The Uccello Kettle is a safe and elegant assistive technology, that makes handling boiling water safely seem effortless. It opens up a world of confidence and independence for anyone with limited strength, mobility, dexterity, and/or visibility.

Form & Function

Unlike other kettles and kettle-tippers, the circular shape of the Uccello Kettle, combined with its rotating cradle, move around the body of water to assist the flow of the pour so you don’t have to lift, balance or strain.

Handle Position

The positioning and shape of the ergonomically-designed Uccello handle means the weight is distributed across the entire arm and not on your fingers and wrists. Thus, making it easier to handle comfortably.

Easy-Open Lid

With many other kettles, you need to lift, pull, 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

You can detach the Uccello vessel from it base comfortably should you need or wish to. Both have non-slip feet for further stability.

Tapered Spout

From the first to the last drop of boiling water, the tapered design of the spout ensures water is targeted to the same spot every time. No splashing, inconsistency, or lack of control like you might experience with other kettles.

Stylish Design

The contrasting design of our black and white and red and white kettle helps individuals with dementia and low visibility differentiate the important parts of the kettle, including the easy touch lid button.


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