Has Jetboil rested on its laurels? No, indeed not. Jetboil is now on what I would consider its third generation of stoves, the new, high-tech Jetboil Sol.
|The new, compact, lightweight Jetboil Sol|
The new version of the Jetboil has a significantly lightened up burner consisting of far less material.
|The new burner of the Jetboil Sol|
|The improved piezoelectric ignition of the Jetboil Sol (upper left of burner head)|
|Universal pot support (top) and folded up canister legs (bottom)|
|The canister legs help prevent the stove from tipping over|
The universal pot support locks securely into place. This isn't just some cheesey little metal thing that rests up on top of the burner just waiting to be knocked off. No, when rotated and locked into place, I found that I could suspend the stove from the universal pot support. Now, that is a solid connection!
|You can hold the stove up by the pot supports -- when they're locked in place.|
|A Jetboil Sol with an Evernew 1300ml pot on top|
|Preparing to do some real cooking on a Jetboil Sol|
I thank you for joining me on another Adventure in Stoving,
All JetBoil related posts
- Titanium JetBoil Sol -- Caution
- Aluminum JetBoil Sol -- Cooking Report #1
- Aluminum JetBoil Sol -- Trail Report #1 and Cooking Report #2
- Aluminum JetBoil Sol -- Cooking Report #3
- Aluminum JetBoil Sol -- Trail Report #2 and Cooking Report #4
- Review: The New Jetboil Sol (on Seattle Backpackers Magazine)
A review of the new Jetboil Sumo pot (1.8 liter)
|The new Jetboil Sumo pot (1.8 liter)|