Jetboil Introduces World’s First Liquid-Injected Butane Fuel Cooking System

 Jetboil is proud to announce the new Helios series group cooking system, the world’s first liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) injected cooking system, for Spring 2008.

The Helios’ liquid-injection butane fuel cooking system optimizes the convenience and safety of canister fuel while ensuring consistent high-output power throughout the life of the canister, with no loss of performance in the coldest of temperatures.

The Helios series continues Jetboil’s leadership in the high-efficiency outdoor cooking category, a category created by Jetboil in 2004 with the introduction of the Personal Cooking System (PCS). With the launch of the Helios, Jetboil offers systems for a full range of outdoor cooking from solo to large group adventures.

Utilizing Jetboil’s patented FluxRing technology, the Helios’ 2.0-liter and 3.0-liter cooking vessels offer best-in-class efficiency and boil time performance. A neoprene side cozy and top and bottom covers insulate the cooking vessel while protecting hands and surfaces when serving.

Continuing Jetboil’s hallmark clean design, all Helios system components nest securely in the 2.0-liter pot, which sits inside the 3.0-liter pot.

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Since its inception in 2004, Jetboil’s revolutionary cooking systems have won numerous awards both inside and outside the outdoor industry. The patented FluxRing technology, at the heart of Jetboil cooking systems, defines efficiency, safety and ease of use and its introduction has redefined the outdoor cooking category.
 
The Jetboil team is committed to simplifying and personalizing outdoor cooking and empowering a world of exploration. Jetboil is the trusted and indispensable companion of those who push the limits of their endurance, and the boundaries of their experience.

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calamity
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January 10, 2008 at 1:57 a.m. (EST)

They say new MSR system has them beaten already, which I'm quite willing to believe, purely based on personal prejudice.

But the whole concept, it might be argued, is simply overkill for most people who aren't interested in a hanging stove.

Bill S
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January 10, 2008 at 4:19 p.m. (EST)

Hmmmm, I guess they aren't counting the Coleman X-canister stoves, or Coleman's stand for holding the standard canisters upside down, or those of us who have been using the inverted canister trick for a number of years. The main thing for the inverted canister systems and Coleman's X-canister system is that you really need a generator section to the fuel line. Primus multifuel stoves that accept the compressed gas canisters, and the Coleman X stoves and the ones they recommend using their inverted canister stand for have that setup. The X stoves have a fuel pickup line inside the canister that always lies in the liquified portion of the fuel, hence feeds the liquified butane/propane mixture.

I will have to look at the system to see if there is anything different.

Alicia
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January 10, 2008 at 4:56 p.m. (EST)

You'll have to wait to see the Helios, Bill. Jetboil will not be at Outdoor Retailer's winter show this month. They're skipping it so they can "fully support the launch of the Helios system."

I suspect they want to fully devote themselves to getting the finished stove out on time as promised, rather than having any delays like MSR suffered with its Reactor last year.

They've had this stove in the works for a while. As far back as a year ago I heard something new was expected from them, but they cautiously did not preview anything before they were ready.

As soon as I have the product image and specs I'll share that info.

Bill S
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January 10, 2008 at 6:18 p.m. (EST)

JetBoil doesn't have anything on their website about the Helios. I will note, though, that the MSR Reactor does not use "liquid injection" - the stovetop is screwed directly onto the top of the canister, so it is fed by the vapors, as in traditional compressed butane mix stoves. But I am glad that the engineer/developer folks seem to have prevailed over the marketeers. Still, making an early announcement might cause a few people to put off a stove purchase until the Helios is actually available - which is the point of early announcements.

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