The Explorer 1 Litre Hard Anodized Aluminium Ghillie Kettle & Cook Set
The Explorer 1 Litre Hard Anodized Aluminium Ghillie Kettle & Cook Set is hard anodized to up to 50 Microns and meets BS.ISO.10074
The benefits of the new hard anodized aluminium Ghillie kettle and pans are:-
- Highly durable and hard wearing
- Smooth non-stick surface
- Non-reactive surface
- Quicker to boil and heat up food
- Complies to the British Food Standard
- Easier to clean
- Scratch resistant
- All the benefits of stainless steel, but cheaper and lighter
- Guaranteed for 10 years, subject to normal wear and tear
in minutes and its our middle range Kettle.
- Lightweight 0.8kg made of Aluminium .
- Holds up to 1.0ltrs
- Height: 28cm / 11inchs
- Width: 18.5cm / 7.3inchs (at its widest point)
- Comes with its own hard wearing carry bag.
Ideal for ANY outdoor activity especially: Camping, Hiking, Fishing, Building Sites, Back Packers or for those with limited space, and for use during power cuts (to be used outdoors)
Dont forget the fact that you can also cook simple meals using the Kettle with the cooking utility set
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This adds to a safer product as you know exactly when the kettle reaches boiling point.
All of our Kettles are delivered in their own storage sack and are supplied with full instructions.
The Ghillie Kettle is ideal for Camping, Fishing, Hiking and any outdoor activity.
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