Jetboil Named June “Innovation Rocks!” Award Winner
MANCHESTER–A Personal Cooking System currently being carried up Mount Everest by world-renowned climber Conrad Anker has led to Jetboil being named the “Innovation Rocks!” award winner by the New Hampshire Business Resource Center for the month of June.
The Manchester-based company, whose mission is to make outdoors cooking easier, recently created the Jetboil Personal Cooking System, an ultra-compact 1-liter unit that is ideal for coffee or tea on the go, dehydrated meals, remote worksites and emergency kits. At the core of Jetboil’s integrated systems is patent-pending FluxRing™ technology, capturing the burner’s heat and directing 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.
“Innovation, efficiency and creativity are the hallmarks of Jetboil’s application of technology,” said New Hampshire Business Resource Center Director Roy Duddy. “This is a company that started off with a simple idea and, through perseverance and dedication to quality, became a success story which is celebrated not only locally but globally.”
For more information about Jetboil, please visit www.jetboil.com.
“Innovation Rocks!” is an initiative sponsored by the New Hampshire Division of Economic Development in coordination with Rock 101 (WGIR-FM) to celebrate the creativity and ingenuity of New Hampshire innovators.