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Unread 6th April 2013, 11:27 PM
Pyro4fun Pyro4fun is offline
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Just wanted to throw in my 2 cents, I've had my jet boil for about 2 1/2 years now and it's still running strong! I got the French Press for the lid, it works great for both coffee and tea! You can warm up soup, boil Water in under 2min, great for dehydrated meals when hiking/camping light.

My question is, has anyone tried the fry pan or the new SUMO cup?
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I bought the fry pan. It has the same heat distribution system underneath as the Jetboil cup itself. Unfortunately all I've used it for so far is to warm tortillas, since I've been using Mountain House meals for my last few camping excursions, but the heat grid does make it pretty stable, as it's not going to slip off the burner. A good product.


Edited to add that the clip on bowl/plate that comes with it as a heat grid protector makes a handy additional well, bowl or plate.

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No Fry pan yet. So far all I've used it for is boiling water for dehydrated food, making coffee, or tea. Only problem I've had is the plastic cup/protector cracked. Probably because it lives in the back of the car. Replacements are available.
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My niece got this for a Xmas pressie & loves it. she's used it everywhere from camping in the snow to the beach. She even used it to give me a hot soup lunch on an offroad day trip a while ago
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