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Kelly Kettle Stainless Steel Medium Scout Basic Camp Stove Kit. New Spot Welded Model. The Perfect Camp Stove for Cooking, Hiking, Camping, Kayaking, Fishing, and Hunting. Boil Water, Cook Fast, Survive.

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  • Kelly Kettle Scout Stainless Steel is Environmentally Friendly
  • Kelly Kettle Stainless Steel Scout holds 37.2 fl. oz. of water (4.7 Cups)
  • The Kelly Kettle SST Scout is 10.2 inches tall, weighs only 2.2 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 works Ultra Fast for boiling water
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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 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.

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  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00AR0LTR6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #235,523 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By P. G. Reynolds on April 5, 2013
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This kettle is easy, fast, efficient, and fun. This is not a backpacking cookset so if you are looking for something light weight and small, then look elsewhere. If you are looking for a quick and easy way to boil water or cook food on a camping trip or picnic then this is a great product. We took it camping and we chose this over our indoor propane stove (we have a pop-up camper with a small kitchen) for making coffee each morning because it was so much faster than boiling water in a pot over the stove. Bonus feature - when you're done using the kettle you can dump the hot coals and ashes in your fire ring as a nice fire starter for your campfire too! We chose the Scout because the Base Camp is just so big and we are happy with this medium size. It was enough water to fill a standard french press or make a few cups of tea. We have not yet cooked with it but I imagine that because of how easy it is to stoke the fire while using the kettle that cooking would be just as easy and fast as boiling water. It's sturdy and compact and seems to be durable. I can't compare this brand to any others of this style but we are happy with this purchase and would buy again.
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This thing is just amazing. It does what its advertised to do: boil water quickly with minimal fuel. I stumbled upon this product watching some YouToob videos. I really could not justify the expense of this purchase, but then someone gave me an Amazon gift card, so my dream came true.
The down-side to this product is that it's bulky and somewhat heavy. I tested this on a recent overnight backpack trip with my son, and find that the inconvenience was still worth it. Water is heavier to pack into remote places, and I was able to boil water germ-free from a water source for our dinner/breakfast. The other down-side was that it takes some getting used to. OK, it took me 6-10 minutes to boil water! Make sure you keep feeding it small dry twigs, and it works fine.
I haven't used the cook pot/plate yet, but they are good quality. I have nicer cook gear, so this is a good back-up for mixing stuff, or warming other items to add to your dinner.
There is just one thing to add and this kettle would be more perfect, and that is some type of screen to go over the spout. When cooking, ash and debris goes up, and has a tendency to land in the spout area. I just splash out the first few tablespoons of water, and then add the clean boiling water to my cup.
Even for light-weight backpacking I will include this in my kit!
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It all comes down to purpose of use (POU). An ultralight thru-hiker who's making home-made alcohol stoves from aluminum soda cans will look at the Kelly Kettle and see an elephant. A car camper will wonder "Why bother when I have my 20lb Coleman two burner stove in the trunk?" But like all good products the Kelly Kettle has a sweet spot depending upon your POU.

Some might complain about the bulk or weight of the Kelly Kettle. That might be a legitimate critique if comparing it to an overnight trip using a fuel canister based system (e.g. Jet boil or MSR etc.) but I tend to do slightly longer trips of 3-5 nights along the Maine Island Trail by kayak or sailing dory. Anything beyond an overnight forces me to bring along extra fuel canisters (and pack them along even after they are spent). What's more I always found myself packing one extra canister as an insurance policy against unexpected failures/defects or simply misjudging how much fuel I expect to use. (Ever run out of fuel with a Jet boil 9 miles offshore? What then??) When one considers the bulk and weight of multiple fuel canisters, the absence of a need for a separate pots or containers for holding the water to be boiled, and the lack of a "plan B" with may of those systems, the delta between them and the Kelley Kettle shrinks considerably....and may well even tip in the Kelly Kettle's favor.

The Maine islands are fragile ecosystems with limited fuel sources. Open fires are often prohibited and fuel for a fire pit is often non-existent...particularly on the more accessible locations outside of Casco Bay. The kind of kindling needed to run the Kelly Kettle on the other hand is always abundant as it tends to get entirely overlooked by campers looking for larger fuel sources for bigger fires.
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Let me start by saying that Kelley Kettles have a learning curve... They are phenomenal products, but you may find yourself frustrated the first few times you use it. First off, make sure that the kettle is on a very stable surface; I spilled about a liter of boiling water on me and my bedroll because I wasn't paying attention. Secondly, only feed it twigs, pine cones, shavings, basically nothing near the size of a pencil. Lastly, feed it constantly: you can't step away from it for too long because it will die out. Now, the upside is that with 1 match and a handful of tinder you can boil water in under 4 minutes, and that's pretty awesome. Its a good cooking station as well, but be prepared for a good bit of your water to boil out before your food is done, as the water will be ready long before the food is cooked.
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This cook kit was not a planned purchase but because of the promotional purchase price decided to do so and I am pleased that I did so , I have only used a couple of times for
cooking Oatmeal and scrambling some eggs here at the house to get a feel for its use and found the kit to be a worthwhile supplement for our much loved Kelly Kettle , we are so pleased that it is now available in the Stainless Steel .
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