JetBoil’s New Stash is the Minimalist’s Dream Stove

Anyone who has spent any amount of time living out of their rig knows that it is hard to get by without a full size camp stove – especially if you’re cooking for multiple people. But for those minimalist overlanders that don’t do much cooking and can get by with some of the delicious freeze-dried foods on the market nowadays, the new JetBoil Stash might be a contender for your kitchen box.

Full disclosure, I still bring a minimal camp stove and fuel on my trips even though I primarily use a full size camp stove to do the majority of my cooking in the backcountry. A backpacking stove is perfect for heating water for oatmeal or morning coffee and set up is quick and easy.

A Sleek, Compact Camp Stove

Stash Cooking System - Photo: JetBoil

Stash Cooking System – Photo: JetBoil

JetBoil’s Stash cooking system weighs in at an astonishing 7.1 ounces (without fuel) and is 40% lighter than their next lightest stove, the JetBoil Zip.


The Stash Cooking System is a well-designed stand-alone stove that includes a titanium burner and .8L FluxRing cook pot with a lid and attached pour handle. JetBoil’s FluxRing technology ensures a rapid 2.5 minute boil time, ensuring that your morning dose of caffeine makes it into your system in an efficient manner. The Stash system comes standard with a fuel can stabilizer to keep your stove steady on rocky or uneven terrain.

The Stash Cooking System’s Nesting Design - Photo: JetBoil

The Stash Cooking System’s Nesting Design – Photo: JetBoil

The best part about the Stash Cooking System is the nesting design makes taking your stove anywhere super-simple. Every piece of the Stash stashes inside the titanium cooking pot – including space for a small, 100-gram JetPower fuel canister.


Color: Metal

Weight: 7.1 oz / 200 g System weight excludes fuel stabilizer

Power: 4500 BTU/h / 1.32 kW

Volume: .8 Liter

Cooking Type: Fast Boil

Fuel Regulator: No

Group Size: 1-2 People

Boil Time: 2m 30sec per .5 liter (avg. over life of Jetpower can)

Water Boiled: 12 liters per 100 g Jetpower can

Ignition Type: Match

Product Type: System

Dimensions (Packed): 4.4 in x 5.1 in (112 mm x 130 mm)

Is this stove for you?

The Stash Cooking System wouldn’t work for cooking for large groups or with any recipe that requires simmering – this is a boil only type of system, but for those that can get by with it, the lightweight, low-cost ($129.95) Stash is perfect for those that want to boil water quickly in their rig, but also take it on the trail for a little hiking or backpacking.

You can preorder from JetBoil now, or purchase it at JetBoil retailers on February 27, 2021.

Latest Stories

Editors' Choice: Overland Trailers

Editors' Choice: Overland Trailers

Overlanding trailers are great options for explorers looking to be ready to roll at a moment's notice and those that…
Industry Spotlight: Outdoorsy

Industry Spotlight: Outdoorsy

Outdoorsy is a crew of camping folks running the #1 most trusted RV rental marketplace in the world. Overland Expo…
Berg CX6 Camper Sleeps Six in Comfort

Berg CX6 Camper Sleeps Six in Comfort

The Berg CX6 uses space efficiently to offer a bed for up to six people inside the trailer, and nine…

Photo by Brett Willhelm


We keep our fingers on the pulse of the Overlanding world. Join the Overland News community and get our email on all things overland—including Overland Expo show updates, offers, and overland-specific articles.