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Outbound Reviewed: Jetboil MightyMo Cooking Stove

The same Jetboil power and reliability at a fraction of the weight!

By: Haley Baker + Save to a List

I've loved Jetboil's stove systems for a while now and the MightyMo is no exception. I always tend to gravitate towards Jetboil products because I just know that they’re going to work. Reliability is one my biggest selling points for outdoor gear and JetBoil has yet to let me down. 

The MightyMo is perfect for all kinds of outdoor cooking scenarios. Whether you’re going on a backpacking trip and need the extra space that the tiny size of the MightyMo will allow, or you’re hiking a 14er and you know you’re going to want coffee when you reach the summit. It comes with its own carrying pouch, making it an easy add to any backpack. The pot that I use will fit a bowl, my fuel, and the MightyMo! 

It’s also simple to set up; with only two parts, it should be easy and it still comes with the features of a larger Jetboil. The push-button starter means I never have to worry about getting any water boiling. It also comes with the four-turn regulator valve that lets me control exactly how much heat is on my pots and pans.

If you’re looking for a lightweight addition to your gear, but don’t want to sacrifice the “comforts” of a larger system, I highly suggest the MightyMo!

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