Brunton Vapor Kettle
I consider myself a lightweight backpacker. I just…
Price Paid: $20
I consider myself a lightweight backpacker. I just went on a three day, two night backpacking trip and used my new Brunton Kettle as my primary water boiling pot. It was hands down the fastest pot to boil water in that I have used. It did not disappoint.
It boiled a full pot of water (about 4 cups) at lightning speed. I was even able to cook a noodles and sauce mix right in the pot. I highly recommend this kettle to any backpacker, camper, canoer, who is looking for a light, compact pot to boil water in (superfast).
Here's what other sites are saying:
Tea anyone? At 5.8 ounces, why not bring along the ideal tea pot? Hard anodized alloy makes this nifty kettle a gem at camp. Fill the tea kettle to the brim for a hot, tasty treat after a long day on the trail.Features:Lightweight, minimalist design Hard anodized alloy
- Mountains Plus
Lightweight Aluminum Kettle Tea anyone? At 5.3 ounces, why not bring along the ideal tea pot? Hard anodized aluminum makes this nifty kettle a gem at camp. Fill the Vapor Kettle to the brim for a hot, tasty treat after a long day on the trail. Dimensions: 6" x 2.2", Weight: 5.3 oz., Volume: .9 L., 1 year warranty.
- Vargo Outdoors
CLOSEOUTS . The lightweight Brunton Vapor camping kettle is a must-have item for weight-conscious backpackers and backcountry minimalists. Extremely lightweight and compact Anodized aluminum construction Removable lid with steam port Includes mesh storage sack Height: 2-1_4 Diameter: 6 Capacity: 30.4 fl.oz. (0.9L) Weight: 5.3 oz. Material: Aluminum Made in Korea.
- Sierra Trading Post
On Sale. Brunton Vapor Kettle (Fall 2009) Hard anodized aluminum makes the Vapor Kettle by Brunton a gem at camp. Fill the Vapor Kettle to the brim for a hot, tasty treat after a long day on the trail. Features: Temperature resistant polymer Lightweight and strong Ergonomic design