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There is no such thing as a bad cup of tea in the bush with the original Thermette made in New Zealand. Boiling water in under five minutes with just a few twigs a piece of paper and a match makes the Thermette a must for anyone who loves the great outdoors or long lazy picnics.
We pride ourselves with the best service to our valued customers.
The Thermette weighs only 1.7 kgs. This very clever design has a unique copper cone shaped cylinder that holds the water. From a small fire at its base, heat is distributed fast to the surfaces surrounding the water that will start boiling rapidly. The heat generated also funnels out of the top of the cylinder that makes it a very efficient way to cook your eggs any style with a side of bacon.
A stainless steel cooking ring is included with your Thermette from wilsonandco.co.nz.
We have sold hundreds of Thermettes to happy customers in New Zealand and all over the world including Australia, United States and Europe.
The Thermette, invented in 1929 by New Zealander, John Ashley Hart, quickly became a New Zealand icon. It was during the Second World War that the Thermette became affectionately known as the `Benghazi Boiler’.
A treasured piece of equipment in the field for the New Zealand Army Soldiers fighting in Libya and other countries in North Africa. For generations since, the humble and practical Thermette has accompanied many adventures all over New Zealand bringing much joy.
Enjoying a nostalgic cuppa tea in a remote location is a revitalising and fun experience with a taste of freedom for your family and friends.
Be FIRE SAFE at all times!
Thermette from Wilson and Co includes:
Solid Copper Thermette x 1
Stainless steel cooking ring x 1
Galvanised fire ring x 1
Great delivery and after-sale service!
Product dimensions:Height – 38cm tall
Weight – 1.7kg
Water volume – 2.2 litre
Wilson & Co deliver Thermette to the following countries:
Australia – (NZD $35)
Canada – (NZD $50)
New Zealand – Free Shipping (NB Rural delivery $8)
USA – (NZD $50)
United Kingdom – (NZD $55)