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DragonFly™ In a world that expects liquid-fuel stoves to have one setting (hot), the DragonFly stands out. Since its debut in 1998, it has won numerous awards for its innovative dual-valve design, which offers an unrivaled range of continuous and immediate flame control. Simmer a delicate sauce over a candle flame or melt snow quickly over a blowtorch with a twist of the flame adjuster. The continued popularity and performance of the DragonFly can be attributed to the many features invented by MSR. CoolFuel™ Valve First ever dual-valve design offers an unrivaled range of flame control – simmer to boil with a twist of the flame adjuster. Extra Wide Pot Supports Three wide pot supports hold larger MSR pots or fry pans for gourmet cooking. Multi-Fuel Burns white gas, kerosene and unleaded auto fuel. Compact Folds to 1/3 of its working size for easy storage. Remote Burner Pioneered by MSR, the separate fuel bottle and pump keep the flame away from the fuel, which allows the use of a windscreen to make the stove burn hotter and more efficiently. Self-Cleaning Shaker Jet Clean out jet debris for high performance with a flick of the wrist. Suspended Burner Cup The suspended burner cup enables the stove to burn hot and strong while reducing heat lost to the ground. Minimum Weight: 14 oz. (395 g) Packaged Weight: 18 oz. (510 g) 311018 - DragonFly Stove - $99.95 324000 - DragonFly Maintenance Kit - $24.95

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Review 2 out of 5 stars

Review by: kimgraves, 2006-01-18

Works fine but seems to me to be overly complicated. Too many parts. Too many parts that are plastic. They make a maintenance kit because you're going to need one.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: mattgosselin, 2005-03-26

i love my stove, i guide some winter camping trips, great with big pots for large groups , the flame control is awsome a candle flame to a rocket flame,
had it down to -35 still worked good just wach the o rings. down side very loud i could not talk to anyone well cooking. eats up fuel fast bring extra in winter. if i was guiding i use my dragonfly
on a reagular trip i use my wisperlight(its hard to put small cooking pots on the dragonfly).

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: snorro, 2004-09-17

Great stove, love it for ski touring and car camping. It is on the heavy side, but it works very well. I appreciate de simmer valve, that is, if you like to eat a little bit more gregarously. It's also freakin' stables lads!

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: harrisha, 2004-09-14

I love this stove. Flame control is great. Its puts out an insane amount of heat but at the same time can be turned down to nothing. It does sound like a jet warming up. Other than being heavier than most stoves on the market this is its only drawback.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: dredsovrn, 2004-05-26

Full service cooking in the outback. This stove will do it all and is fairly compact and light for its features. You can put damn near anything that burns in it and make it work. One downside is that it sounds like you are lifting off from Kennedy when cooking at high output. You might wake up the camp.

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