Add versatility to your Jetboil.
So you're floating a river and brought your Jetboil PCS for freeze-dried food. But what if you actually manage to catch a fish and you want to cook it? Now you can use the Jetboil PCS with your regular pots and pans but simply attaching this pot support and stabilizer. This ultralight adapter changes your personal cooking system into a more conventional camp stove.
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Comes with the Jetboil
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Works great, just so you know, before you have to pay to return it, it comes with the Jetboil kit. Don't make the same mistake I made :/
I didn't realize...
I didn't realize the kit already comes with the Jetboil Zip I bought. I purchased an additional kit accidentally and now have an extra sitting around.
What's not to like about this stabilizer? It weighs next to nothing, it packs inside the PCS (so it doesn't take up any room in your pack), and now I don't have to worry as much about my Jetboil tipping over. It works great with the frying pan for making omelets in the morning too! $15 is worth the peace of mind that my clumsy camp partners aren't going to knock over my jetboil, or scald their leg with boiling water. Money well spent.
Good Attachment For Jetboil
Used it twice now and it was worked great both times. Once was just for cooking soup and the other time was for eggs and pancakes. Both times was fine, just cranked down the heat and used an MSR pan for cooking.
You need it
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Bought the sumo - this stand is a no brainer. You need it if you are going to use it on a regular basis.
Get off MSR
Everyone complains that jetboil is a one trick pony. This changes that. Now your Jetboil will have food ready quicker than anyone elses leaving you with all that extra time to make that sunset climb. A must buy for your Flash system, but dont worry about getting the Flux ring pots. Any regular old pot heats up just as fast and efficient. Get this thing!!
Don't leave without it
It's a necessary item for this stove. If only it had one more leg, and I would suffer the whopping 3 ounces that it weighed, i would be 5 star satisfied.
A must have pot support
This Pot Support is a "must have" if you use the Jetboil with any type of pot or pan. The new Flash units come with the stabilizer.
Are the current stabilizers black or orange?...
Are the current stabilizers black or orange? I am looking for an orange one so I won't be so likely to loose it!
I am not really sure why but the ones that come with the new Flash units are orange but the stabilizers in the kit are black. At least the ones in the package that I have seen at local vendors and at the Jetboil website.
You could spray paint it. I realize that's not as ideal as having it molded in orange plastic, but it'll get the job done.
must have if....
you wanna use the Jet Boil pot. Makes me feel a little more comfortable cooking with the pot and like the option of using my MSR cookware! Definately a good idea!
necessary for jetboil but NEEDS WORK!
this is an absolute must when you're an owner of a jetboil cooking system. this little pot support enables you to use any pot or pan with the jetboil, but you'll need to make sure you stir or else you'll get uneven cooking. my biggest pet peeve with the stabilizer is that when you are storing it in the jetboil cup, it scratches the sides if youre not SUPER careful, also it won't allow you to fit the stabilizer in with the rest, which is a bummer. also it's outrageously expensive. they need to fix this
ready to be put in cup
holding up msr skillet
Nice Add-on -- Small Caution
The pot support fit is perfect, tight enough to hold larger pots, loose enough to be removed one handed. While the stove burns you can quickly remove a large pot, one handed snap off the pot support and exchange it with the Jetboil pot. The stability legs are a neat idea, they work with large and small Jetboil canisters and other makes....but the Coleman Butane/Propane tanks are just a bit to large and will normally break a leg taking it on or off (...don't ask how I know!). I think they should include these items with the stove (...I know, it's a price point....marketing!!). If you have a Jetboil PCS, these are like..."Must Have"...Add-on's!
This stuff completes the Jetboil PCS. Works as advertised and packs neatly inside the Jetboil cup with the fuel cannister.
Gotta have it!
Inexpensive and fits in existing Jetboil cup with fuel canister and really stabilizes the pcs while cooking in the field.A stable cooking platform is a must. Can be used with both 100g and 230g fuel canisters.
Agree - must have
Even just using the PCS, I found the stability kit invaluable. I prefer to set the stove on rock and there were not many flat surfaces around on the trail. The PCS is a little top heavy and having the stand means more options for placement. It adds virtually nothing in weight and everything stores so neatly inside the PCS. The pot support came in handy too when my bud wanted to use his pan for cooking up some canned stew.
have the pot...you NEED this.
As the title to this review says, if you have the pot you need this piece. It folds nice and can be stored in both the cup or the pot easily. Light and strong. The only gripe I have is when everything is set up the pot and support is slippery and loose fitting. I still give it 5 stars because I do not know how else to do it.