Just in time for green tea season, when close water temperature control is important, we're pleased to offer a great new programmable digital electric kettle. Manufactured for us in China and UL-listed, with a capacity of approximately 1 liter, the 600-watt kettle allows you to set a desired temperature. The kettle heats water to the setpoint and maintains the temperature. Cordless with a corded base, it's available in either black or a dark teal-green. A terrific addition to any tea table, you'll wonder how you ever made tea without this handy accessory!
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