Doesn't aluminum melt around 1200 degrees...
Doesn't aluminum melt around 1200 degrees fahrenheit? so wouldn't putting this in a hot campfire time after time eat away at it until a hole formed?
Valid point. Fortunately, your average campfires don't often reach that kind of temperature, and anyway that's the melting point of untreated aluminum. The anodization makes it quite a bit more heat resistant.
anodizing aluminum thickens the oxide layer on the outside of the metal, this anodized layer's melting points is well over two times hotter than pure aluminum's melting point.