Starting with the same proven, efficient technology for which Jetboil is known, the MicroMo personal cooking system incorporates a valve design that grants it adjustable simmer control for optimal versatility for backcountry mealtimes.
The MicroMo’s 0.8-liter insulated and hard-anodized aluminum cooking cup connects directly to the high-performance burner via Jetboil’s FluxRing design, ensuring that less heat is lost during the cooking process. The broad base of the burner also enhances cooking and improves the overall stability of the MicroMo. A built-in windscreen allows the MicroMo to function effectively even under less than perfect conditions. A simple-to-use electric igniter makes lighting the burner and operating the MicroMo quick and easy.
A neoprene lining encases the cooking cup, keeping food and beverages warm long after heating. A sip-through lid further helps insulate the contents of the cooking cup and prohibits spills. The protective plastic bottom of the cup can be removed for use as a small bowl or measuring device.
Compact and lightweight, the entire MicroMo cooking system can be stowed inside the cooking cup, reducing the entire 12 ounce MicroMo to a 4.1” x 6.5” packed size. You can customize and expand the use and functionality of your MicroMo with additional cooking cups, a coffee press, pot support, or any of many other Jetboil accessories (sold separately).
The MicroMo requires the use of a Jetpower Fuel canister (sold separately). Each 100g canister of Jetpower Fuel allows the MicroMo to boil 12 liters of water. Burn time for a half a liter of water is 2 minutes, 15 seconds. Fuel canisters stow conveniently with the stove inside the cooking cup.
The Jetboil MicroMo personal cooking system is available in your choice of colorful patterns.
- For Heating/water boiling only!
- Lightweight .8 Liter FluxRing cooking cup
- Lightweight Drink-through lid with pour spout & strainer
- Lightweight insulating cozy
- Lightweight shroud
- Jetboil engineered valve for unmatched simmer control
- Consistent performance down to 20°F (-6°C)
- Push-button igniter
- Able to store a 100g Jetpower fuel can
- Compatible accessories include Coffee Press, Hanging Kit, and Pot Support (all sold separately)
Best Use Backpacking, Camping Item Weight 12 oz (w/o fuel stabilizer or fuel canister) Dimensions 4.1' x 6.5" Warranty 1-Year Fuel Iso/Propane Canister Average Boil Time 2 min 15 sec (per 0.5 L) Stability Good Cold Weather Performance Fair
Real Customer Reviews
- Lightweight and simple to use!
Likes: Easy to use. light and quick. 8 oz was boiling on around a minute!
- Compact and boils fast
Likes: Nice and compact, super quick setup and boils water super fast.
This is my goto stove for not only backpacking but offroad camping - especially boiling water for coffee and warm water to wash face in the morning
jetboil warranty is awesome too - had a problem when it melted the plastic b/c I was using it on GSI stove, and they sent me a replacement
Dislikes: Wish there was a better mechanism for removing the pot from the stove easier - no big deal, I don't generally lock in the pot to the stove so I just lift and remove when the water finish boiling
- Great cooking system
Likes: You can pack everything into the cup for transport, boils water extremely fast and love the coozy on the cup makes handling it while hot much easier
Dislikes: If you don't catch it on sale it's a little more than I would give, but on sale very reasonable for this system.
- Light, fast, effective
Likes: Product works as expected. Boils water extremely fast (16 oz in less than 3 mins) without a significant weight burden. Also, the compact packing design is a huge plus. All necessary accessories fit in the cup: stand, 100g fuel can, and burner. Had no problem firing the stove up in freezing temperature.
Dislikes: Sometimes the lid pops off more easily than I prefer. I suspect user error.
- Best Jetboil Yet. Mo Series Stove Makes All the Difference
Likes: I love this Jetboil! The new "Mo" series stove is such a huge upgrade. Not only do you have the benefits of a Jetboil but now you have the simmer capability to actually make some real food. I've made soups; boiled water; coffee; even made popcorn in my Jetboil (make sure you keep the flame on low). All possible due to the new stove. I'm planning on getting a Micromo Spare cup for when I want to cook bigger meals. That way I'll have both options available to me. Buy it you'll love it.
Dislikes: I did notice that I get soot on the bottom of my cup but it only happens when I simmer. The good news is is that that soot just wipes off clean. Don't really know why it forms but again its no hassle to wipe it off. Still an amazing product this "Mo" series Jetboil.
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