Jetboil Sol Cooking Systems

When it comes to backcountry cooking performance, Jetboil is a company that sits near the top. The Jetboil Sol cooking system offers two different models, the Sol Advanced and the award winning Sol TI Premium. These backpacking cooking systems offer many features, and are a fantastic choice for seasoned or beginners alike. Let’s take a look at the features and highlights of these two models below.

Features

Jetboil Sol Advanced Cooking System

[amazon_link id=”B004XJNYGG” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Jet Boil Sol - Aluminum Advanced Cooking Stoves 2012[/amazon_link]The Jetboil Sol Advanced cooking system features an innovative design that allows you to pack the burner and fuel canister within the .8 Liter cooking cup. This cuts down on the overall dimensions, and makes for a very portable and compact system. The new Thermo-Regulate burner technology allows you to deliver consistent burner output down to a frigid 20 degrees. This makes the Jetboil Sol advanced cooking system a true 4 season camp stove, and a must in wintry weather.

The cooking cup has some nice features, including an insulating cozy with color changing heat indicator and handle, a drink through lid with a pour spout and built in strainer, and a bottom cover that doubles as a bowl and measuring cup. The burner comes with a push button igniter, and a pot stabilizer that not only keeps your cooking cup from spilling and tipping over, but protects your flame against winds.

Jetboil Sol TI Premium Cooking System

[amazon_link id=”B004RA03LK” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Jetboil Sol Titanium Cooking System (Sand)[/amazon_link]The award winning Jetboil Sol Titanium Premium cooking system is a high performance, 4 season backcountry stove that meets ultralight backpacking standards. Weighing in at only 8.5 ounces, the Sol TI Premium will make it so you don’t have to sacrifice performance in winter conditions, but still have a lightweight stove option. The features are all the same as with the Sol Advanced cooking system above. The Jetboil Sol TI Premium cooking system received the Editors’ Choice award by Outdoor Magazine in 2012.

Specs

Sol Advanced

  • Dimensions – 4.1” x 6.5” (10.4 cm x 16.5 cm)
  • Cooking Cup Volume – .8 Liter (27 ounces)
  • Boil time (.5 Liter or 16 ounces) – 2 minutes 15 seconds
  • Fuel type – Jetpower canister
  • Jetpower canister life (100g) – 12 Liters boiled water
  • [amazon_link id=”B004XJNYGG” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Jetboil Sol Advanced[/amazon_link]

Sol TI Premium

  • Dimensions – 4.1” x 6.5” (10.4 cm x 16.5 cm)
  • Cooking Cup Volume – .8 Liter (27 ounces)
  • Boil time (.5 Liter or 16 ounces) – 2 minutes 15 seconds
  • Fuel type – Jetpower canister
  • Jetpower canister life (100g) – 12 Liters boiled water
  • [amazon_link id=”B004XJNYI4″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Jetboil Sol Titanium[/amazon_link]

Backpacking Samurai Thoughts

The Jetboil Sol Advanced and TI Premium cooking systems are some of the best backpacking cooking systems on the market today. Because they are so portable and compact, packing them is easy. If weight is an issue, the Titanium option shaves off an additional 2 ounces from the Advanced system. What really stuck out to us is the ability of these stoves to produce a consistent source of heat in cold weather. It is hard to find a high quality 4 season stove out there, and these two models really shine in that category. Add to all of these features a cool design and high tech innovation, and you have our recommendation for one of the best backpacking stoves on the market today. Click the following link to purchase yours today.

[amazon_link id=”B004XJNYGG” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Jetboil Sol Advanced[/amazon_link]

[amazon_link id=”B004XJNYI4″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Jetboil Sol Titanium[/amazon_link]

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