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Description

Boils quickly and stows easily.

Click on the Jetboil Flash Personal Cooking System, and hum a show tune or two—by the time you hit the second chorus (two minutes), you'll have steaming hot delight. Unlike classic camp stoves, this self-contained unit eliminates the issues of an open burner and takes the guesswork out of a quick meal. Finish your food, pack the fuel canister inside the insulated mug, and stow the whole lightweight kit away in compact style.

  • FluxRing heat exchanger system maximizes fuel efficiency and promotes even heating by uniformly distributing flame along the bottom of the cup
  • Innovative temperature indicator is integrated into the cozy to show you when your meal or drink is ready to please your palate
  • Adjustable burner is surrounded by a windscreen to reduce heat loss and improve fuel efficiency
  • Push-button Piezo ignition gets the stove rolling without matches and is integrated into the burner housing to keep it intact
  • Glove-friendly fuel valve allows for easy flame adjustment and afterward, it folds into the burner for safe storage
  • One-liter anodized aluminum cooking cup is lightweight, transfers heat efficiently, and cleans up fast
  • Neoprene cozy is designed to stay in place while stove is in use; it increases heat retention and improves cooking efficiency
  • Clear measuring cup with graduated lines unsnaps from the bottom of the cooking cup for greater precision when preparing meals as well as preventing burns on the hot FluxRing right after use
  • Translucent lid is BPA-free, shortens boil times, and features a drink-through spout for sipping coffee or pouring hot liquids
  • Stove burner and cooking cup nest together for easy storage; 100g fuel canister also fits inside cup but is SOLD SEPARATELY
  • Included fuel canister tripod stabilizer attaches to the bottom of your fuel canister for security while cooking
  • Metal pot support (sold separate) folds out and provides a solid base for a small backpacking pot, pan, or kettle when you prepare multi-course meals
  • Jetboil recommends that you boil a half-liter (16oz or 2 cups) of water at a time to prevent burns and boiling over
  • Winner of the Backcountry Magazine 2010 Editors' Choice Award

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5 5

Perfect Stowaway

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I am a HUGE fan of the jetboil. It's super easy to pack- and just as easy to set up and use. If you are looking for a small compact stove to boil water, there is nothing better than the jetboil. I haven't used it for much other cooking, just because boiling water and pouring it into a cup of coffee or an instant meal pouch is way easier than dealing with pots/pans backpacking. Plus the fuel canisters last a good long while, so you don't always have to be worried about running out each trip. We always take ours out for backpacking trips of course, and even on car camping trips for easy boiled water. Hands down recommend it!

5 5

These are Awesome!!!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I used these on our 3 day back packing trip through Coyote Gulch, UT.
Pros: Super well designed. I wished everything I bought worked this well!

Cons: I wish it had more than one temperature to cook a meal with. Which by the way is HIGH HEAT!

5 5

road side coffee

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Everyone knows stoves like this are great for hiking into the wilderness and whipping up some hot grub, but I've found it to be particularly useful while road tripping across the US. Why eat bad gas station food or subway when you can hit the grocery store, pick up exactly what you want, heat it and a fresh cup of coffee anywhere, any time?

5 5

great stove

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

this is the best stove to take camping! its super light, and takes no time at all to get the water to a boil!

5 5

Perfect camping stove

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Who wants to over complicate something so important. When its time to eat, get out the Jetboil unit, no need to look for extra parts or anything because everything you need sits right inside the cup. Its too perfect and very compact. I have 2 of them.

5 5

Awesome for backpacking

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I've really enjoyed my JetBoil stove. It's efficient with energy and space. It fits my backpacking meal plan very well by heating up soup/drinks/pasta and allows me to cook and eat out of one container. The pot is relatively easy to clean (and I hate cleaning).

I've been slightly concerned with the parts inside scratching the finish but so far so good.

There may be lighter solutions out there, but I've enjoyed the performance, price, and convenience of having the kit already put together for me.

5 5

Perfect backcountry

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My absolute favorite backcountry stove, gonna spring for the titanium next for the colder weather camping, perfect for 1-2 people, simmering water is tricky, but it's all you need if you use freeze dried.

4 5

Dinner for two, mountain style.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This Jetboil is the perfect stove for a backpacking trip for two--or even more! While it is a little hard at times to simmer effectively with it (they don't call it the Jet Boil for nothing), I've mastered the art of the Jet Boil slow cook, and have even learned to stop burning my damn oatmeal to the bottom of this thing (Trust me, once you've scrubbed it out a few times, you'll learn.)

Overall, this is a great product--my only grips are that it's a little tricky to clean, and simmering took a while to master. A very solid piece of equipment.

4 5

Excellent product for what it is

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Overall, this is great for boiling water quickly, I have yet to actually cook something in it since I always bring freeze dried food with me and cook that in the bag. If your looking to cook for 5-6 people, this isn't your cook set, its basically for 1-2 people. Of course if everyone brought freeze dried food, you could boild water for everyone in about 10-15 mins. It can handle 2 cups of water at a time and boils in it 90 seconds or so, can't beat that.

Portability 5/5 - Everything fits inside when your done
Weight 4/5 - It could be lighter, but its not heavy for what it does
Functionality 3.5/5 - It boils water quickly, I couldn't imagine cooking with it, seems like it would be to much of a hassle to clean up.

Overall 4/5 - Would definitely recommend

Morning Coffee Station

Morning Coffee Station

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I love my jetboil for getting coffee made fast. It is a great addition to any car-camping set up. Not just for backpacking, this leaves your other stoves free for the pancakes. It is so fast too that waiting for coffee just doesn't happen.

5 5

Impressive

So much has been said about this stove already, I'll keep this short and just give it 5 stars.

5 5

Does the trick

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Boils water surprisingly quickly, and sips fuel compared to other stoves. Packs up very compactly as well. I've used it entirely at altitudes over 10,000ft. and in sub-freezing temperatures. Only complaint is that it doesn't really simmer, but what camp stove does?

5 5

Meals on the fly

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I knew that I would be camping a lot when I landed a job on Mt Hood for the summer. Not knowing when I'd have access to a kitchen stove easy cooking on the fly was a must. The Jet Boil took care of just that! It boiled water quickly and efficiently, it was great for quick pasta meals, and if you have a pan you can cook up a nice breakfast of eggs/sausage/potatoes/etc. Not only was it great for cooking but for warmth up on the glacier when the weather turned for the worse.

5 5

A must have

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

For backpacking, this is such a save-the-day device. Doesn't take up much space, lightweight, and extremely efficient. Ideal for making coffee in the mornings, tea in the afternoon, and hot toddys at night. For food, I always take Mountain Home freeze dried pouches (delicious) which pair perfectly with the Jetboil system. This will boil water in 120 seconds usually, then just pour it in to your food pouch and BAM! Nice, hot food. I would recommend this to anyone and everyone.

Boil in Bag Pasta

Boil in Bag Pasta

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Boil in Bag Pasta worked to cook within the jetboil... but only just barely. And it made a huge mess. I had to keep the bag moving to prevent it from sticking to the bottom of the pot.

Take note: rice is not a good idea. This is the voice of experience talking.

Burner assembly.

Burner assembly.

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Note the piezo sparker and enjoy it while it lasts. Which isn't very long!

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Could you explain what the problem was?

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Piezo sparkers are notoriously unreliable and this one is no exception. It simply stops working after a while... but find to light it with a match.

Pot Support: Closed Position

Pot Support: Closed Position

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Here's the pot support in the CLOSED position. Compare to my other photo with the open position. Had me stumped for a while.

Pot Support: OPEN Position

Pot Support: OPEN Position

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Took me forever to figure out how to open the the pot support. Maybe I'm a dope, but it was non-obvious.

This is it in the OPEN position. See my other photo for the closed version.

5 5

This is how you load it.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Here's a detail for reference. See the attached photo for the sequence (left to right) and orientation (note the orange stand in particular) needed to fit all these items back in the pot easily.

Note: you really want the pot and fuel container to be dry when you load it back in, or else the bottom of the fuel container will leave rust inside the pot.

I also keep a small nalgene bottle of oil and some matches in the cup that attaches to the base of the pot.

This is how you load it.

Jetboil Flash review w/ Colby Mundeen

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Here's a review we did of the Jetboil Flash. We even got famed survivalist Colby Mundeen to test it for us!

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