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Jetboil MiniMo Camping and Backpacking Stove Cooking System
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- Powered by FluxRing technology, the MiniMo reaches a rolling boil in just over two minutes with half the fuel consumption of traditional systems.
- Jetboil's proprietary regulator technology offers incremental heat adjustments from light simmer to full boil, perfect for sautéing greens, simmering sauces, and more.
- Metal handles and a redesigned FluxRing cooking cup—optimized for a low spoon angle—make the MiniMo the perfect vessel for personal cooking and eating.
- Start heating instantly with the convenient, reliable pushbutton igniter; save pack space with the clever sideways burner storage design.
- Includes fuel canister stabilizer; easy to pack and carry at only 14.6 ounces. One-year limited warranty.
- For any adventure—from alpine expedition to a weekend trek—Jetboil offers a stove that will keep you fueled. When exploring the backcountry, a compact and efficient stove is fundamental, no matter the level of cuisine you want to create.
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Jetboil MiniMo Cooking System
Precision Cooking Designed Just For You
The Jetboil MiniMo camping stove combines the versatility and efficiency of a precision cooking system in a convenient and portable form. Featuring powerful FluxRing technology and unparalleled simmer control, the MiniMo is regulated for consistent performance down to 20 degrees Fahrenheit. The 1-liter FluxRing cooking cup has an insulated cozy and metal handles for easier cooking and eating. The bottom cover doubles as a measuring cup and bowl for ease in cooking and preparing hot meals and drinks.
In 2001, Dwight Aspinwall and Perry Dowst revolutionized backcountry cooking by creating a fast, compact and efficient stove unlike anything the world had ever seen—the first-ever Jetboil. And our engineers have been following in their footsteps ever since, relentlessly pushing the limits of what’s possible by inventing technologies that continue to redefine the industry.
- 1-liter FluxRing cooking cup with insulating cozy
- Metal handles for an easier cooking and eating experience
- Unbeatable simmer control
- Regulated for consistent performance down to 20 degrees Fahrenheit (-6 degrees Celsius)
- Bottom cover doubles as a measuring cup and bowl
- Convenient, reliable push-button igniter
Precision Cooking Made Easy
The MiniMo camping stove features a reliable push button ignition and is regulated for consistent performance down to 20 degrees Fahrenheit. The 1-liter cooking cup features an insulated cozy and metal handles for easy cooking and eating.
By increasing the surface area of the bottom of the pot, FluxRing technology makes it possible to heat a conveniently shaped vessel with extremely high efficiency.
Unbeatable Simmer Control
Jetboil regulated canister stoves allow four full turns of the spindle for incremental adjustment of fuel flow with consistent heat output from light simmer all the way to rolling boil.
Expandable and Versatile
Expand the MiniMo's capabilities by adding a Pot Support, 1.5-liter FluxRing Pot, and a Summit Skillet (sold separately) to prepare hot meals on the go.
|MiniMo Cooking System||MicroMo Cooking System||SUMO Cooking System||MightyMo Cooking System|
|Ideal for||Ultimate cooking||Lightweight cooking||Group cooking||Versatility cooking|
|Volume||1-liter Short||.8-liter||1.8-liter||Open Platform|
|Cooking Type||Precision Cook||Precision Cook||Precision Cook||Precision Cook|
|Ignition Type||Push Button||Push Button||Push Button||Push Button|
|Boil Time||2 minutes 15 seconds per .5 liter (average over life of Jetpower can)||2 minutes 15 seconds per .5 liter (average over life of Jetpower can)||4 minutes 15 seconds per liter (average over life of Jetpower can)||3 minutes per liter in FluxRing Cooking Pot (average over life of 1-pound Jetpower can)|
|Water Boiled||12 liters per 100 grams Jetpower can||12 liters per 100 grams Jetpower can||24 liters per 230 grams Jetpower can||12 liters per 100 grams Jetpower can|
|Group Size||1-2 People||1-2 People||2-4 People||1-2 People|
|Weight||14.6 ounces (415 grams)||12 ounces (340 grams)||16 ounces (453 grams)||3.3 ounces (95 grams)|
Built with backpackers in mind, the Jetboil MiniMo cooking system combines Jetboil's tried-and-true efficiency and versatility with a convenient form factor. Powered by FluxRing technology, the MiniMo reaches a rolling boil in just over two minutes with half the fuel consumption of traditional systems. Jetboil's proprietary regulator technology offers incremental heat adjustments from light simmer to full boil, perfect for sautéing greens, simmering sauces, and more. Metal handles and a redesigned FluxRing cooking cup—optimized for a low spoon angle—make the MiniMo the perfect vessel for personal cooking and eating. Start heating instantly with the convenient, reliable pushbutton igniter; save pack space with the clever sideways burner storage design. Includes fuel canister stabilizer; easy to pack and carry at only 14.6 ounces. One-year limited warranty. For any adventure—from alpine expedition to a weekend trek—Jetboil offers a stove that will keep you fueled. When exploring the backcountry, a compact and efficient stove is fundamental, no matter the level of cuisine you want to create.
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It filters out the wind quite well with the guard around the flame and allows for the water to heat in just over 2 minutes depending on how much you're trying to heat at once.
It completely packs up in to one small unit aside from the gas canister. Some people said they could fit their in the pot along with everything else but unless you bought a small fuel canister, i don't see how that works.
The strainer lid on top is also great for cooking pasta. Its also great for controlling the flow of water when you're pouring it into something else. The simmer function on the flame throttle is also nice if you're wanting to sauté some veggies with your meal.
Heats water fast! I did have a little trouble with ignition, but if you find yourself with the same issue (and this seems to be quite common with any brand of this kind of product), try using a needle nose pliers to bend the ignition wire down a little closer to the metal grate. That fixed my problem tout de suite and now it sparks reliably every time.
I liked how this model allows an easier time eating from it with a utensil, because it's not so deep and a little wider. However, because of this, the fuel canister just barely doesn't pack inside it. That is unfortunate because otherwise the whole unit would be self contained and condensed. If they just made it the slightest bit taller to allow this it could be the best of all worlds. As it is now, I feel like there's a little wasted space inside when it's all packed up, but not enough to really do anything with. There is another model, the Micromo, that fits everything inside, but then it seems a little too tall and not as easy to eat out of.
When I used mine just recently, I didn't also bring my Stanley metal cup set because my intention was to replace it with this Minimo. However, since the Minimo has a coozie around it, I found myself sad that I didn't also have something to heat water in the fire, thus being able conserve fuel at times when I'm allowed to build a fire, or to have two means of heating water at once. For instance, my friend could use his cooker for his oatmeal and a metal cup in the fire for his coffee. I had to heat the water in my Minimo for the oatmeal and then put it in the plastic cup that comes with it, and then heat more water for my coffee. But then I'm drinking coffee out of this container that's too wide and there's so much surface area that my coffee gets cold quick, and then the plastic thing isn't as easy to clean as the metal... It's just not ideal. But then if I added some kind of cup to my pack it would yet be another thing to find room for. Well, I looked and looked, and thanks to REI because they have all this stuff out on display as demos, I found the perfectly sized titanium cup that will pack right into the Minimo! The 10 oz. cup that comes in the Snow Peak Titanium Mini Solo Cookset fits right in! It's expensive, as I haven't found the 10 oz. cup offered as a stand-alone purchase, but it's super lightweight and complements the Minimo perfectly while adding no extra volume and hardly any weight!
So really the only reason for 4 stars is because if they could add just another quarter inch to the height of this thing the fuel canister would fit inside it, along with the 10 oz. Snow Peak cup, and yet it would still be easy to eat out of and compact. Maybe the answer is to find a metal cup that fits inside the Micromo model and just deal with it being taller for trying to eat out of. Ultralight packers need to be able to make the most use out of every little thing that takes up room and weight in their packs.
It's SO much easier and more efficient to use my new Jetboil! I used it at least twice a day during a recent car-camping trip. It is fantastic! Easy to set up/put away, my food was ready very quickly, lightweight, space efficient, no smoke!
I chose the MiniMo because it's the only Jetboil that lets you adjust the heat level if you just want to simmer things on low heat, and that seems like a good feature to make your equipment more versatile.
I would recommend it! (Look carefully at the prices though...they vary based on the colors that you choose...for some reason the purple one was about $100 more than any other color...)
I love the fact that you can control the heat from simmer to a violent rolling boil. It boils water very quickly (2 min, 20 seconds for 2 cups of cool water out of the tap.) I used the simmer feature to cook some Ramen noodles It worked fairly well...not perfect, but good enough. Being able to control the temperature/boil of a compact stove is new for me as the last stove I purchased was almost 30 years ago. The wide mouth cup/pot was perfect for stirring during preparation and eating from when the meal was ready to eat. I saw other reviews where the Pezio lighter did not function....the Pezio ignition/lighter works perfectly on my stove.
I know it will drive me crazy, but hopefully I can get used to the fact that the gas control lever operates counter-intuitively. You have to turn it to the left to open the gas jets, and to the right to shut it off. (Exactly the opposite of what we would normally expect.) Why would Jetboil do something like that??? (I have no idea.) I made the mistake of purchasing the larger can of fuel since it was only $1.00 more than the smaller can. I didn't consider that the larger fuel can would have to be packed separately as the fuel and the guts of the stove do not both fit in the cup. I will only purchase the small canisters from here on out so that I can fit it all together when packing it up.
Overall, my 1st impressions are positive. My hope is that it will continue to serve me well over at least a decade (hopefully more).
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Original post: Good little system. My mate has one and after seeing him use it and trying his. I bought one. Heats up pretty fast but for me it’s the compact nature of the product as well with the weight (I’m not going ultralight per se but it’s a major lean to).
Edit: 5 stars to 2 because of customer support.
BUT there is no customer support in the UK. I think I have been unlucky with mine having a faulty burner but when in contacted the UK distributors they were rude and unhelpful and so having to go through my retailer they just want to give me my money back instead of replace it as they have become more expensive now to buy so I think I will look towards the MSR windburner as general forums show that they have people in the UK to talk to.
Do you like your water hot? This thing will boil the crap outta some water in a right quick hurry! You need a quick coffee in the morning after boozing it up on a camping trip, like right freakin' now? BLAM! You got your coffee right there, Boozey! You need some Ramen noodles or you're literally going to starve to death? BLAM! Noodles!
Is it a cup? Is it a bowl? Who freakin' cares, you can use it as both! Coffee? Rum and Coke? Fruit loops? Yeah, it can handle it all. It comes with a pot holder, which I wish I had realised before I bought one; but whatever, now I got two! Hell yeah...I guess. If you're reading this you're thinking about getting one. Just stop reading now and buy it. Why waste all that extra time shopping when you could be boiling $%#@?
Der Topf mit den neuen Griffen ist um einiges besser zu benutzen als die einfachen Stofflaschen die es an den früheren Modellen hat. Auch ist der Deckel mit der Trinköffnung und dem Ausgusssieb meines Erachtens gut durchdacht.
Schön leicht und kompakt zu verstauen.
Alles in allem also ein gelungener kleiner Kocher!
A ello hay que sumar el hecho de poder ajustar la llama y poder así llegar a cocinar a fuego lento, con la ventaja de que al poseer este modelo una taza más baja y ancha se puede utilizar para comer directamente de él.
Er wurde bei mir schon im Rucksack mitgeführt wobei ich das geringe Gewicht richtig zu schätzen gelernt habe (wer öfters Trekkingtouren macht weiß wie wertvoll jedes Gramm weniger ist!)
Qualitativ ist er den Preis auf jeden Fall wert!
Unfortunately you can only store a mini cannisters inside but again, if space and weight are your primary packing criteria ...
Fires up every time and heats up super fast!
No complaints here, just an amazing product.