The New Eco Friendly Kettle – Make Way for Colonel Thermal

If you like your coffee (or tea!) like me, you’ll LOVE this.

Particularly when I’m busy, I drink a lot of coffee. Proper coffee, that it, none of this lazy instant stuff. Cup after cup, I’ve go the process down to a finely tuned art.

1. Fill Kettle
2. Wait for it to boil
3. Get impatient
4. Think I hear it start to bubble and make the decision that “I want it NOW! It’s probably hot enough”
5. Quite often it’s not hot enough and that just makes me sad.
6. End up starting again, taking considerably longer than I would have, had I just been patient.

Patience, they say, is a virtue but in a world of instant gratification, it’s more of an inconvenience. But not anymore!

May I bring you the visual delight of the Vektra Thermal Eco Kettle! Using vacuum technology, made famous by a well known flask peddler, the Vektra Kettle range keeps freshly boiled water hot for up to 4 hours! No more boiling EVERY time you need a coffee, you simply go back for your second, or third, or fourth and you’ll waste more time or more electricity boiling the kettle. It will already be hot!

 

 

 

 

AVERAGE 3000W Kettle

1.7 Litre VEKTRA

1.5Litre VEKTRA

1.2 Litre VEKTRA

 Max. Power (Watts)

3000

2200

1800

1350

 Kilowatts

3kW

2.2kW

1.8kW

1.35kW

Hours Of Monthly Use

8

8

8

8

kW x hours = kWh

24

17.6

14.4

10.8

Electricity Price*

14.9p

14.9p

14.9p

14.9p

Cost Per Month £

3.58

2.62

2.15

1.61

 

Pretty impressive stats, I’m sure you’ll agree.  Check out the full Vektra range at Ethical Superstore today!

 

 

 

The above data is based upon general assumptions and uses the UKPower energy price comparison data chart to create a comparison between kettles on maximum power consumption figures alone and is therefore only a guide. 8 hours use per month assumes average use and boil time
(4 minute boil, 4 times a day for 30 days) The Vektra kettle uses lower energy consumption and as such does mean a longer boil time in some cases, due to the vacuum insulated construction it could also be assumed that the kettle will not be boiled as many times in a day but this has not been accounted for.
*Electricity costs are provided by UKPower and represent a UK average price per unit as of Feb 2014

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