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Evernew and Jetboil offer titanium cooking systems

by Seth Levy
August 10, 2011

Titanium is all the rage in stoves and cookware at Outdoor Retailer this summer, including these new offerings from Evernew and Jetboil.


Evernew Appalachian Set

Evernew America, a company known for its titanium cookware, was showing an interesting integrated stove-and-cookset nicknamed the Appalachian Set.

The Appalachian Set includes five interchangeable components (also available separately) that together create a versatile, light stove system.

An ultralight titanium alcohol stove forms the center of the system, which nests in two interlocking cylinders. The stove, nested in the cylinders, forms a stand for a 500-ml pot.

The pot incorporates a raised ridge on its underside, to prevent it from sliding off the top of the stove and dumping ramen on your lap.

A separate titanium trivet enables users to dispense with the locking cylinders in still weather and cook directly on the stove. Out of alcohol? Set up the cylinders without the stove and you have a serviceable micro-wood fueled stove.

Evernew Appalachian Set

  • Weight: 5.8 oz
  • MSRP: $138
  • Available: Now

Components of this Appalachian Set are available individually and in various combinations for those who want to assemble custom sets.

Evernew America Appalachian
Evernew Appalachian Set components

Ti Alcohol Stove

  • Weight: 1.2 oz
  • Fuel Capacity: 2.37 fl oz
  • MSRP: $52

Ti Trivet (not included in set)

  • Weight: .56 oz
  • MSRP: $14

Ti Alcohol Stove w/ Stand DX-Set (stove and stand)

  • Weight: 3.03 oz
  • MSRP: $98

Ti Stove Stand DX (just stand)

  • Weight: 1.83 oz
  • MSRP: $54

Ti Mug Pot

  • Weight: 2.6 oz
  • MSRP: $52


Jetboil's 1.8-liter titanium Sumo companion cup

Jetboil will release a titanium version of its newest high capacity cooking system, the Sumo Ti, as part of a group cooking system for 2012.

The 1.8-liter Sumo Ti is designed for groups of two to four people and weighs just 12 ounces. For comparison, the 1.5-liter Group Cooking System (GCS) it replaces weighs 20 ounces, and the 1-liter aluminum Flash weighs 14 ounces. The system, with Sumo titanium companion cup, uses the same all-weather burner as the Sol, which is not titanium.

Available separately are three Sumo Companion accessory bowls: two 23-oz/675 ml and one 15-oz/450 ml. The bowls let a family of three enjoy three separate meals from the same stove, or let a couple enjoy two meals and hot beverage. The polypropylene bowls have snap-on, drink-through lids, and insulated cozies.

Jetboil also has a hard anodized aluminum Sumo cooking system that weighs 16 ounces. It's also powered by same burner as the Sol, which incorporates regulator technology to maintain consistent pressure and output down to 20 degrees and includes the high capacity 1.8-liter Sumo companion cup.

Jetboil Sumo Ti System

  • Weight: 12 oz*
  • Volume: 1.8 L
  • Boil time: 16 oz in 2 min 15 sec
  • Available: February 1, 2012
  • MSRP: $189.99

Jetboil Sumo Al System

  • Weight: 16 oz*
  • Volume: 1.8 L
  • Boil time: 16 oz in 2 min 15 sec
  • Available: February 1, 2012
  • MSRP: $129.99

*Note: Neither Sumo cooking system includes the weight of the included pot support and fuel stabilizer accessories.

  • Pot Support: 1.2 oz
  • Fuel Stabilizer: .9 oz