Fancy a cuppa?

Feeling thirsty, you fill the kettle with water and flip the switch. Once it boils you pour the water into a mug, cup or teapot and then never have a second thought about the amazing device that created the boiling water. That is until the next time you fancy a brew.

This list of amazing kettles that hopes to change that. Have we missed any kettles from our list? Are there any on the list which you feel shouldn’t be? Let us know by upvoting, downvoting and commenting. Let us know, we really do love to hear your views.

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#1 9093 Kettle by Alessi

This iconic kettle with the bird that sings when the water has boiled was a great success when it was introduced in 1985, and for Alessi it represented a meeting of great design and mass production methods, a combination that Michael Graves worked hard to achieve, applying his personal visual code which fused influences from Art Deco to Pop Art and even the language of cartoons. A true must-have in every kitchen.

#2 Clyde Stovetop Tea Kettle

Meet Clyde, a sleek update to a stovetop staple. High-grade stainless steel for the best build quality, a large 1.7 liter boiling capacity, and a two-tone harmonic whistle for a unique alert.

This ain't your grandma's tea kettle.

#3 Polka Dot Cordless Electric Kettle

Contemporary designs that capture the nostalgia of heart and home; the Polka Dot kettle is a marriage of one of Emma's loved signature designs and Russell Hobbs' technology
Designed exclusively by Emma Bridgewater: Featuring one of Emma Bridgewater iconic and best loved designs; the Polka Dot design has been created to look hand drawn for a homely appeal.
A wealth of modern features: it’s faster boiling technology means you can enjoy a single cup (235 ml) in just 45 seconds (vs 1 Litre) and its perfect pour spout means less drips and spills from kettle to cup.

#4 Miyoshi Collapsible Travel Kettle

Hotels in Japan are famous for providing all kinds of small things that make your life easier when you are away from home. Among these things there's always a kettle for preparing a hot cup of ryokucha (green tea), the best pick-me-up after a tiring day around Tokyo. The Japanese can't do without it even when they are abroad and this is where the Miyoshi Collapsible Travel Kettle comes in. Without taking much space in your suitcase, it helps you get your hot water even when staying at a cheap hostel!

#5 9091 Kettle by Alessi

The 9091 was Alessi's first designer kettle, ushering in a long and successful tradition. The central element in the design is the brass whistle which, when the steam exits, produces a short and pleasant melody. Richard Sapper wanted to avoid the usual anxiety-generating noise produced by other kettles then on the market, and by following this exquisitely poetic philosophy he produced what is probably the first multisensory object for the kitchen.

#6 Vera Kettle Carbon Fiber by Casa Bugatti

Vera, covered by carbon fibre, is Casa Bugatti's intelligent and elegant cone shaped kettle with a sophisticated water temperature regulation system and a timer that informs you when to have a break.

#7 Blue Illuminating Glass Electric Kettle with Temperature Control

Yoleo electric tea kettle is designed with 6 temperatures(70℃, 80℃, 85℃, 90℃, 95℃, 100℃), it's perfect for the tea lovers to make favorite tea making for better taster and mothers to make milk for your kids. With 30 minutes keep warm function saving your time waiting around for the water to boil while you are busy doing other things.

#8 Drew&Cole RediKettle, Variable Temperature Kettle

Heat lock technology: heat lock vacuum technology keeps your water drink-ready for Up to four hours, saving you time, energy and money.
Temperature top-up: choose your reheat temperature and the water will be drink ready again in seconds, not minutes
Cool touch: red kettle is completely cool to the touch, even when the water inside is boiling hot.
Cup count: the patent-pending base’s unique cup count display means you always know exactly how many drinks you have left in your red kettle.

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