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Thumbs up Jet boil personal cooker

I am a big fan of this product since I got it. Few weeks ago. If you do a lot of hiking and like to heat hot food while on the trail then this is for you. In the picture I am cooking a bowl of chucky soup. It will make me coffee in 90 seconds. Yes 90 seconds.



The black cozy around the bowl lets you hold the entire unit (everything you see in the picture while it cooks. You then turn off the unit and start eating.

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i was about to buy one a year or two ago but i love my msr pockt rocket

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I too love my pocket rocket however I avoid discussing it in public...

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I considered one of those but since I will be camping from a motorcycle I went with the Coleman Multi-fuel stove since I can just take some gasoline straight from the tank.

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lol well you got me there im sorry , how much dose the the jet boil way ? because right now im useing my pocket rocket and a gsi ti pot set i know its not as fast to boil but its light

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A roll of heavy duty foil and a hot engine is what I use...I bet I could have used a pizza stone when I had failing head gaskets and made a great pie.

I usually get 1 whole chicken per 60 miles, another 10 to 12 miles if you want baked potatos..lol

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A roll of heavy duty foil and a hot engine is what I use...I bet I could have used a pizza stone when I had failing head gaskets and made a great pie.

I usually get 1 whole chicken per 60 miles, another 10 to 12 miles if you want baked potatos..lol
thats good to know for road trips thanks

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thats good to know for road trips thanks
Here ya go...

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Still getting use to this thing.

Piece of advice, do not turn on unless there is water or soup in the container. If you do you will burn the outer foamy piece.


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That things seems like you could melt snow around any stuck wheels....maybe?

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