XIAOMI MI Kettle (yes, kettle) - Gearbest - £41.61
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XIAOMI MI Kettle (yes, kettle) - Gearbest - £41.61

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Found 17th Oct 2016
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Who doesn't hate waiting for the kettle to boil? Who doesn't want a Bluetooth enabled kettle? This is what the world has been crying out for!

Get the water boiled without having to leave your chair, or use the 'constant temperature' option to ensure that the water is ready to pour as soon as you need it.

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lol still gonna have to get my fat ass up to put water in it!

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maddogb

lol still gonna have to get my fat ass up to put water in it!



I'm sure those ever-helpful guys at Xiaomi are working on a solution to this problem as we speak

lukec36

I'm sure those ever-helpful guys at Xiaomi are working on a solution to … I'm sure those ever-helpful guys at Xiaomi are working on a solution to this problem as we speak



Yea a remote controlled Bluetooth kettle ...

lukec36

I'm sure those ever-helpful guys at Xiaomi are working on a solution to … I'm sure those ever-helpful guys at Xiaomi are working on a solution to this problem as we speak



nah like most chinese brands they got bored and have moved on, from updates to this, to their next project
"A drone based baby dummy" removing the need for pesky "child careing labour"

putting the kettle on is the only exercise I get.

I'm normally a Xiaomi fan, but this is just tooooo much...

maddogb

lol still gonna have to get my fat ass up to put water in it!



​ and to actually pour the water out. silly idea this

Love this. Not buying it though!

Bluetooth range is terrible. So you're going to be able to control a kettle from 10 feet away. Might as well just use a normal one at that range.

There are wifi/phone control kettles on the market.

lukec36

I'm sure those ever-helpful guys at Xiaomi are working on a solution to … I'm sure those ever-helpful guys at Xiaomi are working on a solution to this problem as we speak



You are right yes they are. Ive heard they are developing a serum that when injected will give you an instant heart attack and thus cutting out the middle man

Gearbest will install free virus in this as well to make it special.

Not sure I'd want to drink a full jug of water that had been boiled/reboiled loads of times! (Isn't there some sort of health warning?). My mum boils a huge jug and just reheats it all day long - yuck.
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