If you’re more than a little bored of rehydrated meals on your hiking adventures, then the JetBoil MightyMo is going to be a very exciting addition to your kit.
The main point of difference with the MightyMo is that it has four full turns of the regulator valve spindle, so you get excellent flame control meaning you can dial it back to simmer – giving you the option for creative meals on the trail. Ignited at the push of a button, the 10,000 BTU burner will boil a litre of water in 3 minutes and will consume 100g of fuel per 12 litres of water. This stove will pack down incredibly small for fitting in your pack, and the fuel can stabiliser will provide more support for your stove when cooking.
The MightyMo backpacking stove works especially well with the FluxRing Fry Pan or Cooking pot, but you can still use it with your own lightweight hiking cookware as long as it fits onto of the stove.On your next hiking adventure, you can cook up a variety of tasty meals with the help of the excellent simmer control on the JetBoil Mighty Stove.
MightyMo works together with FluxRing Fry Pan and FluxRing Cooking Pot
Push button ignition
Can be used with JetBoil pots, or your own lightweight hiking cookware
Comes with fuel can stabiliser
In Use Dimensions:
11L x 11W x 9H cm
4.5L x 4.5W x 9H cm
BTU Per Burner:
Regulated | 10,000 BTU
1L Boil Time:
Isobutane | Propane
Gas Fitting to Bottle:
Self Sealing Threaded
Staff tip:Just to cover our butts, we need to mention that the gas cylinder is not included with the stove.
Largest pan or pot size?1 answer
What’s the largest recommended size of fry pan or pot that can be used on the Mightymo? And with larger pots, am I correct in assuming the pot support is a definite requirement?
Coralie - Northern Rivers, NSW(2 months ago)
So I've double checked Bens's response on a previous Q&A because I suspected he got his words mixed up abit there - Pot Support and Can Stabiliser are often confused as being the same thing.
You dont need the Pot Support, but you will need to use the Can Stabiliser - orange plastic thingo - when you are using larger or heavier pots. There isnt actually a weight rating or size limit with these stoves, largely because they're designed for hiking so its assumed they'd be able to handle even the largest of hiking cookware options. If you are using conventional cookware i probably wouldnt want to exceed anything around 20cm in diameter for stability, and be mindful that we're not talking trying to boil a 5L pot of water which would be to heavy IMO.
The only other thing to consider with using standard larger cookware is that the burner itself is quite small and you may have issues with heat distribution and food cooking evenly. The Jetboil Fry Pan, or Sea to Summit Alpha pans are good options at 10", aswell as the Sea to Summit X-Pot, Alpha, or Sigma range.
Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(2 months ago)
Dimensions of the rose1 answer
What is the width of the perforated part of the burner please? Thanks
Karen - Port Macquarie, NSW(2 years ago)
The burner is approximately 4.5cm in diameter. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(2 years ago)
Do you have to use the Jetboil fuel canisters?1 answer
Do you have to use the Jetboil fuel canisters or can you buy standard ones if Jetboil ones aren’t available?
Sam - Sydney (5 years ago)
The Jetboil MightMo Hiking Stove uses a universal fit screw type fuel canister so you don't need to purchase a Jetboil brand one. You should be able to pick up canisters from a range of brands (MSR, Companion, Jetboil) in any camping store worldwide. Just let the staff know it's for a hiking stove with a screw in thread and they'll be able to direct you to the correct type.