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Outdoor Retailer: Jetboil stoves for 2011

by Alicia MacLeay
August 6, 2010

Jetboil is introducing three new stoves — the titanium and aluminum Sōl personal cooking systems and the economical Zip — along with a 1.8-liter companion cup and the CrunchIt (a tool to help users recycle fuel cans), all for 2011. Read on for product descriptions, specs, and video below.

Jetboil Sōl (Ti and Al)

Jetboil Zip, green Flash (for Christmas 2010), and aluminum Sōl

Available in titanium (Ti) or aluminum (Al) versions, the Sōl personal cooking system is an ultra-compact, four-season upright canister cooking system.

In it, Jetboil introduces its  Thermo-Regulate Burner Technology, which promises to deliver consistent heat output down to 15°F. The system includes Jetboil's integrated burner base and an 0.8-liter FluxRing Cooking Cup.

  • Weight (system only): 9 oz (260 g) titanium; 10.5 oz (300 g) aluminum
  • Volume: 16 oz (0.8 liter)
  • Boil Time: 16 oz (1/2 liter) = 2 minutes
  • Water Boiled: 12 liters per 100 g Jetpower canister
  • Dimensions: 4.1" x 6.5" (104 mm x 165 mm)
  • MSRP: $149.95 (Sōl-Ti), $119.95 (Sōl-Al)


Jetboil Zip

The aluminum no-frills Zip is distilled down from Jetboil's flagship PCS to provides essential Jetboil functions and features at an economical price. It features a 0.8-liter FluxRing cooking cup with insulating cargo cozy, adjustable burner, drink through lid with pour spout and strainer, and is compatible with all Jetboil accessories.

  • Weight: 11.75 oz (333 g)
  • Volume: 27 oz (0.8 liter)

Jetboil Sumo, 1.8 liter companion cup.
  • Boil Time: 16 oz (1/2 liter) = 2 minutes
  • Water Boiled: 12 liters per 100g Jetpower can
  • Dimensions: 4.1" x 6.5" (104 mm x 165 mm)
  • MSRP: $69.95


Jetboil Sumo

The 1.8-liter Sumo, a hard-anodized FluxRing cooking cup, expands the capacity of your Jetboil Sōl, Zip, Flash, or PCS systems, clipping directly onto the compatible Jetboil burner bases. In winter, use it with the all-season Sōl system burner, to melt snow fast. Or use it for one-pot cooking for your small group. For packing, it's wide enough to stow a 230 gm can of fuel and burner base with room to spare, or a complete Sōl or Zip system with 100 gm fuel.

  • Weight (vessel): 14 oz (396 g)
  • Volume: 59.5 oz (1.8 liter)
  • Water Boiled: 12 Liters per 100 g Jetpower canister
  • Dimensions: 4.9" x 8.25" (125 mm x 210 mm)
  • MSRP: $49.95


Video: Jetboil Spring 2011 Line

Els Fonteyne walked us through the spring 2011 line of Jetboil products this week at Outdoor Retailer:



Jetboil CrunchIt fuel canister recycling tool

Wondering if you can recycle those empty butane fuel canisters? Yes, you can. Empty fuel canisters are recyclable as tin/steel and the stainless steel CrunchIt fuel canister recycling tool is safe, foolproof, and compliant with recycling standards. The CrunchIt punctures and vents your butane fuel canisters, rendering them recycling-bin ready. 

Includes bottle and can opener.

  • Weight: 1 oz (28 g)
  • Dimensions: 3.0" x 1.4" (76 mm x 35 mm)
  • MSRP: $6.95
  • Available January 2011, or by Christmas with green Flash.

Jetboil suing over Primus EtaSolo

In related news, yesterday, Jetboil announced it had filed suit against Swedish-based Primus AB, along with its parent company Fenix Outdoor AB, Brunton Outdoor, Inc, and NA Gear LLC, in Delaware federal court for infringement of Jetboil’s issued patents under the patent laws of the United States, based on the named companies’ importation, sales and marketing of the Primus EtaSolo product in the U.S. market. In the suit, Jetboil is seeking a permanent injunction against further sales and use of the EtaSolo in the U.S., along with damages and profits.