Eco Kettle 2 - White

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Eco Kettle 2 - White

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Cut the cost of your cuppa with the next-generation Eco Kettle.

Launched exclusively by Ethical Superstore, this new cordless Eco Kettle will help save you time and energy by boiling the exact amount of water you need. With its unique, patented dual chamber design, you can fill your kettle up to 1.5 litres, and then transfer the amount of water you want to boil into the heating chamber simply by pressing the knob. The water you don't use is ready and waiting for the next time you want to use it.

Recommended by the Energy Saving Trust, this new Eco Kettle used an average of 31% less energy than any other kettle in independent consumer trials.

Also available - Eco Kettle 2 - Chrome.
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Shipping Weight: 1.94kg

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Broken already!

Rated 2 out of 5
Submitted by anonymous on 20th Jan 2015
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We've had the kettle for 7 months and it's broken - the plunger is stuck down and so doesn't allow you to fill the kettle with water. Great...!
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Nowhere near as good as original

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Submitted by anonymous on 8th Dec 2014
I bought this to replace the original eco kettle which I wore out after several years use. Sadly this is a much worse model. There are two flaws:rnIf you live in an area with lots of calcium in the water the edge level quickly becomes unreadable and defies the point of having it. rnThis kettle will never boil more than just under 3 mugs of hot water maximum. That's right - if you are making tea for more than three people you will have to reboil a second new time. To me this is pretty UN-eco friendly if you are a couple and ever have more than a single guest over. rnrnWe got more and more annoyed at this (not a factor with our first kettle) till replacing it with a Russel Hobbs kettle which you can easily fill, one to 6 cups at a time and is infinitely better. Do not waste your money on this kettle.
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Very disappointing

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Submitted by anonymous on 17th Nov 2014
i have had this kettle for about a year and it has now broken. I would not buy another of these kettles. Firstly it is very heavy. The size of the kettle makes you think that it would boil a reasonable amount of water, but in fact you can only put half of the water into the heating compartment, so to fill a large teapot will require 2 kettles.
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anonymous asked this question on 21st Sep 2009

Q: Apart from design, is this any different from the original Ecokettle? Does the way it works differ? I notice the knob on the top is different so would like to know how it works in comparison with my current model. Thanks

A: The Eco Kettle 2 has been designed with a longer lasting, more reliable heating element, 2.2kW rather than the 3kW element in the original Eco Kettle. The spout has been redesigned to give more controlled and accurate pouring, and it also boils more quietly. However the essentail premise is the same - the Eco Kettle is intended to give you greater control over the amount of water that you boil, thus reducing energy consumption
I hope this helps, Jo.

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Yvette asked this question on 22nd Sep 2009

Q: Some new kettles are heating water to 80 degrees which is supposedly the best temperature for herbal tea drinkers. Does this kettle do that?

A: The Eco Kettle does not have variable temperature settings, but you might be interested to check out the Morphy Richards Ecolectric Kettle which heats to boiling or 85 according to preference.
I hope this helps, Jo.

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Eskay asked this question on 29th Sep 2009

Q: Is the kettle rated more highly for low usage of energy or for ability to boil small amounts efficiently?

A: The new Eco Kettle has a more reliable and longer lasting 2.2kW stainless steel concealed element. And as Eco Kettle users generally boil less water than traditional kettle users, this reduces energy consumption too.

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