Jetboil Zip - £56.70 using price match @ Go Outdoors
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Jetboil Zip - £56.70 using price match @ Go Outdoors

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Found 4th Aug
Boil water in a couple of minutes with a Jetboil.

Millets have a third off bringing the price to £63 but GoOutdoors price match with an extra 10% off making it £56.70 down from the RRP of £89.99.

just bought one.
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rincewynd66 h, 57 m ago

You get 20% off if you are a scout leader


Tell me about it! There were only 3 left in my local and as fate would have it, the scout leader was in front of me in the queue.
He called dyb dyb dyb.
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Also £59.99 in decathalon if easier for anyone 😬
Brilliant bit of kit. Quick easy an simple
Awesome! Love the way it all packs into itself
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You get 20% off if you are a scout leader
rincewynd66 h, 57 m ago

You get 20% off if you are a scout leader


Tell me about it! There were only 3 left in my local and as fate would have it, the scout leader was in front of me in the queue.
He called dyb dyb dyb.
thought this was a Beyblade
Superb kit, any squady will tell you !
I used this in the states, awesome piece of kit
Don't boil soup in it
rincewynd615 h, 25 m ago

You get 20% off if you are a scout leader


Don’t think you do with price match ? They turn down other discounts with price match as they class the extra 10 percent they give you as a sale
QuantumInfo3 h, 23 m ago

Don't boil soup in it


Why? This was the reason I just bought it for.
DavesDeals11 m ago

Why? This was the reason I just bought it for.


I am guessing it will burn due to the concentrated heat.
ScotBoy5 h, 43 m ago

I am guessing it will burn due to the concentrated heat.



I used mine all last Winter and the end of the one before to heat soup. Yes if you leave it on maximum and let it, it will burn the bottom. If you turn it down a bit and give it a stir a few times you will get minimal if no burning. Mine is a flash tho, so I only heat it until the sleeve indicator turns orange which is hot enough. With the zip you'll have to gauge it yourself. It's super fast and convenient.
DavesDeals22 h, 52 m ago

Why? This was the reason I just bought it for.


They are designed to heat water very quickly which you can add to foods and drinks. They are not designed to cook with.
Can you get the discount applied to buy online? The email they have sent me says I have to take it into store....
mattyr5 h, 19 m ago

They are designed to heat water very quickly which you can add to foods …They are designed to heat water very quickly which you can add to foods and drinks. They are not designed to cook with.



Agreed they are not really designed to cook, they're designed to boil and have no simmer setting. Something like rice would be a bad idea, and would likely burn at the bottom.
They have a full power setting, a slightly less power setting, then as you go less you will hit the point where it's about to go off, which it will do suddenly. There is no real simmer control at all. If you've used something with lots of flame control, and expect this you may be disappointed. If you accept the limitations of the device then they're good to great. They excel at boiling water very quickly. They can be used to heat things up, but you have to use caution, less heat and more stirring to avoid burning, especially with anything stodgy. If you want simmering for any length of time forget it, since it's no what they were designed for. There are plenty of youtube videos out there showing Jetboils, and their Primus and MSR equivalents, that will go through the drawbacks of the devices if you need more information.
Cheers. Managed to get one on the way home from work today.
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