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Form & Functionality
Unlike other kettles and kettle-tippers, the circular shape of the Uccello Kettle, combined with its rotating cradle, moves around the body of water to assist the flow of the pour, so you don’t have to lift, strain, balance or aim.
Perfectly Positioned Handle
The positioning and shape of the ergonomically designed Uccello handle means weight is distributed across the entire arm, not on fingers & wrists, which makes it easier to handle comfortably.
While most kettles require that you awkwardly lift and hold open the spout while refilling, the Uccello’s one-touch-to-open hinged lid, requires the lightest of touches to tap open or close.
Safe & Sturdy Base
Uccello’s detachable water body vessel sits comfortably within a sturdy base that has the added safety of non-slip feet for further stability of pour.
Elegant Yet Practical Design
The black and white contrast design of the Kettle colours helps individuals with low visibility differentiate the important parts of the Kettle, including the easy-touch lid button. This elegant feature is also a safety feature.
From first to last drop of boiling water, the tapered design of the spout ensures water is targeted to the same spot every time, without the splashing, inconsistency or lack of control experienced with ordinary kettle pours.
Uccello kettle, it looks modern, it is effortless to use and will without doubt make using a kettle easier and safer. Whether it’s for you or an elderly relative, Uccello kettle is the perfect and safe way to make a cuppa and we all need a cuppa! The Uccello kettle has been designed so well, it is balanced perfectly and so pouring is almost effortless and if released the kettle returns to an upright position. So if you need a tipping kettle, well this really is the one.
The tilting feature of this kettle is ingenious! I have arthritis which means sometimes I don’t have the strength to lift a heavy kettle. Being able to tilt the kettle makes it so easy!
If you are disabled or elderly, the usual look of a product is not of the utmost importance, it is whether or not it is going to fulfil the use it was designed for. In my opinion, the Uccello kettle is the best kettle I have come across for the disabled or elderly.