5 Electric Kettles That Do Way More Than Boil Water
Whether you use them to make a soothing cup of tea or the perfect pour-over coffee, electric kettles come in handy daily. We rounded up our favorites based on special features and stylish designs so you can find the best addition to your kitchen.
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KitchenAid Electric Kettle
This KitchenAid electric kettle features an easy-to-read temperature gauge that rises as the water heats, setting it apart from other kettles. Use the lever to adjust the water's temperature (it ranges from 50 to 100 degrees Celsius) and then twist off the base to transfer it onto your table. The dual wall construction keeps the water hot longer, while the soft-grip handle makes it easy to hold. Plus, it's available in the brand's signature Candy Apple Red to match other KitchenAid appliances.
To Buy: $180 (usually $225); bloomingdales.comshop this kitchenaid electric kettle
Secura Electric Kettle
This electric kettle's cool-touch exterior ensures you won't burn your hands, and the lock lid helps eliminate potential spills. Featuring double layers of stainless steel, it boils water in minutes without releasing harmful chemicals from the plastic—something this Amazon customer appreciated, saying, "The inside of the kettle bottom has no seams. So no silicone and no plastic touch the hot water—exactly what we were looking for."
To Buy: $35; amazon.comshop this electric kettle
Cuisinart Electric Kettle
The trick to flavorful tea is water temperature. Delicate and green teas don't need boiling water for the best flavor, whereas black teas and French press coffee require hotter temps. Thankfully, this Cuisinart electric kettle makes it easy to reach the perfect tea temperatures with six clearly labeled preset functions. Simply press the button that matches the beverage you're brewing and the water will be ready in a few minutes.
To Buy: $100 (usually $125); macys.comshop this cuisinart electric kettle
Proctor Silex Electric Kettle
This electric kettle automatically shuts off once water boils, making it safer than a stovetop kettle. Lift it off the base and bring it right to the breakfast table without fussing with the cord. The viewing windows on both sides of the kettle allow you to monitor the water level so you know when to heat another batch. The kettle holds 1.7 liters—plenty for the entire family to enjoy a morning cup of joe.
To Buy: $11 (usually $17); walmart.comshop this cordless electric kettle
Ovente Glass Electric Kettle
Between its automatic shut-off and blue indicator lights, this electric kettle has earned more than 5,000 rave reviews on Amazon. But those aren't the only reasons why it makes our list. This glass kettle boils water 85% faster than stovetop kettles, holds up to 1.5 liters, and won't take up much counter space. This Amazon customer even brings it along on trips, saying, "We have taken this kettle camping when we have electricity at our campground and no longer have to rely on having a campfire to heat water for tea, coffee or hot cocoa."
To Buy: $25 (usually $34); amazon.comshop this glass electric kettle
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