Jetboil Sumo Group Cooking System
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- 1.8 Liter FluxRing cooking cup with insulating Cozy
- Jetboil Regulator Technology - consistent heat down to 20? F
- Convenient, reliable push-button igniter
- Drink-through lid with pour spout & strainer
- Bottom cover doubles as a measuring cup and bowl
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The Jetboil Sumo Cooking System 1.8 Liter comes with the FluxRing cooking cup with insulating Cozy Jetboil Regulator Technology - consistent heat down to 20F Convenient, reliable push-button igniter Drink-through lid with pour spout and strainer Bottom cover doubles as a measuring cup and bowl Able to store a 230 gram Jetpower fuel can, with Burner, Fuel Canister Stabilizer and Pot Support. Fuel Canister Stabilizer Pot Support and Jetpower fuel not included
Color: Carbon | Size: One Size
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Top customer reviews
All in all, a lightweight, very good cooking system. Does not work well for cooking large meals, but is great for boiling water quickly. I've contacted JetBoil and the seller for an exchange on the burner. The stove worked fine when lit by hand. Aside from my minor picks, it's a solid unit, with storage space inside for a can of fuel and the stove.
I was happy to have a backup stove on this backpacking trip -- my little Soto was better able to handle a larger pot, heated as quickly, and was lighter to carry. The Sumo pot is great for heating a lot of water at once, but not as good at simmering or cooking as the Soto. I didn't have a chance to use the plastic fuel canister stabilizers, as they were stolen from my luggage by an airline person enroute to the trailhead, along with a bunch of other non-essential gear. With two stoves, I didn't use the third-party pot accessory much, and wouldn't bother carrying it if I had two stoves on the next trip.
They were both miserly on fuel, though, and we used about a third less than anticipated. About 4 230g cans in 6 days, including heating water for washing, purifying water and three meals a day.
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