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MSR PocketRocket 2

The MSR PocketRocket 2 is a camping canister stove that is fast boiling, ultralight and packs down to a tiny barely noticeable size.

Re-designed and presented in an even smaller, and lighter high-performance design, the MSR PocketRocket 2 is a super fast camping stove that can boil 1 litre of water in just three and half minutes. Precision flame control goes from torch to simmer, while the WindClip windshield boosts the stoves efficiency in breezy conditions.

The new folding pot supports fold down to an exceptionally tiny packed size, and they now accommodate a wider range of vessels. Pair this camping stove with the MSR Titan Kettle for the ultimate fast and light water boiling kit.

What The Rock+Run Team Say

"I still use my original Pocket Rocket from around 2004. It's compact, light and reliable. It boils water quickly and has nice wide arms to support your pot well. I carry a striker rather than matches or lighter and it has proved reliable in -30 winters, ice climb brew ups and soaking wet multi-day camps." - Matt


  • Ultralight: Weighs just 73 g (2.6 oz.)
  • Fast: Boils 1 litre of water in just 3.5 minutes.
  • Compact: Folding pot supports pack exceptionally small, fitting into an MSR Titan or Insulated Mug.
  • Strong: Robust pot supports offer excellent stability.
  • Wind-Resistant: WindClip wind protection and focused burner pushes a persistent, solid flame.
  • Includes: Ultralight, hard-shell carry case.
  • Please note gas is not included and we are unable to post gas.


  • Manufacturer: MSR
  • Weight: 73g

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Anthony S.
Doesn't cope well with wind

It's small, compact and highly functional, unless there's a strong wind, in which case the heat does not transfer effectively to a pan, the gap created by the arms between the pan and the gas is too large. I verified this by using a friends stove which had a smaller gap and was far more effective in the wind.