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Jetboil MicroMo Stove


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Why We Like The MicroMo Stove

Weighing just twelve ounces and packing all the quick-boiling strength of a Jetboil, the MicroMo Personal Cooking System is what we turn to when we need an ultralight backpacking stove that boils water in just over two minutes. The MicroMo has the same wind-blocking shroud that can be found on stoves nearly twice its weight, and we love that it offers reliable cold-weather performance with the ability to run consistently in temperatures down to 20F.

  • Ultralight cooking system for backpacking food and drink prep
  • 27oz FluxRing cooking cup with coozy, handle, and lid
  • Piezo ignition with adjustable heat regulator for precise control
  • Integrated wind-shroud protects flame from breezes
  • Fuel canister stabilizer included for a sturdy platform
  • Compatible with all Jetboil accessories
  • Item #JET000V

[cup] aluminum
Fuel Type
Boil Time
2min 15sec
Burn Time
[100g] 12L water boiled
Heat Output
6000 BTU
Piezo Ignition
Fuel Bottle/Canister Included
4.1 x 6.5in
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Great Tool for Efficient Alpine Travel

I've put it through the wringer

I now take this for all my water and cooking needs. I normally pack quite minimally, and this is very light weight and comfortably fits in my relatively small pack. I only boil water in it (which also purifies the water), which I then can either mix with dry meals in the pouch or with hot chocolate (thus no need to clean it). Every part of the stove and fuel packs up nicely into the cup. The small fuel canister usually lasts for about two days of meals plus some snow melting.

>Rating: 5


I've used it several times

Definitely an essential for bike/backpacking. It made cooking a breeze in the mornings and is quick to boil water for coffee. Light weight enough for a backpack and each canister of fuel will last long enough for at least a few meals.

>Rating: 5

Essential In A Camp Kitchen

I've put it through the wringer

I got a Jetboil as a gift some years back and was skeptical. At this point, its pretty much a staple of most people's camp kitchens as well as my own - in both the car camping and backpacking. Pros: - Such a cinch to use. Boils water in minutes and lets you grub down when you're getting hangry on the trail. - If you get the smallest fuel canister size, it packs within the cup, along with everything else. Pretty slick. - Might be a bit heavier than other backpacking stoves, but worth it in my opinion in terms of ease of use and performance. Cons: - Water can boil over pretty quickly, watch your fingers. Along those lines, trying to boil anything more viscous (some soups and other foods) and it'll boil over almost for sure. - My own igniter has quit sparking and I know a few other people who have had their Jetboil's igniters stop working also. Not a huge deal, just have to use a lighter to start it. If you don't already own a Jetboil and enjoy eating anything warm in the outdoors, this should be your next purchase. Feel free to reach me at 801.204.4547 or if you have any questions on it or want help getting a camp kitchen put together!


If I’m using the smaller fuel canister to boil 1 cup of water, how long will the fuel last or how many total cups will it boil?

>Rating: 4

Stellar Product

I've put it through the wringer

Super easy to pack and use. We love it! This is a must have for any backpacking trip and/or camping. It boils water instantly. I highly recommend it!

>Rating: 5

Easy set up and Lightweight

I've used it several times

Easy set up and Lightweight, great for the backcountry. Used numerous times without any issues.


JetBoil MicroMo


Is this the same burner as the MiniMo? Would I be able to fit a MiniMo burner in a .8L cup?

Hey David - This is same burner as the MiniMo system and the burner is best stored inside the pot, both for the MiniMo and MicroMo. The burner might fit in a 0.8L cup but it would depend on the diameter. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions. - Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead