Elegant and Modern Siemens Kettle

As the weather is getting colder and colder the only thing you can think of is a hot drink which can make feel warm and comfortable. These days were so cold and I remember the times when I used to teach in some schools at the country side during winter. It was very cold outside and sometimes it was cold inside too. The only thing that could get me warmed up was the cup of coffee that it was expecting me at the break in the teachers’ room. Even now, although the conditions of work are different and better a nice cup of coffee always comes like a blessing.

Elegant and Modern Siemens Kettle

If you want one of the best appliances for a hot drink you may choose Siemens Kettle. It is made of the highest quality materials and offers you the best services. It has an elegant design as the stainless steel carafe is surrounded by an insulating layer in black or red color. On its upper side you may find the control elements which are ergonomically arranged and makes you use it easier.

Elegant and Modern Siemens Kettle

It has many features like the sensor controlled temperature setting, a Keep Warm function, 4 temperature levels at 70°C, 80°C, 90°C and 100°C, dual sided water level indicator, automatic shut-off.For almost € 75 Siemens electric Kettle can be yours!

Published by in Appliances, on November 2nd, 2011


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