August 4, 2008

Boiling Point - Kettle of the Future

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Electric kettles are actually very efficent at heating water, but most kettles are overfilled which wastes a huge amount of energy each year. So in these greener times, we're really excited about this new electric kettle concept. The Boiling Point kettle uses 30% less power, has more flavor in each cup of tea due to no re-boiling of the water which would reduce oxygen levels, and is much smaller than other kettles. We've got a full set of details and video after the jump.

  1. More Efficient - By boiling the water in the cup, BoilingPoint™ ensures that exactly the right amount of water is boiled; thereby saving energy and water. DEFRA say that if everyone boiled only the water they needed each time, there would be a 30% reduction in energy consumption.
  2. Safer - There is no lifting and pouring. This makes BoilingPoint™ safer by reducing the risk of scalding
  3. More Flavour - Reboiling reduces the oxygen content of water. By only boiling the water as it is used, BoilingPoint™ ensures there is no reduction in oxygen content of the water. This allows the full flavour to be drawn from the tea-leaves.
  4. Smaller - More and more people are living alone in smaller appartments. BoilingPoint™ has a footprint not much bigger than a cup. This frees up valuable counter space.
  5. Design - The design of BoilingPoint™ is innovative and eye-catching. BoilingPoint™ replaces a boring kettle with a stylish alternative.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at August 4, 2008 6:27 AM
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i gave up on electric kettles for traditional stove-top ones recently but this kind of thing could win me back


Posted by: Zvi Finklestein at August 5, 2008 2:49 AM

At first I thought that the Boiling Point company was very confused about tea, but I see that you've simply made a slight misinterpretation. Tea tastes better with more oxygen.
Of course, this isn't a big concern, as most tea aficionados (such as myself), already measure and boil just what they need, and even if they leave some in the pot, never reboil it (at least not for tea).


Posted by: Jack Wood at August 4, 2008 6:58 PM
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