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The Swan Plastic, Stainless steel Kettle (Swan 1L SK31020N) in Stainless Steel has: Automatic switch off, Boil-dry protection, Easy pouring, Limescale filter. The closed side handle gives this kettle a traditional appearance. The power output for this Kettle is around 2000w. Anything greater than 2000W should be considered quite high. A variable temperature control is a good Kettle feature to look out for, however, this Kettle does not have a variable temperature control, meaning that you will not be able to adjust the default boiling temperature. This Kettle has a non-standard Water gauge water level. The on and off switch for this Kettle is conveniently located at the Bottom. This Kettle has a 360 degrees cordless cord type which means it can be lifted from the base for easy pouring (recommended). This Kettle has a Pull back lid lid type which makes it a bit more difficult to fill (not recommended). We have determined that this Kettle is best for Offices, Singles and couples, has a Kettle shape, and a Standard spout.

Compatible tea or coffee beverages

A list of compatible tea or coffee beverages for Swan 1L SK31020N
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