Serve up a serious smoke show with your Jetboil Genesis Basecamp Stove.
This super compact stove will be sure to provide you with your much-needed morning coffee when the birds call you out of your tent. Bring your broth to a boil in just over three minutes with the 10,000 TU heating system. Designed to be used with the Jetboil 5L Cook Pot and 10” fry pan, sitting perfectly in both for simple stacked storage. The included attachable windscreen means the weather won’t get in your way when you’re cooking up a storm and avoiding a real storm.
From pancakes to carrots, cook them crisp on your Jetboil Genesis Basecamp Stove.
Dual-burner design functions as a standalone stove
10,000 BTU heating system
Boils 1 litre of water in just over 3 minutes (using Jetboil 5L FluxRing Cooking Pot)
Works well with other Jetboil cooking appliances
System carry bag with pocket
Compatible with standard 16.4 oz propane bottle
52L x 24.5W x 8H cm
28L x 28W x 16H cm
Total 3.25 Kg | Stove 2.80 Kg
Steel | Brass | Silicone | Plastic
BTU Per Burner:
10,000 BTU/h | 3 kW
No. of Burners:
Propane | ULPG
10.8 MJ/h (per burner) | 48 Liters per 468g Propane Cartridge using 5L FluxRing Cooking Pot (sold separately)
Gas Fitting to Appliance:
BOM via Regulator
Staff tip:The Genesis Basecamp Stove uses a standard 16.4 oz / 368 g propane bottle (sold separately, see the 'You Might Also Like' section below). It is not compatible with the Jetpower Fuel from JetBoil
Standard 4kg LPG Bottle1 answer
Can the stove be attached to a standard 4kg cylinder?
Brian - St Clair, SA (6 months ago)
We've heard back from Jetboil in the US, here's their response:
The adapter hose that is purchased MUST be connected to the regulator. You cannot bypass the regulator. Here is what we tell our customers in the US:
You must connect the stock regulator to the Fuel input Port on the stove as normal. The top-end of the adapter hose will then get secured to the regulator. NOTE: the hose must not have an in-line regulator. The lower end of the hose should be connected directly to the bulk tank threads...again...NO additional regulator.
I highly recommend taking the original Propane Regulator arm that comes with the stove to a reputable propane supply store (they're specialists!) and tell them you need a thread adapter hose for connecting the regulator to a standard 20 lb. Tank valve. They should be able to help in selecting the hose and they might even offer such a hose in different lengths.
When all connections are made and leak-testing has been performed on all connections to confirm there is no fuel leakage, slowly open the tank valve to charge the hose/system. This should only take a moment and then you may proceed to open the tank valve fully. From there, refer to the user manual for normal operation of the stove.
As with all propane connections of this type, the system should be disconnected after use to relieve back pressure on the internal regulator components.