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Jetboil Sol Titanium Stove

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  • 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

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Jetboil Sol Titanium Stove Specs
Specification
Description
Best use
Backpacking
Canister
Isobutane-propane
Yes
Unavailable
4 min. 30 sec.
4.1 x 6.5 inches
8.5 ounces
Fuel type
Fuel
Auto ignition
Burn time (max flame)
Average boil time
Dimensions
Weight

Jetboil Sol Titanium Stove

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Rated 3.8333/5 based on 30 reviews
Rated 1out of5
by fromTitanium Sol doesn't light at altitude After 20 years, traded in my trusty Whisperlight for a Titanium Sol. Worked great when I tested it a home. Took it on a 5 day trip in the Sierras at altitudes ranging from 8-9,000ft and it never once started with the igniter, had to use a Bic lighter every time. The cozy is very flimsy, the heavier cozys on the other models can't be that much heavier. Called Jetboil and they seemed a bit defensive about the igniter. They gave me a spiel about how the new igniter doesn't work at altitude, but it will work at 20 degrees! I think they mean it will still not light at 20 degrees at altitude. I think someone forgot to note this little fact in the sales literature. And 8000 feet is not that high. Jetboil did offer to send out a better cozy.
Date published: 2012-07-17
Rated 1out of5
by fromSol titanium sucks Tried to heat some sauce. part of flux ring melted and fell of. Saw the piece on the ground, wondered what it was and picked it up. Bad idea. Burned the heck out of finger. Sent stove back to jetboil. They said you can only boil water in this unit. What good is a stove you can't cook in. Do not buy this stove with titanium pot.
Date published: 2012-08-15
Rated 1out of5
by fromDo not melt snow in this!! This stove is not for winter mountaineering!! I used it for melting snow and boiling water (as you would expect to use a lightweight mountaineering stove for). The heat exchange fins on the bottom of the pot melted and fell off!! I called Jetboil to get it replaced and they told me "Its ONLY for boiling water" and refused to do anything. Kind of shocking and disappointing for a stove that is made for alpine climbing. At the very least they should have made it clear with a big warning to not melt snow - I wouldn't have paid $150 for it! I won't be buying another one! Bummer, it seemed perfect - until I used it.
Date published: 2014-05-28
Rated 2out of5
by fromPlease upgrade the neoprene on the SolTi Fine product, except the neoprene sleeve design. It is poorly designed compared to the other Jetboil stoves. The neoprene is so thin it stretches and slides when you pick up the cup, even when new and empty. The handle top stitching is under 1/8" from the top edge. When I opened mine for the first time, I could see it was already starting to tear (from manufacture?). Burns are bad news in the wilderness. Skip the heat indicator, but please give us the less flimsy neoprene with the reinforcement under the handle. The one on the Sol aluminum companion cup is great. Please "downgrade" the too-light neoprene and handle to make this a truly premium stove. A reasonably-priced "down-graded" sleeve should be made available until Jetboil fixes their design.
Date published: 2011-07-24
Rated 2out of5
by fromGreat idea, poor execution. I was sold on the on the idea of the titanium cup shaving off a few oz's, but after the 1st use, I had to do with singed neoprene due to a flare up, singed fingers due to the neoprene being too thin, and when you hold the handle after heating, the neoprene is so loose wants to slip off the cup. The lid lip is also very thin and isn't as snug fitting as other Jetboil models. Returned and bought the Flash and have had none of these problems. Plus the Flash has a nifty temp indicator.
Date published: 2012-06-07
Rated 2out of5
by fromGreat stove, very poor lid, base, sleeve My wife purchased the original jetboil pcs for me as an xmas gift when they first came out and it's been my go to stove in all but high altitude conditions.. she knew my old stove was on it's last legs and saw me lusting after the new version.. short story.. she bought it for me, I used it one night during a relay race, the lid and base are both made of very thin cheap plastic and broke just sitting in a gym bag. The mug itself doesn't feel "right" and the sleeve is a thin piece of garbage. The best part of this stove is the actual stove/burner assembly. I'm thinking of just using this stove assembly with my old stove.
Date published: 2012-08-20
Rated 3out of5
by fromNot really worth the extra $$ Looked at both the Sol and the Sol Ti. First off, the new Sol is a great improvement, I have th original Jetboil PCS and love it. By upgrading it drops the total weight by almost 1/3, mostly in the new stove design. I purchased a Sol and a Sol Ti to compare them side by side to see which I prefered. Really, the only difference between the two is the cup. They include the same stove, stabilizer and pot support. The lid and measuring cups are the same weight. The only difference between the 2 I recieved was the weight of the cup itself (metal only is 0.9oz less w/Ti) and the weight of the neoprene cozy (0.9ozw/sol vs 0.5ozw/Ti). Really, if the regular Sol got rid of the heat indicator on the side like the Ti version does it would be perfect For the icreased $$ you can save weight in other areas of your pack. Returning the Ti version and keeping the Aluminum Sol.
Date published: 2011-07-26
Rated 4out of5
by fromMy First Stove Just took the Titanium Sol out for the first time. Initial impressions are great - it's very lightweight and boils water very fast. The main negative is that, right out of the box, the ignitor on the Sol did not work. So, I had to use a lighter. Will be returning it to the store and getting a new one and hopefully the problem will be fixed! My only other issue with this Sol is that the cup is tricky to get onto the stove when you're cooking. If you don't want it to lock onto the stove, it is hard just to put it on and then take it off of the stove afterwards so you can just use the cup. Most of the times, I ended up having to just grab the whole stove with the burner and fuel attached to it and pour the water into my food. I'm sure with practice, I can learn to perfect this, but it was frustrating the first time around. All in all though, great stove as long as the second stove I get does not have the same ignitor problem. That was definitely an epic fail in the backcountry!
Date published: 2012-04-28

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