Flash Personal Cooking System
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- 1.0 Liter FluxRing cooking cup with insulating cozy
- Cozy features color-change temperature indicator
- Adjustable burner with efficient igniter design
- Stabilizer tripod included
- Insulating drink-through lid and bottom cover
- Pot support is not included
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|Item Dimensions||5.5 x 5.75 x 9.25 inches|
|Item Weight||1.23 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
The Jetboil Flash cooking system utilizes the same efficient design as the now classic Personal Cooking System (PCS) but adds the additional convenience feature of an external temperature indicator. Designed to capture and focus heat more efficiently than traditional cooking systems, the Flash brings two cups of water to a boil in only two minutes. The Flash's 1-liter insulated and hand-anodized aluminum Jetboil cooking cup connects directly to the high performance burner through the use of Jetboil FluxRing technology, ensuring that less heat is lost during the cooking process. A built-in windscreen allows the Flash to function effectively even under less than optimal conditions. A simple-to-use electric igniter makes lighting the burner and operating the Flash quick and easy. A neoprene lining encases the FluxRing cooking cup, keeping food and beverages warm long after heating. The lining also houses a color change window that alerts you to when the contents are hot. A sip-through lid further helps insulate the contents of the cooking cup and prohibits spills. The protective plastic bottom of the cup can be removed for use as a small bowl or measuring device. Compact and lightweight, the entire Flash cooking system can be stowed inside the FluxRing cooking cup, reducing the entire 15 oz Flash to only 4.1" x 7.1" of packed size. You can customize and expand the use and functionality of your Flash by adding additional FluxRing Companion Cups, a 1.5 Liter FluxRing Cooking Pot or any other Jetboil accessories, sold separately. The Flash requires the use of a Jetpower Fuel canister, sold separately. Each Jetpower Fuel canister provides ample energy to boil 12 liters or 100 cups of water and, at only 3.5 oz., stows conveniently inside the Jetboil cooking cup. The Jetboil Flash cooking system is available in your choice of colors.
Add a little extra fun to your outdoor cooking adventures with the Jetboil Flash personal cooking system. The all-in-one Flash combines an adjustable stainless-steel burner and a 1-liter FluxRing cooking vessel in a single compact unit.
The all-in-one Flash cooking system boils 2 cups of water for cocoa, coffee, instant soup, or other meals.
The Flash is one of the safest outdoor cooking solutions on the market. The cooking cup clips onto the burner, preventing accidental spills, while the fuel canister tripod keeps the entire unit stable while you cook. And you'll know when your liquid is hot thanks to the color-changing heat indicator within the insulating cozy. Other features include a pushbutton "through-cup" igniter, a drink-through lid, an insulating bottom cover/measuring cup, a built-in windscreen that protects the flame during inclement weather, and a neoprene lining within the cup that keeps food and beverages warm.
The Flash runs on 100-gram Jetpower fuel canisters, which provide enough energy to boil 12 liters or 100 cups of water each. The Flash is available in blue, carbon, green, gold, violet, and sapphire.
- Volume: 32 ounces (1 liter)
- Boil time: 2 minutes (1/2 liter)
- Water boiled: 12 liters per 100-gram Jetpower canister
- Dimensions: 4.1 by 7.1 inches
- Weight: 14 ounces
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The instructions that come with the product state: "WARNING! Warm fuel vapor can condense in a very cold burner, spraying fuel. This can cause unsafe flaring. Exercise caution in cold weather. You can be seriously burned"
Here is what happened to me as I was camping in Colorado at 5,000 feet and tried to fire up my Jet Boil at about 20 degrees Farenheit. I assembled the parts and added water to the cup to make some coffee. I opened the gas valve and pushed the ignitor several times. Finally there was fire... on the liquid that was oozing down the side of the burner and set the plastic parts afire destroying the unit.
I learned later that the "four season fuel" wasn't four seasons in Colorado.
I bought a replacement and now keep the fuel in the bottom of my sleeping bag when it is cold outside.
Again, the Jet Boil is an elegant and useful device; but special care must be taken in cold climates.
Hope this helps,
I highly recommend this product.