Jetboil MiniMo Cooking System

Weighs 415g
Code: AW17430
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The Jetboil MiniMo is a personal cooking system with excellent simmer control and usability for making gourmet meals on your backpacking trips.

Jetboil says:

Built with backpackers in mind, the Jetboil MiniMo cooking system combines Jetboil's tried-and-true efficiency and versatility with a convenient form factor. Powered by FluxRing technology, the MiniMo reaches a rolling boil in just over two minutes with half the fuel consumption of traditional systems. Jetboil's proprietary regulator technology offers incremental heat adjustments from light simmer to full boil, perfect for sautéing greens, simmering sauces, and more. Metal handles and a redesigned FluxRing cooking cup—optimized for a low spoon angle—make the MiniMo the perfect vessel for personal cooking and eating. Start heating instantly with the convenient, reliable pushbutton igniter; save pack space with the clever sideways burner storage design. Includes fuel canister stabilizer; easy to pack and carry at only 14.6 ounces.

The JetBoil MiniMo boasts the same proven, efficient technology for which Jetboil is so highly regarded with an innovative new valve design that gives it the finest simmer control of any upright canister system on the market. Its redesigned cooking cup gives you the perfect combination of size and optimized height, and coupled with the metal handles and low spoon angle it's very easy to eat from.

Push-button ignition, a stable base and insulation on the lid and cup make it a breeze to use wherever you are, and Jetboil's enhanced regulator diaphragm allow it to perform consistently well in temperatures down to -6°C. The whole system packs away into the cooking cup, and the ingenious sideways burner storage means that it takes up very little space in your kit.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

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  • Reaches a rolling boil in just over two minutes with half the fuel consumption of traditional systems
  • Jetboil's proprietary regulator technology offers incremental heat adjustments from light simmer to full boil, perfect for sautéing greens, simmering sauces, and more
  • Metal handles and redesigned FluxRing cooking cup optimized for a low spoon angle are perfect for personal cooking and eating
  • Convenient and reliable push button igniter starts heating instantly and clever sideways burner storage design saves pack space
  • Includes fuel canister stabilizer; easy to pack and carry at only 14.6 ounces
  • Clever sideways burner storage minimizes pack space
  • Convenient and reliable push-button igniter
  • Bottom cover doubles as a measuring cup and bowl
  • Fuel Canister Stabilizer included
  • Compatible accessories include a Grande Coffee Press, Hanging Kit, Utensils, Skillet and FluxRing Cooking Pot
  • Weight: 415g
  • Power: 6000 BTU/h / 1.75 kW
  • Volume: 1 Liter Short
  • Fuel regulator: Yes
  • Group size: 1-2 people
  • Boil time: 2m 15sec per .5 liter (avg. over life of Jetpower can)
  • Water boiled: 12 liters per 100 g Jetpower can
  • Ignition type: Push button
  • Dimensions (packed): 5 in x 5.5 in (127 mm x 140 mm)
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Review Summary - 3 out of 5 based on 2 ratings.
December 29, 2018 | Mattias Persson
Cook food? Rebuild it...

At first I very disappointed, since the pot that goes with it is extremely thin in the bottom, making it "burn anything other than water", but after using it for a while together with a Trangia Duossal pot I actually was blown away with the burner; it simmers like NO OTHER! AND it compensates (tested it around zero degrees & a tube that almost had expired; it was consistent all the way). So, this is my second attempt writing this review, and the burner outperforms even the SOTO Windmaster for simmering, by far, and since the SOTO, by far, outperforms more or less anything canister mounted; this IS awesome. So I decided to rebuild it, because you can actually fit the 100g canister inside (insert burner+canister sideways) but then instead of solving the external pot stand in an intelligent way, they make you have an additional piece instead of integrating it in the original burner, which would have been easy & a lot better, but now makes it very bulky if you decide to bring an additional Trangia pot for cooking, so... To make it work fairly well I got myself a piece of stainless steel (didn't have anything better than 18/8 at hand unfortunately, would like high nickel/Cobolt Monel/Incoloy etc. that can withstand the temp a lot better) and made an insert that I drilled in a revolver pattern, think six shooter with a small centre hole, in the heat exchanger, at a fairly midways point, a bit lower, so that I shifted the majority of the heat from the bottom to the stainless, this way roughly 75% of the heat became indirect heat spreading the energy over a far greater surface, this way making it possible to leave the bulky stand & the Trangia pot at home. By now it works fairly great even for cooking but I think that for £150, this should have been solved directly at R&D at Jetboil. This piece of SS, even in "Monel" would probably have a production price of maximum £1 but the DIFFERENCE for me as a buyer is MONUMENTAL when it comes to cooking, instead of just being able using it as a water boiler. Not all of us wanna eat freeze dried all the time, not me anyway... + Burner is AWESOME! - They let it all go down the drain by letting me fix the problem they easily could have sorted out pre-production... Conclusion: The burner is so awesome it's worth the hassle of rebuilding it, but I can't give it 5 stars for being half ready...

Ultralight Outdoor Gear Limited
December 16, 2018 | Mattias Persson
Could have been... ONLY a water cooker.

The idea behind the specs are great, but in real life use, it's nothing but a "Water cooker"; why?! The area of the burner together with that very thin bottom makes it hard, even at the slowest burner rate, to NOT burn even a thick soup. For me that was very disappointing, so I'm gonna return, once again, to my stripped Trangia 27 w. an alcohol burner during winter & an ultralight setup during summer w. a tiny gas stove+Trangia pot+handle from T28. Besides, since you can't nest the gas canister inside, it doesn't really save much space either. The external pot rest doesn't connect well. + Igniter +Isolated pot - Easily burns your food - Flimsy gas valve controller rod - Bad fitting external pot rest - Too tight when releasing pot attached to burner - Doesn't nest inside Conclusion: Another £150 wasted for nothing.

Ultralight Outdoor Gear Limited
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