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Dualit unveils new Classic Kettle with changeable element

Dualit has officially unveiled its latest range of kitchen companions, with the Dualit Classic Kettle boasting a changeable element.

Extending the lifespan of the device, the replaceable element means that years down the line when wear and tear inevitably take their toll, the kettle’s all-important 3KW heating mechanism can be easily and affordably changed, instead of the whole device being junked.

Lining up as a companion to the company’s longstanding Classic toaster, the new Classic Kettle benefits from a couple of other new features too.

Dualit’s Whisper Boil takes a bow, reducing boiling noise to such a degree that the Classic Kettle has been awarded the Noise Abatement Society’s international mark of approval – the Quiet Mark.

Also included on the kettle capable of boiling two cups of water in under 90 seconds is a 360-degree swivel base, while patented anti wobble feet ensure the device is stable at all times.

With a 1.7 litre capacity and non-drip spout, the stylishly curved, metal Classic kettle adds a dual window view to better allow you to measure out your water levels and an ergonomic silicon grip handle.

The Dualit Classic Kettle will launch this October, with the polished silver, copper and clay colour schemes to be exclusive to John Lewis for the rest of the year.

This boiling device isn’t cheap, Dualit has confirmed that the Classic Kettle will set wannabe owners back £129.99 at launch.

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