For Spring ’17, Jetboil gets set to introduce two new stoves for both the ultralight backpacker and the more gourmet cook at camp. The MightyMo is the smallest of Jetboil’s regulated stoves and a new HalfGen adds a bit more versatility to your car camping or basecamp setup.
Weighing just 3.3 ounces the MightyMo ($49.95) features a 10,000 BTU burner that offers four full turns of simmer control. This upright canister stove works together with the FluxRing Fry Pan and FluxRing Cooking Pot, or can work with any cooking vessel you choose.
Jetboil MightyMo uses a push button ignitor and is regulated for consistent performance down to 20°F. The stove will boil one liter of water in 3 minutes when using a FluxRing Cooking Pot.
For those that need to cook for a group and like the Genesis Base Camp system but don’t need the dual burner option (or need even more than a dual burner option), the HalfGen ($179.95) still gives you the ability to make breakfast and cook coffee at the same time.
The HalfGen’s standalone 10,000 BTU burner is capable of full simmer control, so you can cook just about anything. Using the Jetlink port, the single burner system can be coupled to additional Jetboil and Eureka! brand stoves, including to another HalfGen, a Genesis Base Camp System, Eureka’s Spire LX, or simply the Luna Satellite Burner.
The basecamp stove runs off a standard 16.4-ounce propane bottle and a built-in windscreen ensures a consistent flame. It comes equipped with 9-inch ceramic-coated fry pan with an easy to remove and easy to clean drip pan. The HalfGen System is also compatible with the 5L FluxPot, both in storage and in use.
The HalfGen weighs 3.5 pounds all in, nests into itself, and packs up its own carrying case.
Both new Jetboil stoves will start shipping sometime in January.