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  • All parts fit inside the cooking pot for portability and easy storage.
  • Requires a 100g fuel canister (not included).

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They probably use cheap standard sized o-rings you can get from hardware store. Highly unlikely they are using some custom sized o-rings.
This is a cool item and glad you turned me on to it. I'm an avid hunter and use my MSR pocketrocket with a 1L titanium pot for an ultralight setup, it's wonderful and I've turned quite a few people on to it, but the PocketRocket II will run you $40 alone on a good sale. Looking at the weight of the 1L version here and it's not bad at all. The biggest thing is you need the tiny cans to fit them inside the pot, kinda of a bummer it can't fit the 250 in the pot BUT having the wind blockage around the flame and the heat coil are both nice features and I like that the stove fits into the pot. On my setup the lid is a very small pan which is a cool feature, I think the only thing I've ever cooked in it was some grouse giblets because it was my first grouse, otherwise in the field the only thing going on the stove is hot water. Tea, hot cocoa, mountain house / backpackers pantry meals. Otherwise we're out all day so pound bars and trail mix. I would really like if this had the measurements on the pot, but I always have a plastic folding camping cup with lines for measuring ( Wildo made in Sweden, Sierra.com [sierra.com] has the small currently at $1.99 which is 1 cup full, in store they always had the L and I'd recommend buying the Large that is .6 L and works as a bowl or cup ).

Personally, I would recommend the 1L - If you are cooking a Mountain House 2.5 serving package, which is the biggest you'll bring for 2 people, that takes 2 cups of water (0.49L), so even at "full" you could cook for 4 cups of water for 4 people (2 x 2.5s packages that say 5 servings but really, if you're burning calories you have to replenish, we have a harder time keeping caloric intake up while hunting as we're constantly hiking in steep terrain). If you are backpacking in, where weight matters, there is no reason to bring a 1.8L pot to boil water, you aren't cooking anything fancy and if you are you add it to the Mountain House bag ( always buy the backpacking food brands that you cook in the pouch, you pour the water in and let it sit for 10 minutes. Grab a packet of Spicy Thai Tuna and add that in if you want to get fancy ).
I cant see myself ever needing to use this... But it seems like a good deal... Bought one

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Seems like a lot of plastic for a cooking tool. Also it doesn't mention the fuel type?
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limited reviews all seem positive. It's a JetBoil knockoff, which is a good thing as it's a proven system, and at this price is a great deal of you need a 1.8l pot. Replacement parts might be my only concern as there appears to be an o-ring or gasket based on some reviews, so replacing it at some point might be necessary.
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Replacement parts might be my only concern as there appears to be an o-ring or gasket based on some reviews, so replacing it at some point might be necessary.
They probably use cheap standard sized o-rings you can get from hardware store. Highly unlikely they are using some custom sized o-rings.
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Seems likes a really good deal.
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Seems like a lot of plastic for a cooking tool. Also it doesn't mention the fuel type?
100g size fuel canisters which are an isobutane/propane mix.

https://jetboil.johnsonoutdoors.c...power-fuel

Also, purchased. Nice find OP!
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I cant see myself ever needing to use this... But it seems like a good deal... Bought one
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6 oz more than my MiniMo, but also 0.8L more capacity.

Definitely a 2 person stove and possibly a bit big/heavy for a true backpacking stove. Probably pretty good for car camping or overnighters. The boil time claim seems a bit fast... Reported at almost 1/2 the time of the MiniMo, would love to see first hand reports
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I own a maplefire which is just a rebranded one of these. I don't do much camping, but we have taken it on picnics and other events to have hot food on the go. Overall it has worked pretty well for me. It will only fit the smallest canisters of gas and still close. It takes the same gas as a jet boil
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This is a cool item and glad you turned me on to it. I'm an avid hunter and use my MSR pocketrocket with a 1L titanium pot for an ultralight setup, it's wonderful and I've turned quite a few people on to it, but the PocketRocket II will run you $40 alone on a good sale. Looking at the weight of the 1L version here and it's not bad at all. The biggest thing is you need the tiny cans to fit them inside the pot, kinda of a bummer it can't fit the 250 in the pot BUT having the wind blockage around the flame and the heat coil are both nice features and I like that the stove fits into the pot. On my setup the lid is a very small pan which is a cool feature, I think the only thing I've ever cooked in it was some grouse giblets because it was my first grouse, otherwise in the field the only thing going on the stove is hot water. Tea, hot cocoa, mountain house / backpackers pantry meals. Otherwise we're out all day so pound bars and trail mix. I would really like if this had the measurements on the pot, but I always have a plastic folding camping cup with lines for measuring ( Wildo made in Sweden, Sierra.com [sierra.com] has the small currently at $1.99 which is 1 cup full, in store they always had the L and I'd recommend buying the Large that is .6 L and works as a bowl or cup ).

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Nice. I was looking at getting a Jetboil but I find their price to be totally absurd. It's amazing just how expensive camping equipment can be. I'll take my chances on this one.
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Thanks OP. Perfect to throw in the car. Nothing like having coffee or coco after winter day trips. I'll stick with my expensive utlra-light kit for backpacking but at this price it'll be great to have a spare I can beat up in my car.

Worth noting the only thing you'll want do with this is boil water. Even boiling noodles can be a pain with these, as they really only have two settings: off and full power. You will not be able to keep a simmer.

Edit: Do not keep fuel canisters in your car in the summer!!
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