FLASH Cooking System
Product Number: 22021
The Jetboil Flash™ Cooking System adds more enjoyment to your favorite outdoor adventure. Like all of Jetboil’s innovative systems, Flash is an all-in-one design, combining burner and cooking vessel in one compact unit. Everything you need is stacked and stored inside the 1.0 liter cooking cup. The system lights with the click of a button and within two minutes provides two cups of boiling water for cocoa, coffee, instant soup or a gourmet freeze-dried meal. The newly designed burner secures the igniter, protecting it from bumps along the road.
Flash™ is designed to be one of the safest cooking solutions out there. The cooking cup clips onto the burner, preventing accidental spills, and the fuel canister tripod ensures overall stability. The insulating cozy has a color-changing heat indicator that signals when contents are hot.
- 1.0 Liter FluxRing¿ cooking cup with insulating cozy, featuring Flash color-change heat indicator
- Adjustable stainless steel burner with push-button "through-cup" igniter
- Drink-through lid and insulating bottom cover/measuring cup
- Tripod base for added stability
- Fuel sold separately
Weight: 14 oz / 400 g
Dimensions: D 4.1" x H 7.1" (104 mm x 180 mm)
Volume: 32 oz / 1 Liter
Vendor ProductId: 3002
Review ProductId: 22021
What’s in your pack? Backpacking gear list 1: The traditional backpacker
"In the 'good old days,' a pack loaded with a weekend’s worth of gear might weigh upwards of 30 pounds. Today, lightweight equipment and high-tech features make it easier to carry everything you need on your back. Most backpackers choose the appropriate gear by considering criteria such as comfort, durability, cost and weight. This can be tricky, as often an improvement for one criteria comes at the expense of one or more of the others. The list below highlights some of the most popular choices, for those seeking a balanced approach..."
What’s in MY pack? Backpacking gear lists from a Great Smoky Mountains overnighter
"Ever since we published a series of backpacking gear lists this spring (an ultralight backpacking gear list, a traditional backpacking gear list and a beginner’s backpacking gear list) several blog readers have contacted me to ask which of those items I personally carry. After all, it’s one thing to compile lists of suggested backpacking gear, and another thing entirely to disclose exactly what I take on the trail. Well, what better way to follow up those gear lists, and answer that question, than with another gear list?"