The MSR Pika 1L Teapot is little, short, stout, and perfect for backpacking. It boils water for tea, or coffee, as well as the water needed for dehydrated meals. MSR made it out of featherweight aluminum that barely weighs over five ounces, and it's sized to fit MSR's backpacking stoves for clever, compact packing. The included lid stays secure while you pour boiled water smoothly through the stout.
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