A steel thermette. The thermette is painted predominantly red and features stylised flames and camping scenes. There is a small metal handle on one side and a removable base which has a vent in it to regulate airflow. There is a chimney opening at the top as well as an opening for the water and a very small steam vent.
" Thermette " is written in black on the on side. " PREVENT / FOREST / FIRES/ Thermette is a direct descendant / of the ingenious methods used / to make a ' brew ' in the desert and remote places during two world wars. / It safely burns almost any / fuel, wood chips, paper - infact / it's fuel could be the / ideal way to dispose of litter." is written on one side. There is also further text which outlines how it should be used on the same side.
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