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MSR WindPro II Canister Stove


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Item # MSRJ2204
Weighing just 6.6 ounces, the MSR WindPro II remote canister stove delivers lightweight, reliable performance for backpacking or mountaineering. An inverted canister stand guarantees optimal, consistent fuel burning.



Weighing just 6.6 ounces, the MSR WindPro II remote canister stove delivers lightweight, reliable performance for backpacking or mountaineering. An inverted canister stand guarantees optimal, consistent fuel burning.

Three sturdy fold-out legs provide a wide stable base for large cook pots (up to 10" in diameter), fry pans and even outdoor bake ovens (all sold separately) and the wide burner head spreads the flame over a larger surface area to allow for true backcountry cooking. A glove-friendly remote flame control allows easy adjustment from simmer to boil. Designed with the backcountry gourmet in mind, the WindPro's glove-friendly flame control provides full control from simmer to boil. The three fold-out legs form a wide base for good stability, and the WindPro's wide burner spreads the flame out over a larger surface area, making it ideal for larger cookware.

The MSR WindPro canister stove includes a small parts kit, stuff sack and instructions. NOTE: IsoPro Fuel Canisters are sold separately.

California residents: view proposition 65 WARNING

  • Includes inverted canister stand for better cold weather performance and consistent output
  • Supports cook pots up to 10" in diameter (not included)



Best Use Backpacking
Burn Time 70 minutes (8 oz canister)
Average Boil Time 3.6 minutes
Warranty Lifetime
Type Canister
Stability Excellent
Other Storage Case and Inverted Canister Stand Included
Material Stainless Steel/Brass
Item Weight 6.6 oz
Fuel IsoPro Fuel Canisters
Cold Weather Performance Good


Real Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
(based on 10 real customer reviews)

10 Items

Great for Kayak Camping
Reviewed by Cory R. - June 30, 2018

Likes: I bought this to supplement a canister type stove since they are not very good at anything except boiling water. I was pleasantly surprised with the ability of this stove to hold a heavy cast iron pan. It is definitely a quality piece. I really like how you can invert the canisters, no more wasted fuel.

Dislikes: I wish MSR would use a similar design to the Optimus Vega that has attached legs on the fuel line. I can easily see the plastic one with this stove getting lost.

Great stove for camping
Reviewed by Yuriy K. - May 28, 2018

Likes: Durable and lightweight stove, great quality, windscreen included.

Dislikes: Not found

Awesome Stove
Reviewed by Andy L. - July 28, 2017

Likes: This stove is so simple, clean and efficient it's unbelievable. I replaced an MSR Whisperlite with this stove and it was a great move. This stove is clean, super easy to light and boils water about 50% faster than my Whisperlite (using cheap Coleman fuel from Wally's). I haven't used it in cold weather yet, but I believe with the stand for inverted fuel canister use, it will work just fine. Comes with a $15 windscreen that also makes a big difference in efficiency.

Dislikes: If it had a piezo starter it would be perfect.

Reviewed by Molly M. - May 31, 2017

Likes: Lightweight, easy to use. Comes with a wind protector but only use on occasion. Solid base for small or large pots and seems very sturdy. Seems efficient on gas but not as great as a jetboil. Boils quickly. Turning canister over really pumps up the output, have not tried in really cold weather yet.

Dislikes: Worried about how to clean the hose for oversea/plane travel.

Best stove I've owned
Reviewed by Patrick S. - April 10, 2017

Likes: Quality product. Easy set up. Works well in all weather conditions and no priming which are both plusses.

Dislikes: None

Bomb proof MSR quality, uses every bit of gas
Reviewed by David G. - August 3, 2016

Likes: Well built reliable stove. The ability to invert and direct feed the canister allows every last bit of gas to be used without sacrificing burn times.
Some have noted that this is heavier and bulkier than other options, the difference is minimal and does not trouble me. It fits in my MSR pot along with lighter, tea's, soup etc and I would take stability over footprint any day. Plus the windshield and inverter can be left at home if minimal bulk and weight is needed and conditions allow.

Dislikes: None.
Worst part is retiring my MSR Wisperlite International after 25 years of faithful service, I think I will have to fire it up from time to time just to remind the Wisperlite that I still love it.

Reviewed by Inside Edge Member - October 11, 2014

Likes: weight, size, packing

Dislikes: N/A

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - March 6, 2014

Likes: Great stove, easy to set up and like that you can adjust heat.

Dislikes: Nothing

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - November 21, 2013

Likes: The only stove to have for outback oven or just gourmet cooking from simmer to high heat. Simple to use. I've tried a lot of stoves over the years but this is the only one.

Dislikes: ..

Reviewed by Bob A. - March 26, 2013

Likes: Ease of use, ease of set up and stability. I've used the stove on two multiday backpacking trips, and have had no problems with it.

Dislikes: Nothing

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