Kelly Kettle Review

Boiling water out in the field is always a challenging task to do quickly and easily without the need for relying on technology (such as a Jet Boil) to make your tea. You can bring a billy can for when you are on your own but to use it you first have to light a fire and its not incredibly efficient as the heat is not contained. The problem with gas stoves is you always run the risk of it malfunctioning when out on expedition and then being left with an interesting ‘tea less’ situation.

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Mora Garberg Review

The Mora Garberg takes a new path for Mora with the Garberg seeming to be the truest realisation of this new direction which started with the Mora Robust Pro and continued on to products such as the Mora Bushcraft Black. These are both two very capable knives but both lacked full tangs and this is where the Garberg comes in which offers great durability and a very solid package overall.

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Helle Eggen Review

Helle, a Norwegian company that is synonymous with quality and attention to detail, which are two important factors when considering it’s a mass-produced knife brand. I have reviewed Helle knives in the past and found them a pleasure to use both practically and aesthetically. With a catalogue of products so huge as theirs it’s always important to choose a knife that is suited to your needs.

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Tops Tibo Neck Knife Review

The kit I use is always changing but one aspect has stayed the same for many years, the bushcraft knife on my belt. It was a solitary knife, scandi ground, 4 inches in length and with this I did all my bushcraft tasks. It worked well, so well in fact the method of using one knife of this particular style did not change. The knives may have altered but they were all of a similar design, that of the classic bushcraft knife.

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