A kettle is an electrical kitchen appliance chiefly used for the heating and boiling of water. This in turn is typically used to make hot drinks or occasionally in cooking. Kettles tend to be powered by electricity, and vary in capacity and power consumption. The greater the volume of water that is boiled in a kettle, the greater the amount of energy is required to power it. Modern tea kettles are often cordless, meaning you can easily remove them from their base unit upon boiling, thus making them more portable. In terms of pricing, kettles start at around the £10 mark, and increase up to around £70 – with the more expensive kettles often being manufactured out of more expensive materials, and featuring a variety of modes.
We have compiled a variety of kettle reviews for you, thus enabling you to easily locate the perfect kitchen appliance for your home.
Nowadays modern kettles are available in a whole host of colours, to match your microwave and toaster, and are manufactured by a wide range of companies such as Russell Hobbs, Phillips, Breville, Bosch, Morphy Richards and De’Longhi. No matter which colour scheme your home kitchen happens to be painted in, you’ll be able to find the ideal kettle for your kitchen.