Kelly ket­tle

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A sim­ple, el­e­gant way to boil wa­ter in the great out­doors, Kelly Ket­tles have been used around the world since 1890 and are es­sen­tially a dou­ble­skinned metal chim­ney – you pour wa­ter into the hol­low walls and light a fire us­ing sticks and kin­dling in the ket­tle’s belly. They boil up wa­ter in a jiffy, even in bad weather – a nifty way

to brew a post wild-swim cuppa.

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