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  • Scratch-resistant aluminum and hard alloy construction is durable and efficient
  • Easy-pour spout and coated handle for smooth, comfortable grip
  • 1.7-liter capacity
  • Folding handle locks into place while boiling and saves pack space
  • Integrated nesting for 110-g fuel cartridges (not included)


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Best Use Backpacking
Liquid Capacity (L) 1.7 liters
Liquid Capacity (fl. oz.) 57.5 fluid ounces
Dimensions 6.7 x 6.3 x 5.5 inches
Cookware Material Aluminum
Material(s) Aluminum
Weight 8.7 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Saved our Trip!! So I was exploring a new stove option thinking I could upgrade from our "old" canister system. I got this kettle for it's larger capacity to get enough water boiled for the 5 of us plus coffee, etc. Sadly our new nifty stove wasn't as fuel efficient as my backyard tests and we ran out of fuel half way through our trip. Did I mention this kettle saved our butts...I was able to build small fires and supported this guy between two rocks and kept us fully nourished. Given the experience I will be bringing this guy as my backup even when I switch back to my fuel sipping canister stove system.
Date published: 2017-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super light - heat conductive! grabbed this tea kettle to lighten our car camping load, and I was not disappointed. Holds plenty of water to do a larger-sized, thermal Bodum French press.
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice addition to the Hae Tea Kettle We needed a larger pot/kettle for those trips where we needed more hot water than our Pinnacle Soloist pot fits. We have the Hae Tea kettle kit and love it but it's best for one person. We were excited to see that GSI put out a larger kettle this year! Haven't had a chance to test this larger kettle on the trail yet but I wanted to clarify the product description as it isn't accurate and provide some more info. This kettle is the same diameter and uses the same lid in fact as the Hae Tae kettle. It is very light compared to similar capacity pots. It is shorter than the Dualist and Soloist pots but wider, which should heat water faster than the taller pots. It will fit a GSI cookset nesting bowl/cup and lid inside, and will fit either the small gas canister upright inside the bowl or the larger 250g canister if the canister is placed on the bottom with the lid and the nesting bowl/cup is inverted on top. There is enough room inside to store small items like a small stove, collapsible spork, small bottle of soap and sponge, or folded up paper towels. Only drawback is there is no carry bag to keep the setup together like that found with the smaller kettle set, so you'll need to find a small stuff sack or use a rubberband or bungie to keep it all together. That's my only knock on the product. We look forward to no longer having to worry about being short on enough hot water or burning our hands trying to measure out water for our dehydrated meals! YAY!
Date published: 2017-04-14
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Is the material hard anodized aluminum like the smaller (approx 1 liter) version? The specs say "aluminum' only? 

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