The 3 Fastest Electric Kettles

Not only are electric kettles simple to use, but they take up less counter top space than a microwave and they can also heat up water faster than some stove tops. However, not every electric kettle is a speed demon. According to Consumer Reports, it can take roughly 4.5 minutes to heat up water in a typical electric kettle. However, some of the fastest electric kettles on the market can beat this average time by several minutes, letting you a enjoy a cup of tea or a bowl of oatmeal or noodles almost instantly.

 

Isle of Man based Strix Group (LON:KETL), is a global leader in the design, manufacture and supply of kettle safety controls and other components and devices involving water heating and temperature control, steam management and water filtration.

Strix’s core product range comprises a variety of safety controls for small domestic appliances, primarily kettles. Kettle safety controls require precision engineering and intricate knowledge of material properties in order to repeatedly function correctly. Strix has built up market leading capability and know-how in this field since being founded in 1982.

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