MSR WindBurner Skillet

Manufacturer's Description

The WindBurner stove and its accessories were originally called WindBoiler.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

This skillet is the perfect solution for pan-frying, simmering and sautA ing with your WindBurner stove. Featuring sloped sides for easy stirring and flipping, and an elevated design that disperses heat more evenly, this hard-anodized aluminum skillet turns your WindBurner stove system into a versatile, gourmet cooking machine. Weight (Standard) 8.5oz Weight (Metric) 0.24 kg Height (Standard) 2.75 in Height (Metric) 7.0 cm DisplayWeight (Standard) 11.5oz

- Bentgate.com

MSR Camp & Hike Windburner Skillet 6579. Thus turning this skillet into a versatile gourmet cooking machine

- CampSaver.com

With sloped sides for easy stirring and flipping, and an elevated design that disperses heat evenly, the MSR WindBurner(TM) Skillet turns a WindBurner stove system into a gourmet cooking machine.

- REI

When you're camping with the whole family, you might as well impress them with your backcountry cooking skills; the MSR Windburner Skillet helps you saute veggies, simmer sauces, and whip up scrambled eggs with ease, no matter how far away you are from the kitchen. This aluminum skillet features sloped sides for easy pancake flipping, a heat-capturing ring that disperses heat evenly for easy simmering, and a foldable handle for easy packing when it's time to get back to civilization.

- Backcountry.com

Compatible with: MSR WindBurner Personal Stove System,

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previously retailed for:
$41.97 - $69.95

The MSR WindBurner Skillet is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 27, 2019 at Bentgate.com.

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