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JETBOIL Joule Group Cooking System

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  • JETBOIL Joule Group Cooking System

    A trusted companion on any adventure—and 2013 OutDoor Industry Award winner—the Jetboil Joule Group Cooking System provides unparalleled cold-weather performance and ease of use for expert backpacking groups and alpinists.

    Features/Benefits:

    • Quick to set up with no time lost preparing hot liquids, melting snow, and cooking meals for large groups
    • High 10,000 BTU output provides a rapid boil time of 2 min. 40 sec. while still allowing precision simmer control when cooking
    • Inverted canister design with Liquid Feed Regulator combines the performance of a liquid/multi-fuel stove with the convenience and versatility of a canister stove
    • Thermo-Regulate technology ensures consistent heat to 10F
    • Convenient and reliable push-button igniter gets the stove running in no time
    • 2.5 L (84.5 oz.) FluxRing insulated cooking vessel boils enough water for a group of 3-5 people
    • Stable locking handle folds away for easy storage
    • Includes see-through lid with built-in strainer
    • Dimensions: 6.5 x 8 in.

    Country of Origin: Imported

  • JETBOIL Joule Group Cooking System

    Fuel Type Canister
    Ignition Method Push-button
    Priming No
    Boil Time 2 min. 40 sec. / 1 L
    Windscreen Included No
    Burn Time 64 min. / 230 g Jetpower canister
    Type Canister
    Weight 25.2 oz.

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JETBOIL Joule Group Cooking System
 
5.0

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5.0

HOLY COW!!!

By Jimmy Tango

from Lancaster, PA

Pros

  • powerhouse

Cons

  • Its big

Best Uses

  • -0f Use
  • Group Use In Winter
  • Melting Snow

Comments about JETBOIL Joule Group Cooking System:

WOW!!! This exceeded my expectations. I have many stoves but found for me, most of the year I use a cat fancy stove with alcohol. When its really cold <25F I'll bust out the Jetboil Sol. Used the Sol to just below 0F. I did have to warm the fuel can in my jacket, and would sleep with the can in bag overnight. I wanted a stove for subzero temps, in basecamping, or major snow melting needed trips. I dont care for white gas setups.
I used this Joule to -20F and NEVER WARMED THE CAN!!!! In 3 days of use on Mt. Washington, outside of Harvard Cabin this January I used 4oz of fuel to boil water from a stream(yes there was a stream with a hole hacked through 12"ice, so no melting of snow was needed)! Yes, I would recommend this stove for snow melting, super cold, or group cooking. They have a winner here!

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