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Jetboil Jetgauge

It's always a gamble bringing a canister that you used on a previous backpacking trip, and while shaking the canister might give you a general idea how much gas is left, Jetboil's Jetgauge is far more effective. This gauge has four different settings: three for differently sized canisters, and an extra for weighing smaller gear, because every ounce counts.
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3.5 based on 16 ratings

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1 out of 5 stars

October 2, 2023

Does not allow me to change settings

Got this before a 5 day hike with a friend. Because it was her first ever overnighter over a single night, I wanted to reassure her big packing fears, one of which was running out fuel. Sadly the gauge would only show percentages for 450g canisters, while we would be hiking with 100g ones. I tried holding down the power button to switch what canister size the gauge was reading for, and instead it decided to become a simple scale and has refused to change settings again since.

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

1 out of 5 stars

October 14, 2021

Not accurate

Not accurate, gets a different reading on the same bottle. Used a bottle for 5 days cooking all my meals with it and the gauge still shows 100%

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

3 out of 5 stars

October 7, 2021

Weight-based, no a pressure measurement

Our expectations for the JetGauge were very different than what we received, I should have read the reviews more thoroughly. Please know the Jet Gauge does not measure the pressure of fuel left in the can, the Jet Gauge is a weight-based best guess electronic device. Our needs will also vary between the 100g and 250g fuel canisters when traveling, camping, or hiking so please ensure you select the correct fuel cell size before you weigh the fullness of remaining fuel. Once you have the correct size selected you will need to thread the mount to the can, lift by the electronic gauge, and see where the percentage finishes if you have a steady hand.

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Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

5 out of 5 stars

September 23, 2021

Very Useful

Extremely useful in gaging how much fuel is left for cooking and when to change out fuel cans. Always happy with Jetboil products.

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

5 out of 5 stars

June 24, 2021

Very useful

Saved us from taking an almost empty canister on a camping trip because we could tell there was only 1% fuel left.

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

1 out of 5 stars

December 24, 2020

Different measurement every time

I get a different result for the same canister every time. Concerns me that this is just a gimmick and not really a reliable tool.

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

5 out of 5 stars

July 31, 2020

Quick & Correct

This solved the growing collection of half filled gas we collected due to anxieties about running out while backpacking and always grabbing a new one!

Dr B
Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

2 out of 5 stars

May 28, 2020

It's a decent tool, but I wish it was smaller.

It's a decient tool to evaluate a canister level, but my readings tend to vary a lot (by 6-7 %) the connection screw hub is awkward to use, and it's a lot bigger than I thought it would be. It has a lot of room for improvement.

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

4 out of 5 stars

February 23, 2019

The connector really does fit on the canisters

If you get one of these, note that the threads on the canister connector are set about 3/16" down the throat of the connector. So it may look like the connector just slips over the threads on the canister and then slips off, but if you slide the connector down until it stops and then carefully & attentively turn & guide the canister (it may wiggle a bit, so you have to line it up) the threads will engage. I had no end of trouble with this aspect of the JetGauge , but I have to say that JetBoil support was extremely responsive, patient, courteous, and accommodating. The device itself is roughly 3.5" at its widest, 2.5" at its tallest (not counting the hanging canister connector), and 7/8" thick, and weighs 72 g. It really does not do anything that you could not do at home with a desktop gram scale and a bit of arithmetic, but it could come in handier out in the field, which is what I bought it for (paddling trips, where I can afford a bit more bulk & weight than backpacking). It has scales to show % fuel for 100g, 230g, and 400g canisters, plus a plain gram scale, so with some cleverness you might use this to weigh arbitrary small things in the field. A single button operates the device. You first reset & tare the device by briefly pressing the button -- you must do this while holding the JetGauge steady & upright while the connector hangs down unloaded, or you will get faulty readings (the connector itself weighs about 4 g). Then apply the load (e.g., thread the canister onto the connector) and hold the JetGauge steady until the reading blinks three times and then holds the final reading (I could see LCD segments for a "HOLD" indicator, but on my sample this never lit up). You must remove the load and reset the JetGauge as above before starting another reading. To examine accuracy, I did some comparisons against a desktop scale using three empty "100g" canisters, two full ones, and one partially used canister. Once I learned to carefully reset the JetGauge as described above, the gram scale on the JetGauge exactly matched the readings on my desktop scale in every case. Based on my desktop scale & calculations, my partial canister should have 81% left, while the JetGauge read 79%. (Note that empty canisters weigh 97 to 98 g.) I look forward to using this on a trip. Until now, I have gotten by with packing a mini Sharpie (length 3.5", weight 6 g) in with my JetBoil Flash kit, and adding a mark to the canister for each "burn". I know from experience that I can get 16-25 burns out of a canister (so an average of 4-6 g/burn). The JetGauge will make a fun supplement to this system. In sum, the JetGauge serves a fairly specific purpose, and takes some care to get good readings. With those qualifications understood, I can recommend this.

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

5 out of 5 stars

August 18, 2018

Works perfect

No issues works perfect. Keeps you up to date on your fill level.

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors