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Chockstone Forum - For Sale

Buy and Sell Used Climbing Gear Please do not post retail SPAM.

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Sold - JETBOIL ACCESSORIES, BRAND NEW - SOLD
PGS
25/10/2010
10:39:47 PM
FOR SALE:
1 X JETBOIL POT SUPPORT & STABLIZER RRP: $41.95
1 X JETBOIL COFFEE PRESS RRP: $39.95

All unopened in original packaging.

$30 THE LOT.

SOLD

ajfclark
26/10/2010
8:27:22 AM
Anyone that has a jetboil and doesn't have the coffee press is missing one of the best features.
bones
26/10/2010
8:54:30 AM
I'll take it. PM'd you.

phillipivan
26/11/2010
1:35:06 AM
Unfortunately some of the worst features of the jetboil include: breaks easily.

ajfclark
26/11/2010
9:03:31 AM
What happened to it phil? Aus post?

phillipivan
26/11/2010
10:44:09 AM
It broke, quickly, under normal usage. Mostly whilst packed away and in transit. Things that broke include: lighter, valve, and radiant heat burner.
bones
26/11/2010
10:55:40 AM
The ignitions always brake. The first thing you should do when you get a jetboil is snap off that ceramic bit. It'll break within a week anyway and just gets in the way.

ajfclark
26/11/2010
10:58:17 AM
I've had no issue with the igniter snapping though it did take a few minutes to realise that the lid only fits two ways; the top has an oval shape in the middle and one of the points of the oval must go over the ceramic thing otherwise it'll snap. I'm not sure why they didn't just make that oval portion of the lid a circle as then the lid could go on in any orientation, particularly since the burner can be in any orientation...

nmonteith
26/11/2010
11:53:24 AM
My Jetboil stopped working all together on day 2. Sadly day 2 was the 2nd day of a five week road trip in a foreign country. That meant I had to buy a new stove from scratch without being able to do a warranty claim. I bought an MSR Simmerlite instead which is great.

Capt_mulch
26/11/2010
1:50:23 PM
I've had a jetboil for about 3 years and have carted it all over the place, from Kosciuszko to the tropical pacific. Still giving sterling service - only problem is it is impossible to get gas cylinders off the beaten track.

ajfclark
26/11/2010
1:54:51 PM
Only issue I've ever had with mine was some grit getting in the the burner where it connects to the cylinder, probably through my not being careful. Unscrewing the burner, removing, dusting off the filter and replacing it fixed it.

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