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Jetboil MiniMo Stove

$149.95

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Why We Like The MiniMo Stove

One of our favorite backpacking stoves is now available in a smaller size for easier packing and more efficient cooking. This is an obvious choice for solo treks, but the 1-liter canister can hold the exact amount of boiled water needed for most dehydrated meals portioned for two.

  • Mini stove for backpacking, camping, and climbing
  • Have a hot cup of tea at the top of the trail in under 3 minutes
  • Sideways burner storage takes up less pack space
  • Convenient piezo ignitor makes starting simple
  • Advanced simmer control with redesigned valve
  • Eat right from the cup with lower spoon angle
  • Item #JET001I

Material
[burner] stainless steel, [handles] metal, [cup] anodized aluminum, [cup cozy] neoprene
Fuel Type
canister (butane)
Boil Time
[16oz] 2 minutes 15 seconds
Burn Time
[100oz, max flame] 60min
Heat Output
6,000 BTU/h
Piezo Ignition
yes
Simmer
turn-to-adjust simmer (4 turns of adjustment)
Fuel Bottle/Canister Included
no
Dimensions
5 x 6in
Claimed Weight
14.6oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, mountaineering, 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: 5

Don™’t Leave Home Without It

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

I bought this after using a friend’s Jetboil Flash and WOW did the MiniMo exceed my expectations. It is light, compact, and keeps almost everything you need together in 1 canister. In have no™t put it through the ringer (yet), but it has performed flawlessly even throughout torrential downpours and high winds. The igniter has worked every time (I did have to bend the metal wire on one occasion so the spark ignited the burner but that was my fault) and the simmer control is a really nice feature. My only suggestion for improvement is to have a snap or lock on lid for the top - I still give it 5 stars and definitely recommend it, but a more secure lid would be nice.

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>Rating: 5

Great Setup

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Although it does take a bit of space in your pack, the reliability and convenience is worth it. I've used several times when backpacking and in adverse weather conditions. The igniter is very convenient and works great. It boils water in a couple minutes (literally) and cleans very well with its non-stick surface. You can fit a 100g fuel canister inside, with the stove, if you lay them on their sides. Plus, with the Flux ring on the bottom, it burns fuel so efficiently that a 100g canister will go a long way. I got my Minimo in Multicam, however the stove is black, not green.

>Rating: 2

Leans like the tower of piza

Both units I received (original order and replacement) are crooked. They lean to such a degree that the stove has to be on an unlevel surface in order to safely boil without risking boilover. For $150, this shouldnt be a problem. I'll stick to my 15 year old jetboil. They were made more reliably, back in the day.

Sounds like user error. I’ve had two, and never have a problem leveling. Also, it’s “Pisa”.

>Rating: 2

Not bad, not great

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I bought it because it has an igniter and the ability to simmer, which my former, less expensive camp stove did not have. It takes up more space in my backpack because you can't nest the canister in the cup (unless you buy the 100g ones, which you'll need to carry more of than the 230g so that beats the purpose). It works well when you can ignite it, but I've had too many times where the igniter just doesn't work. Sent it in for repair, igniter was replaced, and within 3 uses it doesn't work anymore, despite following the manufacturer's directions (not to place the cup until after the stove was ignited). The idea is great, the quality not so much. Yes, I can (and do) carry a lighter with me, but if that's the case why spend so much money on a stove with a feature that doesn't work? An igniter is a pretty basic piece, if it fails so quickly and often there's a QA issue, that shouldn't arise with an expensive stove.

Hey Itay, Thanks for writing this review! Oftentimes the issue with the igniter is the small metal piece at the end is bent away from the fuel so it's not sparking in the right spot. Try giving it a bend toward the burner and it should work much better!!

>Rating: 5

I used this for a whole season AMAZING!

This is now an essential piece of equipment for backpacking, hiking and outdoor activities. I can literally make hot chocolate, coffee, soups in less than 5min from setup to eating. This is the best portable stove I’ve ever used. I was using this once tailgating next to a guy setting up a full barbecue with a burner. He was still sitting up by the time we were finished eating!

>Rating: 5

Cooks in 15 Degree Weather

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

Used this to cook and melt snow on a winter trip. Works perfectly. Here's proof:

Used
>Rating: 5

Perfect for Backpacking!

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

I took this MiniMo an a 3 day backpacking trip and it was perfect for boiling just enough water for 2 people for meals or for 2 cups of coffee. Light and efficient -- easy to pack (and could even fit the gas and lighter into the cup for compact packing. Gets the job done!

>Rating: 1

Why?

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Heavy, expensive, over the top, and full of unneeded accessories. An MSR pocket rocket is 100x better AND way cheaper.

I've had a pocket rocket for 15 years. I prefer any of my jetboils.

>Rating: 5

AWESEOMEEEEE

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

This was a great gift for my boyfriend. He loved how light and compact it is. It was a little bigger than I was expecting but since he loves it, it's a winner. Be aware that these don't come with the canister, but they are super easy and cheap to find!

>Rating: 5

Get the jet

These are so awesome!! They do what they say, which is pack light, and boil water quick!

>Rating: 5

The Bomb!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

If I am not going UL with my alcohol stove, doing Marine Corps shenanigans, or I am the camp chef for an outing this is my go too. The regulator/coffee press allows me to steam veggies, dry bake, simmer one pots, french press coffee, you name it. If you aspire to do more than boil water this is the stove for you!

>Rating: 5

Really Great Stove

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This thing is a total all-star. It's light, packs away small, and will cook / boil anything you need it to. Definitely an essential piece of equipment for my multi-day hiking trips.

>Rating: 5

Great Stove!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This stove has been a perfect edition to my camping supplies. I have typically used a larger burner (whisp) but the ease of use on this stove is much better.

>Rating: 5

Love the addition of simmering

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I've had a Jetboil Flash for a few years and it worked wonderfully for boiling water drinks/dehydrated or freeze dried meals, etc. But the big issue had always been turning down the flame to simmer. Well this MiniMo stove will turn way down to simmer. It adds a ton of versatility to your cooking in the backcountry. I have used it to simmer homecooked meals and just keep a meal warm until we are ready to eat. Much better stove. Also the pot is not as tall and thus much easier to eat out of. And the piezo starter has worked flawlessly for me.

>Rating: 5

Essential Piece of Backpacking gear

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These jetboils are such an awesome invention. The spark lighter gets the flame going instantly, and the flame doesn't blow out in the wind. Perfect for boiling water really fast for any sort of backcountry meal or hot drink. They don't take up much room in your pack because it all packs within itself (fuel doesnt pack inside container). All in all a must piece of gear for backpackers.

>Rating: 5

Jetboil MiniMo Product Tour

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Jetboil MiniMo Product Tour

>Rating: 5

Great Cooking System

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This is a great cooking system, and boils water amazingly fast. We brought it on a backpacking trip soon after purchasing it, and it worked great. It fits within the cup, which made it easy to pack. Meals were easy with the MiniMo, which gave us more time to enjoy the lake we hiked to. In fact, we liked how quick it was so much, that we also bought a larger butane canister to bring it along when we go car camping. It was great to pull out in the morning and warm our kids up with some hot chocolate. No complaints about this one.

Thank you Charlie for the great review...I'll definitely have to bring hot chocolate on my next car camping trips!

>Rating: 5

Perfect size, fast

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I use this for boiling water for Mountain house packs and making coffee. it's really fast, and I've had jetboils before. Nice that it has marks on it for the typical mountain house required water amount.

>Rating: 5

works great

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

took this to a festival last weekend. easy to set up, start, and, clean.

>Rating: 3

Love the stove, the starter is a pain

The starter stopped working after a couple of uses, not a huge deal but kind of a drag. Other than that the stove is great, boils crazy fast and reasonably light.

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Does this product come with the Jetboil pot support?

If you're referring to the fuel canister stabilizing base legs, then yes, that is included.

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Does this product come with the Jetboil pot support?

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Does this product come with the Jetboil pot support?

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Does the package include pot support?

Yes! It does. I just ordered mine and it came with the pot support as part as the whole package.