Stainless steel camp kettle. it can be used with or without the COBB Cooking System. (Also called a Kelly, Ghillie or Volcano Kettle - inspired by traditional Mongolian or Chinese hot-pots which had a central chimney). It is an efficient portable device for quickly boiling water outdoors. Existing coals from your COBB or a fire can be used as well as twigs and other small commonly available combustible materials. It is great for coffee or tea first thing in the morning or washing up after a meal!
The kettle consists of a water jacket surrounding a central fire chamber which creates an upward chimney draft ensuring rapid boiling water even in wet or windy weather. Heat from the fire travels up the middle of the kettle (chimney) and exit on top.