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Peewit

Member
Oct 26, 2005
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Berkshire
Hello Antonyyy and Lurch,

Thanks for your comments. Yes, I do realise the amount of work - as I have done similar things myself. I was asking for an update. I previously mailed a week ago - asking about it.

To entertain buyers, you may notice that I posted an historic advert for a kettel.
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Surprise! Surprise! Just as I was typing this - the kettel arrived! Now - I can join the 'brew-up club'. I will post an apprecitave comment when I have savoured my first cuppa!

Best wishes to all,

Peewit.
 

match

Settler
Sep 29, 2004
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Edinburgh
Kane said:
This report :- http://outdoors-magazine.com/s_article.php?id_article=126 mentions problems with leaks - anyone had similar problems? (they do say it may be a by-product of the testing method)

cheers,
Kane
I've used mine many times on the wood burner and have had no problems - having said that the Kelly Kettle website do say that the kettle may leak a bit until it is used and the seams have moulded together by being heated/cooled repeatedly - they also say that it shouldn't be used as a water carrier, presumably for the same leakage reasons.
 

Peewit

Member
Oct 26, 2005
27
0
Berkshire
Hello All,

Another very satisfied customer!!

Well, I have just had the first go with the kettle and it is superb. Grateful thanks are due to Graham and Outdoor code. I did overfill it slightly the first time - but the water spurt, although it went into the fire pan, did not put it out.

I am a new member of a couple of months or so - and have never done posting on web sites before. I put the antique Kelly kettle advert up because I hoped I might get a reaction like, “Eccentric but amusing post Peewit”. Sadly I didn’t get a reply to that one.

I didn’t get my cloth badge – is there anyone out there who can politely advise me.

Best wishes to all,

Peewit.
 

Phil562

Settler
Jul 15, 2005
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Middlesbrough
Oh and forgot, sometimes you post something and the world ignores it. :(

On other occassions you get a stampede :rolleyes:

Don't get dis-allusioned, it happens to us all

Glad you got your kettle
 

Peewit

Member
Oct 26, 2005
27
0
Berkshire
Hello Phil562,

Thanks for the advice - and words of ‘worldly wisdom’. I guess we all have to learn how things work. Better sooner - than later. Thanks again for your help.

Best wishes, Peewit

PS. I am still smiling at the kettle!
 

Kane

Forager
Aug 22, 2005
167
1
UK
match said:
I've used mine many times on the wood burner and have had no problems - having said that the Kelly Kettle website do say that the kettle may leak a bit until it is used and the seams have moulded together by being heated/cooled repeatedly - they also say that it shouldn't be used as a water carrier, presumably for the same leakage reasons.
Cheers Match :)

Kane
 

Graham_S

Squirrely!
Feb 27, 2005
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Saudi Arabia
the prices are as follows.

Graham_S said:
1 pint Kelly kettle (rrp £37) price delivered £26.95

2.5 pint Kelly Kettle (rrp £42) price delivered £29.95

Accessory pack (rrp £13.50) price delivered £11.50
thanks.
 

Longstrider

Settler
Sep 6, 2005
990
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55
South Northants
The postman came and went this morning bringing his usual fare (More bills :( ) and no sign of a Kelly Kettle anywhere :( . As I'm off away to my girlfriends for a few days tonight, I had been hoping to take them with me, (one for me, one for her)
Then, joy! City Link turned up and delivered them! :D :) :D

Thanks Graham and the "silent partner"... :You_Rock_

The twigs of Thetford Forest had best go into hiding this week........ We're off out for a brew-up!
 

Pauli

Member
Aug 11, 2005
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Norwich
Got mine before Xmas but only got out of town this weekend to give it a try. Well chuffed.
Thanks Graham and Andrew.