The Jetboil Sol Personal Cooking System. Trust Jetboil Sol to deliver warmth and sustenance wherever and whenever your outdoor pursuits take you. From the company that launched the revolutionary Jetboil PCS, the all new ultra-compact, 10.5 ounce Sol personal cooking system is barely noticed in your pack while assuring you're prepared for the toughest conditions. In this true 4-season upright canister cooking system, Jetboil introduces advanced Jetboil Thermo-Regulate Burner Technology to deliver consistent heat output down to 15°F. Conceived, tested, and refined in New Hampshire's rugged White Mountains, Sol moves Jetboil performance and reliability light years ahead. For ultra lightweight requirements, Sol Ti with a titanium cooking cup weighs an astonishing 9 ounces, with full Jetboil performance and efficiency. The all-in-one Sol design offers all of the features and functionality of Jetboil's trademark convenient cooking systems, including integrated burner base and 0.8 Liter FluxRing Cooking Cup.
FEATURES of the Jetboil Sol Personal Cooking System
Thermo-Regulate technology - consistent heat to 15° F
0.8 Liter FluxRing cooking cup
Insulating Cozy with heat-indicating display
Convenient, reliable push-button igniter
Stabilizer tripod included, pot support sold separately
Drink-through lid with pour spout and strainer
Compatible with all Jetboil Accessories
SPECIFICATIONS of the Jetboil Sol Personal Cooking System
Volume: 27 oz / 0.8 Liter
Boil Time: 116 oz / 1/2 Liter = 2 minutes 30 sec. avg. over the life of Jetpower Can
Water Boiled: 12 Liters per 100 g Jetpower canister
Rated 5 out of
Best way to boil water in the outsideI have used a Jetboil PCS for years and this was a worthy upgrade. Much Much lighter boils water just as fast. It is also somewhat more compact which always helps. The main reasons I got this were weight and the lower temperature ratings of the new stove. The metal extension for the burner control is also a great addition. If you have a flash not much reason to go for this one. If you don't have a Jetboil or have a PCS then jump right in its great.,,,,A final note. Jetboils are for boiling water not slow cooking. if you just want to do dehydrated meals and coffee in the outdoors nothing beats them for stability and reliability.
Date published: 2011-10-18
Rated 4 out of
Excellent stove for the price, and not much else comes close!This is my second Jet Boil (first one got stolen). I used the flash for long backpacking trips but wanted something smaller that I could use for overnight road/mountain-biking trips. The SOL is perfect for this. Self igniter, can boil the same amount of water I need as the FLASH, packs down smaller, same burner, just smaller cooking pot. Don't waste money on titanium one, you don't save enough weight to justify the extra $. I'm an avid cyclist and picky about weight. I ride a Superfly 100 MTB and Douglas Fusion road bike and this stove can be taped or secured to the frame with hook and loop tape (not included). Buy it!
Date published: 2011-09-19
Rated 5 out of
Worth the priceI bought this before a two week backpacking trip and it preformed flawlessly. I thought about going with an alcohol stove, but when you add up the stove canister and fuel they weigh just as much as the jetboil sol. The actual stove section is only 2.5oz, which is about as light as you can get for a stove. I wouldn't spend the extra money on the TI model. This one is light enough. Be ware however that a jet boil boils water extremely fast. There isn't any variation in temperature. If you want to simmer spaghetti noodle for example, this isn't the ideal stove. You can make it work, but it takes some trial and error. Perfect for freeze dried meals and hot drinks.
Date published: 2013-02-08
Rated 5 out of
Sips fuel, blazing fast, and light weight--what more could you ask for?For a long time I shied away from canister stoves because they are bulky, require expensive fuel (relative to alcohol burners), and were way too heavy for the performance they offered. All that changed with the Sol Ti!,,,,Simply put, this stove is amazing! It uses so little fuel that a canister seems to last forever, and if you strip off some of the accessories the weight is reasonable for lightweight backpacking where every ounce counts. ,,,,The aluminium version is probably fine for most people to save a little money, but if you find a good deal or just want the lightest around, then go for the Ti version!
Date published: 2012-12-28
Rated 3 out of
Peak FailureThis past year my Jetboil has been amazing, super easy set up and quick boiing. It wasn't until climbing Pikes Peak this weekend that I started to get a little frustrated. First, I really wanted to use the fluxring pan, but it is impossible to get a consistent heat dispersion - basically everything just burns to the pan. Second, and I should have expected this, but I was having a very difficult time lighting my Jetboil at 12,000 ft to melt snow for water. It was super nice out, and there was hardly any wind. Clearly the igniter didn't work, and it took much longer than I wanted using my lighter. I would suggest the Jetboil for standard camping trips, but I'm looking for an alternative for my bigger excursions.
Date published: 2015-03-22
Rated 3 out of
fast boil but not adaptableI took this jetboil to my New Zealand trip early this year. It boils a cup of water really fast. However, you cannot use the cup with other conventional stove as it lacks of a real handle. We were allowed to use the cabin's stove for a couple of times, other people were able to use the conventional stove with their pot and I was stuck with my gas can and jetboil stove. It's very hard to separate the cup from the stove so I have to hold the whole thing to eat. I wish it had a real handle instead of a sleeve. The orange cup broke after a couple of use,
Date published: 2014-07-23
Rated 2 out of
FlimsyI know it is pretty light and boils water fast but ...,,It is just too flimsy. The insulation is insufficient on the cup so you have to be very careful when it is hot. The top lid keeps slipping, that a big problem when you have boiling water in it, and also a problem when you try to package it inside of your backpack. The overall construction does not inspire confidence in long term durability either. ,,,,I have a lot of light weight gear. This is the only time so far I wished for something more solid, even if it mean two extra ounces.
Date published: 2013-04-04
Rated 4 out of
Works pretty well in the ColdI've used this puppy to melt snow and boil water in the winter above the tree line in Colorado (in the tent). It may take a little while, but it gets the job done as long as you keep the canisters warm. ,,,,I have had a few issues with the igniter that I never had on the Flash. Always bring a lighter as backup. ,,,,Buy this stove if you want a compact stove system that can boil water quickly and be hung pretty much anywhere.