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Small 'Trekker' Kelly Kettle® Stainless Steel Outdoor Cooker (0.57 Ltr)


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  • BOIL WATER ULTRA-FAST in the outdoors with the famous Kelly Kettle®. Use the fire-base of the Kettle as a simple Wood CAMPING STOVE. The Kelly Kettle system is one of the most useful pieces of camping equipment that any outdoors person can own!
  • NO Batteries, NO Gas - FREE FUEL! Works with any fuel: sticks, dry grass, bark, pine cones.....even dry animal dung! Kelly Kettles for Camping, Picnics, Scouts, Fishing, Hunting, etc.
  • No open fire (the fire is contained within the kettle & fire base) so the Kettle works in Extreme weather. This kettle will work in a Storm or Hurricane!
  • Boil water & cook at the same time! 2yr anti-leak warranty with Excellent customer service
  • Capacity: 0.57 ltr, Weight: 0.74 kg, Height: 27cm, Diameter: 14cm (at widest point)
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Small 'Trekker' Kelly Kettle® Stainless Steel Outdoor Cooker (0.57 Ltr) + Pot-Support (Stainless Steel) - fits all size Kelly Kettles®. Use the pot support to cook over the chimney of your kettle as it boils. Save fuel and time. For fast cooking items such as eggs, noodles, pasta, rice, or popcorn for the kids!
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  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 14 x 30 cm ; 739 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.2 Kg
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  • Item model number: 50004
  • ASIN: B004V3HVVS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 4 April 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 50,257 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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'Trekker' Kelly Kettle® 0.57ltr (Stainless Steel) - Ultra fast Camping Kettle. Wood fuelled. NO Batteries, NO Gas, FREE Fuel! For trekking and hiking. Weight 1.62lb / 0.74kg This is currently the smallest kettle in the famous Kelly Kettle range. This lightweight kettle fits neatly into a Rucksack or Backpack. Never worry about running out of fuel again! Using any naturally occuring solid fuel (sticks, pine cones, dry camel dung! etc.) this kettle will operate perfectly well, even in a storm and will bring 2 Mugs of water to a rolling boil within a matter of minutes. If more hot water is required (this kettle will easily boil water quickly for a party of 4-6 people), simply refill the kettle and place it back on the fire base and refuel the chimney again. The kettle will be boiled again within a matter of minutes where water can be used for more hot drinks, boil-in-the-bag, bathing, washing up, etc. A wonderful piece of camping equipment. Note: Add our Pot-Support & Cook set to prepare small amounts of food (Noodles, Rice, Oatmeal, hydrate food, etc) over the kettle while your water boils. Boil and cook at the same time using only a handful of fuel! See our Accessories Category for these products. Please note: Per our instruction leaflets, the Kettle is not designed to be a water carrier. It has been designed to boil water extremely fast in all weather conditions using very little fuel. When filled with water, the Stainless Steel Kettles should always be carried upright. If filled with water and carried on their sides or upside down, leakage can sometimes occur from the chimney top which is not always perfectly watertight. If for whatever reason you need to carry water with the kettle on its side or upside down, then please choose the Aluminium models which are easily sealed at the chimney top due to the softer metal.

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By OceanOak on 23 Aug. 2011
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I've just bought this. It arrived last night so had to wait until this morning to try it. Tried it on the concrete drive. Plumping boiling water in minutes. Although I was using water from the garden tap I allowed the kettle to boil the water for several minutes as would be the case for stream water when it is necessary to purify by boiling. It is recommended to throw out the boiled water after the kettle is used for the first time.
For me, I found that the best way to set the tinder in the fire base was to use some dry paper in the base and adding some long twigs down the chimney. This works great as the flames from the paper fully fill the chimney section and have a better chance of setting fire to the twigs there than if they are broken up into small sections and laid directy on the paper in the fire box. Do not block the chimney as a draught is required. Once going just keep adding fuel down the chimney.
If you don't have a problem with the extra weight it might be an idea to fill a thermos type flask for hot water later in the day. Clearly this would be for an extended trek of several days where easy access to hot water for a day-flask might not otherwise be available.

With all this burning the chimney and firebox of the kettle do get dirty. Excess water can be used to extinguish and clean the loose ash from the fire box. I would suggest that even well wetted ashes be buried in a small hole so that there is no possibility of setting fire to dry material such as dead grass, don't want to be looking back from several miles up the trail to see smoke rising from your morning campsite. Leave the inside of the chimney dirty, the outside of the kettle will be clean and all will be going into the supplied draw-string carry bag.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mister G HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 10 Sept. 2014
(I have posted a version of this review under both the aluminium and stainless steel version - which Amazon allows - in case someone might find it useful and otherwise miss it)

This small Kelly Kettle is the version I use when out walking, or whenever weight and size are an issue. I find it useful not just for making boiling water - I use it to sterilise water too.

The small size is not an issue as I just refill it, and it boils faster the second time around.

I light mine with a firesteel Light My Fire Army Fire Steel for 12.000 Ignitions and cotton wool. Pine cones which have dried out are great for getting a fire going - the pine resin makes them burn really well. With cotton wool and a few pine cones, you can immediately turn to coarse wood such as sticks the size of a pencil and then the size of your finger. You can get a fire going very quickly.

The Kelly Kettle is a stunning piece on engineering - simple and terribly effective. It creates a jet of air which enters the base of the Kettle and shoots out of the top, fuelling the fire. You start a tiny fire in the fire pit, put the Kettle on top of it, and then add sticks through the hole in the top. The fire burns far faster than an open fire, and boils water ridiculously quickly.

If using a gas cooker, you would need a cooker, gas cylinder and a kettle or something to boil the water in. The Kelly Kettle comprises all three. And there is something appealing about finding the fuel for yourself - foraging, and not having to carry the fuel.

The, err, burning question is "stainless steel or aluminium?".
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A brilliant kettle. We have used it endlessly in Europe and a few twigs later you have two cups of boiling water. Works best in the wind! We use a small chip of firefighter to get it going quickly and you have to be very careful about putting the flames out to avoid fires. A great buy.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By anonymous on 3 Nov. 2012
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this is a great strong sturdy and must need if your out and about in the country, my husband is a tree surgeon and spends a lot of time away from shops and cafes but he still needs a hot drink on a cold day. its a great product.
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