Jetboil Personal Cooking System
The Pros:Light self contained unit. Has a french press that makes a decent cup of coffee.
The Cons:As with most canister stoves, it's not reliable below freezing temps.
Innovative and efficient, the Jetboil integrates the pot and stove for fast setup and compact storage.
- FluxRing® heat exchanger improves fuel efficiency; regulated flame provides maximum efficiency
- Adjustable-flame burner is housed in a wind-screen, reducing heat loss in windy conditions
- Neoprene cozy stays in place during cooking without melting, increasing heat retention and cooking efficiency
- Piezo igniter sparks the stove to life with a push of the button, eliminating worries about wet matches and burning your hand
- Anodized aluminum 1-liter cooking cup with drinking spout provides excellent heat transfer and cleans up fast
- Burner and cooking cup are integrated into a single convenient package for instant setup and compact storage
- Base and cooking cup unsnap for storage; base and 110g fuel canister (sold separately) stow inside the cup; lid snaps shut for storage
- No assembly or priming required
- Perfect for fuel-efficient, ultra-light backpacking when all you need to prepare your food is boiled water
- Total system weight is 15.25 ounces: stove weighs 6 ounces and cooking cup with lid weighs 9.25 ounces
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User Reviews (3)
Light self contained unit.
Has a french press that makes a decent cup of coffee
As with most canister stoves, it's not reliable below freezing temps
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