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  • Features revolutionary new valve technology and a new cooking-cup size
  • Proprietary regulator technology and enhanced regulator diaphragm ensure consistent performance down to 20°F
  • Redesigned valve and regulator for unmatched simmer control
  • Redesigned cooking cup, with the perfect combination of size, sturdy metal handles and optimized height, provides users with an easy-to-eat experience
  • Rubber-coated metal handles provide a robust interface for both cooking and eating
  • Lower spoon angle for easier eating right from the cup
  • Convenient push-button piezo igniter
  • Includes an insulating drink-through lid and measuring cup
  • Clever sideways burner storage inside the cooking cup minimizes pack space
  • Fuel canister stabilizer included
  • Backpacker magazine conducts rigorous field testing to select award winners in recognition of their innovation in design, materials and performance
  • 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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Best Use Backpacking
Fuel Type Canister
Fuel Isobutane-propane
Auto Ignition Yes
Integrated Pot Yes
Burn Time (Max Flame) 100g canister: 60 minutes
Average Boil Time 4 min. 30 sec.
Dimensions Packed: 5 x 6 inches
Liquid Capacity (L) 1 liter
Liquid Capacity (fl. oz.) 33.8 fluid ounces
Weight 14 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Safest and easiest to use I love this stove and have owned it since it was released. I've had an MSR Whisperlite Internationale for over 20 years and is still great but my wife and kids won't use it due to how you light it. Hands down the Jetboil is the safest stove for beginners and younger users. I have also used a pan on this to cook eggs and drop biscuits but you really do need the pot adapter. Cold is a problem for any canister stove. I've been able to boil one pot of water in -19° F with windchill and it failed to heat after that. If you are camping below 20° this isn't the best choice based on my experience.
Date published: 2016-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly As Expected I'm new to backpacking and exploring the outdoors but I heard having a jetboil is a must. Got this minimo during an REI sale and after using it I would even pay full price for it. It's so nice to be able to have boiling water so quickly while out in the woods. Some comments mention that its hard to clean out with some meals like rice or cheese, but I have a hard time cleaning out my pans in my home kitchen when I cook meals like that. If you want to cook mountain house lasagna or something I'd keep it in the bag. Overall I'm very pleased with this piece of the jetboil family.
Date published: 2016-05-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from extremely efficient I just finished a 10 day backpack trip using my jetboil stove for the first time. While I found it to be extremely fast at boiling and very light weight, I was disappointed by how flimsy the cup was. I was not hard on the equipment, yet by the 10th day, the cup had cracked and I had to duct tape it together. I wasn't the only one who had this happen- the other gal I was backpacking with also has a jetboil and her cup cracked as well!
Date published: 2015-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Addition to the Jetboil Line of Stoves!! I bought the first Jetboil stove when it came out (how ever many years that was). A great innovation in camp stoves then has just "taken it up a notch". Great ideas in the new design with the cup size, handle and overall compactness. I really like all of the new features.. Anxious to try it out in the cold this winter. This stove is great. I can take it on a day hike for a warm brew. I have the Sumo for larger meals, but this one is a great for personal or just heat and go use.
Date published: 2014-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! Went to REI just to get the normal JetBoil. So glad i went with the Minimo. So easy to eat out of with it being wider/shallower. Easily worth the extra 30 bucks. Packs down super easy. Super light. Love the simmer control. Not a single complaint. The java kit works pretty well too if you use it right. I use it to brew tea though, not coffee.
Date published: 2014-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great improvements over older jetboils I just added this to my collection of 5 stoves, which includes a home-made alcohol stove, a wood burning Solo Stove, and MSR microrocket. Prior to this I used a MSR pocket rocket almost exclusively for 10 years and was quite content. But I also like to try new things. All my stoves have their pluses and minus but for ease of use and fast-boil, this wins hands down. The added simmer control and regulator are a big improvement over older styles, which is why I finally opted to spring for a Jetboil. Plus, I like the dimensions of the new pot. I used it for the first time on a kayaking trip this past weekend (since weight was not a big issue). Set-up and boils were so fast that I started making tea during short breaks, just because I could. Also, while cooking dinner, I used to start my stove and walk away to do other errands. You can't do that with this stove, as you barely have enough time to open your dinner packages once you get this thing going. Lastly, I found that some of the weight can be cut by leaving behind a lot of the pieces and/or substituting parts from my GSI minimalist.
Date published: 2014-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super quick, super easy We picked this up for our Havasupai trip to take the place of our lightweight but sometimes difficult to use Pocket Rocket. While technically heavier, the JetBoil MiniMo has everything you need in a self-contained module. It was much easier to use and boiled water within 2 minutes. We used dehydrated meals for the trip and opted not to actually cook in the JetBoil, but I can see that having the adjustable flame will be extremely helpful when we do cook in it in the future. Only issue was detaching the pot from the stove-sometimes it catches which can spill the hot water/food. Overall, we were very happy with this product!
Date published: 2017-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfecting a Great Design Weight: As far as Jetboil models go in regards to weight, (in the current lineup, excluding ti models) the MiniMo comes in second, being beat by the Zip by about 3 oz, and the MiniMo is outweighed by the Flash by over half an ounce. In case you were wondering about non-Jetboil stoves, the new MSR Windboiler is about the same as the Flash, at 15.25 oz, minus the igniter. The Primus Eta Lite is a full half oz lighter than the MiniMo, but is also half the capacity, is severely lacking in features and is ridden with design flaws, and has a less than reliable piezo (I am unfortunately unable to amend my own review of this stove). Boil Times: As far as boil times, the Minimo beats all these stoves (breaking even with the Windboiler) when calculating the time to boil an entire liter of water. Improvements over previous JetBoil models: The ability to simmer is pretty awesome. Having more than an on/off switch gives you many more options than simply freeze-dried meals. The handles are the most secure feeling handles on any stove I've ever owned or tested. Probably my favorite improvement. The pot dimensions are great. Having a shallower pot lends itself (I think) to the shorter boil times, due to the increased surface area getting heat. Not to mention the better spoon angle (haven't tested this yet). Overall I would say this is near perfection when it comes to all-in-one personal canister stoves. The only improvement I think that could be made would be a lighter pot to cut down on weight. Only con (if you could even call it that) is that there is a little flex in the regulator piece that fits between the canister and the pot, nothing that worries me though. This is simply a well designed stove. The canister stabilizer fights in the lid. All pieces fit in the pot with room to spare for an emergency light (however, the piezo seems very reliable, haven't been able to test in cold and elevation.) The cup has measurement lines. If you're looking for a canister stove, stop looking. Buy this one.
Date published: 2015-03-02
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Does this just boil things or can I make scrambled  eggs or a burger?

Asked by: Deb beginner
The MiniMo is intended to be used for boiling water only. Cooking food without water in the supplied cup will result in the silicone sleeve being melted and food getting very stuck to it. If you would like to cook with a Jetboil, you will need their pot support and a camping or backpacking pan.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-29

While heating water in the cup can the plastic cup lid be attached to help trap heat? (I.e., will it melt?)

Asked by: sfnative
The MiniMo Cooking System is designed to boil water with the lid on to make the boiling process more efficient. The lid will not melt if used when boiling water.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-29

I'm interested in this, but the instructions say not to store the propane fuel indoors. Can you suggest an alternative for someone who lives in an apartment in the city?

Asked by: vegdeb
It is best to store the fuel outdoors or in some type of outdoor storage. We suggest storing the fuel in any outdoor storage you have access to. ​
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-28

Can a fuel canister and stove both fit inside the cup? If so, what's the largest fuel canister that can fit inside?

Asked by: dhy
Only the small 100 will fit in the cup with the stove.
Answered by: jrandom
Date published: 2017-05-29

Will the mini mo cup fit on other jet boil stoves?

Asked by: ironchic56
Jetboil uses the same size and design for their attachment ring for the MiniMo cup as previous versions, so they should be compatible.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-20

Is it possible to get a replacement lid for the MiniMo? Doesn't have to be the specific MiniMo lid, just one that fits. 

Asked by: CynthiaDB
Replacement lids for the MiniMo Cooking System can be ordered directly from Jetboil.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-29

Will the cup from my other Jetboil (the original model). fit on the burner unit of this model?

Asked by: Ed57
​Cups from other models of Jetboil stoves do fit on this burner.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-30

What kind of material is the pot made of on the JetBoil Mini Mo made out of?  Alum?? The weight seems to high to be Ti. 

Asked by: Mike04345
The MiniMo is made from aluminum.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-29
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