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MSR PocketRocket Deluxe Camp Stove - $59.89

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Amazon has the MSR Rocket Deluxe ultra-lite camp stove on sale. Retail price is 79.00 EVERYWHERE. While waiting for the REI sale for 20% off — Amazon went one better with 25% off.


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This is a great stove. Love mine.
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If you don't backpack a lot and weight isn't the total utmost concern, there are a lot of similar, knock-off stoves for much less on Amazon. Granted, the quality won't be on par with this, but I have one of the cheapie ones and it worked for short, few-day trips as well as when I needed another stove to boil some water on when my stove was out.
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I still do not understand how these are more than $20 at most
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I have a well-reviewed cheap knockoff and it works really well, probably going on my 3rd year now.
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I agree with everything that has been said.

The "deluxe" has a better burner and push start ignition in case you were wondering.

This design is copied off of Snow Peak. Cheap but reliable knockoffs then copied off of the pocket rocket design since it's like the most popular backpacking stove. If you need a backpacking stove, you can save a lot of money by looking for a similar design and helps if it has the igniter integrated.

What I mean by "similar design" , is that the burner is recessed so not bothered too much by the wind. You still will need to make a makeshift wind barrier in windy conditions though.
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I used a $17 BRS stove for my entire thru-hike of the PCT last year. No issues. I see the draw of this not having to carry a lighter, but not worth the price difference in my opinion.
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Quote from Mikey_P :
I used a $17 BRS stove for my entire thru-hike of the PCT last year. No issues. I see the draw of this not having to carry a lighter, but not worth the price difference in my opinion.
The BRS isn't as efficient, doesn't simmer well, and takes quite a while to boil water.

Really depends on your use case. It's pretty easy to make a case for this depending on your cooking style.
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Quote from *whee* :
If you don't backpack a lot and weight isn't the total utmost concern, there are a lot of similar, knock-off stoves for much less on Amazon. Granted, the quality won't be on par with this, but I have one of the cheapie ones and it worked for short, few-day trips as well as when I needed another stove to boil some water on when my stove was out.
Links and/or recommendations?
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Great stove, personally I run a Jetboil cause the extra couple ounces don't bug me and it rips for boiling water.
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Links and/or recommendations?
The one I purchased was sold by EtekCity and is no longer available, but I think there are several brands who are selling the exact same item. Mine has the ignition button which is helpful, but a lot of ultralight backpackers will buy the one without the ignition and carry a Bic lighter to save half an ounce, or whatever, lol.

https://www.amazon.com/REEHUT-Ult...B07T8G82YQ
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