Jetboil Zip Cooking System

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Jetboil Zip Cooking System -

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. Color: Black.

Manufacturer model #: ZIP.

Support and Cushioning:

  • Pot Support and Stabilizer tripod included

Insulation:

  • 0.8 Liter FluxRing cooking cup with insulating Cargo Cozy

Zippers:

  • Zip is so compact and light-weight, you’ll keep it on hand for day trips close to home and overnight adventures alike

Features:

  • Bottom cover doubles as a bowl and measuring cup
  • Fuel sold separately
  • Drink-through lid with pour spout and strainer
  • Compatible with all Jetboil accessories
  • Adjustable burner
Moosejaw

The Jetboil Zip Personal Cooking System. Rely on Jetboil Zip to provide hot food and drinks quickly and conveniently when you want them the most. Distilled from the flagship Jetboil PCS design, Zip provides the essential function and features you expect from Jetboil, at an economical price. Zip is so compact and light-weight, you'll keep it on hand for day trips close to home and overnight adventures alike.

FEATURES of the Jetboil Zip Personal Cooking System.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Jetboil Zip Personal Cooking System.

Mountain Gear
Whether you’re spending your days traversing spindrift and valleys of snow, or just chilling on a warm summer camping trip, you’ll love the lightweight accessibility of JETBOIL’s Zip Cooking System.

Backcountry Edge

An affordable, no-frills adaption of the award-winning Personal Cooking System (PCS), the Jetboil Zip employs FluxRing technology to provide fast and efficient performance, boiling 16 ounces of water in just 2 minutes!


Cabelas
A lightweight, no-frills backpacking stove that’s equipped with the reliability of the PCS models with a more moderate price. Features an 0.8-liter cooking cup with an insulating sleeve, adjustable burner, a drink-through lid with pour spout and strainer, and a bottom cover that doubles as a measuring cup or bowl. Compatible with all Jetboil accessories. Imported.
Volume: 0.8 liter. Boils 16 oz. of water in two minutes.
Dimensions: 6.5"H x 4.1"W.
Weight: 11.75 oz.
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1 Liter Boil Time:2.5 min (.5 liter)
Auto Ignition:no
Average Boil Time:2 minutes, 30 seconds
Boil time:16 oz (0.5 Liter) = 2 minutes, 30 seconds (avg over life of Jetpower canister)
Capacity:27 oz / 0.8 Liter
Cartridge Life:12 Liters per 100g canister
Cold Weather Performance:Fair
Country of Origin:USA
Dimension:4.1 x 6.5" / 104 x 165 mm
Dimensions:4.1” x 6.5” (104 mm x 165 mm)
Field Maintainable:Yes
Fuel:Iso/Propane Canister
Fuel Connector:Universal Lindal Valve
Fuel Type:Isobutane Mixed
Heat Reflector:yes
Ignition Method:Push-button
Item Weight:12 oz (not including fuel)
Material:hard-anodized aluminum (cooking cup)
Packed Size:4.1 x 6.5 in / 10.4 x 16.5 cm
Priming:No
Recommended Use:Camping, Backpacking or at the Worksite
Simmer:yes
Size:4.1" x 6.5" (104 mm x 165 mm)
Stability:Good
Stove Type:Canister Stoves
Type:Canister
Upc, Ean, Isbn:893483000625
Volume:27 oz (0.8 Liter)
Volume of Pot:27 ounces
Warranty:One-Year Limited Warranty
Water boiled:12 Liters per 100g Jetpower canister
Weight:12 oz (345 g) * system weight does not include pot support, fuel stabilizer and measuring cup
Windscreen:yes
Windscreen Included:No
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Jetboil Zip Cooking System Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

4 cups fast

The zip heats up 4 cups of water in half the time of my old stove. When heating one cup for a freeze-dried meal it surpassed my expectations at around a minute (no wind room temperature). The zip does not have an igniter but who needs one, it is just another part to break. The Jetboil system does provide a lighter holder built into the covering. If it is very windy I would recommend that you fashion a windbreaker of some sort. I keep one in my pack or car when I hit the local mountain come winter. I can heat a can of soup outside and avoid the high costs or resort food and it gives me the opportunity to stay outside. The product is also great for day hikes and the canister lasts a very long time, for multiday trips or if you need to cook for a group. All black is the way to go.

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blow/speargunbugout at Campmor on 10/10/2012

Excellent cookstove

First time owning a campstove and it was a great purchase. Two night trip through wilderness and having this along made the trip so much easier to prepare food. Easy to light and adjust. May be difficult with heavy gloves. One morning, the boil overflowed out of the top and spilled over the sides as I was trying to shut it off. Potential for scalding and was careful the next few times I used it. Overall the water boiled fast and I was on my way with little to no fuss. Loved the sleeve on the side for spork storage. Very efficient on fuel. I boiled 9 times on a 100ml canister and still had fuel leftover.
Mulloo at Campmor on 08/08/2013

JetBoil is a Must

I bought this in preparation for My first Backpacking trip. I must say its a necessity. It packs lite it boils fast, and is very sturdy. My only gripe would be it doesn't have a built in striker, but that's not too critical. I even used it one very frosty morning to make a fire. Not having the inclination to crouch next to the fire pit striking flint and steel for several minutes, I broke out with the jetboil. Fired it up and put some kindling on the flame, in seconds a I had the fire pit roaring with a little help from jetboil and the frosty morning was not so bad.
Mark at Campmor on 03/03/2013

best boiling system to date

I have had almost every stove on the market and now have settled on the jet boil. This model doesnt have the built in lighter but that's fine with me. The box says it boils 2cups in 2-1/2 min however my tests show 1:45, which makes it the fastest of all the stoves that I own. Everything fits inside the cup which is great, though during a hike I will not be using the included pot stand. At the end of the day when im tired and just want to have a meal without alot of hassle, this stove will easily get the job done.
callihan at Campmor on 08/08/2011

awesome little stove

This stove rocks! I just got back from a four day backpacking trip with a buddy and it was the only cooking system that we needed. Its boil time is FAST, about two and a half minutes with a full pot. The stove lights easy and packs small. The only reason I gave it four stars is its simmer control is pretty much non-exsistant, so if that is important to you it is worth looking at one of their higher end products. Other than that I have zero complaints with this stove and would definitely buy it again. Happy trails!
matt the packrat at Campmor on 05/05/2012

Great cooker

It works great. I like the indicator on the side of the pot. The only reason I did not give it a 5 star was because it does not light as easy as the older model. I does light just not on the first try every time like the older ones did. I have looked at others and this is the best one for the money.
Predatormaster at Cabelas on 09/10/2013

Everything we could have asked for

I ordered two of these products for my active U.S. Marine sons. They had seen the product elsewhere and requested them. When they arrived, they were just as expected. Better yet, the service was excellent; the time between order and delivery better than expected. Well done! We'll order from you again.
Grateful at Campmor on 07/07/2012

Fastest stove ever

I have been using for years now and its just great 60 seconds to boil water and real easy to use works great at altitude above 10000 feet use the better gas its works better up there. Small compact lightweight. good little system.
Gader at Cabelas on 04/02/2013

Great Stove

I’m very happy with my Jetboil. Was out with friends riding snowmachines, took a break and within a few minutes had coffee. Taking it with me everywhere I go from now on, very handy little stove and easy to pack.
Articdude at Cabelas on 04/19/2013

Great Product

Used stove on 5 day hike and it performed perfectly. My son was with me and had his own stove (I won't mentioned what brand). He was so impressed he is going to get a Jetboil of his own.
John at Campmor on 01/01/2013

Negative Reviews:

Bad bad Jetboil

Good thing my son & tried this Christmas gift before going backpacking. This Jetboil stove doesn't work properly. Maybe there's something wrong with the valve on this particular unit?
Now I'm still waiting for the refund, and I'm out $5 for the fuel can (which is different type than my Coleman stove) and I'm out $6 to mail product back to Campmor. Jetboil sucks.
DelDean at Campmor on 02/02/2012