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Kettles

Ghillie Kettle

Ghillie Kettle
$55-$146  Buy Link Comment

The Ghillie Kettle lets you boil water in under five minutes using sticks and other solid combustibles. The fire is sheltered at the base of its hollow body, while the heat spreads quickly to the outer chamber. Available in polished or anodized aluminum.

Miito Induction Heater

Miito Induction Heater
~$100++  Pledge Comment

Unlike other immersion heaters, Miito’s heating element is in its base instead of directly inside the rod. It’s a much safer design that also makes the rod slimmer, allowing it to fit inside small vessels.

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BioLite KettleCharge

BioLite KettleCharge
$150  Buy Link Comment

BioLite’s thermoelectric generator is now in a kettle. The KettleCharge lets you heat up to 750ml of water, and at the same time charge gadgets for up to 15mins. It also has a 1250mAh battery and a heat-resistant USB extender.

Solar Kettle

Solar Kettle
~$54  Buy Comment

It kind of looks like a dismantled torpedo, but it’s actually a kettle that brings liquids to a boil by converting solar energy into heat. It takes about 2 hours to bring 17oz to a boil. A little long but much welcomed when out in the rough.

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