Specs

Weight 13 oz (370g)
Capacity 18 oz (530 ml)
Height 7 in (17 cm)
Diameter 3.75 in (10 cm)

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Manufacturer's Description

Composition: Aluminium

Fuel: Solid, eco-friendly, no gas-canisters required; Successfully paired with Trangia and Evernew Spirit burners

Boil Time: About six to ten minutes, six if you are good!

Transport: Use stopper to carry water

Pack: Fitted rip stop nylon carry bag with D-rings

Storage: Space for matches/fire starter inside firebase

Origin: mKettle, nylon bag, and neoprene sleeve all MADE IN THE UK.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The world's smallest double walled mini kettle- The mKettle SAS - Hard Anodized Aluminium! The mKettle is proven in the field and recommended by outdoor enthusiasts who are used to cycling, canoeing/kayaking, camping, fishing, or backpacking light where weight, size, and function are critical. As with any ultra light outdoor gear, a little care will go a long way. Save the shipping tube for storing mKettle when not in use.Usage Instructions:1. Remove stopper. Fill water chamber with water only. Do not overfill. Do not replace stopper. NEVER boil mKettle dry. NEVER boil mKettle with stopper in place.2. Fill mKettle's firebase with combustible materials (eg twigs, small sticks, dry grass, pine cones). Place mKettle on top of the firebase.3. Light mKettle through the hole in the firebase, feeding additional fuel through the chimney.4. Once water is boiling, remove mKettle from firebase touching only the neoprene sleeve.5. Extinguish flames in firebase with excess water.6. M Kettle recommends that you boil some water and then throw it away to remove any residue when used for first time.

- CampSaver.com

mKettle

previously retailed for:
$79.64 - $89.95

The mKettle is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 27, 2017 at CampSaver.com.

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