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MSR 590ml Fuel Bottle

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590ml fuel bottle designed to work with the threaded pumps on your existing MSR stoves

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130 of 133 people found the following review helpful
11 oz burn time 13 Feb 2011
By dmb3428 - Published on
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For those of you who wonder what kind of burn time to expect from this size bottle i will post my results: I used an MSR dragonfly stove running at full blast non-stop---outside temp was around 55f with a 5mph wind---bottle was filled to the stop line with coleman camp fuel and tank pressure was maintained throughout the test. TOTAL TIME= 86 minutes
141 of 147 people found the following review helpful
MSR Fuel Bottles 20 May 2011
By Steve - Published on
Hope this helps !
11oz, 20oz, & 30oz Measurements

11oz. Bottle
Capacity at fill-line 11oz.
Height (with cap) 7.3"
Diameter 2.5"
Weight (empty with cap) 2.8oz

20oz. Bottle
Capacity at fill-line 20oz.
Height (with cap) 9.3"
Diameter 2.85"
Weight (empty with cap) 4.9oz.

30oz. Bottle
Capacity at fill-line 30oz.
Height (with cap) 11"
Diameter 3.25"
Weight (empty with cap) 7.3oz.
36 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Using for gasoline 13 Aug 2010
By sgeise - Published on
The manufacturer doesn't say anything about using these for gasoline (or not.) I know a lot of motorcyclists that carry one or two of these in case they run out. So I got two of the 33 oz ones for my motorcycle. I filled them with gasoline, and toted them around for three weeks. They didn't spill a drop, and there was no odor what so ever. You have to decide for yourself if you want to carry gasoline in these bottles. They don't hold much, but they are better than using a plastic gas can in my opinion.
35 of 39 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Fuel Bottle 1 April 2010
By M. Ross - Published on
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Things have changed with the MSR fuel bottle since the last one I bought 25 years ago:

* They've got this cool new bottle top that won't back off unless you treat it like a safety pill bottle top. (1. Push down 2. Turn...) That's actually nice, as it tends to keep the kids out of it, but it also makes it slightly less prone to accidentally working loose in the pack
* They've modified - slightly - the pour openings in the bottle cap. They used to both be round, but now one of them is oblong, making for a wider stream when pouring. Nice.
* They've got something like four paragraphs of warnings in three different languages printed on the bottle. That's OK, as 1) my eyes are too old to read print that small anyway and 2) I'm already fairly aware that white gas is flammable, not to be ingested, etc.

I like this 11 oz. size. It's small and light and really tough for its size. It's perfect for backpacking and I use it with my Dragonfly stove that tends to sip fuel. MSR bottles are great. They're expensive for what they are, really, but the quality is there and it's nice knowing that you can depend on your gear when you need to. I don't mind spending the dough if I know I can count on my gear when I may be miles from nowhere. All the MSR bottles are great- I especially like this size, but I also carry larger sizes for car camping, bigger groups, or as a bulk supply.
18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Great for Emergency Motorcycle Fuel 20 Aug 2012
By sjt - Published on
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I bought two of these prior to leaving for a 1300 mile motorcycle trip. At one point, while traveling through Virginia the official temperature was in the mid 90's (and actually much higher when sitting on the asphalt in traffic with about 700 other motorcycles) There was absolutely no problem with leakage, fumes, etc. I never actually had to use the gas, but knowing that I had that extra "reserve" on board while riding home alone was real piece of mind whenever I had to "stretch" to reach that next station out in the middle of nowhere.
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