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Boil a quick liter of water in MSR's 9-ounce Alpine Gourmet Teapot.
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Tried and True
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have a little teakettle problem, so I own a lot of them. I will not disclose the actual number because it's embarrassing. This one did not attract me initially because I like a long spout and it was lacking a certain charm visually. Over the years, it's the one that always makes it back into my car camping kit, because it's the most practical. The cylindrical shape (no cute spout) and the wire folding handles make it low profile and sturdy in the dish box. I had an issue with the top fitting too tightly and not letting enough air flow through to pour well, so I pounded a hole in the lid with a nail, which worked quite well. Though this teakettle was not my first choice based on purely superficial reasons, it's become my tried and true camp kettle.
What are the dimensions of the pot? What...
What are the dimensions of the pot? What is the distance between the bottom of the pot and the bottom of the spout? (Will my heat exchanger fit under the spout evently?)
This question is going to need a specific measurement, so try clicking on the 'chat now' button in the upper right corner of your screen and ask the guru. They'll have someone in the warehouse measure it for ya!
Sentinel Dome, Yosemite NP
Best Teapot for the simple act of boiling water & making green tea in the backcountry
will my msr whisperlite stove fit inside...
will my msr whisperlite stove fit inside this?? without fuel of course.