MSR Heat Exchanger

MSR Heat Exchanger
MSR Heat Exchanger
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Heat Exchanger by MSR
Increase the efficiency of your MSR stove up to 25% with the MSR Heat Exchanger. MSR's waffled design channels heat from the stove up the sides of the pot, increasing the heated surface area of the pot. This means your water and food heat up faster, and you save fuel. Use the Heat Exchanger with all MSR 1. 5- and 2-liter pots (with the exception of the Titan 1. 5-liter).

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SKU: CAS0383
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