FluxRing® technology makes it possible to heat a conveniently shaped vessel with extremely high efficiency. This patented technology captures the heat of the burner and directs it into the contents of the FluxRing® cup, rather than into the air as waste.
The MSR Pocket Rocket is a classic and minimalist canister stove. I would like to compare the efficiency/total weight of these two stoves for the use case of boiling 2 cups of water once a day.
To make the systems comparable the MSR stove needs a pot (lets assume something like the Evernew Ti Ultralight Pot 600ml) and a pot cozy. The Jetboil setup is listed as weighing 415 g while the MSR stove, pot, and cozy would be about 240 g.
I would assume if you are out for a single day the MSR setup wins since you need to carry a single canister in both cases. Is there a break point where the Jetboil fuel savings offsets the heavier weight?