The Jetboil Flash Stove adds more enjoyment to your favorite outdoor adventure. Like all of Jetboil’s innovative systems, Flash is an all-in-one design, combining burner and cooking vessel in one compact unit. Everything you need is stacked and stored inside the 1.0 liter cooking cup. The system lights with the click of a button and within two minutes provides two cups of boiling water for cocoa, coffee, instant soup or a gourmet freeze-dried meal. The newly designed burner secures the igniter, protecting it from bumps along the road.
Flash™ is designed to be one of the safest cooking solutions out there. The cooking cup clips onto the burner, preventing accidental spills, and the fuel canister tripod ensures overall stability. The insulating cozy has a color-changing heat indicator that signals when contents are hot.
4.8 out of 5
April 24, 2012
I finally splurged on price and bought the jetboil stove. I was really surprised by how easy and how fast it was. I put the pot on the stove, screwed on the canister, attached the canister support, added water, turned the fuel knob until I heard the hiss, pushed the button and, whoosh, I had boiling water in no time! I remembered a previous bad experience, fumbling around with matches trying to light an old MSR stove while my fingers were freezing. I wish I had had this stove then. I still think liquid fuel has some advantages, but this is sooooo easy.Pros: Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
Jet Boil Flash Stove
March 09, 2011
I love this stove. Very very light weight. Hands down best back packing stove money can by. I love the coffee press! Everything is nesting and fits nicely in one of my side pouches on my back pack. This also works great with other pots and pans as it can also be used as a stand alone burner.Pros: Performance, Ease of use, Great value, Great design, Build quality
January 02, 2012
I took my stove backpacking in the smokys in December.It worked great! My buddies were sill waiting on their water to boil while I was eating. Packs up easily. Utensil holder worked great. I didn't have to look through my bag to find my fork! Great stove! I have already talked my friends into buying one.Pros: Great design, Cons: Cost
Well Thought Out Stove
June 22, 2011
I never bought a Jet Boil because I thought they were unnecessarily heavy and took up unnecessary volume. Why get a Jet Boil when I have my tiny Pocket Rocket that takes up minimal space? As it turns out, the JB is worth its wait and volume. It's quick, well put together, the built in ignition is wonderful, and the "pot" keeps liquid warm for quite a while. So next trip, load up on the tea, coffee, or soup, take your Jet Boil, and have a warm meal or beverage in minutes.Pros: Great design, Performance, Ease of use
May 08, 2011
We use the stove to boil water for coffee and to rehydrate meals. Superfast and lightweight. Good for backpacking when you just need to heat water. Kind of pricey, but worth it.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
July 13, 2012
This stove is great. It works best for one or two people. It is super compact and lightweight so carrying it in a pack does not add much extra weight. It does boil water ridiculously fast. The only downer is there is no in between it is either boiling or not. All though I have found that you can steam cook your noodles. I just let it boil for a couple minutes turn it off and let it sit. So that's handy because then you aren't even using any fuel! Love that you can pick the canister right up and eat or drink right out of it. Overall very happy with my jetboil.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Perfect coffee companion
June 19, 2012
I hike and camp a lot and I especially love cold weather hiking. This is the perfect product for someone like me. It's incredibly compact and I especially like how EVERY SINGLE part breaks down and fits in the canister when you're not using it. Very convenient and you can't say enough about how important it is to have boiling water in such a short amount of time. I carried it in my daypack recently on a long hike. I stopped halfway through the hike and boiled some water for coffee. I also purchased the coffee press accessory from JetBoil and it was definitely worth it. The filter on their coffee press did a better job than my french press at home. It's a little expensive, but when you're freezing cold in the early morning hours on a windy mountain, you will be glad you have it with you.Pros: Great design, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
It's a JetBoil - Enough said!
July 01, 2011
You really can't go wrong at all with this setup. Boil water extremely fast and super easy to use. Most of the backpacking I do requires hot water for almost everything and being able to quickly have some in hand is essential. I use the cup for everything, including cooking in it. I've seen a few on the trail without the temperature gauge on the kuzi and nearly every owner has expressed interest in wishing theirs had the same. The fuel is a little more expensive than other brands but because the system in so efficient I will continue to buy Jet Boil fuel just to keep it all matched up. The utensil holder on the outside never seems to get used but that is hardly something to complain about.Pros: Great design, Performance, Ease of use
Best stove choice
April 09, 2012
Although I have yet to use this in the wild, I fired up the unit to test boil water and was surprised at how fast it boiled - just as advertised. Significantly better than my past white gas system. Lightweight and efficiently compact. Good price from Altec and rapid delivery.Pros: Great design, Ease of use, Great value
Great Hiking Stove
June 13, 2011
This is a great stove, for general 3 season hiking, it is wonderfully designed and very compact and light and easy to carry. Crucially you can boil water for a cup of tea or coffee in 3 minutes in fairly rough conditions without having to to mess around too much.. The convenience and speed of this stove - (no extra pots or pot holders to worry about - just attach the gas canister and light her up) is its greatest benefit - and if I want a stove to grab for a long day hike or overnight this will be my first choice. The only drawback i have found with the stove is that the piezoelectric-electric lighter does not like extremely cold temperatures (below zero F) with very high winds. In these situations i have found it hard to light and had to use windproof matches to get the flame to catch, but any gas stove is going to have difficulties in such conditions anyway. overall though an excellent stove, highly recommended.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Food in a flash
September 18, 2011
I bought the Flash stove just before heading out on a 4-day backpacking trip in the Enchantments. It worked well at our campsite above 5,000 feet. I like the way all the pieces, including the fuel canister, fit inside the cooking pot. The viewing window that shows when the water's almost boiling is a nice improvement over the older model that I've borrowed from my daughter. The sleeve around the cooking pot is very useful when pouring out boiling water. I didn't use the spoon holder on the sleeve but it might come in handy. I've used (and been frustrated by) all sorts of camp stoves over the past 40 years and am happy to report the Flash is the best of the lot!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use, Great value
April 24, 2012
I have really enjoyed the Jetboil, and have no complaints. I bought the coffee press accessory, and love using the Jetboil as a coffee press. Boils so fast!Pros: Great design, Performance, Ease of use
November 28, 2011
After a lot of research I bought the jb and have had no regrets! Best stove on market for boiling water. I only use to boil water for Hawk Vittle meals and coffee. Very fast!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use, Great value, Lasts forever, Performance, Cons: none
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