Jetboil Genesis Basecamp 2 Burner System

Aug 10, 2015

Category: Gear

The Jetboil Genesis Basecamp 2 Burner System is a unique redux of the traditional car camping stove we’ve been using.

The Genesis takes the bigger and heavier camping stoves and trims the fat, making it lighter and smaller. It comes with a two-burner propane unit which can be folded like a clamshell to nest inside the five-liter pot to save space. The two burners lie flat when unpacked, and each unit is able to put out 10,000 BTUs. The lid doubles as a 10-inch ceramic-coated frying pan, you know, in case you forgot to actually bring one to use with it. What’s more, Jetboil’s system can be expanded and customized by bringing two of the Genesis stoves together to create a four-burner masterpiece to bring out your inner chef. So, you can boil your macaroni while making the rue and some green beans for the side all at the same time. The system is available for $350. [Purchase]

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