When we first saw this revolutionary new style of kettle, our immediate thought was ‘why hasn’t this been done before?’ It’s such a simple but brilliant way to ensure everyone can boil water to make that ever important good ole cuppa, or whatever your daily brew is.
The features on this kettle are remarkable. To boil water for your cup or teapot couldn’t be simpler. It has an easy touch lid which pops open. You can then use a small lightweight jug to fill into the open lid, or you can remove the vessel which sits inside the stand and fill directly from the tap. It has a 1.5 litre capacity, this is about 6 cups, then press the red button and wait for the water to boil and the red button to click off.
With its tapered spout and safe and sturdy base, the ergonomically shaped kettle allows you to gently push the handle to tilt and pour with non-weight bearing effort. The moving cradle assists the ‘tilt and pour’ action so there’s no longer any lifting, straining, balancing or aiming boiling water. This means that you can now pour safely without the risk of scalding.
The kettle’s weight is distributed across the entire arm, not on fingers and wrists, and gives you a comfortable movement. It will restore confidence and independence for anyone dealing with a number of issues from tremors, shakes, the elderly, limited mobility and arthritis. Such a practical but still stylish addition to any kitchen and is truly an accessible kettle.
As you would expect when researching and choosing a kettle, all the features of a good quality kettle are present including a removable stainless steel anti-scale filter, water level indicator, British Safety Technology stainless steel heating element and of course a quiet boil!!
So now you can hopefully keep your independence and make yourself and your guests a nice hot drink – but don’t forget the biscuits!!