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Offline flyfifer

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Tatonka 1 litre Teapot
« on: January 18, 2019, 22:09:59 PM »
Tatonka call it a Teapot but it functions perfectly well as a kettle.
For those who were desperate to know ---- it fits perfectly in a 1.1 litre MSR pot.😁

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Re: Tatonka 1 litre Teapot
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2019, 10:25:19 AM »
Tatonka call it a Teapot but it functions perfectly well as a kettle.
For those who were desperate to know ---- it fits perfectly in a 1.1 litre MSR pot.😁

That Tatonka stuff is pretty good , I have a couple of their lidded pots
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Re: Tatonka 1 litre Teapot
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2019, 17:45:18 PM »
Craig's enthusiasm for tidying up has rubbed off.
I have been looking back posts I started to see if anything useful might be added.
As above the Tatonka Teapot is a perfect fit in the MSR 1.1 litre pot.
My MSR stove fits inside the Teapot.
I use a Tatonka Small Plate as a frying pan and it nests outside the MSR pot.
I like russian doll cooking kit.

https://www.tamarackoutdoors.co.uk/Mobile/MBSCProduct.asp?PdtID=9154651

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Re: Tatonka 1 litre Teapot
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2019, 19:28:36 PM »
Cool

A picture next time you go camping with the nesting effect would be handy  :)
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Re: Tatonka 1 litre Teapot
« Reply #4 on: November 07, 2019, 14:28:07 PM »
not camping but here are the ----


MSR Whisperelite



Tatonka Tea pot



MSR Stove in the Tatonka Teapot and Teapot in the MSR 1.1litre pot




and the lid on the pot




A Tatonka Small Plate re-purposed as a Frying pan by adding DIY handles. (Pot grip would of course do). I searched for ages to find a frying pan of the right size but did not --hence why I started searching stainless plates --




and the pot sits in the pan





my ex china stove , two windshields and two stove mats




together with the pot assly all live in this roll top bag which in turn lives in one of the Lomo crash Bar bags.






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Re: Tatonka 1 litre Teapot
« Reply #5 on: November 09, 2019, 19:47:05 PM »
I spotted the MSR 1.1 litre pot at £12.50 which is a huge reduction on the "normal" price.
https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/122228119665?ul_ref=https%253A%252F%252Frover.ebay.com%252Frover%252F1%252F710-53481-19255-0%252F1%253Ftype%253D4%2526pub%253D5575411625%2526toolid%253D10034%2526campid%253D5338353470%2526mpre%253Dhttps%25253A%25252F%25252Fwww.ebay.co.uk%25252Fi%25252F122228119665%2526customid%253Ds%25253AGS%25253Bgc%25253AEAIaIQobChMI85Xbwu_d5QIVGZ7VCh0lZA7fEAQYJSABEgKRsfD_BwE%25253Bpt%25253A1%25253Bnott%25253A1%2526ul_ref%253Dhttps%2525253A%2525252F%2525252Frover.ebay.co.uk%2525252Frover%2525252F1%2525252F710-53481-19255-0%2525252F1%2525253Ftype%2525253D4%25252526pub%2525253D5575411625%25252526toolid%2525253D10034%25252526campid%2525253D5338353470%25252526mpre%2525253Dhttps%252525253A%252525252F%252525252Frover.ebay.com%252525252Frover%252525252F1%252525252F710-53481-19255-0%252525252F1%252525253Ftype%252525253D4%2525252526pub%252525253D5575411625%2525252526toolid%252525253D10034%2525252526campid%252525253D5338353470%2525252526mpre%252525253Dhttps%25252525253A%25252525252F%25252525252Fwww.ebay.co.uk%25252525252Fi%25252525252F122228119665%2525252526customid%252525253Ds%25252525253AGS%25252525253Bgc%25252525253AEAIaIQobChMI85Xbwu_d5QIVGZ7VCh0lZA7fEAQYJSABEgKRsfD_BwE%25252525253Bpt%25252525253A1%25252525253Bnott%25252525253A1%25252526customid%2525253Ds%252525253AGS%252525253Bgc%252525253AEAIaIQobChMI85Xbwu_d5QIVGZ7VCh0lZA7fEAQYJSABEgKRsfD_BwE%252525253Bpt%252525253A1%252525253Bnott%252525253A2%25252526srcrot%2525253D710-53481-19255-0%25252526rvr_id%2525253D0%25252526rvr_ts%2525253D51af6a6516e0ad3043234d7effcc8084%2526dashenId%253D6599017940627128320%2526dashenCnt%253D1%2526srcrot%253D710-53481-19255-0%2526rvr_id%253D2174903898568%2526rvr_ts%253D51af6f6816e0a4d128c0094dffccbae8
In fairness I will add a criticism of the pot. It the Lid had been made flat and 15mm deeper I wouldn't have been looking for a separate Frying pan.
The lid is tooo curved and shallow to make a frying pan, it only functions as a kid ----- short sighted design in truth.
It could have been the best pot ever with a fry pan lid.