Jetboil Zip Cooking System
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When you want hot food and drinks quickly and conveniently, the Jetboil® Zip Cooking System is at your service. Based on the famous Jetboil PCS design, the Zip Cooking System has the essential function and features that have made the name Jetboil a legend in hiking and camping circles. The Jetboil Zip Cooking System's compact design and light weight make it perfect for day trips and overnight outings, too (does not include pot support and fuel stabilizer). Average boil time: 16 oz. in 2 min. and 30 sec. Dimensions: 5.2'' x 8.5''. Weight: 12 oz.
Manufacturer model #: ZIP.
- Compatible with all Jetboil accessories
- 0.8 liter FluxRing® cooking cup
- Drink-thru lid with pour spout and strainer
- Pot support and stabilizer tripod
- Bottom cover is also a measuring cup and bowl
- Adjustable burner
Jetboil Zip Cooking System
Luv it but can't use it.
I wound up having to take it back for the flash. I wasn't able to fit my fingers on the control knob. It is a recessed control knob and is circular. My fingers are too big to grasp the control knob behind the stove.
It's a great product and line but keep in mind if your bigger or may need to manipulated the controls with gloves your better off going with the flash.
November 11, 2014
best camp stove you can hope for
the jet boile with assereries are a must for any back packing trip
May 14, 2013
great backpacking addition
The jetboil zip is very sturdy,versitile, small and lightweight and all around handy. I took it to a hunting trip to keep coffee at the ready. Nature is not safe with me uncafinated.everything packed inside the unit. The burner, fuel, stand and the cofee press, which was sold seperate. I used it for water as well as a bowl for soup. Iuse the burner seperate from the cup everything packs into. Even use the big cup on a grill, which I regret now. It. Now has the smell of burnt wood.
Complaints are small. The fire shrunk the neoprene outershell a little and obviously absorbed the smoke smell. The coffe was left in the cup till it got cool and stained the inside of the aluminum. So you dont want to keep the grounds in after you make your coffee and transfer it to another cup. I tested it with tea at my house prior to the trip to see how the fuel would last and it didnt stain anything. The fuel is somewhat good. I got on average 20 hotwater boils worth five minutes of time out of the small cans of jetboil fuel that fit inside the unit. The larger cans I would get about 40 to 45. The biggest complaint is that this unit does not have a starter. other units did and I thought this one did too. I alway carry a ligter while camping anyway so it was no big deal.the aluminum did cool down quite fast so my soups I was transfering into a thermos to keep them warm while eating. That can be looked at as either good or bad depending. Hope this helped.
February 21, 2014
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