An award winning hot burning stove that's tough, stable and versatile.
The MSR Dragonfly Gourmet Camping Stove is a fast paced, hot burning stove that has won numerous awards during it's 10+ years on the stove market.
Built tough to give precision performance using a variety of fuels, it has an innovative dual-valve design that gives you the precision flame control you need for evenly heating large pots (up to 9" maximum diameter), or melting snow or brewing up fast.
CoolFuel™ Valve: First ever dual-valve design offers an unrivalled range of flame control
Extra Wide Pot Supports: Three wide pot supports hold larger MSR pots or fry pans for gourmet cooking
Multi-Fuel: Burns white gas, kerosene, unleaded auto fuel, diesel, and jet fuel
Compact: Folds to 1/3 of its working size for easy storage
Remote Burner: Pioneered by MSR, the separate fuel bottle and pump keep the flame away from the fuel, which allows the use of a windscreen to make the stove burn hotter and more efficiently.
Self-Cleaning Shaker Jet: Clean out jet debris for high performance with a flick of the wrist
Suspended Burner Cup: The suspended burner cup enables the stove to burn hot and strong while reducing heat lost to the ground
Minimum Weight: 14oz/395g
Packed Weight: 1lb 2oz/510g
Burn time per 600ml/20oz. of fuel: 126-153 mins (depending on fuel type)
Boil time, 1 litre: 3.5 - 3.9 mins (depending on fuel type)
Water boiled per 100 ml of fuel: 5.3 - 5.7 litres (depending on fuel type)
Water boiled per 1oz. of fuel: 1.6 - 1.7 litres (depending on fuel type)
Intensive user. Far from perfect. Heat too concentrated
Used this stove daily for several months on an overland round the world trip with gas/petrol. Main problem is heat is concentrated to area size of golf ball. You must use a pan that disperses heat.
Reviewed by Andy P - 1st Jan, 2019
I’ve had MSR kit for years, it’s the bees knees. Might feel a little pricey but if you want kit that won’t let you down and just keeps on doing it’s job then it’s well worth the money.
I use it regularly throughout it the year and it just keeps on going. Added the dragonfly for its simmering abilities and the extra heat control. It doesn’t disappoint, no more burnt garlic bread. Fantastic piece of kit.
Reviewed by Dave - 14th Dec, 2017
Best stove iv ever had.
This is the first liquid fuelled stove i have ever had and is better than i expected you can run it of petrol or diesel giving you lots of chose for fuel were ever you are.
Reviewed by Andy B - 28th Sep, 2017
Best design and operating stove you can buy
I've owned two of these since 1998, I've had my money's worth time and time again. Been around the world twice and cooked with anything that burns. Got the funniest of looks pulling into a petrol station in Malaysia and filling up two bottles.... Riding a mountain bike admittedly. It's so versatile, always there for a quick brew and then stashed back in the pan which it fits into like a glove.
Put it on the shelf for 10 years and just moved it from house to house. Dug it out for our first family camping trip and fired up and resumed duty where it left off.
19 years later I can walk into a shop and still buy all the spares (not that it really needed them) try that with your Coleman. If your questioning the price then I'll say only this. 'you only need to buy quality once'
Reviewed by Gazzab - 29th Jun, 2017
The best and most reliable stove I've ever had.
I'm an ex royal marine and of 12 years of service and have currently been out 10 years. I've only ever had 2 stoves "msr whisperlite" and "the msr dragonfly". The whisperlite is an indestructible bit of kit, i bought it when I joined the marines and used it all through my years as a marine. Thats 12 years of 10 operational tours including 2 of Iraq and 2 afghan. This stove burns any thing flammable. True life saver litrally. When I left the forces msr brought out the new dragonfly. Which I bought and for the last 10years it's seen more mountains on every quarter of the earth than my whisperlite. And boy what a hoofingbit of kit..
Reviewed by Lee - 9th Jun, 2015
Fuel on hands solution
To avoid getting fuel on your hands, before turning fuel tap off, flip the bottle over so it faces the other way.
What happens is that the fuel pick up on the pump comes out of the fuel and once the stove has used the fuel in the fuel line, the air gets pushed out through the stove and de-pressurises the fuel bottle and thus preventing the "fuel on hands" problem.