After I gave a rundown of this ultralight, and ultra-cheap, canister camp stove, I received a message from a reader about how I should have focused more on the ultra-cheap part. My understanding now is that it is a knockoff of this Pocket Rocket stove. Honestly, I don't know much about either stove's value, stamina, or functionality, but I do know that the Pocket Rocket definitely has the better name. If I got one, I would have 2 rockets in my pocket. Sturdy, precise, and ready to fire.
MSR's backpacking stove is the definition of efficiency. At 4" x 2" x 2" and just 3 ounces, it fits unnoticeably inside packs or pants, and then attaches to a propane tank to boil a liter of water in under 3-1/2 minutes. Pocket Rockets need no priming, pressurizing, or maintenance. Additional features include a glove-friendly control for flame adjustment and a tri-sectional wind shield to protect the flame in breezy conditions. When used with an 8-ounce canister of MSR IsoPro fuel the Pocket Rocket can burn for around 60 minutes, or 16 liters' worth of boiled water.
Muchas danke to Bergman O. for the Dude Product Tip.