MSR Trillium Stove Base

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Manufacturer's Description

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The Trillium Stove Base stabilizes MSR stoves on all types of terrain, including snow, talus and gravel.

- CampSaver.com

The lightweight MSR Trillium Stove Base stabilizes your pots so you don't risk accidentally knocking over your dinner or that hard earned pot of melted snow. This compatible accessory fits on all MSR(R) liquid fuel stoves improves off camber terrain, including snow, talus, and gravel. Folds to 1/3 of its working size to fit in a 2-liter MSR pot Made of corrosion-resistant aluminum and brass Works with all MSR liquid-fuel stoves and the MSR WindPro(TM) stove

- OMCgear

MSR Trillium Stove BaseThe MSR Trillium Stove Base is a great accessory for all MSR stoves. If you enjoy backpacking and camping and cooking in the great outdoors, you will need a stove to cook properly. Stoves work best when they are stationed on a proper and level base. This unit is compact and works with all MSR stoves in the market. This means it does not take up much space on the ground and it folds to be compact in your backpack, as well. For durability, it is made of all corrosion resistant materials, so you do not have to worry about damaging it in snowy or wet conditions, on the trail. The unit is designed to work with all MSR stoves, so you can pick the stove that works best for you and, rest assured, this base will work with it. If you have a MSR stove or are planning on buying one you should also purchase the MSR Trillium Stove Base as an essential accessory.

- SunnySports

Use the MSR Trillium Stove Base and stabilize your MSR liquid-fuel stove on snow, gravel, and talus. Light and compact, the Trillium Stove Base fits into a two liter pot for easy and safe packing. MSR's Trillium Base won't corrode and is strong enough to hold a full, four liter pot.

- Backcountry.com