Electric Kitchen Water Kettle
The electric kitchen water kettle was invented way back in 1891. Since then, it has gone through many stages of designs and features. With the early versions, it took about 12 minutes to heat up water to the boiling point. Today, an electric kitchen water kettle can boil water in as little as five minutes. Most modern water kettles are also cordless, meaning the pot sits on a base and it’s the base that’s plugged into the wall socket, not the kettle itself. This makes the cordless electric kitchen water kettle as convenient as a stove top kettle. Electric kitchen water kettles are perfect for coffee, tea, noodles and soups. They are a ideal appliance for the kitchen but also for apartments, dorms, and bars. Electric kitchen water kettles provides instant boiling water and the availability to remove the jug from the power base and serve anywhere is a main feature.
This function rely adds to the appliance versatility. If you want to sit in your living room and enjoy a cup or two of coffee or tea, you can take the electric kitchen water kettle into the living room with you and enjoy as many cups of coffee or tea as you like with the amount of water available in the kettle. Electric kitchen water kettles come in a variety of colors and styles. They are often made of stainless steel, glass or plastic. People who worry about the toxins in plastic often prefer the glass or stainless steel varieties because no plastic ever comes in contact with the boiling water.