MSR Reactor Pot 2.5L

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- CampSaver.com

The MSR Reactor 2.5 Pot is the largest pot available for the MSR Reactor stove. The bigger pot is an excellent addition to your arsenal, especially if you already have the 1.0 liter pot and recently gained a bunch of hiking buds. The large size allows you to use the stove you already have to cook for way more people. The clear lid is BPA-free and allows you to strain liquid without having to pack an additional Item. The pot allows you to pack the stove and a IsoPro fuel inside, while the locking handle secures the lid on top. Features of the MSR Reactor 2.5 Pot Hard-anodized aluminum Reactor cookwAre All-around performer with the capacity to boil water for two (at once) and melt Snow fast Includes clear, BPA-free Strainer Lid and folding/locking handle Windproof design is key to the stove system's unrivaled all-condition Performance

- Moosejaw

Meeting the needs for larger meals or group cooking, the 2.5-liter Reactor Pot from MSR uses the same convective and radiant heat you've come to love with your Reactor setup and increases the size for larger duties. Add capacity without adding extra weight via the hard-anodized aluminum construction - pot includes a BPA-free strainer lid, Talon pot handle and PackTowl stove protector.

- Mountain Gear

It's cold, windy, and time to refuel your body. MSR made the 2. 5-liter Reactor Pot with hard anodized aluminum to resist damage and cook efficiently in the harshest weather. Unclip the collapsible Talon handle, pull out the Reactor stove and eight-ounce fuel canister (both sold separately), and feed up to four people at once. It's large enough to melt a whole mess of snow for up to five freeze-dried meals or your specialty specialty backcountry meal.

- Backcountry.com