If your kettle is 200w or less all that will happen is you'll be stood round for ages waiting for it to boil.
I have a laptop and was thinking of buying a car travel inverter. What happens if you try and charge a laptop with an inverter?
To run a laptop, it would be more efficient to use a 12v powered laptop PSU. This one claims to work with lenovo, HP and dell (90W, 15-20V) for £11 http://cpc.farnell.com/magnese/ma-102910/dc-car-smart-charger-90w-15-20v/dp/PW04055
Kettle would make it go bang. Meant for low power equipment not high wattage heating elements
What would happen if I plug a kettle into one of these?