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MSR WhisperLite Liquid-Fuel Stove Item # MSR11782

Sale Price $76.49


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Sale Price $76.49


You Save $13.46 15%

Availability: In Stock!

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Availability: In Stock!

Ships Tuesday.
For over 15 years, the MSR WhisperLite has been a leading backpacking stove due to its reliability and simple design.


For over 15 years, the MSR WhisperLite has been a leading backpacking stove due to its reliability and simple design.

The WhisperLite stove utilizes white gas. The self-cleaning Shaker Jet cleans itself with a simple shake.

The WhisperLite includes the stove, fuel pump, windscreen, heat reflector, small parts kit, stuff sack and instructions. The Fuel bottle is sold separately.

  • Shaker Jet technology makes cleaning as simple as shaking the stove.
  • Made to last with durable stainless steel and brass.
  • Burns cleanly on white gas.


Burn Time 136 min. (20 oz of fuel)
Recommended Use General Backpacking
Average Boil Time 3.9 min
Warranty Lifetime
Type Liquid-Fuel
Material Stainless steel/brass
Item Weight 11 oz.
Fuel White gas
Cold Weather Performance Good

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Likes: I bought this stove because it's a classic and because I can't get behind the one-time-use canister mentality. It's easy to use, the fuel is readily available, the fuel costs are low, and the fuel economy is high. The stove is was it is - dated, not super small, or super light, but I like it just the way it is.

Dislikes: No complaints.

Reviewed by Matthew H. - September 30, 2014

Likes: Burns nice and hot. After reading the directions once to set it up, I never had another question how to operate it.

Dislikes: Typical white gas heating element that produces a small amount of soot during start up. Didn't bother me as I expected it.

Reviewed by Mark K. - December 12, 2013

Likes: Bomb proof, very dependable, can be fixed in the field if there is an issue. This is a great stove for canoe camping and winter camping. Contrary to some reviews, it can be throttled down for simmering.

Dislikes: Too heavy for backpacking.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - May 28, 2013

Likes: I do a lot of bicycle camping and this little stove is just perfect..

Dislikes: L love this item no complaints

Reviewed by Roger F. - March 14, 2013

Likes: Sper light for backpacking and worked extremely quickly

Dislikes: A little unstable until you put a pot on top to weigh it down

Reviewed by Ashley M. - May 17, 2012

Likes: Bought my second WisperLite in 20 years. This is only becasue a friend borrowed mine and lost, not because of any defect. I looked at fancier stoves and even though I can now afford to upgrade I don't see any reason to spend more money.

This is an awesome stove. I've made tea with it at top of Mt. Rainier and made heated up lunch hiking on the Oregon coast. I overhauled it twice in 20 years with kits from MSR. It has been a reliable stove on all my advnetures.

Dislikes: No build in espresso maker(ha). No dislikes!

Reviewed by Ryan L. - June 9, 2011

Likes: Assembles easily. Lights off quick and safely. Works fast.

Dislikes: I wish it collapsed to a smaller bundle

Reviewed by Jeffrey B. - February 4, 2011

Likes: This thing is tough, practically bulletproof. It burns really hot and is cheap to run since white gas is very inexpensive. It is also very reliable even when it is cold and my canister stove will not work.

Dislikes: Just a little too big to fit inside my camp pot and the ball of fire you get if you are not careful when starting it up can be alarming, especially if you are cooking under a tent vestibule.

Reviewed by Travis D. - October 28, 2010

Likes: Easy to use, lightweight stove. Comes with everything you need except the fuel bottle. Instructions/User's Manual in multiple languages.

Dislikes: Nothing negative to say.

Reviewed by Ray H. - June 17, 2010

Likes: Nice stove. Pretty light, sturdy, with a wide range of heat. What more can you ask for.

Dislikes: It bugs me how close the bottle of fuel is to the stove/flame, but all backpacking stoves are like that.

Reviewed by James B. - January 29, 2010