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Jetboil Flash Compact Hiking Stove With Stabilizer Legs


Sale price $133.00 Regular price $147.00

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The Jetboil Flash is a fast, compact, efficient cooking system. Boiling water may not be rocket science, but doing it in 2mins 30secs takes a lot more than rubbing two sticks together. To create the New Jetboil Flash, Jetboil challenged every aspect of their 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.


    • 1.0 litre FluxRing® cooking cup with insulating cozy
    • Cozy features color-change temperature indicator
    • Adjustable burner with a push-button igniter
    • Insulating drink-through lid and measuring cup
    • Stabilizer tripod included
    • Cannister not included/sold separately
    • Ignition Type: Push Button


    Color: Carbon
    Height: 9.5
    Item Weight: 14 oz (400 g) * System weight does not include pot support and fuel stabilizer.
    Volume: 1 Litre (32 oz)
    Boil Time: 0.5 Litres (16 oz) = 2 minutes, 30 seconds (avg over life of Jetpower canister)
    Water Boiled: 12 Liters per 100g Jetpower canister
    Dimensions: 104 mm x 180mm (4.1" x 7.1")
    Jetboil Flash - Outdoor Gear Lab's Best Buy Award
    "The Flash is Jetboil's tried and true basic model. The Flash does not have the bells and whistles of some of its brothers and sisters like the Jetboil Sol, but it has all you need to boil water fast. It wins our Best Buy Award because at $100 USD it provides great bang for your buck, and is much cheaper than most other integrated canister stoves. The Flash is fast and efficient at boiling water, and we really like the color changing heat indicator on its cozy that lets us know the water is ready before it boils over. Key features include a one-liter insulated pot, piezo auto ignition, water temperature indicator, and a lock that secures the stove and pot into one stable unit."
    Outdoor Gear Lab, 2015