A more versatile, lighter-weight Jetboil system to keep up with your mountain exploration.
- The new burner's true four-season utility means that you can melt snow and boil noodles in the backcountry without the cold weather adding fuel-sucking minutes to your cook times
- Intuitive Jetboil design is easy to set up with cold hands and will boil 16 ounces of water in about two minutes
- Adjustable burner lets you conserve fuel or quickly make a hot drink in the event of an emergency
- The anodized aluminum cup stores the entire system (including a small fuel canister) for ultimate packability and features a dependable FluxRing that concentrates the heat for rapid boiling
- Neoprene cozy insulates your hands from heat and increases heat retention for cooking efficiency
- Included drink-through lid features a pour spout and strainer for easy noodle cooking at camp
- Bottom cover can be used as a bowl and is graduated so you can use it as a measuring cup
- Includes a stabilizing tripod that fits onto fuel canisters
- Note: fuel canister is sold separately
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Share your thoughts
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I like how compact this stove is. Compared to the Jetboil Flash, the Sol packs up really small. I didn't like the way it was made, the stove itself is very flimsy. Also the cozy is too thin, it can burn your hand if you are not careful. I tried to fit one of the fuel canisters into the Sol and it wouldn't fit. Over all, I was disappointed about the quality of the product.
Great, but for water only.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Having used the original system for years, I took the opportunity to pick up a Sol when it went on sale to keep in my flyfishing bag for winter trips. Its compact and light and I felt it was perfect for occasional use while flyfishing. Four friends and I recently were able to put the stove to use on a multi-day trip to Lee's Ferry AZ in preparing lunchtime soups in sub freezing temps. Being used to my older system, I fired up the stove with a can of chicken and corn chowder in it. With the valve opened only half a turn, the soup scorched on the bottom in less than the 90 seconds it took for me to dig out a spoon to stir it with. Subsequent uses revealed that it is really an "off or full blast" type stove. To heat water or thin water-based soups, it definitely rocks but be very careful with any other type of food. Also, the Sol does not come with the pot stabilizer as shown in the pics above. I think I'll return this and stick with my old original but predictable and controllable Zip system.
GEAR REVIEW: Jetboil Sol Cooking System
This is a great little system. Boils water very fast and works well in cold temps. See my video for a full review of the system.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Used 3x so far, boils water FAST...... compact, great price.
Hot Water Quick
Great lightweight, compact stove. heats water quick too.
THE CUP: Used this for some car camping and it is awesome. It brings water to a boil very quickly, and the neoprene insulator works well too. The neoprene also features a boiling indicator. When the whole strip on the side turns orange, the water is ready. It worked well with four people sharing; no one had to wait long to get the breakfast/coffee/hot chocolate. It would probably start to be annoying with a bigger group. This cup seems durable enough, but i haven't really banged it on anything.
THE STOVE: this is a surefire lighting stove. i'm sure there are people that have had issues with it (i would guess with strong wind), but it has lit on the first try everytime for me. like most backpacking stoves, a strong wind will increase your time to boil, so buy or improvise a wind screen. otherwise, it's light, easy to set up and level within reason, and packs down small.
Does what it has to do
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Pro: Very light, very compact, boils water very quickly, has a incorporated fire starter.
Cons: might not work properly in high altitude
Avoid putting other things then water, it will make a mess.
I cannot believe the power that this little thing has! For what it has to offer, it packs up incredibly tight, is not heavy at all, and boils water very quickly. It is very easy to use, adjust the heat, and is easy to handle when hot. This model does NOT have the heat indicator- however, from everyone that I know who has used that feature before, they all agree that it's better off without it anyways. I hands down would recommend this stove to anyone and everyone looking for a lightweight packable stove for getting out!
Just get it !!!!!!!!!
I use it almost all the time when ever Im in mountains.
Thermo-Regulate Burner Technology works amazing :)
If you want to TUNE UP your jet boil to boil faster in very low temperatures, just put hand warmer into sock and put on your fuel canister(so warmer will be under of the bottom of fuel canister) and you will see the difference in time to boil the water.
DOES NOT HAVE HEAT INDICATOR ANYMORE!!!
BACKCOUNTRY SHOW IT WITH IT!! They offered full refund but i got priced matched and other company sold out already and id have to pay $20 more just to get flash!!
Great Solo Stove
I've used this on most of my winter camping trips and some summer. Mostly for melting snow for water, but also for cooking noodles or rice. It's not the fastest at boiling, but it pretty darn good, and weighs next to nothing.
Almost never use my liquid fuel stove anymore. So compact I even bring it on day hikes for coffee. Really all you need for most cooking tasks. A canister lasts a really really long time. Used it down to 10 degrees with no problem.
The fabric strap melted...
The 2nd time I used it! Was testing out some food packets for an upcoming trip and the second time I used the JB Sol the fabric strap melted. Super bummed and am wondering if I may have received a defective one-off. Other than that I liked how it worked initially. Lit perfectly and boiled water very fast.
What is the difference in the Sol vs the...
What is the difference in the Sol vs the Zip system??
The sole has a regulator for cold weather use is probally the biggest difference.
Current Sol Does Not Have Heat Indicator
- Gender: Male
The Current Model does not have the Heat Indicator like is stated in the Specs and shown in the Picture. This is a change from last years model.
Will the 230 g fuel canisters fit inside...
Will the 230 g fuel canisters fit inside the cup?
No. The 100g fuel canister will though. It will pack into any of the cooking systems. The 230g and
450g canisters will only fit into the Sumo cups and the Sumo systems.
H2O YEAH ONLY!
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Damn this is a great stove, has yet to let me down..until...When my gf talked me into heating milk for her to make her precious hot chocolate, that is when things went horribly awry. Imagine a frothy white explosion, which cakes the entire apparati in caked lactose. Plus she never called me back. So sad.
Great three season stove
This is a great, lightweight canister stove. Boils water fast, which is pretty much all it does, and is nice for a solo person or two people. I like the heat indicator and insulating sleeve. I don't like the crappy piezo starter (I always bring a lighter anyways), and the lid is difficult to get on securely - so be sure to do this prior to starting the stove...its much harder when hot. Also, the small fuel containers are pricy for the amount of fuel you get. I've used this in the cold (20-40 degrees) and at altitudes up to 9-10 k. Works alright, but there is a notable performance drop in comparison to something such as the MSR reactor. Also, it does need to be somewhat sheltered from the wind, as I have had a few wind guests 25-30 mph blow the flame out.
Dear you all,
We borrowed for our camp...
Dear you all,
We borrowed for our camp vacation in texas your perfect working Jetboil Sol Stove. unfortunately we used it in the wrong way. we forget the metal panholder, so the plastic melt down.Can we buy a newbottum for the stove? We are from the Netherlands, so forgif us the language and let it sent to the adress of my brother in San Marcos tx, If we pay will you then sent it to the adress we give up?
Can you give the answer to our own mailadress:
Do you also have a list of shops where we can buy your products in surrounding of San Marcos or Houston?
Thank you for the information, greetings Suzan Brouwer