2014

    Likes: Extremely lightweight and compact. This stove is extremely reliable, I have used it countless times and haven't had a single issue. It can quickly boil water and has good control for simmering.

    Dislikes: I love the stove but the only downside is having to carry fuel canisters (and sometimes a spare when you're not sure how much fuel is left).

  • . wilmington DE
    6/27/2014

    Likes: Good stove for backpacking

    Dislikes: but weak for wind

  • . Hawesville KY
    2/18/2014

    Likes: This is by far the VERY best stove you will ever use! Lightweight easy to use and best of all it's less tha 450

    Dislikes: Nothing

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    8/30/2013

    Likes: Light weight and easy to use.

    Dislikes: The tripod for the fuel canister should be included.

  • . Athens OH
    6/18/2013

    Likes: haven't really tested in the fields, but I've read tons of reviews that recommended this one.

    Dislikes: This stove is actually bigger than I thought.

  • . Chicago IL
    6/15/2013

    Likes: Easy to use, plenty of heating power.
    Packs very small and light.

    Dislikes: Tricky to use without stable level surface.
    Need to buy fuel locally.

  • Ronda G. Riverview FL
    4/6/2013

    Likes: I was very excited to get this! It works great! I bought it at the same time I bought the GSI Pinnacle Dualist kit and love how it fits inside there when kayak camping. I also like that you can store your small can of gas as well. Definitely worth the price. Very light in weight and compact. Just what you need for kayak camping!

    Dislikes: The soft sided bag gets the job done but flimsy.

  • Kaleb W. Mountain Grove MO
    2/18/2013

    Likes: You can never go wrong with MSR. Lightweight stove, excellent design, fun to use.

    Dislikes: Nothing comes to mind.

  • Justin M. Chalfont PA
    1/14/2013

    Likes: I bought this at the recommendation of friends, and was not disappointed. It's a simple, easy to use stove, and it packs up pretty small.

    Dislikes: No complaints so far.

  • Alan E. Bowling Green KY
    11/20/2012

    Likes: small
    light wieght
    easy to use

    Dislikes: pot tips easy

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    8/16/2012

    Likes: the versatility

    Dislikes: nothing

  • Noall F. murray UT
    8/1/2012

    Likes: Super light and very easy to use. It backs very easily too.

    Dislikes: none

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    7/19/2012

    Likes: Very lightweight, compact, and affordable. Easy to light and burns fast and efficiently. The case is also a nice touch to prevent any rips and tears when you throw it in your pack. Overall a very nice stove for the price.

    Dislikes: Nothing

  • Arthur C. Paso Robles CA
    6/21/2012

    Likes: I already have one and bought this one for my daughter because it is awesome. Light, compact and last forever.

    Dislikes: Nothing

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    5/31/2012

    Likes: very small, compact, fits easily in a mug

    Dislikes: the only complaint i have is that the prongs dont go completely flat, other than that good product

  • Daniel Z. San Marcos TX
    1/23/2012

    Likes: Easy to use. Fits inside my mess kit.

    Dislikes: Nothing.

  • Brian B. Weston WI
    12/18/2011

    Likes: Works as intended. Good design, lightweight, I like the plastic container.

    Dislikes: Not a thing.

  • Kyle M. Tahlequah OK
    12/16/2011

    Likes: I've had many friends own this stove, and none have ever had a bad experience with theirs. I can't wait to try mine out in the field. I'm a huge fan of consolidating gear to take up as little space as possible, and this is SUPER light and fits very well in my GSI Dualist cook set.

    Dislikes: As many have said, not a huge base, which can make it easy to tip your pot while cooking, but if you are only cooking in a pot for two people, this shouldn't a problem with a good, flat surface to set it on.

  • Jacob H. Muncie IN
    11/3/2011

    Likes: Small, lightweight, easy setup. Exactly what I was looking for. Fits in my GSI Bugaboo Hiker with a fuel canister.

    Dislikes: Nothing

  • david m. fountaintown IN
    10/26/2011

    Likes: Light weight. Sets up fast. Holds its flame well in light wind conditions. Boils water in a very short period of time.

    Dislikes: Nothing

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    4/13/2011

    Likes: Works like a charm. No problems

    Dislikes: None

  • Zachary P. Gloversville NY
    4/9/2011

    Likes: Tiny stove thats weighs almost nothing. Can trow a quite nice flame and is built very sturdy. Very good craftsmanship.

    Dislikes: nothing

  • Bill E. Knoxville TN
    3/25/2011

    Likes: Lightweight and easy to use. Lights easily and heats quickly. Nifty carrying case, too.

    Dislikes: Nothing

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    3/3/2011

    Likes: This is a tried and true stove and should be an easy pick for anyone looking for a reliable, lightweight, and affordable canister stove.

    Dislikes: nothing so far

  • Justin W. Catonsville MD
    1/28/2011

    Likes: Easy to light and quick cooking. Assembly and storage were also excellent.

    Dislikes: First use was during windy winter camping which meant 1L of water took about 3x longer to boil than the package had suggested.

  • John T. Fort Leonard Wood MO
    10/3/2010

    Likes: Compact and light weight, the case that comes with it is awesome. Easy to pack and boils water like a champ

    Dislikes: it is made in china

  • Earl G. Lockport NY
    9/29/2010

    Likes: This stove gets stuff hot FAST. You actually can carry it in your pocket.

    Dislikes: I have no complaints about this stove.

  • Raymond S. Santa Rosa CA
    8/11/2010

    Likes: Lightweight, well built.

    Dislikes: Not a flaw, but stability can be an issue with larger pots due to the stand size.

  • Carl W. West HARTLAND CT
    8/8/2010

    Likes: Bought it for my 12 year old son and he loves it. Worked great on our last canoe trip in NY. It's light weight, packs small and easy to use.

    Dislikes: Could use some sort of wind shield.

  • Ron C. Corvllis OR
    7/13/2010

    Likes: I is very small and very compact and lite.
    Boil water great

    Dislikes: There was nothing that I didn't like about it.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    6/11/2010

    Likes: I got this because the friend I hike with has had one for years.It works quickly and is incredibly light. The fuel is inexpensive, light and last very long.

    Dislikes: You need to be careful when placing large containers(to boil etc.) Though not as "convenient" as a jet boil system or other similar contraption, its size and price make it worth it.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    10/27/2009

    Likes: Great stove. Light, efficient, plenty fast boil times. Best value for the money.

    Dislikes: What's not to like?

  • Robert M G. Birmingham AL
    9/21/2009

    Likes: Sturdy and durable this little stove lives up to its reputation. I’ve used this car camping and back country camping and not had any problems. It works great in windy conditions and stays lit. Compacts easily into the protective holder and fits in my scaled down mess kit. I’m usually boiling one or two cups of water at a time and cooks it up quick.

    Dislikes: I wish I had bought it sooner.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    8/14/2009

    Likes: Light weight. Well manufactured. Popular.

    Dislikes: nothing

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    5/11/2009

    Likes: Lightweight and neatly packed in a nice plastic covering

    Dislikes: NO way to tell by looking if its off before you attach to canister.

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