GSI Outdoors Halulite Tea Kettle - 1qt

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GSI Outdoors Halulite Tea Kettle - 1qt -
Made of Halulite, a hard anodized alloy as light as titanium, the GSI Tea Kettle HAE conducts heat better than your dented WWII era tea kettle so you can use less fuel to boil water. Sure, Grandpa's kettle did the job over the years, but you deserve a 20th century battle ready tea kettle that withstands dents, scratching and abrasions like no other tea pot out there. Grip the heat resistant handles and pour a peaceful sunrise cup then throw the kettle against a rock just to check how hard this puppy is.


  • Stainless steel construction


  • Dishwasher safe.
  • Fully recyclable.
  • Brilliant, rustproof finish.
  • Wt. 12 oz
  • Notched handle allows it to be hung over campfires.
  • Includes tea kettle and lid
The classic 1 qt. kettle design provides the ideal footprint, making this the perfect pot for fast packers, alpinists and anyone else looking only to boil water. The GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Kettle features the unrivaled durability of 18/8 stainless steel construction, and the ability to cook over campfires/coals to the compact kettle form.

The GSI Glacier Stainless Tea Kettle is sized to hold ultralight stoves and fit optimally in packs. Glacier stainless steel's characteristics allow it to cook evenly over any stove or flame.

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Capacity:1 qt / 0.94 L
Material:Stainless Steel
Packed Size:6.3" x 5.9" x 3.5"
Upc, Ean, Isbn:090497681622
Use:backpack gourmet
Weight:9.3 oz / 264 g
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GSI Outdoors Halulite Tea Kettle - 1qt Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Sweet kettle. Wide base provides for faster boil times and great stability. I stash the handle and the rest of a kit for two, not including canister, in the kettle. Cork in the spout reduces slop, improves capacity and keeps sharp edge of spout from cutting other items in or body of pack itself. GSI makes a 14oz nesting, lidded mug/bowl set that fits inside well. They don't sell it commonly, focusing on the 20oz set, but should be available when calling GSI Outdoors directly at 800.704.4474. Can also swap a 14oz mug/bowl from a smaller GSI set such as Micro Dualist into kettle for fast and light kit. A wide rubber band keeps the lid in place in transit. Great for boiling and re-hydrating. Not as uber-light as titanium or a beer can pot but use some common sense and this kettle is bomb proof.
Highly recommend this as well as GSI Ketalist to Boy Scouts or others new to the trail acquiring gear for backpacking.

Sherpa Dad at on 03/31/2012

This kettle was easily my best gear purchase of 2011! Overall, I am very happy with this product. I use the Ketalist primarily for boiling water or brewing up cowboy coffee over my Trangia stove, which nests neatly inside the kettle (along with the Trangia windscreen, a sea to summit collapsible cup, bandana/rag, and a few other small items). Having previously carried a small cookset, I was ready to trim a few ounces off my pack weight and this has served me very well. I removed the rubberized handle and lid grips as soon as I got it, so have no idea how they would have held up. I assume they would melt quite easily. Quick tip for those who care: Trim down a cork to fit the spout and your water will boil approx. 2 minutes faster!

Intrekid at on 01/23/2012

This little tea kettle works great. It is just the right size for my wife and I yet small and lite enough for use to take it anywhere. Even when we go car camping with the rest of the family we will take it with a back packing stove with us. When we wake up in the morning we will put it on just outside of the tent and then start getting ready. By the time we are ready to leave the tent the water is boiling and ready for a hot cup of tea. Perfect for those cold mornings. It is also lite enough to take back packing and small enough to not take up to much valuable space.

Mark Payne at on 11/17/2010

I wasn't expecting much at this price, because usually you get what you pay for. Given that this is a inexpensive pot, I was expecting the equivalent in quality. I've couldn't have been more wrong. It is super light, the spout is incredible, and the handle is a must! We don't usually make tea in this, just boil water for mountain house. It is small, but somehow handles a full liter. The lid helps to boil water really fast. Overall, I couldn't be happier.

Mike Cushing at on 07/09/2013

I know I can make tea in a pot but hey, I love tea and I wanted to show that love so I bought this cute little cattle. It is extremely lightweight, and the water boil instantly. 1 problem I encountered is that once I used it with a primus stove and the wind shield on max power the orange plastic of the handle melted and it's a shame - And nonetheless it gets 5 stars cause I just love tea

Arik Ryvkin at on 06/24/2013

Best outdoor teapot

This little guy is great.

It is very stable on my stove, heats up fast, and handles abuse with aplomb. The rounded corners were easy to clean when I had to cook pasta in it after a bit of poor planning.

My only complaint is that the handle gets hot, but I just a glove as a hot-pad.
Scott at Campmor on 07/07/2013

it's about time

have been waiting for some time for a decent stainless alternative to that awful MSR pot - the Glacier is nice, but be aware that the bail may get hot during extended cooking/boiling times... the pot has a nice large opening, and you can store a Trangia and other goodies inside, or a small canister and gassie
willie at Campmor on 04/04/2011

I have the nested soloist 'ketalist' kit and love it! Absolutely the best all around water boiler I've used, and a great system of cup/bowl. This kettle has elevated to 'instant replace' status should anything happen. My only wish is to have a whistling spout cover--it is a kettle after all.

Jay Henry at on 11/24/2011

This thing is fantastic! Bought it last year and it's been great. Very light, durable and with the added accessories very versatile. Cheaper than Titanium, but most all the benefits of the more expensive metal. I would buy it again and won't take a trip without it! Highly recommend it!

T.D. at on 05/30/2011

Perfect for making a couple cups of coffee,tea, broth, oatmeal... you name it.
Spout pours nice and clean. I wouldn't put anything but water in it as it'd be hard for me to fit my hand in to clean it. Not everyone would have a problem with that.

Lyle at on 04/08/2013

Neutral Reviews:

A good kettle but the lid does not like to stay on during pouring, and even the little rubber part at the top, heats up pretty quickly

Dwayne Vincent at on 03/17/2011