Snow Peak Kettle Cooker No.1

Snow Peak Kettle Cooker No.1
Snow Peak Kettle Cooker No.1
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Kettle Cooker No.1 by Snow Peak
There's a reason the Snow Peak Kettle Cooker No. 1 is one of its best-sellers: its top, pour spout, and two handles make it a super-versatile camp kitchen tool. Made from durable and attractive stainless steel, the Cooker holds over 30 ounces of liquid.

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SKU: SNO0115
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