|Price incl. VAT||£22.37|
|Price excl. VAT||£18.64|
|Possibility to return products within two months||
Sencor SWK 7001 is an unusual kettle because it is made of handmade, traditional China. Thanks to the material used it pleases not only the eye but also ears, because even when the boiling point is achieved, the kettle is extremely quiet. Another strong point is the 360° central base with the Jiatai connector.
Volume of the kettle is 700 ml and the heating spiral made of stainless steel is obviously hidden inside, so it is spared of scale. The storage of a power cable directly in the base or securing of the lid from falling out when pouring are very practical things. Furthermore, protection against overheating and an automatic shut-off after reaching the boiling point or when removing the kettle from the base are convenient security measures.
Parameters and specifications:
Extremely quiet (thick layer of porcelain)
Storing power cable in the base
Securing the lid from falling out when pouring into cups
Heating bottom made of stainless steel with concealed heating coil
Triple safety protection:
Protection against overheating when turned on without water
Automatic shut-off when removed from the base
Automatic shut-off after reaching the boiling point
The central 360° base with Jiatai connector
On / off switch with blue backlight
Suitable for hearing-impaired customers (traffic light display)
Sencor was founded in 1969 in Japan. The name "Sencor" means "a thousand hearts" in Japanese. The company currently distributes its products in more than 25 countries, with extremely diverse offerings in consumer electronics, tablets and phones, office equipment, electronics, cars, and products for the home and kitchen. Sencor is known for dependable quality and attractive design at a reasonable price.
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