Jetboil Minimo Stove Cooking System
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The Jetboil MiniMo focuses specifically on the outdoor cooking experience. Through use of a re-proportioned cooking cup, and revolutionary new valve technology, MiniMo provides unsurpassed performance, control, and usability. Starting with the innovative new valve design, MiniMo delivers the finest simmer control of any upright canister system on the market. MiniMo ensures this consistent performance down to -6°C. It's redesigned cooking cup, the perfect combination of size, sturdy metal handles, and optimised height, provides users with an easy-to-eat experience.
- Redesigned valve and regulator for unmatched simmer control
- Metal handles provide a robust interface for both cooking and eating
- Convenient push-button igniter
- Lower Spoon angle for easier eating right from the cup
- Insulating drink-through lid & measuring cup
- Clever sideways burner storage minimizes pack space
- Fuel Canister Stabilizer included
- Compatible accessories include a NEW MiniMo-sized Coffee Press, Hanging Kit, and Pot Support
- Pot Support and Jetpower fuel sold separately
- Colour: Carbon with Line Art
- Item Weight: 14.6 oz (415 g) * System weight does not include fuel stabilizer.
- Volume: 1 Litre (32 oz)
- Boil Time: 0.5 Litres (16 oz) = 2 minutes, 15 seconds (avg over life of Jetpower canister)
- Water Boiled: 12 Liters per 100g Jetpower canister
- Dimensions: 127 mm x 152mm (5" x 6")
- Power: 6,000 BTU/h (1.75kW)
Outdoor Gear Lab Top Pick Award
Outdoor Gear Lab, 2018
Backpacker Magazine 2015 Editors’ Choice: Jetboil MiniMo
"The MiniMo upends what we thought we knew about “personal cook systems,” the integrated stove/pot design that Jetboil pioneered in 2004. Like its predecessors, the MiniMo has lightning-fast boil times (it averaged 2 minutes and 21 seconds for 20 ounces at room temp in our controlled test) and efficient fuel consumption (expect about 9 liters of boiled water for a 3.5-ounce fuel canister). But, unlike all its predecessors, it can actually simmer: We kept a pot of soup over a low flame for nearly 10 minutes without adjusting the stove or scorching our meal. The trick? A larger regulator and more finely tunable fuel flow allow for unprecedented control, even at high elevations. And while the simmering is what seduced us, we also like the 1-liter pot’s key features: PVC-coated, flip-out metal handles for easier pouring; a stay-put lid with drinking spout and strainer; and an included pot stabilizer and 10-ounce plastic bowl. And if you want more capacity for your elaborately simmered meals, check out the newly redesigned, 1.8-liter Sumo, which uses the same burner. Minor gripes: Simmering worked best in calm, wind-free conditions; canisters larger than 3.5 ounces won’t pack inside the pot; and the Piezo ignition, as is common with such sparkers, had trouble starting at altitudes above 8,000 feet."