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dad_of_jon
I can vouch for this as I use one for my extracts and I make up to 22litres batches.


http://www.wilko.com/casserole+stockpots/wilko-stock-pot-12l/invt/0322498

40% boil - 60% super chilled water topped up in the FV [smile]
Bottled : 

Stealth Triple - dark triple - 7.22%
Quickly Saisoned - Saison - 6.3%

Original punk Ipa - NOT! - 6.17%
RIS-ky business - RIS - 10.37%
Sleighed in Belgium - xmas 2016 - 9.3%
Night talk - dark malty xmas beer - 7.75%
Brewferm Abdij - for xmas 2015 7.35%

Drinking : Stealth Triple 40+ left
Drinking : RIS-ky business 17 left

Drinking : Sleighed in Belgium 19 left
Drinking : Original punk Ipa - NOT! 3 left
Drinking : Quickly Saisoned 35+ left
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ElChemist
Thats the exact SP I use for my 10L batches. I did an AG Weissbier in it yesterday using a load of towels to insulate during the mash and it lost 0.8 degrees over an hours mash. Its a great little stock pot.
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Clibit
This is a good article about the size of boil for an extract brew...

http://beerandwinejournal.com/extract-boil-volume/
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