Can I use the new pots on my old WindBurner stove?
If you own the 1.0 L system or a first-gen 1.8 L system and your stove burner mounts on top of the canister, you may use these pots:
- Personal Pot 1.0 L
- Duo Pot 1.8 L
Do not use the larger 2.5 L Group Sauce Pot or 4.5 L Stock Pot on this top-mounted
stove; the larger pots are less stable on this stove.
All WindBurner pots are, however, compatible with the new remote-canister stove design.
Do I need to upgrade to the new remote-canister stove design?
If you simply want to boil water fast, and your party size is typically only 1-3 people, the 1.0 L Personal System or the first-generation 1.8 L System (which feature the top-mounted stove) remain great options.
Can I use my old WindBurner pot on the new remote-canister stove?
Does the new remote-canister stove boil water faster?
Does the remote-canister stove nest inside the 1.0 L Pot?
Will the remote-canister stove be sold separately?
Remember, each WindBurner stove system is just that—a system, which requires its unique radiant burner and its specially engineered pot. Only WindBurner pots may be used on the WindBurner stoves.
Do all WindBurner systems offer the same boil times?
Because the pot you use is important to how your meal is prepared, we’ve engineered the pots for specific purposes:
The Personal System, Duo System and the Stock Pot deliver the fastest boil times, and are built to be primarily water-boilers. They feature a powerful built-in heat exchanger that maximizes the heat that’s transferred to the pot.
The Group System is engineered for cooking real meals, offering sautéing and simmering capabilities. Therefore, its 2.5 L pot is designed to disperse the heat evenly, so as not to scorch your food.