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Jetboil Sol Titanium Stove


    Jetboil Sol Titanium Stove

    The lightest offering yet from Jetboil, the Jetboil Sol™ Titanium stove weighs a mere 8.5 oz. and features a fuel regulator for consistent heat output in cold weather. See details

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    The lightest offering yet from Jetboil, the Jetboil Sol™ Titanium stove weighs a mere 8.5 oz. and features a fuel regulator for consistent heat output in cold weather.

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    The lightest offering yet from Jetboil, the Jetboil Sol™ Titanium stove weighs a mere 8.5 oz. and features a fuel regulator for consistent heat output in cold weather.

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    The lightest offering yet from Jetboil, the Jetboil Sol™ Titanium stove weighs a mere 8.5 oz. and features a fuel regulator for consistent heat output in cold weather.

    • Included 0.8-liter titanium FluxRing® cooking cup with insulating cozy keeps weight to a minimum
    • Burner features a fuel regulator that maintains consistent flow of gas down to 20°F, making the Sol suitable for 4-season use
    • Same as the original Jetboil, the stove burner and cooking cup twist together to create a single convenient cooking system; disconnect the burner and cooking cup for storage
    • FluxRing® heat exchanger on the bottom of the cooking cup creates excellent fuel efficiency
    • Adjustable-flame burner is housed in a windscreen, reducing heat loss when a breeze blows through
    • Push-button piezo igniter sparks the stove to life quickly and easily
    • Drink-through lid features a pour spout and a built-in strainer
    • Stove burner and 100g fuel canister (sold separately) stow inside the cup; lid snaps shut for storage
    • Bottom cover unsnaps from the cooking cup to double as a measuring cup or bowl; measuring cup comes in handy when preparing meals and hot drinks
    • Includes a stabilizer tripod that clips onto fuel canister (sold separately)
    • Please note: 8.5 oz. weight specification does not include the weight of the fuel stabilizer and measuring cup
    • Sol Titanium stove is compatible with all Jetboil accessories, sold separately; Sol companion cups can be purchased separately
    • Due to flammable item shipping restrictions, we cannot sell fuel canisters online; they are available at REI retail stores
    • Because this stove system has a capacity of less than 1 liter, the average boil time specification represents the time required to do 2 separate boils of 0.5 liter of water

    Please note: We cannot ship fuel-burning products to addresses in Japan or South Korea.

    Please note: Jetboil products can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.


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    Jetboil Sol Titanium Stove Specs
    Best use
    4 min. 30 sec.
    4.1 x 6.5 inches
    8.5 ounces
    Fuel type
    Auto ignition
    Burn time (max flame)
    Average boil time

    Jetboil Sol Titanium Stove

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    Jetboil Sol Titanium Stove is rated 4.3333 out of 5 by 15.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not that lightweight! First off Jet boil is a five star stove however i'm a little disappointed with the advertised weight of this product.I already owned the flash which weighs in at 15.5 ounces as advertised then came the titanium which they advertise at 8.5 ounces without the pot support etc. I assumed they weighed all their products the same so I spent 150.00 to lighten my gear by 7 ounces! My bad. The difference between my now two stoves is only 3.8 ounces and the titanium is smaller! Also just the cup and burner, no lid or anything still weighed 8.75 ounces! However I am keeping it. It performed excellent on my last trip at altitudes of 9000 feet,fired first click every time, plus it takes less space and oh yeah, it is lighter! Going light sure is getting expensive! Anybody want to buy a flash?
    Date published: 2014-04-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Understand what you are buying... This stove is for boiling water. Fast. It is not a gourmet kitchen with granite counter tops. A flimsy nylon handle is not going to support a liter of water. Just grab the cup and pour. This is a minimalist piece of gear. It is designed with a very specific use in mind. As with any specialized piece of gear it will have distinct limitations. You need to understand that going into it. Understand your needs and the capabilities of the gear in relation to your needs. Personally, I love this stove. For boiling water. Nothing else. I have a number of other JetBoil (and MSR, SnowPeak) products that supplement this depending on my needs on a particular trip. Unless you have very limited needs this will NOT be your only stove system. Smile and enjoy!
    Date published: 2014-04-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fuel canister DOES fit I haven't used this yet but I felt compelled to write a view correcting some other reviewers who said the fuel canister cannot be stored inside the Jetboil. Perhaps they were using a larger capacity but the 100g size fits perfectly with the lid closed and everything. I'll edit this review once I've field tested it, but wanted to make it clear that the fuel canister CAN be stored inside NO PROBLEM.
    Date published: 2014-04-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far, so good... I've owned a Jetboil PCS for 10yrs, used it for everything but backpacking due to it's 15oz weight (without pot support or canister tripod)and been very happy with it. Now that Jetboil's finally figured out how to reduce the overall weight with a smaller Ti cup and burner frame construction I've added this to my backpacking kit. I'm a minimalist backpacker, been using a Coleman F1 top mount canister stove and a Snowpeak 700ml Ti cup at around 8oz for the combo with a mini-bic lighter. The Jetboil Sol Ti replaces this with a little bit of weight gain, but added range due to Jetboil's superior efficiency. The Sol Ti weighs 8.9oz minus pot support, canister tripod and bottom measuring cup. I keep the bottom measuring cup on to protect the heat exchanger fins from whatever they might come into contact with in my cooking stuffsack, weighs 10oz with it added. I've used the Sol Ti for a week of backpacking at 7500-10000ft in the Northern Rockies with a couple test boils near sea level. At higher altitudes the piezo can take 3-4 clicks to ignite, not enough hassle to reach for the lighter, at lower altitudes 1 or 2 clicks. At 10k it boils a pint in 1min 45sec, BP is 194F at that altitude so this falls in line with mfg claims. I boiled ~24 pints over 6days with about 12gm left in 110gm MSR cartridge, falls in line with claimed efficiency as well. I like the Ti cup for more than just weight, it's been my experience that it absorbs flavors less than aluminum. I can eat cereal, rinse, make coffee or tea and have no flavor crossover all using one cup. All in all it performs very well, what concerns me is long term durability. I noticed the heat exchanger fins on the underside of the cup have a hint of white crusty residue where they're attached to the pot bottom. The exchanger fins are a different color metal than the pot, they appear to be aluminum soldered to the Ti pot bottom, this makes sense as Ti is very tricky to weld. If an electrolyte is involved (water, condensation) it's possible there could be galvanic corrosion from the interface of these two dissimilar metals as they do have enough electrical differential. Happy for now, hoping it will hold up as well as my PCS 10yrs from now!
    Date published: 2014-04-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stove extremely impressed I purchased this stove at the recent REI Garage Sale as I had been looking at a Jetboil Flash and got a great deal on this one. Just completed four days on the PCT at elevations between 7200 and 8700 feet with temperatures between 35 and 77 degrees. This was the first use of this stove. I also own a Snowpeak Litemax which is about 5 years old and an MSR Dragonfly about four years old, both of which I like. We had 8 people on this hike and this stove was incredible. The group ended up using it almost exclusively for boiling all the water needed for our meals and drinks; often making a meal of 5 dinner pouches requiring between 2 and 2 1/2 cups of water each as well as making coffee and hot chocolate. Its rapid time to boil water was incredible and everyone was using it. I would highly recommend this stove to anyone looking for a lightweight cook system if their needs are just boiled water. The only minor issue is that the neoprene sleeve is thin and the pot can be hot when grabbed.
    Date published: 2014-04-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Clever Design, Good Engineering I bought one for myself years ago and have loved it so much I got this one as a gift for friends. It's never failed to light and perform exactly as I've expected, it packs up really well and is lightweight for what you get. Obviously it's not the lightest weight or 'most' minimal option, but I think the weight and bulk are worth it for the features - it's neither heavy nor bulky for what you get. If I could change anything, I would modify the sleeve handle that they put on it, it doesn't provide a stable way to pick it up, you're better off just picking the thing up by grabbing it. I would also change the base, it's not unstable, it's just not AS stable as it could be, for example if it had little titanium spikes or something to stab into the ground.
    Date published: 2014-04-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent for boiling water I don't think you can beat a Jetboil for boiling water in the backcountry. It seems to use less gas and bring it to a boil more quickly than any other stove I've seen. I just completed the John Muir Trail with my brother. He brought along his own stove, but after the first day or so he didn't even bother getting it out, as the Jetboil was so convenient to use. It may seem larger and heavier than some alternatives, but when you realize that it includes the pot, you see that it is competitive in size and weight. The Jetboil is really most useful for boiling water, so if your main food source is freeze dried meals that just require adding boiling water, then this is a good choice. If you want to cook various meals in a pot, it will not work so well. I bought the titanium version to save a few ounces. I can't say that it was worth the extra cost, but it is certainly a beautiful piece of equipment. My only complaint, which seems to be common with Jetboils, is that the igniter became intermittent after a few uses. At first it would ignite with a single click, but after a few uses it started to require multiple clicks, sometimes 5 - 10. At one point I had to bend the igniter tab a little to get a good spark.
    Date published: 2014-04-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Be aware more limited then other Jetboil This was to replace my other Jetboil Sol Ti when the flux ring started to seperate from the pot base. It appears that this is a common issue with Jetboil Ti pots. Now they make it a point that the Ti models (Sol and Sumo) are for boiling water only, while the Alumimium models can be used for more versital cooking. This was not the case when I first got the Sol Ti and it had instructions how to use it to cook and melt snow right on the cozy. Jetboil also beafed up the cozy to give it more stability and usability. Good in some respects, as the old cozy was right on the edge of usability, but it does add a little weight. It is still a very good light weight solution and the lightest solution Jetboil has, though with the new limitation to boil only with the Ti model, and the slightly heavier cozy weight, the weight difference between the Sol Al and Sol Ti is narrower then ever making the Sol Al a more attractive alterantive then it has been in the past.
    Date published: 2014-04-12

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