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GSI Outdoors Halulite Tea Kettle,32 Ounce

by GSI

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  • Ultralight 32-ounce backpacking teakettle made of Halulite
  • Proprietary aluminum alloy heats water quickly and evenly
  • Hard anodized surface withstands scratches and abrasions
  • Coated bail handle and lifter; holds ultralight stoves inside
  • Measures 6.3 x 3.2 x 6 inches (W x H x D); weighs 5.8 ounces
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Product Description

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Heat water for tea and coffee quickly and efficiently at the campsite with the Halulite 32-ounce teakettle.


The kettle's coated bail handle folds down for easy packing.
Halulite is a proprietary aluminum alloy that's as light as titanium, yet conducts heat better and more evenly, so you can heat more water with less fuel. In addition, every Halulite item is hard anodized to create a surface that withstands scratches and abrasions like nothing else. No matter how many times you knock the kettle off the grill and onto the ground, it comes up ready for more.

The teakettle includes a coated bail handle for safety and easy handling, along with a fitted lid with its own coated lifter. The seamless design is also leakproof, so you won't lose any water during the heating process. Best of all for backpackers, the kettle is sized to hold ultralight stoves and fit optimally in backpacks. Lightweight, easy to handle, and fast heating, the Halulite teakettle is a must for backcountry tea and coffee drinkers.

Specifications

  • Capacity: 1 quart (32 ounces)
  • Product use: Ultralight backpacking, gourmet backpacking
  • Material: Proprietary hard-anodized alloy
  • Dimensions: 6.3 by 3.2 by 6 inches (W x H x D)
  • Weight: 5.8 ounces

About GSI Outdoors
GSI opened its doors in 1985, after a small group of British Columbian siblings made their way down the West Coast to San Diego. Beginning with a few pieces of blue enamelware and a smattering of campfire accessories, GSI Outdoors grew through the years to include full design, manufacturing, sales, and marketing departments, all tasked with developing and marketing an ever-more-innovative line of outdoor cookware, tableware, and accessories. Siblings Don, Ian, and Kathy Scott eventually relocated to Spokane, Washington, where they continue to define innovation through the creation of unique, imaginative, and fun products that reassert their enthusiasm for the outdoors. GSI Outdoors is still a small, privately held company, with no obligation to shareholders, a corporate board, or anyone else aside from its customers and employees.

Product Description

Using Halulite for a tea kettle makes sense. This material is ultra light and very high in thermal conductivity. The kettle weighs only 6.3 oz.and holds 32 oz .The seamless kettle design is leak proof. The bail handle is coated for safety and easy handling. The lid is fitted and has a coated lifter for comfort. This tea kettle is light, easy to handle, and cooks fast. Now that's smart.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 6.1 x 3.5 inches ; 5.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0018BLKOU
  • Item model number: 50162
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (120 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Small, light weight, very packable.
joshnstuff
I did a little test today and it worked just fine.
Tetsu Noguchi
Perfect for use with a cat ,alcohol, stove.
outdoors dude

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By S. Bufe on October 2, 2012
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I bought the ESBIT 600ml Hard Anodized Aluminum Water Kettle and the Optimus Terra Kettle before I tried this one.

I found the GSI model to be superior in a few important respects. First, the opening in the top is large enough for me to fit my ESBIT Pot Stand and Folding Stove into. Second, the spout doesn't leak, which the Optimus and its clone the Primus Litech both do. The Esbit one was unable to fit my collapsible spoon from the Jetboil Utensil Kit either.

The width of the base is wide enough to catch a lot of heat from the stove, but the rise is also nice, because I can fit my whole cook kit inside, which includes my mini pop can stove and a bottle of alcohol fuel.

The capacity of this is just under a liter. By comparison, the Esbit one is 600 ml and the Optimus one is 700 ml. I would put this one at 800 or 900 ml. That extra capacity doesn't hurt any. It's nearly as small to pack, but big enough to pack what you need to inside of it, and you can have plenty of water for two servings of food. You can still prepare a bit less water if you prefer.

I upgraded the wire handle (see pic in the gallery). I am allergic to the plasti-dip stuff that came on the original, and so I took the advice of another user and bent up a coat hanger wire to replace it.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Crazy Jim on April 15, 2010
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Loved it. Worked perfectly. Can even remove the handle and use as a small pot to cook a small meal in. The item is very light and seems pretty durable. The handle did bend a little, but this was probably due to having it packed up tightly. The handle stays up straight while boiling water. This doesn't really hold a quart as advertised. A quart of water fills the kettle to the bottom of the spout and would definitely boil over.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Intrekid on February 13, 2013
I found this kettle at the start of last year's season and have given it some pretty good use. Without beating around the bush too much, I'll just go ahead and say that this thing is great! It has now become the backbone of my kit. A nested Sea to Summit X-Bowl and X-Mug fit underneath, and my stove (Trangia), small fuel bottle, camp soap, collapsible spork, seasoning packets, bandana, lighter, small sponge, etc... all pack nicely inside. In addition to boiling water/coffee, I also use this for cooking pasta and boil-in-the-bag rice. If you're considering this kettle, you should pull the trigger, but I'd like to give you a few tips, as well. First, go ahead and remove the silicon coating from the handles. Second, by pulling on the underside of the lid you can get a more secure fit. Third, trimming a cork down to fit the spout will decrease boil times and increase the kettle's volume by allowing the user to fill above the spout. All in all, a great value and an even better kettle. Absolutely no complaints here. In fact, I'm considering buying a second just in case they stop production.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By tsunamiscott on July 27, 2010
The Handle can melt if high heat is used or if the wind blows the flames from the stove up the side of the kettle. The insulation material needs to be able to handle higher heat or removed all together to be considered perfect to me. The kettle does heat water fast and the size and weight are great for ultralight backpacking.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D. Medin on August 10, 2008
This teakettle was a perfect purchase at the right price. It served us well so far. The capacity was perfect for 3 persons. About the only thing I would change is some way to make the lid captive. We kept losing the lid or having it fall out of it storage place we made for it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Zach Usher on August 28, 2013
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This pairs well with a homemade alcohol stove (search: DIY cat-food alcohol stove). It rests well directly on the cat-food tin, packs well and seems to be durable enough for many years of use in the outdoors. Like other reviewers have said, the coating on the handle will melt when exposed to a direct flame or high heat, but I haven't experienced a problem while using the alcohol stove to boil water.

Good purchase if you don't feel like departing with the cash for a Jetboil or MSR quite yet.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By joshnstuff on August 17, 2013
Small, light weight, very packable.
Quality piece that works very well.

I particularly like how wide the mouth of it is....in case I lose my bowls,
I could eat right out of the kettle if I had to.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JCB_Man on August 20, 2013
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I really like this kettle, it's light, easy to pack and feels sturdy enough. I do think the kettle has a few shortcomings, not anything major but enough to rate only 4 stars.

# 1 The handle is wire and has fairly sharp ends so you need to keep that in mind when packing it. They can scratch or poke holes in objects that rub up against the sharp parts.

#2 The silicone on the handle isn't able to take much heat and melts too easily. The shape of the handle makes it great for hanging over a campfire but unless you're extra careful the coating will melt.

#3 The kettle is just a little on the small size. If you put a whole quart of water in it the level is to the top of the spout and will boil over. (The size issue is my personal opinion, others may think it's the perfect size)

If you're looking for a small, lightweight kettle thats much cheaper than titanium this is a great choice.
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