Jetboil Genesis and MicroMo Cooking Systems

Jetboil Genesis

Looking to up the gourmet level of your trail side cooking, Jetboil adds the Genesis base camp system that enables you to quickly whip up virtually any type of meal. The two burner system folds open so you can fry on one side while boiling on the other, all with exceptional simmer control.

The Genesis stove features two burners that can pump out 10,000 BTU each. The 10″ ceramic coated Fry Pan offers non-stick performance with a high wall design for easy sautéing, while the FluxRing-equipped 5 Liter pot with lid lets you throw together a family size spaghetti and meatballs meal in no time.

The base camp system runs on a standard 16.4 ounce propane bottle, and all in, weighs just over 9 pounds–a no brainer for car camping, basecamp cooking, or even a night at the beach.

But what if you want to boil water for tea or coffee while making oatmeal and frying up some bacon and eggs? No problem. The JetLink fuel output lets you hook up compatible stoves and accessories without the need for additional fuel. For example, the Jetboil Luna satellite burner accessory hooks right in and is designed to be used with the 0.8L, 1LS, 1LT, and 1.8L vessels. Ideal for boiling water for fast food and drink, the Luna is the perfect complement to any Genesis base camp system setup.

The best part? The folding Genesis stove nests inside the 5L Flux Pot with the Fry Pant on top, and the whole thing in the Genesis System Bag. The Jetboil Genesis base camp system retails for $350 and will start shipping January 2016.

Jetboil MicroMo

The good news from Jetboil doesn’t end there. All you ultralighters will be happy to note that the company is releasing a MicroMo. Basically a 0.8L version of the MiniMo, this personal cooking system weighs a scant 12 ounces (2.6 ounces less than the MiniMo) with a travel friendly size of 4.1″ x 6.5″.

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