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    Smeg Retro Cordless Kettle 1.7 Litre White KLF03WHSA

    R 3,499.00 R 2,799.00

    Smeg Retro Cordless Kettle 1.7 Litre Slate Grey KLF03GRSA

    R 3,499.00 R 2,799.00

    Defy Stainless Steel Kettle 1.7 Litre WK828S

    R 749.00 R 399.00

    Philips Kettle & Toaster Pack Daily Viva Collection

    R 1,749.00 R 1,199.00

    Salton Rainbow - 1.7 Litre Cordless Glass Kettle SCKG80E

    R 459.00 R 249.00

    Bosch Kettle Design Line 1.7 L Graphite TWK5P475

    R 1,599.00 R 1,099.00

    Russell Hobbs 1.7 L Stainless Steel Kettle RHCK08

    R 749.00

    Smeg Retro Cordless Kettle 1.7 Litre Black KLF03BLSA

    R 3,499.00 R 2,799.00

    Typhoon Otto Whistling Kettle Navy 1.77L TY1401174

    R 899.00

    Smeg Retro Cordless Kettle 1.7 Litre Pastel Blue KLF03PBSA

    R 3,499.00

    Midea Deluxe Stainless Steel Kettle 1.7 Litre MK-17S30B2

    R 499.00 R 269.00

    Delonghi Avvolta Class Kettle White KBAC3001.W

    R 2,199.00 R 1,799.00

    Typhoon Otto Whistling Kettle Black 1.77L TY1401173

    R 899.00

    Typhoon Otto Whistling Kettle Cream 1.77L TY1400163

    R 899.00

    Smeg Whistling Kettle, 2.3 Litre White CKLW2001WH

    R 2,499.00 R 2,199.00

    Russell Hobbs Black Royal Pack RHPRP-0B

    R 1,299.00 R 1,199.00

    Beko 3000W Bullet Kettle 1.7 L White Rose Gold WKM8306W

    R 949.00

    Delonghi Argento Kettle Red KBX2016-R1

    R 1,399.00

    Salton 1.7Ltr Cordless Kettle Black SCK35B

    R 229.00

    Smeg Retro Cordless Kettle 1.7 Litre Matte Black KLF03BLMSA

    R 4,099.00 R 3,999.00

    Salton SECK43 1.7 Litre Stainless Steel Kettle

    R 419.00

    Smeg Retro Cordless Kettle 1.7 Litre Pastel Green KLF03PGSA

    R 3,499.00

    Kenwood Vintage Cordless Electric Kettle 1.7 Litre ZJM35.000GR

    R 1,099.00

    Russell Hobbs Matt Black Kettle RHCK08

    R 799.00

    Bosch Kettle Design Line 1.7 L Stainless Steel TWK3P420

    R 999.00 R 769.00

    Morphy Richards 43829 Pyramid Accents Cordless Kettle - Cyan

    R 1,299.00

    Mellerware Kettle Cordless Stainless Steel Brushed 0.8L 1300W Siena 22005D

    R 599.00

    Zwilling Enfinigy Cool Touch Black Kettle 1.5L ZW-53005-001-0

    R 1,999.00

    Delonghi Scultura Scolpito Selections Kettles 1.5 Litre Clay Beige KBZS3001.BG

    R 2,699.00

    Typhoon Otto Whistling Kettle Grey 1.77L TY1400161

    R 899.00

    Krups 1.7 Litre Control Line Electric Kettle BW442D

    R 1,099.00

    Smeg Whistling Kettle, 2.3 Litre Silver CKLW2001SS

    R 2,499.00 R 2,199.00

    Smeg Whistling Kettle, 2.3 Litre Cream CKLW2001CR

    R 2,499.00 R 2,199.00

    Sunbeam 4.3 Litre Stainless Steel Cordless Kettle SSCK-430A

    R 649.00

    Delonghi Scultura Scolpito Selections Kettles 1.5 Litre Limestone White KBZS3001.W

    R 2,699.00

    Delonghi Scultura Scolpito Selections Kettles 1.5 Litre Black KBZS3001.BK

    R 2,699.00

    Russell Hobbs 1.7 Litre Swirl Cream Cordless Kettle RHSWIRLK

    R 659.00

    Bennett Read Allure Kettle & Toaster Set KBP106

    R 1,399.95

    Salton Glass Kettle 1.7 Litre SKACT2G-0

    R 499.00 R 279.00

    Sunbeam Ultimum 1.7 litre Rose Gold Glass Cordless Kettle SUGK-102R

    R 549.00

    Smeg Retro Cordless Kettle 1.7 Litre Pink KLF03PKSA

    R 3,499.00

    Smeg Temperature Kettle Mint 1.7 Litre KLF04PGSA

    R 4,599.00 R 4,299.00

    Russell Hobbs Everyday Kettle & Toaster Set RHSSP30

    R 1,299.00

    Philips 1.7 L Cordless Kettle Stainless Steel HD9350/90

    R 779.00 R 649.00

    Quality Kettles for Sale Online

    Shop our range of kettles for sale at MHC World. Buy online and receive free delivery over R3500 & within a 30km radius from our store.

    Apart from our kettles for sale, we also offer coffee makers and grinders, electric irons and electric grillers.

    What Is a Kettle

    A kettle is a device that is used to boil water for various purposes, such as making tea, coffee, soup, or instant noodles.

    A kettle can be electric or stovetop, depending on how it is heated. An electric kettle has a heating element inside that is connected to a power source, while a stovetop kettle is placed on a stove or a fire and heated by the flame or the hot surface.


    How Does a Kettle Work

    A kettle works by converting electrical or thermal energy into heat energy that is transferred to the water inside the kettle.

    The heat energy causes the water molecules to move faster and collide with each other, creating pressure and steam.

    When the water reaches its boiling point, which is 100°C at sea level, it starts to bubble and produce a whistling sound in some kettles.


    The Development of Kettles Through the Ages

    The history of kettles can be traced back to ancient times, when people used pots or cauldrons to boil water over open fires.

    The first kettles that resembled the modern ones were made of metal and had spouts and handles. They were invented in China around the 10th century AD and spread to Europe and other parts of the world through trade and exploration.

    The first electric kettles were introduced in the late 19th century and became popular in the 20th century, especially after the invention of automatic shut-off mechanisms that prevented overheating and fire hazards.

    Today, kettles are widely used in homes, offices, hotels, and restaurants, and come in various shapes, sizes, colours, and features.


    Benefits of Using Modern Kettles to Boil Water

    Kettles are convenient and efficient appliances for boiling water because:

    ·        They are faster than boiling water on a stove or a microwave, as they have higher wattage and direct contact with the water. This can save time and energy, especially when boiling large amounts of water.

    ·        They are safer than boiling water on a stove or a microwave, as they have automatic shut-off features that prevent boiling dry, spilling, or scalding. They also have insulated handles and cords that reduce the risk of burns or electric shocks.

    ·        They are easier to use than boiling water on a stove or a microwave, as they have simple controls and indicators that show the water level and temperature. They also have detachable bases or cordless designs that allow for easy filling and pouring.


    Disadvantages of Kettles

    Kettles also have some disadvantages that may limit their usefulness or appeal:

    • Kettles can take up a lot of space on the countertop or in the cupboard, especially if they have large capacities or shapes.
    • They are costly. Kettles can be expensive to buy and maintain, especially if they have advanced features or high-quality materials.
    • Some kettles have low energy consumption or eco-friendly modes that can save money, but they may not be as fast or effective.
    • People who are eco-conscious or budget-conscious should purchase a kettle that can reduce their environmental impact or financial expenses in boiling water.
    • People who care about their budget should buy a kettle that has a durable or easy-to-clean material that can last longer or require less maintenance.


    Different Types/Styles of Kettles

    There are many different types/styles of kettles for sale in the market today, each with its own advantages and disadvantages:

    • Electric kettles that have heating elements inside their bases or bodies that are connected to power cords or sockets.
    • Stovetop kettles have metal bodies that are placed on hot surfaces or flames. Stovetop kettles are simple, cheap, durable, and nostalgic, but they are also slow, dangerous, difficult to use, and limited.
    • Novelty kettles are kettles that have unusual or unique designs, shapes, colours, or features that make them stand out or attractive. They have aesthetic, artistic, humorous, or personal values that appeal to different tastes or interests.


    How to Clean and Care for Your Kettle

    To keep your kettle in good condition and performance, you should clean and care for it regularly and properly:

    • You should rinse your kettle with clean water after each use to remove any residue or dirt that may have accumulated inside or outside the kettle.
    • You should descale your kettle every few months to remove any limescale or mineral deposits that may have built up inside the kettle due to hard water. You can use a commercial descaler product or a natural solution of vinegar or lemon juice and water to descale your kettle.
    • You should store your kettle properly when not in use to protect it from dust, moisture, insects, or rodents. You should unplug your electric kettle from the power source and wrap the cord neatly around the base or body of the kettle. You should also empty your stovetop kettle from any water and place it on a cool surface or in a cupboard.

    How to Choose a Kettle

    Choosing a kettle can be a challenging task, as there are many options available in the market today. To choose a kettle that suits your needs and preferences, you should consider these factors:

    ·        The capacity of a kettle refers to how much water it can hold or boil at a time. The capacity of a kettle can range from 0.5 litres to 2 litres or more, depending on the size and shape of the kettle. The capacity of a kettle can affect how fast it boils, how much energy it consumes, and how many cups of tea or coffee it can make.

    ·        The power of a kettle refers to how much electricity it uses or how much heat it produces to boil water. The power of a kettle is measured in watts (W) or kilowatts (kW) and can range from 500 W to 3000 W or more, depending on the type and model of the kettle.

    ·        The design of a kettle refers to how it looks or feels to use. The design of a kettle can affect its performance, durability, safety, convenience, and appearance.

    ·       The price of a kettles for sale  can vary from R200 to R3000 or more, depending on the type, model, brand, quality, or feature of the kettle. The price of a kettle can affect its value, affordability, and satisfaction. You should buy an affordable kettle that fits your budget and expectations.


    Best Brands of Kettle available on MHC

    Smeg, Russell Hobbs, Defy, Kenwood, Delonghi, Salton, Bosch, Morphy Richards, Mellerware, Sunbeam, and other reputable brands are available from MHC World.

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