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  • Joule is quick to setup with no time lost when preparing hot liquids, melting snow and cooking meals for large groups
  • Offers consistent heat output down to 10°F thanks to a proprietary regulator technology
  • Innovative design with inverted fuel can and liquid feed regulator provides performance matching liquid/multifuel stoves but with the ease of use of canister systems
  • 10,000 BTU burner provides the raw power for rapid boil times of 2 min. 40 sec. per 1 liter, yet still offers excellent simmer control for cooking
  • Combined with a 2.5 liter insulated FluxRing pot, Joule offers fuel efficiency and portability
  • User friendly design allows quick setup and improved reliability over liquid/multifuel stoves which require significant assembly and priming before use
  • Piezo igniter reliably sparks the stove to life with a simple push of the button
  • Stove and fuel canister (not included) fit inside the pot when not in use; stable locking handle folds for storage
  • System includes the stove burner, FluxRing pot and a see-through lid with built-in strainer
  • Stove is compatible with both 100g and 230g Jetpower fuel canisters
  • Due to flammable item shipping restrictions, we cannot sell fuel canisters online; they are available at REI retail stores

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Specs

Best Use Backpacking
Fuel Type Canister
Fuel Isobutane-propane
Auto Ignition Yes
Integrated Pot Yes
Burn Time (Max Flame) Unavailable
Average Boil Time 2 min. 40 sec.
Dimensions 6.5 x 8 inches
Liquid Capacity (L) 2.5 liters
Liquid Capacity (fl. oz.) 84.5 fluid ounces
Weight 1 lb. 9.2 oz.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great idea! My first jet boil is a few years old and I've decided to retire it to base camp use. My last trip out with it, it ran out of gas too quickly and I had to borrow a can of gas from a buddy. I picked up this newer one thinking that it might work better in the cold and snow. It absolutely does! I took the "empty" can from my last snowshoe trip and put it in this new one. Produced a GREAT flame and burned long enough to boil water. With this new pot being wider at the bottom, it boils water more quickly. So it's more efficient with getting fuel from the can and with using it. Excellent product!
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No compatible accessories It is important to know that the only pot you can use with this "system" is the one that comes with it. You can't use any of the other jetboil pans, skillets, etc. The adapter for jetboil pans won't fit on it. Thats a lot of money for a one trick pony.
Date published: 2016-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for groups I have been camping for over 40 years. I have all types of stoves and this is the best stove I have ever had. It boils water real fast. I have used it to make hot chocolate for up to 60 kids and I can keep up with them. I use small cups. For what it does it is very compact. I wish there were more pots available or an adapter to allow using non Jetboil pans.
Date published: 2015-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Cooking System This is an excellent cooking system. I used it recently for a 3 night trip with 6 people, and this was the only stove we used. No-one had to wait to eat because the water boiled up so quickly. I used to put the water on to boil and then start getting the food ready. With this stove you pretty much need to have everything ready before you start boiling. One pot of hot water was enough for all 6 people to make their meals, so the size, although a little large, is perfect for larger groups. I’ve read comments where people were asking how much fuel you need for a trip with this stove. One commenter said you need two ounces of fuel per person per day, so I took four 8.11 oz. canisters of fuel, which would have been the right amount of fuel based on that person’s estimate. We almost used up one canister for the 6 of us for 6 meals each, using hot water for breakfasts and dinners. So that estimate was way overblown. He didn’t explain his estimate, but I suspect it was for winter camping in the snow, needing to melt snow for water. For early spring backpacking with the temperatures around 30-35 at night, about 25% of that estimate is more reasonable. We didn’t use any water for washing dishes, just for eating Mountain House meals out of their pouches, and making hot drinks. This stove is super fast at heating a 2.5 liter pot of water in a very short amount of time. It is a little loud compared to other stoves, sounding like a JetBoil-ing water, but I didn’t find the noise to be annoying at all. I actually kind of liked the sound. One thing I don't like about the stove is the design of the legs. There is a hole toward the top of the legs, and the legs have a very shallow curve, making the legs a little weak at the hole. I bent a leg while attaching the pot to the stove. My thumb was on a leg right over the hole. It didn't take much pressure at all to bend it, so be careful with how you hold the stove when attaching the pot.
Date published: 2015-04-28
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