After a long day on the trail, the Jetboil MightyMo Backpacking Stove gives you a powerful, compact cooking stove that's ready to go. The convenient, push-button igniter makes it easy to light the stove, and the 10,000 BTU/h burner heats 1 liter of water to a boil in as little as 3 minutes.
Features and Benefits
Powered by Jetboil Jetpower fuel (sold separately)
10,000 BTU/h provides powerful cooking power
Boils 1 liter in 3 minutes in the FluxRing cooking pot (sold separately)
Regulated for use down to 20°F
Convenient push-button igniter
Compacts down to a small size for easy packing
Designed to work with the FluxRing fry pan and cooking pot (sold separately)
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What's in the Box
Jetboil MightyMo Backpacking Stove
Rated 4 out of
Good product10,000 Btu is good for a backpack stove burner. Manufacturer recommends nothing bigger than 8 inches. But the only draw back is, it will not hold the "coleman" nesting cups; the boiler pot is to small and will not fit safely on the burner. This is made for larger pans or pots.
Can you use other name brand liquid fuel like MSR etc.
Asked by: Bubba
Per the manufacturer, the Jetboil MightyMo Backpacking Stove is compatible with valves made to the EN417 specification, a standard adopted by manufacturers throughout the world. Please note that the product has not been tested with every different type of fuel canister, and we cannot claim safe operations with any canister other than Jetpower brand of fuel. However, if you are unable to find this fuel out of the trail, the following fuel has the same mixture and valve: Brunton, Gigapower, MSR, Primus and Snowpeak.
Answered by: smartinez
Date published: 2017-10-09
What kind of fuel do i need? And how does ot hook up to the fuel?
Asked by: Gs Rider
You must use isobutane/propane mix. It's a threaded, burner to fuel tank connection.