Providing high-performance for making meals and hot drinks on the trail, the Stash Cooking System is the lightest in the Jetboil range for gram-counting expeditioners.
This system is comprised of a FluxRing cookpot and a stand-alone stove that all nests together with a separately available 100g JetPower fuel canister for compact storage. The pot comes with a handle to make it easy to pour from as well as a lid too for easier use in the field. This system uses the brand’s FluxRing technology, so you can get your water boiled in just 2.5 minutes to rehydrate a meal or make a cuppa on your hikes. It also comes complete with a fuel stabiliser to keep the whole system secure on the ground while you cook.
Make more room in your pack for other essentials, by saving weight and space with the Stash Cooking System from Jetboil.
Includes: Titanium Burner, .8L FluxRing Cook Pot with Lid, Fuel Stabilizer, and instructions
Fast 2.5 minute boil time
Stove nests in the pot along with separately available 100g JetPower fuel canister
Cook pot features a lid and handle for convenience
Fuel stabiliser keeps everything stable and steady
Compatible with separately available Grande Coffee Press, Hanging Kit, and JetSet Utensils from Jetboil
Fuel canister not included with this cooking system
13L x 11.2W x 11.2H cm
Titanium | Hard Anodised Alluminium | Stainless Steel
BTU Per Burner:
No. of Burners:
1L Boil Time:
2m 30sec per 0.5L
Isobutane | Propane
Jetboil stash1 answer
Hey guys Do you know if the jetboil frypan work ok with this system? Thanks ðŸ¤
Lisa - Kalbeeba, SA(6 months ago)
The Jetboil Skillet can be used on any hiking stove, including the Jetboil Titanium Burner that comes with the Stash. It's not a system per say, more of a kit with a hiking stove, pot, and stabiliser. You can use any lightweight adventure style cooking gear with this stove. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(6 months ago)
weight and packed size1 answer
Pls advise if the 200gm includes pot, stand, stove, bag and anything else? Can you store the next larger size fuel cannister inside as the one portrayed is very small? I assume you can use other brand cannisters? Does the stove need to be ignited by an external source eg lighter?
Vic - ACT(1 year ago)
We've measured the full set which is pot, stove, and stove bag, and that comes to 230g. This does not include the compatible 100g gas canister which has a gross weight (full) of 199g. No other size canister is compatible, but these cans are generally universal so any brand in the 100g gas size should work. Thhe stove does not have a piezo ignition, meaning you will need to carry a lighter. Hope that helps!