JetBoil Sumo TI Cooking System

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JetBoil, Sumo TI, cooking system #3 An ideal balance of power, weight, speed and convenience, the all new Sumo TI Group Cooking System is designed to fuel group cooking in the outdoors. It integrates the all weather Sol burner with the high capacity Sumo TI Companion Cup, yielding an unmatched blend of power, convenience, and efficiency for the full range of group backcountry cooking chores, from snow melting to simmering.

Larger groups can take advantage of the multiple cooking pot combos offered by Sumo TI (and the companion bowl set!), while smaller groups can enjoy minimal single pot cooking. Versatile Sumo TI supports a myriad of packing configurations, and is compatible with the full range of JetBoil accessories.

The Sumo TI Group Cooking System redefines backcountry group cooking performance, with a 1.8 litre titanium FluxRing cooking vessel weighing in at 185g, and complete system weight of 345g.


  • 'Thermo-Regulate' technology - consistent heat to –6°C
  • 1.8 litre 'FluxRing' cooking cup
  • Insulating jacket and secure strap
  • Convenient, reliable push-button igniter
  • Pot Support and Stabiliser tripod included
  • Drink-through lid with pour spout and strainer
  • Compatible with all Jetboil Accessories


  • Weight: 345g
  • Volume: 1.8 litre
  • Boil Time: 1 litre = 4mins 15 secs
  • Water boiled: 24 litres per 230g Jetpower canister
  • Dimensions: 125mm x 210mm
Jetboil Sumo TI
© Burton McCall
How it all stacks inside
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5 Apr, 2012
it would be great if the pot is available on it's own to upgrade from flash for higher capacity and ease of storage of larger canister.
5 Apr, 2012
The impression I got from the website link was that it was to be available separately. It is the first Jetboil product that has me serious considering buying one. My current set-up is a MSR 2 litre Titan pan and I consider a pan of a similar size as essential. On a more general point, I like the slightly taller thinner aspect ratio compared to the lower, wider MSR Titan pan. I will certainly be having a play the first time I see one in the flesh in a gearshop and will also be interested to see if the Sumo pot would be compatible with an Omnifuel or Omnilite Ti.
5 Apr, 2012
i make ultra light weight hanging kits for flash. All stored in pot.
5 Apr, 2012
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5 Apr, 2012
at that price I'd give it a miss
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