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Product DescriptionAt only 4" x 4" x 2" and weighing just 3 oz., the PocketRocket is small yet powerful enough to boil a liter of water in under four minutes. Adjust flame to simmer or boil without priming, pressurizing, or maintenance. Burns clean from start to finish with IsoPro premium fuel (not included).
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Q:can you use the brunton or coleman fuel canitsters with the rocket? they both look like they have the same type of screw on system.Asked on 2/13/2010 by trapper from stuart,fl
A:any isobutane canister will work as long as it is not a GAZ canisterAnswered on 4/17/2010 by donfachabella from somewhere in NYS
Q:how long will the fuel last on high burnAsked on 6/4/2009 by Anonymous
A:It runs about 50 to 60 min on a 8 oz canAnswered on 11/30/2009 by Fred from Berlin Pa
Q:This may or may not be a stupid question but Im becoming somewhat of a survivalist and I was wondering can this be used indoors...in a basement say? If not is there one that can?Asked on 5/31/2009 by Anonymous
A:The Pocketrocket Stove is a very clean burning item but I still would NOT recommend using this item indoors.Answered on 6/3/2009 by Spencer from Gander Mtn
A:Yes,I use it in a big truck,but you need ventilation to avoid Co buildup.Answered on 6/14/2009 by safn from mn
A:yes if used under a range hood, a little fresh air,, just like a propane kitchen stove, in a basement my be pushing the safety issueAnswered on 4/17/2010 by survivor guy from home
Q:I'm a bit new to all this so i was wondering can this stove burn gasoline or kerosene?Asked on 4/9/2009 by Patrick In Ohio from youngstown Ohio
A:This stove uses a liquid pressurized gas (LPG) canister that is highly flammable and explosive. Use only MSR® premium blend canister fuel, 70 Butane/30 Propane or 80 IsoButane/20 Propane mix, certified to EN 417 (4 ounces/113 g or 8 ounces/227 g).Answered on 4/10/2009 by Matt from Gander Tech
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