About MSR Stoves:
Almost 40 years have passed since MSR first revolutionized backcountry cooking with the Model 9 stove and we've held a commanding lead ever since. Legendary stoves like the WhisperLite Internationale and groundbreaking designs like the new, award-winning and revolutionary Reactor prove that our design philosophy of achieving excellence in performance though bombproof reliability and pure function is an equation that continues to work.
Mountain Safety Research (MSR) is famous for the reliability, practicality and durability of its outdoor adventure gear.
Some of MSR’s enduring designs include revolutionary stoves and cookware, lightweight and versatile tents, shelters for almost any environment, and backpacks with advanced ergonomic designs. All of MSR’s products are designed to cater to the modern adventurer, with functionality, reliability and simplicity built with care into each product.
By: Michael on 6 July 2018I want to start by saying this stove is really great. The ability to control the flame is amazing for controlling how hard you cook your food, but more importantly it gives you an easy way to control fuel use. Rarely (if ever) do you ever need to use the stove on full throttle, with other MSR stoves that just isn't an option without fiddling with number of pumps/fraction of a millimetre valve turns. The negatives are there too though, and still need to be carefully considered. For example; even though this is one of the lighter MSR stoves, it's still heavy in comparison to trangia style alcohol stoves and isobutane burners. What worse is that the stove is very awkwardly shaped for packing. The absolute worst aspect of this stove to me is the sound though. From what I understand this is a problem with all liquid stoves, but even still this stove is very loud (even when running on the minimum setting). Some people find comfort in the sound of a small jet engine for cooking, personally it just makes me want to get my boiling/cooking done faster so I can turn it off. Overall, I personally place versatility in the variety of fuels you can use, the ability to control the flame, and how robust the stove is overall above the negatives of noise, weight, and awkward shape for packing. The reason I chose this stove over the Optimus Nova was due to the availability of spare parts.
Msr dragonflyBy: Taz on 7 July 2017Love it, its a beast and sounds great. Burns red hot folds fairly small perfect for my 4x4 and fishing trips around aus. Couldn't decide between this and the whisperlight but i am glad i got this for the easier simmering/diesel fuel ect option if needed. Wild earth bonus credit and special made this even more of a bargain purchase. Cheers.
MSR Dragonfly stoveBy: Dean Richardson on 16 December 2015Again I can not fault Wild Earth in the ease of ordering, and speed of delivery, keep up the great work. Took advantage of a special to purchase this stove, was a choice of this model of the international. The Dragonfly won as it has the extra control to enable simmering/ low heat. I've never used these stoves before but first time getting it going was easy. Makes plenty of noise while running which was expected. Like any MSR product it looks very well made and durable. Purchased for future bike touring as gas canisters are often impossible to find outside the city. Looking forward to years of use.
A Versatile little travellerBy: John on 6 October 2015MSA has a number of great hiking/camping stoves. The dragonfly is a little beauty. Multi fuel makes it very versatile. Very easy to set up and get to full burn. Excellent variable output. I havent found a better allrounder . Highly recommended