Pack-Away Kettle


Space saving kettle for travel or use at home. In the expanded form, it holds 1.1 litres (4.5 cups) of liquid. When packed away in its folded form, it measures less than 2.5 inches thick. Well-assembled and sturdy body. Product Features:
  • Works on electric, gas, and induction stove tops
  • Safety latch on handle ensures lid is closed when pouring
  • Heat resistant up to 400°F (200°C), well above boiling temperature
  • Materials: silicone body and stainless steel base
  • Dishwasher safe
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Weight 1 lbs

3 reviews for Pack-Away Kettle

  1. ippinka

    “A really useful stovetop kettle for home and travel. the stainless steel base conducts heat well, and although at first I was concerned about the small size in relation to its height, I was quickly proved wrong. I put this kettle to the test against my old stainless camping kettle, and this was boiling ages before the other – both of them on top of the same wood burning stove, with equal quantities of water.

    It pours nicely, if a little slowly – its a thin stream, so can be poured accurately. a tiny hole in the lid lets air in so it doesn’t “glug” as you pour but has a nice, laminar flow.

    It works on my induction hob too, so I can put it on and have hot water incredibly quickly. Folds flat when not in use so I don’t have it sitting on my stove top all the time, and its a really handy size for camping.

    A word of caution – as with any kettle, do not overfill or water will spurt out of the spout when it boils. Common sense really, but it bears repeating. For this kettle i fill only to the top crease and it never boils over for me.” – Bromiley S., Sep 12, 2012

  2. ippinka

    “Great piece of kit, folds down well for carriage . Lightweight yet sturdy, good pourer. I am a biker where space is at a premium but this kit fits the bill.” – Billy P., May 27, 2014

  3. ippinka

    “This kettle heats enough water for 4 mugs of tea or coffee very quickly, much quicker than our old, metal stove top kettle. It is safe to use, if you apply common sense. Great to store (without rattles) during travel in our camper van. What I miss is a whistle to let me know when it is on the boil.” – Edwards J., Nov 14, 2012

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