Lightweight, simple, and affordable, get back to basics in the bush with the Aluminium Billy Teapot from Campfire.
This aluminium billy will bring your water to a boil quick-smart whether it’s directly over a fire or on a stove, and it has a no-drip spout and pouring handle as well as a heat-resistant handle to prevent your hands from getting burnt. It also comes in two different sizes depending on what you need for your set up.
You’ll be able to boil water for a cuppa in no time with the handy Aluminium Billy Teapot from Campfire in your camp kit.
Lightweight aluminium construction
Heat resistant handle to prevent hands from getting burnt
Comes with a no-drip spout and pouring handle
Comes in 2 different sizes
In Use Dimensions:
26L x 22W x 16H cm
16L x 22W x 16H cm
Fuel stove storage1 answer
Could you fit a 230g gas canister in one of these?
Imogen - Brunswick, VIC(1 year ago)
Yep, you absolutely can fit a 230g canister into the Campfire Billy Teapot.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
I believe cooking with aluminium products is a bad health risk, how does this product stand up?1 answer
I believe cooking with aluminium products is a bad health risk, how does this product stack up?
Ian - 6065(5 years ago)
The reason scientists recommend not cooking with aluminium products is that knives, forks, spatulas etc. can scratch off bits of aluminium and it'll end up in your food. If you're only boiling water in the Campfire Billy Teapot, then you'll be perfectly fine!
Ben - Snowys(5 years ago)
Can this Billy be used on a portable induction cooker ?1 answer
Todd - LAUNCESTON, TAS(8 years ago)
I'm no expert on the science of induction cook-tops sorry Todd, but my understanding is that they use a magnetic field to create heat, the cookware therefore needs to be magnetic, which this billy being made of alloy isn't. The tin billy's that we sell are magnetic, so in theory these should work. Sorry I'm not being really clear on this, it may be worth asking some questions of the induction stove top manufacturer.
Ben - Snowys(8 years ago)
Can this be used on coals and also on a gas camper stove?1 answer
Johanna - ADELAIDE, SA(8 years ago)
Yes to both of these Johanna. It has a heat proof plastic handle, so it would be best sitting on a bed of coals rather than amongst roaring flames, but this is the case with most camp kettles.