Induction kettle - Nordic kitchen - 1 liter
€ 99,95 OutOfStock
- Boil water rapidly by induction
- 100% drip-free
- Streamlined, cordless design
- Suitable for all heat sources
- Delivery from 5 EUR
- Free delivery from 89 EUR
|Cleaning||Cleaning • Allow the kettle to cool down before cleaning. • Use a damp cloth to clean the outside of the kettle. Use washing-up liquid sparingly. Do not use steel wool or abrasive cleaning agents. Do not use solvents such as alcohol, benzine or benzene. • Afterwards, always wipe the kettle with a dry, soft cloth or kitchen roll. . Descaling To prolong the life of the kettle, descale it regularly. The kettle should be emptied completely after use. This reduces the build-up of limescale. • Boil 0.5 litres of water in the kettle. • Important: Switch off the kettle and add 0.2 litres of household vinegar (4-5% acid). Do not boil the water and vinegar solution as it may boil over and cause scalding. Important it is clear vinegar. • Leave the solution in the kettle for a couple of hours. • Empty the kettle and rinse thoroughly with clean water. Fill the kettle with clean water and boil. • Empty the kettle and rinse again with clean water. • Repeat the procedure if the kettle still contains limescale. • Other descaling agents intended for descaling kettles may be used, but it is important to follow the instructions carefully. • Rinse the kettle thoroughly after descaling. • Do not use sharp implements when descaling/ cleaning the kettle.|
|Heat source||['Ceramic', 'Electric', 'Gas', 'Halogen', 'Induction']|
Thanks to the kettle’s steel and aluminium base, you can boil water for coffee, tea and meals in no time on your induction stove top. Simply pour water straight through the lid and heat the kettle on the stove top.
The kettle has an elegant oak handle for a comfortable, heatproof grip. Suitable for all heat sources. Wipe clean with a well-wrung, damp cloth and descale like an ordinary electric kettle through the spout on the lid.