Personal Cooking System (PCS)
◦ 1.0 Liter FluxRing® cooking cup with insulating Cargo Cozy
◦ Adjustable burner with push-button igniter
◦ Insulating drink-through lid
◦ Insulating measuring cup bottom
* Fuel sold separately
|Weight||15 oz (425 g)|
|Volume||32 oz (1 Liter)|
|Boil Time||16 oz (1/2 Liter) = 2 minutes|
|Water Boiled||12 Liters per 100g Jetpower canister|
|Dimensions||4.1” x 7.1” (104 mm x 180 mm)|
5 Review(s) for Personal Cooking System (PCS)
Cooking on the West Coast Trail!
My 15 year old son and I hiked the West Coast Trail last summer. Our PCS was the envy of the campsites! In heavy rain for 3 out of the 6 days, everyone else was fussing with lighters, matches and stove systems that just wouldn't work! Not us!
So safe and easy to set up, take down and instant hot water for everything anytime! I wouldn't be surprised if sales increased substantially after that trip! All the hikers who saw it wanted one. I take it snowshoeing, cross country skiing and hiking all the time. Everyone appreciates a hot coffee (with Starbucks Via) or hot chocolate or cup of noodles on a cold day. Thanks! I recommend this product to all our outdoor buddies.
By Stinkyolive on 8/1/11
It doesn't get better than a Jetboil
My daughter and I love our Jetboils(we each have one)! We've used them hiking, camping, and even at home. These things boil water faster than my stove at home, and even faster than a microwave. Ramen noodles, hot chocolate, hot spiced cider, Mountain House, Backpacker Pantry, etc. have all become our favorite foods thanks to Jetboil! I have yet to see a better, lighter, easier to use/clean/maintain, more efficient cooking system out there.
By Dan in TN on 5/22/10
PCS great for Hobie cat camping
I purchased this PCS system to use for our Hobie cat adventure sailing herein Hawaii. We have to store all our gear in dry-sacks for the channel crossings. The size and self contained features of this unit are perfect. This is the preferred choice of our serious cat-camping skippers. And during our last power outage here on Oahu, having a hot cup of coffee in under two minutes was great. You can see photos of our adventures at http://homepage.mac.com/chrismargaret/PhotoAlbum22.html
By Chris-Hawaii on 3/10/10