So thats one stove and fuel for morning coffee between us ...
If staying at campsites we could carry an electric kettle and a 2 metre lead and pinch lecky for that morning brew ... like the "mature" chap at Launceston doing his JOGLE .... didn't pay for a pitch with power ... just found an empty power pitch and plugged in long enough for his morning coffee .....
Inspired by the Launceton guy I made one last year ready for my Heb tour.
I didn’t take it.
Originally intended it for charging gizmos but decided a large capacity power pack more use. As for a kettle it’s a non starter.
Weighs 200gms and takes space before you addin a kettle and lead.
Compare to my. Mini
Twice the weight but little more space than the plug arrangement and does it all.
Every campsite I used on Heb tour had a campers kitchen with at least a kettle.