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- Flip some flap jacks in the lightweight and durable 'Fry Pan' by Jetboil®.
- FluxRing® technology distributes heat evenly while you cook.
- Plastic base cover doubles as a food preparation and eating plate.
- Requires pot support kit for use with PCS/GCS burner. Not compatible with Helios.
- Dimensions: 8.1" x 2.2" (205mm x 57mm).
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They discovered that the secret to a fast and friendly design lies in increasing heat transfer efficiency. Alternating between building in the lab and use in the mountains, a series of designs were subjected to intense experimental and field testing. The result is the patent-pending FluxRing® technology, which captures the burner´s heat and directs it straight into the pot. The FluxRing® enables Jetboil systems to boil water twice as fast as competing stoves, while burning half as much fuel.
Jetboil cooking systems are manufactured in the shadow of New Hampshire´s White Mountains, home of the most extreme weather in the world. Jetboil is proud of their work and is dedicated to simplifying and personalizing the field of mobile cooking.
Jetboil FluxRing® Fry Pan
I should have taken the reviews I read to heart. I love the design, the light weight, and structure of the bottom of the pan. It has the lifted coiled in a ring like the cup that keeps in the heat. I was mindful of the other reviews in keeping the heat low as the pan does get hot quickly. My eggs and sausage, while not burning, stuck to the pan and would not release. I did not bring a scrub pad with me, only a cloth. I tried using balled up aluminum foil which worked somewhat at getting the stuck food and burned area under the food off but it scratched the pan. I was at the campground sink a long time trying to get the pan clean. I am not sure if this pan can tolerate a SOS pad. Nothing to lose the next camping trip. I think I would be afraid to fry foods in this pan. Next time, since I am car camping, I may bring a cheap nonstick skillet and try that out, only problem is my small non-stick would tip off the burner due to the weight of the handle. I may just hold the non-stick over the flame to cook. I do like my Jetboil Flash. Great for when I was tired after hiking and wanted to boil water for tea or to rehydrate my food. It quickly boiled water and was easy to use and operate.
- Theresa M - customer
- from Savannah, GA
- August 5, 2011