Jetboil MightyMo Stove

Weighs 95g
Code: Aw17418
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A lightweight offering from Jetboil with this single burner stove. The level of control you get with the heat output is unreal with this stave and it still packs down and can be used with any pots and pans. 

Jetboil says:

Introducing the ultra-stowable, single burner stove that unleashes the power of a professional range. At 3.3 oz it’s almost impossibly small but features a mighty 10,000 BTU burner and four full turns of the regulator valve spindle for simmer control unlike anything else in the backcountry.

Jetboil's MightyMo Stove . It has a convenient inbuilt push button igniter and a more advanced dual control so you can get a consistent heat output for cooking or keep a very close eye on fuel consumption which can be vital on those multi day treks. It is aimed at increasing fuel efficiency when used with Jetboil FluxRing pots and pans.

The arms fold away so the stove can be packed away and the compact design minimises the space taken up in your pack. Despite it folding down to a small size the MightyMo still has a fairly large burner head on it compared to other similar stoves. it also comes with stabiliser feet and a stash bag for when it's not in use.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

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  • Unbeatable simmer control
  • Regulated for consistent performance down to 20°F
  • Convenient, reliable push-button igniter
  • Small, compact design
  • Improved efficiencies with compatible Jetboil Accessories
  • Stove weighs: 95g
  • Stabilizer weighs: 26g
  • Boil Time: 3 minutes 15 seconds per 32 oz (1 liter) in 5L Flux Pot) (avg. over the life of 1 lb propane can)
  • Water Boiled: 12 litres per 100g Jet Canister
  • Volume: Open Platform
  • Fuel regulator: Yes
  • Group size: 1-2 people
  • Dimensions: 4.1” x 6.5” (104 mm x 165 mm)
  • Power: 10000 BTU/h / 3 kW
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Review Summary - 2 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
November 2, 2018 | Richard Briant

Not sure about this stove. Ignitor stopped working after second test firing. It seemed to consume a lot of gas (3x230g in 10+days) It produced a multiple 'flaming' incident, I finally changed the cylinder. It didn't perform well in windy conditions but instructions forbade the use of windshield! The pot stands have some vicious looking points/serrations, if left unfolded. It does pack down small though...

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