M MSR SuperFly Canister Stove REVIEW
by Jay Ham
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Article Summary:The MSR SuperFly canister stove is simple to use and really cranks out the BTUs. Out of the stuff sack, the SuperFly sets up quickly. It features a "Multi-Mount" which allows it to attach to threaded Lindal valves as well as the threadless CampingGaz valves - an important consideration for European travelers. The piezoelectric igniter on our test stove performed poorly; I preferred to ignore it and use matches or a lighter instead. The pot support is very stable, but does not compact as much as other canister stoves we tested, making the SuperFly a tight fit at best in small, lightweight cook pots. The burner control valve, which gives precise flame adjustment, is nice; however, those who travel light will likely scoff at the 5.1-ounce (145 g) weight (4.6 ounce (130 g) without igniter).
- Stove ID
- Accessories Included
- USABLE FEATURES
- EASE OF USE
- COOKING PERFORMANCE
- HEATING EFFICIENCY
- TABLE: Summary of Boil Time and Fuel Consumption Data
- TIPS AND TRICKS
- RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT
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# PHOTOS: 4.
# TABLES: 1.
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