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MSR Dragon Fly

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Weight14 oz
Boil Time (min)3.5

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MSR Dragon Fly
4.3 out of 5 based on 14 user reviews.


Cred: 3262
Review by melissa on Jul. 26, 2010
I know, I know. A lot of people love this stove. It would be great for alpine climbing: Melts snow fast, works great in the cold/altitude, fuel efficient (white gas). It has a fairly adjustable flame for liquid fuel and a very stable pot stand (good when you are melting snow because you will have a big pot. It is reliable with minimal maintenance. And it uses multiple fuels if you are traveling/out of the US and can't get white gas.
It just depends what you want this thing for to determine whether it is good or bad. For backpacking, it is cumbersome, heavy, expensive, large, messy, and LOUD.
The Whisper Lite is just fine for alpine climbing. Way lighter and quieter. For backpacking, trips under 5 days, most people are happier with pressurized fuel stoves.


Cred: 9
Review by kevdbarry on Dec. 14, 2007
excellent stability, easy to use, excellent control of flame height, burns any fuel.
this is a very heavy duty stove, although light and well engineered for its size, its not necessary for shorter trips


Cred: 353
Review by dave fluke on Nov. 04, 2007
favorite of my 4 msr stoves and my jet boil;has a huge cooking surface and two valves for flame control; this stove i the best ive ever use
price;but man its still worth it
none


Cred: 17
Review by fb_684352117 on Jan. 26, 2008
Easy to set up and light, highly controllable flame, stable, easy to service, indestructable, burns all types of gas - an excellent expedition stove, but a little much for shorter trips
A little heavy, expensive, sounds like a fucking jet roaring through camp


Cred: 20
Review by fb_47700468 on Mar. 25, 2008
Fantastic stove. Small, uses a ton of different fuel options
Pump cn get over pressurized making it hard to remove from fuel bottle


Cred: 9
Review by basecamp on Sep. 06, 2011
love love love this stove!!! i have used it on long backpacking trips to climbing trips. easy to use. can use any kind of fuel you can find
a little heavy. and loud


Cred: 350
Review by InfiniteStealth on Mar. 05, 2009
Fast boil, super easy to use. Love the dual fuel adjustment


Cred: 831
Review by stevencook on Jan. 20, 2008
highly adjustable temp control
efficient on fuel


Cred: 405
Review by mgkerr on Apr. 22, 2008
can you hear that purr??


Cred: 67
Review by shoesbasecamp on Feb. 14, 2008
great
a little heavy


Cred: 5
Review by fb_708165166 on Feb. 20, 2008
multi fuel reliability


Cred: 46
Review by fb_692205130 on May. 22, 2008
good temp control


Cred: 60
Review by fb_627344676 on Apr. 16, 2008
Hot
Loud


Cred: 17
Review by live_4_2day on Oct. 07, 2008
A classic.
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