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  Seemed familiar...
  Posted by: rutherfa on May-23-12 7:28 PM (EST)
 

Something seemed awfully familiar about the Kelly kettle, and it dawned on me. I had seen a product from a guy trying to start his own company to make a similar device for back country hikers. Anyone who donated money to the start-up would get a product. While very similar to a Kelly kettle, the purpose seemed to be emphasized on extremely light weight for backpack portability.

Here's the kickstarter.com page for his fundraising: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1763800459/backcountry-boiler-hot-water-from-found-fuel

And the new company's webpage: http://www.theboilerwerks.com/


The Kelly looks like a more robust product that can be used for larger groups and with more flexibility. Can anyone comment about the feasibility of each for a hiker versus a paddler?

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