AnswerID: 419785 Submitted: Sunday, Jun 06, 2010 at 14:52
Member Boroma 604
We use Thermette or Picnic kettle as it is known in Oz
Had my first one given to me in 1964 when working with a Kiwi in The Kimberleys who was going overseas, it was actually a Malleys Picnic Kettle.
Got burgled in 2002 and it went with a lot of other stuff. Finally found a new one only in Copper in 2004," boy"! isn't it efficient. From memory it holds 2 litres and has the bonus you can cook
on top of the Flu.
Not sure there are many selling them, but if you Google Thermette, you will find they are made in NZ and could get one from there without much fuss. Marvellous piece of gear. Only need twigs & leaves to boil 2 litres in about 3 minutes flat.
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FollowupID: 689967 Submitted:
Sunday, Jun 06, 2010 at 15:29
Member Boroma 604 posted:
Try these people they used to handle them:
Here is a Photo of a copper one. Cheers,
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