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Jetboil MiniMo Cooking System

$149.95
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Boil and go.

Once you hit the summit, bust out your Jetboil MiniMo Cooking System and enjoy a hot cup of tea with an unparalleled view. Ideal for solo backpacking trips and day hikes when you might need something hot to keep you going, this light and compact personal cooking system provides excellent boil time, simmer control, and a convenient cooking cup from which you can eat or drink. At the top of the system is an insulated drink-through lid that doubles as a measuring cup, so you don't end up with runny freeze-dried meals. Sturdy metal handles reduce the risk of burns while you cook and eat, and included fuel stabilizers ensure your stove stays secure while you cook. The MiniMo is compatible with Jetboil's MiniMo coffee press for those who prefer a good cup of coffee in the backcountry. 

  • Canister fuel system
  • Compact personal cooking system
  • Simmer control
  • Push-button igniter
  • Fuel canister stabilizer included
  • Metal handles for cooking and eating
  • Insulating drink-through lid and measuring cup
  • MiniMo-sized coffee press compatible
  • Hanging kit and pot support compatible
  • Provides consistent performance down to 20F
  • Item #JET000B

Material
[burner] stainless steel, [handles] metal, [cup] anodized aluminum, [cup cozy] neoprene
Fuel Type
canister (butane)
Burn Time
[16oz] 2 minutes, 15 seconds
Simmer
yes
Fuel Bottle/Canister Included
no
Dimensions
5 x 6in
Recommended Use
backpacking, camping
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65

Warning:

This product can expose you to chemicals including 1,3-Butadiene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 3

Hot water on a tour

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Used this for a 2,100 mile bike tour this summer. It is insanely efficient. One minor worry I had was being able to buy high-performance stove fuel in remote areas--but it turns out they stock the Coleman brand at Wal-Mart. So that was no trouble. One annoying complaint: the spark button broke after two days. That, from what I've heard, is a very common issue. So: definitely don't leave home without a lighter.

>Rating: 5

Excellent!

Works like a champ and is super lightweight! Easy to use. Highly recommended!

>Rating: 5

Not enough stars

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I can't rave about this enough! It was absolutely perfect right out of the box. I bought it for a last minute backpacking trip and it worked splendidly for 2 of us. It did feel/look a little bulky at first, but it's light and makes it so you don't have to bring a pot or mug or bowl. It functions as all of those! I love the new shape that makes it short instead of the tall, older models so you can actually fit your spoon in without getting food all over your hands if you eat out of the pot. We used this to boil water and for hot chocolate, so I don't know how well it cooks yet, but I bought this because it has the simmer option so on longer trips I can actually cook instead of just re-hydrate ready meals. I loved being able to drink the hot chocolate right out of the pot. Grabbing the pot is not a problem with the insulated sleeve. I'd say it boiled water in about 2 minutes at around 9000-10000 foot altitude, spring weather. The igniter was also amazing! For someone looking for a lighter weight option that still has the simmer option but without the pot, check out the Jetboil MightyMo Stove!

>Rating: 5

So awesome for backpacking!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This stove was lightweight, and easy to use. Perfect for 2 people and boils within minutes. No lighter is needed to start the flame, making it very safe and user friendly. One of my favorite features is it includes an insulated drink-through lid that also doubles as a strainer and measuring cup. Super stoked on this purchase.

>Rating: 5

Quick and Easy

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Jetboil is the fastest boil in the industry, this stove is compact, quick, and easy to use. It is perfect for backpacking due to it's size and the amount of water you can boil in a short amount of time. I'd recommend this to anyone who goes camping, literally anyone.

>Rating: 5

Watch This

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Hey, are you tryna boil the heck out of some water? LOOK NO FURTHER, The Jetboil MiniMo Stove boils the heck out of some water. My grandma says ‘a watched pot never boils’ she’s clearly never watched a Jetboil boil water. It’ll boil water in just minutes, watch or don’t. And heck, if my grandma was wrong about that, what else could she be wrong about? Am I not the smartest, best looking, funniest kid in school? …No I definitely am all of those things, she just must not have known much about science. The insulated drink lid allows you to drink straight from the cup, and the push button igniter saves the day if you’ve forgotten your lighter. It’s a nice thing, get one, or don’t, I’m not your grandma!

>Rating: 5

Powerhouse

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This is fast little toughie! It will boil your water in minutes, even inthe wind. If you find yourself if the worst winds, the MSR Windburner is more efficient. But, this has the igniter switch, which is rad. I haven't used it enough to know how long it last be fore malfunctioning or getting dirt trapped. Maybe never?!?! Get the Sumo, if you're cooking for a crew. For 2 people, the mini mo is perfect.

>Rating: 5

Rob

Bought this because it has simmer control. Plan to use it for motorcycle trips off the beaten path. Have used it several times and am very pleased with how well it works. It's much more than for just boiling water. I tried out the simmer control by making and simmering enchilada sauce. Simmer control worked great had nothing stuck to bottom worked great

>Rating: 5

Eat, Sleep, Camp, Repeat

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is my first Jetboil so I can't personally compare it to other models but this thing is awesome! The simmer control is a huge bonus and it starts up very easily. Boils the whole cup of water in just a couple minutes. Having the strainer option on the lid is clutch when your coffee press gets a little rogue as well so you don't end up with a mouthful of grinds. 10 out of 10, 5 stars, two thumbs up. Cannot recommend this enough!

>Rating: 5

Everything you'd expect

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Picked up a mini mo stove as a second option for a personal cooking system. The main attraction of this stove was the smaller size, integrated igniter, and SIMMER CONTROL. Having the ability to boil water quick, or simmer onions for spaghetti is a major appeal. This also allows for double duty when car camping, doing more than just quick coffee.

>Rating: 5

Why would you buy any other brand?

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

JetBoil is the way to go when backpacking, super light weight and gets the job done...mini mo is good for one or two people(meal size) and doesn't take up too much room in your pack...also awesome that everything folds into itself so there's no room for lost/broken parts.

>Rating: 5

My honest review after 10 month of use

Pro: fast, efficient Con: heat spot, heavy Please see my review video for detail. Feel free to ask questions below the video.

Thanks for the video, Zach!

>Rating: 5

Bought one for me and one for the family

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Our old backpacking stove is probably 20 years old at this point. Still does the job, but to boil enough water to make dinner for 6 of us was a bit of a pain. Went backpacking with a buddy last summer that had one of these and I was blown away at how well it worked. Decided to grab one for myself and one for the family to replace theirs. Haven't used it other than testing it out at home, but based on everything I've read and trying out my buddies I'm stoked to have one.

>Rating: 5

Love My MiniMo

I like the smaller one because it has a wider opening and is great for making food right in the canister. It's also lighter for packing. My friends have the larger Flash version and it's great for a few more people. JetBoils really are awesome to have, even for cat camping.

>Rating: 5

Super reliable

I have had such good success with my Jetboil that this is my second one. Regardless of the weather, they fire right up and it's super handy to not have to carry a lighter whilst backpacking. the attachments are affordable and handy as well.

>Rating: 5

Awesome Upgrade

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I was so stoked when Jetboil came out with a stove that would simmer. I have been a fan of the original model for making coffee at basecamp and for backpacking meals. I do prefer cooking real food when in the backcountry and so far have been impressed with the simmer capabilities. I have been able to saute a few vegis and tomatoes for a quick sauce over some quick cook rice. Looking forward to more meals to come!

>Rating: 5

Mini Mo stove

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I bought this stove shortly after it came out. I have used it often, at one point daily, in good temps (never below 40). It boils water quickly, but more importantly, I've been able to cook spagetti and meat sauce (boil noodles, remove, put in bowl, saute onions and garlic, add meat and cook, then add sauce and simmer), picadillo, vegetable stew, shrimp creole, chili, and beef stew all from scratch. I use the 230gm bottles and they last for days, including for long (2h) simmer times. I love the push button ignition, but i do keep a lighter as a backup. The wider and lower cup makes it easier to cook in. A couple of cons are - when turning simmer down very low, it can easily be blown out in winds and it will also only simmer the center of the pot, requiring stirring every few minutes. Compared to other stoves it is heavy. It requires an adapter to use non-Jetboil pots or pans. Overall I'm very happy with my stove and have recommended it to friends in the past.

>Rating: 5

Couldn't Believe My Eyes!

One second I had still water and in just a blink of an eye my water was rolling boil! Pretty unbelievable. I would definitely go with this Jet Boil Minimo Stove. Sturdy, light(ning) fast and easy to use. I have put it to the test countless times and I have never been disappointed, in fact I have been the exact opposite- my expectations were blown out of the water. Definitely go with this product.

>Rating: 5

Lightning fast

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Boils water so quickly that it's worth the investment even if only to get your coffee earlier in the morning and in what you'll save on gas! So efficient. The one tricky thing can be getting it off the burner when hot - I never twist it to lock it down and that helps.

>Rating: 5

Ready for any adventure

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

The JetBoil MiniMo is one hell of a stove. To begin with right out of the packaging, it is lightweight, which is awesome for taking on backpacking trips or even day hikes if you’re feeling more into making a lunch at 10,000 feet. As is standard for many compact stoves in this realm, the MiniMo packs down inside of itself, meaning that it is able to be carried with ease, never having to waste space when packing for a trip. The packable nature helps keep everything in one package, which means that losing pieces is harder than you’d think. The canister fuel system is easy to set up and a synch to light. This stove fires up every time with no problems on account of the push-button ignitor that comes standard. This stove uses a piezo ignitor to make lighting as easy as pushing a button. A piezo ignitor works by creating an electric charge (no batteries required, just to be clear) and using a spring-loaded hammer to strike quartz and spark, igniting the gas. In addition to this, the bowl on the MiniMo is larger than the one on the popular Flash system, which is better for making food as opposed to boiling water. With a blistering boil time of 2 minutes 15 seconds (per ½ liter of water), they system will have your coffee ready before you’re done untying those boots after a hard day of hiking. Once you’re done brewing, you can throw the stove on simmer, which is an awesome feature for such a small stove. Some more awesome features of this stove include the fuel stabilizer, which comes included and does pack into the system once done, and the handles on the bowl, making it easy to hold while drinking/eating. In addition to that, the stoves comes with a lid so that you can drink directly from the bowl once you’ve brewed yourself some coffee. In all, this is a great system for anyone looking for an extremely efficient camp stove that can be used in any situation. Make sure that you check this out if you’re searching for the right stove, once you give it a chance, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it before!

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Does anyone know if a 230g fuel canister (10.8*9cm) + burner can fit inside the MiniMo?

Hank, Great question! I just went to my gear room and put a 230g canister in my MiniMo. When the 230g canister is inside the MiniMo you can then only attach the lid. There is almost no rattle. But you can't put the stove inside as well with a 230g canister. Hope this helps! Let me know what other questions you've got. Jared D. Expert Gearhead 801.736.4336 jdowns@backcountry.com

>Rating:

What is the fluid oz. capacity of the MiniMo? (did I miss it? Can't find that info in the product description or discussion.) Thx.

The JetBoil MiniMo has a 1 Liter Pot which technically works out to 33.8oz. That's just over 4 cups or one Nalgene bottle.

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can the plastic cup that stores on the bottom handle hot foods? i.e. mixing instant oatmeal with boiling water.

Yes, i have used the jet boil flash on multiple trips and cooked food in the container and poured it into the plastic cup and had no issues thus far. The plastic is very sturdy and can handle fairily high temperatures. My only regret about buying the stove in general is the size. I have a jet boil flash and I would be more satisfied with a smaller size and a simmer temperature control feature.