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The Swan Plastic Kettle (Swan SK18130BLKN 1L) in Black has: Automatic switch off, Boil-dry protection, Easy pouring, Illuminated power switch, Limescale filter. The closed side handle gives this kettle a traditional appearance. The power output for this Kettle is around 1080w. 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 the stardard Water window water level. The on and off switch for this Kettle is conveniently located at the Bottom. This Kettle has a Cordless fixed position cord type which means it cannot be lifted from the base for easy pouring (not 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 typical Jug shape, and a Standard spout.

Compatible tea or coffee beverages

A list of compatible tea or coffee beverages for Swan SK18130BLKN 1L
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