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mKettle - Anodized

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  • The world's most compact double walled kettle
  • Multi fuel: use wood, twigs, leaves, pine cones or hexamine tablets
  • Boils 0.5 litres (2 mugs) in less than 10 minutes
  • Weighs only 370 grams!
  • Anodised for long life, neoprene sleeve allows easy pouring, nylon carry bag included

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 599 g
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  • Item model number: SAS
  • ASIN: B005NH69YG
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 13 Oct. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,758 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Grant Wray on 15 July 2012
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This little gadget was a must when I was putting together a survival kit to go in my car. I've always carried a small amount of food and water in my car, in case we get stranded somewhere, but the problem I've had is how to get hot water in such an event to make a cup of tea or instant coffee or even soup. I used to carry a 12V coil, but that is too high a current for my new car. The mKettle is a miniature version of a ghillie or kelly kettle, and with just a few twigs, pine cones, leaves etc and a solid or gel fuel tablet, you can get two cups of hot drink in a matter of ten minutes. I've used it this weekend whilst camping in the woods, and it is a life saver. The cushioned grip insulates it enough to pour the drink, and you can carry water in the kettle using the supplied bung (just remember to unbung it before you heat it up, or you are going to lose the bung and probably take out a passing bird as well).
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By McGoogly on 10 Jan. 2013
I already own a large Kelly Kettle which does the job for boiling water and basic cooking but it is very large and cumbersome. We tend only to use it when we won't be far from the car or tent. This little beauty, on the other hand, is so small and light that it can easily fit in a day sack or clip to your bike inside it's drawstring bag. I have used it with both twigs, fir cones and kindling and also using a trangia spirit burner. Both methods work well, using twigs is faster in my experience. Where the mKettle scores over the Kelly Kettle design is in the pouring. The neoprene sleeve on the mKettle is so effective you can simply pick up the boiling kettle and pour out the water. With most designs of storm kettle you have to lift it from the heat using the handle held horizontally and then to pour you have to use your other hand to lift the chain that secures the stopper. Whilst not really difficult to do the mKettle is so much easier. The mKettle holds enough water for a couple of cups or coffee but it boils so quickly that you can always carry more water with you and boil some more if there are more than two of you. The other thing I like is that the rubber stopper is completely watertight so you can carry your water already inside the kettle, thus leaving more room in your rucksack.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DJ on 12 Dec. 2012
Purchased the mKettle nearly 2 years ago from Backpackinglight. Carried it for 18 days along the Pennine Way using mainly hexamine as a fuel source. Worked perfectly well but dry twigs when available provided faster boil times. A titanium trivet fits in the base and allows cooking using a conventional pot. For brews and boiling water for rehydrating freeze dried food it's superb. Weights around 300 grams but worth the extra weight over a gas canister and stove. Takes up a fair bit of space in a backpack but I carry mine in a stuffsack strapped to the side. You can also use a Trangia or similar spirit burner as an alternative fuel source.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Fedupofbadservcie on 2 Mar. 2014
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No really.

I've always hated taking a flask with me when out walking because I don't like the taste, but I do enjoy a coffee. Couldn't be bothered to take kettles and burners etc so have been looking for something for years. Found this by accident and gave it a try. Using an alcohol burner it boiled it 4 minutes flat and made two cups of coffee. It's light and all in one. Just a perfect product. Feels well made and quality too. Fantastic.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael D Grundon on 28 Oct. 2013
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This is a marvellous piece of kit. It's become one of my favourite belongings. It will brew up a pint of water in no time and on almost no fuel. I've only used it three times but I hope it lasts for ever.

Sitting in the drizzle on the banks of a loch in Shetland, feeding heather twigs into the chimney, watching the smoke drift away over the water, listening to the curlews and the crackling flame and anticipating a brew of Lapsang made with fresh stream water is a wondrous experience. Before leaving home I packed the fire cup with birch-bark for tinder and put it into a small cloth bag before tucking it up into the bottom of the kettle for travel. That way it doesn't rattle as I walk, and I always have natural fuel to get the fire going, even if it gets wet.

The mKettle is smaller, lighter and simpler than the options from Kelly, Ghillie and Storm so it's easier to pack and has fewer things to malfunction or fall off. Who needs a spout when a hole will do? You don't need a chain or handle when there's a simple neoprene sleeve. Oh and that sleeve hasn't yet been hurt by the fire and probably keeps the water insulated as it heats up.

One tip - don't light it on the grass. It'll leave a scorched circle behind. That's what happened when I first used a Kelly Kettle about 10 years ago. It could have led to rumours of alien space-ships and impending crop circles.

I have no hesitation in recommending the design and function. I intend taking it every time I go out walking now so it'll get some industrial grade use. I hope it stands up to it, but I can't see any reason yet why it shouldn't.
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