Jetboil Flash Cooking System



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ADVANCED FOR 2018! Boiling water may not be rocket science, but doing it in 100 seconds takes a lot more than rubbing two sticks together. To create the new Flash, we challenged every aspect of our already iconic stove, modeling the combustion and selecting materials to optimize efficiency, speed and precision. The result is our fastest-ever stove: a backcountry cooking system that cuts a full minute off our best boil time. Prepare for liftoff.
  • 1 Liter FluxRing cooking cup with insulating cozy
  • New and improved easy on and off vessel connection
  • New and improved lid for better fit and function
  • New ergonomic design for easy hold and start
  • Thermochromatic, color-change heat indicator

Sku: jb-flash-g2-matrx

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Denver, CO
  • How long have you owned this product? 7 years
  • What is your outdoor experience level? Expert
  • How did this product fit? True to size

Simple, easy to use stove

This stove is great for boiling water to make coffee, tea, or rehydrating food - and that's about it. The flame isn't adjustable (no simmering), and the ignition switch breaks easily. You can still light it turning open the gas and using a lighter.

David Yuong
Yorba Linda, California
  • How long have you owned this product? 1+ years
  • What is your outdoor experience level? Intermediate
  • How did this product fit? True to size

Jetboil Flash

I personally like this. It definitely helps with its rapid boiling. Generally, depending on the temperature of your water, boils in 1 to 2 mins for 1 liter. The pour mouth helps with making coffee or sharing the water with the peeps. Great for backpacking, and works at 7k altitude. Haven't brought it higher, but plan to. Also boils just as fast even in the low temps and high winds. Last winter I had it at Joshua tree and at night, at least where we were, it was wind and in the high 20s to low 30s and it worked just fine. It is nice to able to put the gas and stove in the boiling pot when storing, helps with storage. One of the disadvantages is the need for a pot support adapter for when you wanna use your stove to cook in a pan of some sort. I personally have an adapter for the gas canister so I can use those large Coleman propane tanks, for those group camping.

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