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Kelly Kettle USA - Volcano Kettle - Ultra Fast Boiling Kettle

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  • Kelly Kettle Base Camp Stainless Steel Kit is Environmentally Friendly
  • Kelly Kettle Stainless Steel Base Camp holds 50.7 fl. oz. of water (6.3 Cups) Pot holds 32 oz.
  • The Kelly Kettle Stainless Steel Base Camp is 15 inches tall, weighs only 2.6 pounds - Comes in a handy carrying bag
  • No need to buy bulky, expensive fuel canisters. Kelly Kettles use natural occuring fuels such as sticks and dry grass etc. Kelly Kettles are Ultra Lite and Ultra Fast for boiling water.
  • Can be transported on any airlines or any other form of transportation

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Product Description

Our Kelly Kettles have become popular for a variety of reasons with different groups of outdoor enthusiasts. * Camping: If you are camping and just want a convenient quick way to heat up your water for hydrating food, a cup of coffee or for personal use, the Base Camp Large Kelly Kettle is great. It will deliver about 6.3 cups of hot water in just a few minutes. Your camping gear will not be complete without a Kelly Kettle. * Back Packing and Hiking: Backpackers and hikers love the Kelly Kettle for its light weight and natural fuel burning ability. Never worry about carrying heavy fuel in your backpack again. You will never go on a backpacking trip again without your Kelly Kettle. * Kayaking: Kayaking is another outdoor sport where you don''t want to have to carry any more than necessary. The Kelly Kettle is ideal because of its light weight, use of natural fuel and how fast it will boil water when you are exhausted from kayaking all day. * Scouts: Scouting is a terrific youth activity and what better way to teach scouts how to camp, cook and purify water than to teach them how to use the Kelly Kettle. * Emergency Preparedness and Survival Use: The Kelly Kettles are an essential element of any emergency preparedness plan since in an emergency or disaster situation the most important part of survival is being able to obtain pure water. Without access to other types of fuel such as gas or propane, it may be difficult to get pure water. Since the Kelly Kettle uses only natural fuels, in a disaster you most likely will still have access to ample natural fuel in order to boil and purify water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene. * Fishing and Hunting: The Kelly Kettle was created to quickly produce hot water for coffee and other hot drinks while fishing on the beautiful lakes of Ireland. The same is still true today. Your Kelly Kettle will serve you for many years to come.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 7.3 x 7.3 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004GLCKZC
  • Item model number: 50045
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,968 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Great for day hikes with the family.
Geospud
95% of my camping is essentially car camping, though, so it makes perfect sense to bring this along.
Ernesto
The kettle is well made and really does boil water quickly.
aherpa

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Sammy Davis on April 21, 2011
I am very pleased with this purchase. I wish it were a bit cheaper, but like so many things, you get what you pay for. This ones worth it. I'm glad I bought the entire accessory kit. It makes the product much more versatile. I saw a product review for this on youtube and have been lusting after it ever since. Awesome invention. It's going with me on all my camping trips from now on. And if the power goes out this will be a great way to fire up some grub. Thanks to Kelly Kettle USA! I'm a bit stingy with my 5 stars. I feel like 4 is expected and to say something is 5 stars is to say that the product surpasses criticism. This one is a 5 star product by far.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By DD563 on September 16, 2012
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I see these in action on my trips to Ireland where the fishermen have used the SAME one for generations. With a ziploc of dry grass/twigs, you will have a quart of boiling water - in a strong wind with heavy drizzle and 40* weather - in 5 minutes or less . Just remember to not OVERFIRE it. The # 1 reason for returns is over heating it without enough water in it. The key is to use just enough twigs to see the flames barely exit the top - NOT a giant fire spewing volcano. We use ours twice a month at least because it's also a very cool way to boil water while friends & guests watch . I light it and we talk for the 5 minutes or so it takes to boil for tea or coffee. You can also heat up a can of beans or chili con carne on top as the water boils. It really deserves a 10 star rating.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By John C. Bates Jr. on May 21, 2012
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What a great invention! I bought the largest Kelly Kettle as I don't backpack anymore. It works great!
The water starts boiling in only a few minutes with just feeding small sticks into the burner. I got the complete kit with the cooking grate and pot. The top cooking works good too, but you have to remove the pot from the top frequently to keep feeding fuel down the "stack". I guess you could use a bit bigger sticks to keep the fuel from burning up quickly.
In reality though, you only need a few minutes of fire to get liquids boiling, and soup heated....so it isn't a big problem.
Not concerning myself with gas for this cooker is a big thing for me, as I am somewhat of a minimalist.
It is the coolest bit of camping equipment I have used in a long time!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By S. Hall on September 19, 2011
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The Kelly Kettle isn't cheap, but good stuff rarely is these days. You won't be disappointed with the quality or attention to detail. I put cold tap water into mine and lit a fire in the chamber using small twigs from my yard. The fire stayed strong as I fed in random small twigs and debris. The water was boiling in about 12 minutes. What more do you need?
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By HAM on June 29, 2012
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After seeing the Kelly Kettle at a friend's house I ran out and bought one, before seeing it in action, but just by seeing how it works. So simple to operate. I like to keep it simple! (KISS) I have now used it for all outdoors hot water needs. It is great, fast and cheap to use. Before, I had a real problem with trying to boil water, I know there's a joke there, but this solved so many issues. You can burn anything in it. I now keep a bag of small kindling with the kettle and do not have to start a major camp fire for hot water any more. Only down side about it, you have to keep water in it when burning (to cook something on the top pot support). The Kelly Kettle has been around for many years. Where have I been? I am so glad to have found out about it. It is on my A-Team! So simple. KISS!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By aherpa on July 22, 2013
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I ordered this kettle, hoping that it could double used as a canteen. But, it is not designed to be water tight, probably to avoid an explosion if someone stopped up the mouth of the water jacket. My kettle was not water tight around either the chimney or the water jacket mouth.
When I emailed Kelly Kettle, they informed me it was not supposed to be water tight at the top of the kettle mouth (the chimney), but that it was supposed to be water tight around the water jacket mouth. They promptly sent me a new kettle which was water tight around the water jacket mouth, and made arrangements with Fed-Ex to pickup the other kettle, I only needed to pack it in the original box and leave it outside, Fed-Ex would put the label on it and return it. No charge to me. Great customer service.
The kettle is well made and really does boil water quickly. Be picky about what you burn in it though, the inside of the chimney quickly builds up a tarry stuff. Use clean burning fuel that puts out as little smoke as possible. The chimney has fairly larger space that cans of sterno could be stored in, if you really wanted to minimize cleanup.......
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By NewAgeNomad on October 14, 2012
Purchased this product about 8 months ago. After using it for a few months it begin to leak which isn't bad for me because I use it for dishes and cooking, but if your going for that 2nd cup of coffee and the waters already gone your not gonna be happy! Email sent to Kelly Kettle with no response. NewAgeNomad.com
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By adam.harbst on July 17, 2014
I bought the Kelly Kettle last year for camping and backcountry hiking.

It works great for boiling water. Depending on the type of fuel you're using, it can boil the full volume of water in about 7 or 8 minutes. It seems to work best with actively burning fuel (anything that's actively emitting flame), smoldering coals don't seem to heat as quickly as little twigs and branches... Though I should note that I live in AZ and most of the small brush available as fuel here is extremely high in oil and very dry so it burns hotter and a bit longer than a similar volume of wood might in wetter areas. You're mileage may vary.

I've never tried cooking above it, so I can't comment on its utility as a "stove".

That all having been said, if you're not careful and you happen to forget to empty the kettle, as you might if you're using it as an additional water container and happen to leave it in the trunk of your car for a couple weeks after filing it while hiking/camping...You're likely to find that the rivets have corroded and left a nice milky residue of aluminum oxide all over the inside of the kettle. When you try to remove the corrosion you may find that the rivets leak. And if you try to remove the scum inside the kettle with vinegar you may get lucky enough to have the rivets completely dissolve, pop out, and spill boiling vinegar all over your stove. You'll have a really clean stove top...but your house will stink for a while.

At the end of the day it was a really poor or perhaps lazy decision by the manufacturer to use aluminum pop rivets in a stainless steel container. My guess is that they make the steel unit on the same line they make the aluminum one on and never thought about galvanic corrosion.
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