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Flash Cooking System

rated 4 of 5 stars The new 2018 Jetboil Flash is designed to boil water even faster than the original Flash. Jetboil’s Flash cooking system is a convenient option for the traditional or lightweight backpacker, who is looking to quickly boil water for hot drinks or dehydrated meals. Double the BTU’s? Jetboil DID IT. A mainstay in the outdoor industry, Jetboil was founded in New Hampshire of the USA in 2001. Their function-specific design has won millions over, and seem to be on every trail these days. Close-up… Full review

milliJoule Cooking System

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Best thing about this stove is that it can be used with the fuel inverted for cold weather (below freezing) or at high altitude (+12k). I bought this to replace using a white gas stove. SETUP: Very simple setup—connect regulator to canister and you're ready to go. No need for any priming or pumping! IGNITION & FLAME CONTROL: Works great with the canister upright, just like any other JetBoil you can easily simmer with this in this configuration. When it gets to cold or you're too high for the… Full review

Zip Cooking System

rated 1 of 5 stars Kookpot houder er niet standard bij!! [Cooking pot holder not standard!] Waardeloos dat er geen pot houder bij zit voor dat geld.  Na koken water krijg je de kop er niet af!! omdat hij uitzet en zich vast zet.  [Worthless that there is no pot holder for that money. After boiling water you will not get the head off !! because it expands and settles.] Full review

Coffee Press

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Great way to have non-instant coffee on the trail! However, the cleanup process can be quite messy and H20 consuming if in an area where water is scarce. I bought this for my Flash stove as a way to have an alternative to instant coffee. In general I think it's a great idea! However, you do consume quite a bit of water cleaning up the press and the inside of your Flash. For that reason alone I'm debating if i'll take it along on my solo Alaska backpack trip. Also, some folks complained of grounds… Full review

MicroMo Cooking System

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent, lightweight, compact, easy to use stove system. Self contained when stored, quick setup and very quick boiling time. Great for camping, hiking, and backpacking. Jetboil has been my go-to stove away from base camp and my preferred method of boiling water during outdoor activities. The stove sets up quick, has a built-in igniter and is stable. I don't simmer much as I am mostly re-hydrating but the MicroMo has good simmer control when you need it. It will boil a cup of water in about a… Full review

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Jetboil Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

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July 31, 2013

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August 6, 2012

Evernew and Jetboil offer titanium cooking systems
Titanium is all the rage in stoves and cookware at Outdoor Retailer this summer, including these new offerings from Evernew and Jetboil. Read more
August 10, 2011

Primus EtaSolo stove lawsuit by Jetboil dismissed
Last year, Jetboil filed a complaint alleging that Primus infringed a number of U.S. patents by making and selling the EtaSolo stove. On March 31, 2011, the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware entered an order dismissing—with prejudice—the action. Read more
May 6, 2011

How to Recycle Old Outdoor Gear
Depending on who you're talking to, today is either America Recycles Day or Zero Waste Day. If you can't donate or pass on old backcountry gear, what are your recycling options once your gear reaches the end of its trail life? Here are a few. Read more
November 15, 2010

Outdoor Retailer: Jetboil stoves for 2011
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 more
August 6, 2010


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