JetBoil JetGauge Fuel Canister Weight Scale

Aug 22, 2018

Category: Gear

If the backcountry is your second home, you know the importance of having fuel canisters to cook up a decent meal to prep you for the next adventure. You’ll also be familiar with how difficult it is to know exactly how much fuel is left in the tank. Sure, you can shake it up or see if it floats in water, but those methods are far from precise. Thankfully, your friends at JetBoil made the JetGauge.

This ergonomic canister weight scale is the size of a hockey puck and can easily tell you how much life a canister has left. To use it, you simply screw on any isobutane/propane backpacking fuel canister and turn the scale on to toggle between three sizes: 100 grams, 230 grams, and 450 grams. Then, just pick up the JetGauge so that it can give you an accurate percentage of how much juice you have left via a digital display, allowing you to plan out your hot meals. Stop wasting fuel and make sure you use every last drop by picking up this convenient canister weight scale.

Purchase: $15

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