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mac:
Has anyone ever used a storm kettle? I've had one a few months now and think there great. With a few twigs you can boil a 1ltr of water in no time at all, in any weather condition.
Being a stereo type Englishman in need hot water for a cup of tea even if I'm in the middle of nowhere!

archer:
I just looked this up on wikipedia. Interesting device.... Any US vendors of these?
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Here is one:
http://www.thermette.com/

coffecat:
Interesting device.  Thought I would use my old old bundt cake pan - a tin one for something similar.  Not sure the metal would last.  C.

mac:
That's a big surprise i can only find 1 vendor in the U.S! Normally i can't find equipment in the UK and have to pay loads on P&P to ship from the U.S.
Having hot water has to be one of the most comforting things in a survival situation.

USA Store
http://www.lehmans.com/jump.jsp?itemType=PRODUCT&itemID=3075


UK Stores
http://www.lakelandbushcraft.co.uk/acatalog/Kelly_Kettles.html?gclid=CKq3yZyw75YCFQTnlAodsVRxrA
http://www.kellykettle.com/?gclid=CK7PrLiw75YCFRyR1QodmRcerQ

Cheers
Mac

Tactical Badger:
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...Lehman's.  Gawd I love that place!

Not to take away from Jack's forum, but ZS is good for something, sometimes.  Lot's more info HERE

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