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Save water, save time and save energy with the ECO Kettle.

Measuring the required amount of water to be boiled in your kettle has always been a difficult job. It's estimated that, on average, we boil twice the volume of water needed every time. Which means twice as much energy, twice as much time, and with a 3kW kettle this equates to wasting the energy of around 50 light bulbs.

The ECO Kettle has been invented to specifically meet the challenge of reducing the amount of energy wasted by overfilling your kettle.

With the ECO Kettle, you can fill the kettle to the brim and simply press the valve button in the lid to release a specific amount of water (1 to 8 cups worth) into the boiling chamber. This easy, simple method of accurately ensuring that you boil only the water that you need.

Using the ECO Kettle will save electricity, it will save water, it will save you time and it will save you money.

In independent consumer trials, directed by the Energy Saving Trust, the ECO kettle used over 30% less energy than standard kettles.
Eco Kettle
Energy Saving Trust Recommended

The ECO kettle has been awarded the prestigious 'Recommended' mark by the Energy Saving Trust. This is first award to be given in the Energy Saving Trust's newly established Kettle category, and endorses the massive 31% average energy savings achieved by the ECO Kettle in independent trials.

Based upon average usage figures, it is estimated that ECO Kettles sold over the past 2 years have already reduced CO2 emmissions in the UK by a staggering 500 tonnes!




Product Description

Save energy and money with Eco Kettle - the best selling eco gadget in the UK, at the lowest available price from Ethicalsuperstore.com. Until now, accurately measuring the amount of water to be boiled in your kettle has been all but impossible. The result? It is estimated that, on average, we boil twice the volume of water needed every time. Which means twice as much energy, twice as much time. With a 3kW kettle thats the same as wasting the energy of around 50 light bulbs!

The Eco Kettle is different: its internal reservoir holds a full capacity of water ready for use, while the measuring button allows any quantity from a single cupful to full capacity to be released into the separate chamber for boiling.

The result? Exactly the right amount of water every time you boil and no more waste.

The Eco Kettle has been approved by the Good Housekeeping Institute and is recommended by Powergen as a pioneering product in the battle to save energy in the nation's homes. During independent consumer trials directed by the Energy Saving Trust, the Eco Kettle used over 30% less energy than standard kettles.

Eco Kettle features include:

* 3kW stainless steel concealed heating element
* Steam control and boil-dry protection
* Cordless; 360 degree base with cord storage
* Locking lid with illuminated on-off switch
* Washable limescale filter
* 230 volts AC
* 1.5 litre capacity
* 12 months warranty

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As seen on NewsNight, Tonight With Trevor McDonald and featured in October's Organic Life Magazine, ' reduce your impact on the planet with an eco-kettle'.
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#1
great looking product.
Gonna check it out.
HOT:thumbsup:
#2
£29.99 at the Ethical Superstore, cheaper at some other less reputable places too.. http://www.ethicalsuperstore.com/products/product-creation/eco-kettle/?gclid=CMKlqZnp8ZUCFRKS1QodxSFUfQ
Also comes with a free cookie :D
+ £3.95 delivery or order something else to make up to £40 and get it delivered free.

Kettle is good, I have one myself!
#3
[url]www.greenorb.co.uk/[/url]

£32.70 inc delivery here

simple google search, Amazon isn't always the cheapest
#4
https://www.eonshop.co.uk/ShowProducts.aspx?Category=5

£30 here, not sure whether p+p is free. It was when I got one.
#5
edited ... sorry scribbles - didnt mean to double post!!

original....
eon - £30 free delivery - also if on certain benefits claim energy saving free bulbs - might also get discount on kettle

this was £15 few months ago with leaflet sent with bill - i ordered - wasnt impressed myself

https://www.eonshop.co.uk/ProductDetails.aspx?ProductCode=EKETTLEPACK&Category=5
#6
Overkill for morons who can't measure
All you need to do is fill the cup with water, then pour it into the kettle.
#7
Ive got one of these, I got it free off my leccy company. I dont know why they sent it as I didnt ask but there you go :-D

Its ok however the design makes it a bit dangerous sometimes, because of the center reservour that holds the water in. When pouring water out that has just boiled (if its still bubbling inside and you dont wait for it to completely calm down, if that makes sense) when you bring the kettle back to its upright position, it shoots water out rather violently and it goes everywhere. Other kettles might do a little spray in the same situation, but this kettle really does spray it everywhere.

Would I pay £40 for it? mmmm not sure.
#8
The problem I have with this kettle is that the water tends to pith all over the place when you pour the water. Be sure to 'overpour' in order to avoid a wet worksurface :)
I paid £25 when it was Powergen
#9
alanrowell
Overkill for morons who can't measure
All you need to do is fill the cup with water, then pour it into the kettle.


Exactly what I was going to say.

I think the water tasts funny out of these things too.

How much water would you not need to boil in order to save yourself the amount of money in order to buy the thing in the first place?
#10
garbage456
thats not the idea...
you can fill it up and if you live by yourself you can just let down enough fluid for one cup at a time.


So it's for people who want to save water but too lazy to put the water in the cup first?

Also I wouldn't want to drink water that had been standing around for ages, rather have something fresh out of the tap.
#11
garbage456
only about 25% more in price than a standard kettle


Looks about 800% of the price I would pay for a kettle.
#12
garbage456
when you find a kettle for about £2 with free delivery make sure you put it on here then,
:whistling:


800% of £5 is £40. You can pick them up in Tesco or a fiver whilst doing your weekly shop can you not???
#13
garbage456
no because my shopping is delivered. nice try


Ok, you'd probably still get change from a fiver in including petrol though.

Either way, it's an 1/8 of the price.
#14
This is an OK thing, faffy and unnecessary imo. We have one... somewhere. We were put off by the incredible smell of plastic when it was new. Most 'eco' people also do the whole no-chemical lark so having a load of plastic residue in the water... hmmm, suspect.
#15
Benjimoron
So it's for people who want to save water but too lazy to put the water in the cup first?

Also I wouldn't want to drink water that had been standing around for ages, rather have something fresh out of the tap.


Huh? You're going to boil the water anyway and it would have come from the tap to begin with, so what's the difference?

This is more about saving POWER than actual money. Believe it or not, the energy doesn't arrive at your front door by pixies. It's generated in various ways, most of which is harmful to the environment.
#16
Most would be shocked at how much power a domestic kettle uses. 3kw, boiled for half the time is a massive saving over the year. I agree that you could always just put one cup in a normal kettle, but these kettles are specifically designed to boil small amounts of water. A normal kettle, boiling one cup of water a time, will have a burned out element in no time at all.
#17
Xb0xGuru
Huh? You're going to boil the water anyway and it would have come from the tap to begin with, so what's the difference?

This is more about saving POWER than actual money. Believe it or not, the energy doesn't arrive at your front door by pixies. It's generated in various ways, most of which is harmful to the environment.


Personally don't like drinking water that's been sat in a kettle for ages. Probably just a psychological thing.

You won't save any energy compared to just putting the right amount of water in the kettle in the first place!!!
#18
Scribbles
A normal kettle, boiling one cup of water a time, will have a burned out element in no time at all.


I do with mine and it's been going over 4 years so far. This one would have to be going over 20 years in order to save any money.

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