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    Jetboil lets you bring your mad cooking skills to the backcountry with the Fluxring Fry Pan.

    Don't you wish you could make pancakes or fry sausages on your Jetboil stove? Now you can with the Fluxring Fry Pan. This 10-ounce aluminum fry pan includes folding handles to accommodate your trademark pancake flip and allow fast storage when the time comes to hit the trail.
    • Item #JET0018

    Tech Specs

    Fry Pans
    Fry Pan Dimensions
    8.1 x 2.2 in
    Pot Grabber
    Storage Sack
    Complete Set Weight
    10 oz
    Recommended Use
    frying with your jetboil stove
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Sweet plate on the bottom

      Bought this for frying fish on fly-fishing trips and for hunting. Really light, but takes up some space in the pack for sure. Has a very convenient plate that clips to the bottom. Does not come with the ring needed to attach to the burner. Which is pretty lame. Only recommend if you have the Jet-Boil burner. I wouldn't use it with any others.


        Just recently bought the jetboil stove and since it only heats water for ready to serve meals I wanted an option to actually cook, so the pan. Only good for jetboil stoves and other reviewers recommended oil. Also must buy pot support. Looks sturdy enough and plate will come in hand y. May leave behind on longer hikes as I'm concerned about any additional weight.

        Works Well

        The pan heats up quickly, stays secure on the jetboil pot support, and is a good size for small groups. However, the pan is definitely not non stick but it's not a deal breaker. In my opinion, it's a bit of a pain to pack in and out ingredients to cook, but it's a nice luxury, or comfort item. In the future, I will stick to my dehydrated or freeze dried prepared meals due to ease of cooking, cleaning and packability.

        Works Well

        Quick cooker

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        This is a great luxury item I use on some of my backpacking trips. I can get tired of some of those meals. It cooks quick so be careful and watch your flame. I cook pancakes for breakfast. Lightweight and only have to add water. Instead of syrup, I like to use my peanut butter. Be sure you do bring a little cooking oil or you will have caked on mess.

        Don't forget the stability kit!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        This frying pan is awesome, the flux ring heats everything evenly and the plate that is included is very efficient. This does not come with two pieces that you need to use it on the jetboil though. You need the stability kit in order to use this.

        Eating like a king.

          This is a great pan. Super lightweight, and now I always get to make pancakes while out backpacking! It's not no-stick, so make sure to pack a little bit of oil or butter so you don't end up with a giant mess. It even comes with a plate attached to the bottom of it.

          Its Great... just need a stability kit

            This pan will not fit on the jetboil without the stability kit, which is another $15. Beyond that, i love the pan as it makes my jetboil a ton more versatile. Bring a mini-bottle of oil on your backpacking trip as this thing is not "no stick." Eggs were a pain in the ass.

            JetHead Fry Pan

              I really like this pan. It is a little heavy and I generally only use it when canoe tripping, although, when bikepacking, with a friend, you can share the load! The heat transfer is almost immediate, so be ready to cook when you light your JetBoil. There is a cover over the Fluxring bottom that can be used for a plate/serving dish/prep dish. It will also store a JetBoil spatula.

              Returned It

                I wanted this to go along with my Jetboil but I was not happy with how heavy it is. I can't testify to how it works but it simply was too heavy to haul around in my backpack. I ended up getting a MSR titanium instead and have been very happy with that.

                Not cool!!

                  I bought this under the assumption that it would simply fit on my jetboil. As it turns out you have to spend another $20 on a stability kit in addition to the $30 you have to spend on this pan (Why isn't there anything in the description about this?!!). But by the time you have spent $100 on the jetboil personal cooking system, and the $20 on the stability kit, you could just as easily use a $5 frying pan from Wal-mart. The only two differences are this has annoying and flimsy handles, and the Wal-mart pan will have to have the much sturdier handle screwed off. The second difference being the cost ($30 vs. $5)!! They really should just package them together for less cost and packaging filling up the landfills. Where is the environmental concern with jetboil anyway??? My stability kit didn't even come in a recyclable plastic package? I had to buy it from a different site, because didn't have it in stock?? It's alot of money and headache for a frying pan!!

                  Put Street Taco Stands to the test!

                    Screw the whole "meal in a bag" idea. Try this: Corn tortillas, lil bit of oil, and pre-made meat. Place 2 tortillas down with some oil, flip, then add meat. This bad @$$ pan will fry them up better then Ol' Mexico and better then the taco stands downtown. Cool device. Get it. All your friends will make fun of you if you don't.

                    does any one make a light weight 10" fry...

                    does any one make a light weight 10" fry pan to take on a back pack fishing trip ?

                    Does anyone have any good backcountry...

                    Does anyone have any good backcountry recipes? I'm tired of the freeze dried stuff.