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MSR SuperFly Canister Stove Item # MSR11789

Sale Price $49.95

$64.95

You Save $15.00 23%

Sale Price $49.95

$64.95

You Save $15.00 23%

Availability: In Stock!

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Availability: In Stock!

Ships tomorrow.
The MSR SuperFly stove with a multi-mount interface works with most domestic and international styles of self-sealing canisters.
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The MSR SuperFly stove with a multi-mount interface works with most domestic and international styles of self-sealing canisters. Whether you're walking into the woods behind your house or going on an international trip, you won't get stuck without the right fuel.

The SuperFly is well-suited for the backcountry gourmet. The wide burner spreads the flame out over a larger surface area, making it ideal for larger cookware, while the glove-friendly flame control provides full control from simmer to full boil.

The MSR SuperFly includes: the stove, stuff sack and instructions. MSR fuel canisters are sold separately.

  • Multi-mount system attaches to most fuel canisters
  • Large burner distributes flame more evenly on large pots
  • Fast 3 minute boil time
Specs

Specs

Burn Time 60 min. (8 oz canister)
Recommended Use General Backpacking
Average Boil Time 3 min.
Warranty 5-Year
Type Canister-Fuel
Material Stainless steel/brass
Item Weight 4.6 oz.
Fuel Iso/Propane/Butane Canister
Cold Weather Performance Fair
Reviews

3 Item(s)

Likes: excellent stove...used on many multi-day trips. Easy to light and very stable.

Dislikes: Wish the burner arms set a little lower so I could fit it into my cook set along with the fuel canister.

Reviewed by David S. - December 29, 2012

Likes: None

Dislikes: None

Reviewed by Derrick G. - December 1, 2012

Likes: Haven't used it yet but appears to have good build quality. Kitchen tests show it is able to hold fairly large cookware.

Dislikes: None yet.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - December 15, 2011