Jetboil® Website Features Consumer Testimonials

Jetboil, launched a special page as part of its website, http://www.jetboil.com/Out_There/Testimonials, which offers entertaining glimpses into the lives of Jetboil users as well as solid performance-driven testimonials from high altitude.
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At Jetboil, it's equally important to enable a climbing team going light and fast to make a hot meal at 26,000 feet as it is to power the kitchen in a yearly climbing trip among friends.

Whether on Mt. Everest, Mt. Logan or Fitz Roy, or on a low-key backcountry ski outing, Jetboil stoves are revered. The Jetboil system is compact, lightweight, reliable, versatile and can be counted on to perform.

What's more, Jetboil cooking systems, including the PCS and GCS, allow outdoor enthusiasts the ease of use and versatility to do more than just boil water. Jetboil's patented Fluxring® technology enables users to sauté, simmer and perform a wide array of cooking tasks. The Jetboil system is designed to be reliable as well, as proven by our loyal users who take their Jetboils to the roofs of the world as their only cooking source. Jetboil stoves offer a design that is completely repairable in the field.

Jetboil, launched a special page as part of its website, http://www.jetboil.com/Out_There/Testimonials, which offers entertaining glimpses into the lives of Jetboil users as well as solid performance-driven testimonials from high altitude. Here are a few examples:

Whit Margo, filed Dec. 2006:
“ I've just returned from a successful trip to Patagonia. We reached the summit of Fitz Roy on Nov. 4, climbing the route we planned to do in a 36-hour round trip from base camp. … The Jetboil stove was the key to traveling light. To see the photo of Jetboil at the open bivy, sans sleeping bags, 3,700 feet off the deck, go to the link above.)

Jim Ryan, filed Aug. 2006:
“Eight of us climbed Mt. Logan in the Northern Cascades in July 2006. It was a four-day climb on a rarely used route up the Douglas Glacier. With a difficult approach and exit we were happy to have our Jetboils, knowing that they could get us out of any jam (or make us hot tea fast from our bivys). We've been climbing together for seven years, three years ago, a Jetboil showed up in our camp, the following year, there were eight.

J.J. Justman, senior guide, Mountain Link, filed July 2006:
“The Jetboil stoves worked perfectly all the way up to [Everest] Camp Four, at 26,000 feet. I personally was so impressed that I took a Jetboil to Pakistan on my climb of Broad Peak (K3).




ABOUT JETBOIL:
Since its inception in 2004, Jetboil's revolutionary cooking systems have won the following awards: Editor's Choice in Backpacker Magazine twice; Outside Magazine's coveted Gear of the Year award; Reader's Digest 100 Best Products; Time Magazine's Coolest Inventions, and Popular Science's Best of What's New.

The patent-pending FluxRing technology, at the heart of Jetboil cooking systems, defines efficiency, safety and speed. With FluxRing's introduction in 2004, Jetboil redefined the outdoor cooking category. Jetboil products are designed and manufactured in the shadow of New Hampshire's White Mountains, boasting the harshest weather in the world, enabling rigorous field-testing and rapid development.

The Jetboil team is committed to innovation empowering a world of exploration. Jetboil is the trusted and indispensable companion of those who push the limits of their endurance, and the boundaries of their experience.


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