Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple
Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System - Fire Maple

Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System

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FireMaple's revolutionary micro regulating technology provides incremental heat adjustments from light simmer to full boil, making it ideal for stir-frying, simmering sauces, and other uses. Under varying environmental conditions, the Polaris cooking system maintains a steady burner output. It works flawlessly in cold or harsh temperatures and offers a simmer control for a range of cooking situations. Heat comes on instantly with a convenient, reliable push-button igniter that is controlled for steady operation down to 20 degrees F. (-6 degrees C).

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    Material: Anodized Aluminum / Stainless Steel / Tritan / Silicone / Copper

    Power: 1800W | 6142 BTU/h

    Weight: 622g / 22 oz

    Size: UNFOLDED SIZE: 123 mm(D)*254 mm(W)*264.5 mm(H) FOLDED SIZE: 123 mm(D)*132 mm(W)*207 mm(H)

    Boil Time: 1min 50sec per 0.5 liter

    - Stove with Piezo Igniter

    - Pot with Neoprene Cover

    - Tritan Lid with Silicone Knob

    - Pot StandCanister Stand

    - Mesh Bag

    Q: Does it have auto ignition or do I need to use a lighter to start it?

    A: It has an auto ignition which works well. No lighter needed.

    Q: Does the pot lock on like a jet boil?

    A: The pot is designed with a fixed lock handle. Lockable and stable handle with smart steel lock, easy to hold the pot even it fills of water.

    Q: Does any brand of canister work with this item or does it have to be a specific brand?

    A: The base is set to hold two sizes of canisters. I was able to use coleman, but I found that "Gas One" also worked. I think if it is comparable to coleman, it should work.

    However, only the small ones will fit into the pot when packed up.

    Q: Can i simmer with this? so i can cook eggs and meat and not burn it.

    A: Absolutely! There's a bit of a learning curve and the environment (wind/cold/heat) can certainly play a factor in the rate at which the stove burns. It's also important to not treat this like you would cooking at home. There is no set it and forget it burn rate and they want to burn hot, especially with the small size circumference of the pot. Practice a few times and you'll be a camp chef in no time!

    Q: What canister fits best inside the pot? I have a 220g coleman fuel canister that is too wide and won't fit.

    A: 110g/3.9oz can will fit. Put base in first with burner down. Then canister support and then small gas can nozzle up.

    Q: What brand and size canister will fit inside this system, and is this system compatible with propane tanks if an adapter is used?

    A: So far as I know, for the most poplar brand canisters in the USA, only Coleman canister doesn't fit well(It's a little bit wider than the standard ones). This stove system is compatible with propane tanks if use with an adapter but normally we don't recommend so. Butane-propane mixture cartridge that complying with EN417 is the best choice.

    Q: What is the material of the interior pot specifically?

    A: It's made of hard anodized aluminum alloy.

    Q: Does this work with just isobutane canisters or will it work with propane also?

    A: It works with propane canister, (eg. 1lb. propane canister) Pls remember to use with our Z1 LPG adapter to fit for the different thread.


    Q: Does this pour water neatly or is it messy?

    A: It pours pretty neatly. No messes when making coffee or tea

    Q: Can i take the cook set on a plane? Or is it just the cannister i cant take?

    A: Yes, although you’ll have to leave your fuel at home. While the FAA allows you to travel with your camping stove (“Camp stoves can travel as carry-on or checked luggage only if empty of all fuel and cleaned such that vapors and residue are absent. Simply emptying the fuel container is insufficient as flammable vapors remain. TSA recommends you ship these ahead of time as they are frequently confiscated due to fuel vapors”), Federal law prohibits airlines from taking compressed gas cylinders on board. Please check our Jetboil Dealer Locator for a list of retailers near your destination. As always, when in doubt, please check with the specific airline you are traveling with for complete rules and guidelines.

    * Please note that Hawaiian Airlines does not allow stoves of any kind, used or new, to be checked or carried on. Please don't hesitate to contact us with any additional questions you may have.

    Born for Expedition

    Boiling water in 210s, the Polaris Pressure Regulator Cooking System is the ultimate camping burner for swiftly boiling water under various environmental conditions.

    What is Pressure-regulator?

    Pressure regulator is a tiny precise structure in valve, which keeps gas flow stable when the gas pressure in canister changed, maintaining consistent output despite in hot or cold. 

    Safe Handling

    The handle was improved in X2 system. For safe and secure purposes, the Locking Handle design was devised so that the handle locks in both the open and closed positions.

    Expedition Efficient

    With its wind-proof design and reliable built-in piezo igniter, it's born to be the ultimate cooking system for outdoor adventure.

    Ultra Compact

    Gas canister, electric starter, pot support, and stabilizer, all the gadgets in the Cooking System can be stored inside for space saving.

    Fixed star 1 FMS-X1 Fixed star 2 FMS-X2 Fixed star 3 FMS-X3 Polaris Cooking System
    Ideal For 1-3 People 1-3 People 1-2 People 1-3 People
    Volume 1 Liter 1 Liter 0.8 Liter 1 Liter
    w/Pressure Regulator N N N Y
    Meterial Aluminum Aluminum Aluminum Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Alloy Steel Copper
    Item Weight 511g/18.03oz 630g/22.2oz 600g/21.2oz 622g/22oz
    Power 2200W|7500BTU/h 2200W|7500BTU/h 2200W|7500BTU/h 1800W|6142BTU/h

    Fixed star 1 FMS-X1

    Ideal For 1-3 People
    Volume 1 Liter
    w/Pressure Regulator N
    Meterial Aluminum
    Item Weight 511g/18.03oz
    Power 2200W|7500BTU/h

    Fixed star 2 FMS-X2

    Ideal For 1-3 People
    Volume 1 Liter
    w/Pressure Regulator N
    Meterial Aluminum
    Item Weight 630g/22.2oz
    Power 2200W|7500BTU/h

    Fixed star 3 FMS-X3

    Ideal For 1-2 People
    Volume 0.8 Liter
    w/Pressure Regulator N
    Meterial Aluminum
    Item Weight 600g/21.2oz
    Power 2200W|7500BTU/h

    Polaris Cooking System

    Ideal For 1-3 People
    Volume 1 Liter
    w/Pressure Regulator N
    Meterial Stainless Steel,Aluminum, Alloy Steel Copper
    Item Weight 622g/22oz
    Power 1800W|6142BTU/h

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 12 reviews
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    Tim Rush
    Wow

    Wow these products are amazing love how neat and tidy the products are takes hardly any room up…. Boiling water in no time at all best on the market

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    PasoCreek
    Excellent and uncomplicated. Works perfectly. Beautiful as well!

    I love this burner. Totally premium in all aspects and smooth almost aircraft aluminum with a beautiful neoprene cover, I got the blue. Was very easy for me to set up and use and gotta love a push-button ignition. Fits back into a nice drawstring sack. A good way to heat up a cup of instant coffee when you get to that viewpoint first thing as the sun is starting to come up. Seriously easy to use.

    J
    J. Stevenson
    Boils water FAST!

    Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2022
    Color: BlueVine Customer Review of Free Product( What's this? )
    I've been using an older Fire Maple cooking system for the past couple of years. It's a model called the X2 and it's a bit cheaper than this model at $70. Read more about it here:
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013PRD4IE/

    The X2 has been a really effective & affordable alternative to Jetboil. I've taken that thing backpacking into the Smokey Mountains, on bikepacking trips, and family camping at state parks. I've come to love my X2, so I consider the Fire Maple brand pretty trustworthy. When I saw this new Polaris model, I thought it LOOKED almost exactly the same, but I was curious whether it would be any better in practice. Here's what I learned.

    ** COOKING PERFORMANCE **
    I recently tested the Polaris cooking system against my old X2 to see how quickly they each boil 1 liter of water. For both systems, I started with 1 liter of room temperature water, then took them outdoors to boil. It was a December day in Ohio, so the outdoor temp was around 40F.

    The X2 boiled its 1 liter of water in about 6 minutes and 40 seconds. Not too bad. Similar to some older Jetboil models.

    Shockingly, the Polaris boiled its 1 liter of water in about 3 minutes and 30 seconds! Wow, that's fast! I mean, that might even be faster than the Jetboil Flash, based on reviews I've read. And the Polaris keeps the ability to fine tune to heat output by twisting a little gas flow regulator.

    Both the X2 and the Polaris come with an attachment you can use to turn the stove into an open flame you can use with any cook pot, rather than being stuck with just the water boiler. I've only used that option rarely, but it's nice to have the flexibility.

    ** SIZE **
    The biggest downside to the Polaris is its size. It's slightly larger and heavier than the X2, which itself was already a little larger and heavier than some compact Jetboil models.

    When completely packed up, it's about 8 inches tall and just under 5 inches wide. Without a fuel canister, it weighs in at about 23 oz / 650 grams. For me, that's just barely acceptable for a short term backpacking trip.

    Really, this cooking system is best when it's being shared by at least 2 people. If you're only cooking for yourself and you really want to save weight and space, there are certainly smaller / lighter options out there.

    ** SUMMARY **
    Considering my good experience with the Fire Maple brand, and the relatively low cost of this system, I think this is a strong option for camp cooking. You could pay a lot more for a Jetboil and maybe you'd get a system that's a bit smaller or lighter, but I doubt it would be much faster. If you're on a budget but still want a fast, reliable cook system, the Polaris is a winner.

    worth it!

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    t
    Why spend more?

    I was going to buy the more expensive well known brand but based on the reviews here I went for this. Thank god! I've saved myself a bundle for an excellent product. It does sound like a jet engine but that's quite entertaining and definitely a conversation starter.

    My friend brought his brief case style gas stove to the festival and after it and the ground around it caught fire he shared my little jet engine.

    Don't be a brand snob - this is perfect.

    S
    Shailesh Zirpe
    Works great

    Works great, using for 6 months, no problem.
    Use Jet Boil fuel for faster boiling.


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