The GSI Halulite Tea Kettle's hard-anodized aluminum metal conducts heat quickly and evenly for fast boil times and increased fuel efficiency on long backpacking trips. This camping tea kettle's easy-pour spout pours water into your mug or your dehydrated meal without spilling. GSI included a fold away plastic handle for comfort and portability. This kettle's lightweight, convenient design makes the Halulite Tea Kettle easy to pack trip after trip.
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