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Thermette kettle
« on: March 14, 2010, 07:09:48 PM »
Looks to be a good item for boiling water fast. The heat goes up the center of the kettle, instead of the outside.

http://www.thermette.com/

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Re: Thermette kettle
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2010, 04:56:40 PM »
ICON,
interesting. Looks like a really good survival item. What I like is the little fuel basket can be filled with anything
that will burn - tinder small twigs etc.
- Yowbarb


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Thermette's  History:

"The Thermette was first invented in 1929 by New Zealander John Ashley Hart but became a cultural icon and found its
true home and place in New Zealand's history during the Second World War. For New Zealand soldiers fighting the deserts of
North Africa the Thermette became a standard and treasured piece of equipment and earned the nickname the `Benghasi Boiler'.

It was originally advertised with the slogan `the more the wind the quicker it boils', indicating its usefulness in bad weather,
when other stoves might not work. "

http://www.thermette.com/thermette_history.htm

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