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Ovente Glass Electric Kettle with Flashing Blue Lights - a Fun Present

Updated on May 9, 2016
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This is a Photograph of My Own Glass Kettle with Flashing Blue Lights - isn't it fantastic?

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Above is the Russell Hobbs Illuminating Glass Kettle which I have

The kettle with blue flashing lights which I have is English, and although Amazon.com is displaying that model (Russell Hobbs 15082-10), it is very expensive because it is being imported from the UK.

After a search, I would say that the Ovente KG83B Glass Electric Kettle shown below is the nearest equivalent in the USA, and, as well as being much cheaper, it has many 5-Star reviews from verified purchasers ("verified purchasers" means that they are genuine purchasers on Amazon, and not just friends of the manufacturers!).

Ovente KG83 Series 1.5L Glass Electric Kettle

Ovente KG83 Series 1.5L Glass Electric Kettle, Black
Ovente KG83 Series 1.5L Glass Electric Kettle, Black

The Ovente KG83 Series 1.5L Glass Electric Kettle has a capacity of 1.5 liters - about 6 cups - and comes to the boil rapidly as it has 1100-watts of power. It is called a cordless kettle because, although the base naturally has to be plugged in, the actual kettle lifts off the base, so isn't connected to the electricity whilst being filled or pouring.

Because it has a swivel base, the kettle can be used either right-handed or left-handed. The water heating element is concealed, so no mineral deposits build up; the lid flips back so that it is easy to fill and also to clean, and there is a removable filter on the spout, to prevent loose pieces of limescale dropping into your hot drink. The glass is stain-resistant.

For ultimate safety, the kettle shuts off automatically when it has boiled, and there is protection from the kettle boiling dry, as well as a lid which locks shut, and an indicator light when the power is switched on.

The kettle comes with a 1-year limited guarantee

 

The illuminating Ovente KG83 Series 1.5L Glass Electric Kettle will give you pleasure every time you use it

It comes in black, white, green, yellow and red.

My glass kettle is very similar to this. It emits a flashing blue light when it starts to heat up, and I absolutely love it. Maybe I'm just a child at heart, but little things like beautiful translucent colors and flashing lights give me great pleasure - there must be other people like me, or it wouldn't be so popular.

Here's a YouTube video to show you the blue lights flashing as the kettle boils You'll fall in love with it, I assure you!

What do You Think of Flashing Lights on a Kettle?

Do You Like Gadgets With All the Bells and Whistles, or do You Prefer Something Plainer?

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      Diana Grant 3 years ago from United Kingdom

      @Ibidii: Yes, I do like novelties, I must confess

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      Diana Grant 3 years ago from United Kingdom

      @Brite-Ideas: I didn't know either until recently when I went to buy a new kettle - it was a bit of an experiment buying one with flashing lights, but very successful

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      Diana Grant 3 years ago from United Kingdom

      @Lorelei Cohen: I leave the gas on and nearly burn things quite often, and fortunately I have a hawk-eyed partner who checks the stove and switches things off

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      Diana Grant 3 years ago from United Kingdom

      @burntchestnut: It never occurred to me that there are right and left-handed kettles!

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      burntchestnut 3 years ago

      My sister has a glass electric kettle, although it doesn't light up. I'm impressed that the one you feature can be used by both right and left handed people.

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      Lorelei Cohen 3 years ago from Canada

      I love any appliance that reminds me that it is still on. I get so busy doing other things that I am an absolute disaster in the kitchen. I once melted (yes I said melted) a copper kettle on my kitchen stove.

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      Barbara Tremblay Cipak 3 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      I love this! honestly without reading your review I would never had known this existed! I want one :)

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      Ibidii 3 years ago

      Very nice lens, very different product!