Our Favorite Electric Kettle at Every Price Point
Whether you're making a cup of tea or boiling water for a recipe, an electric kettle will get the job done fast.
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The Cuisinart Electric Kettle ($70) is one of the best all-around models you can buy. Some of its highlights include fast boiling thanks to 1500 watts of power, as well as a convenient cordless base. It would make an unbeatable gift for the tea-lover in your life!
Even if you’re not a regular tea drinker, it’s still handy to have a kettle around, and the KitchenSmith by Bella version ($15) is a great budget option. It can heat up to 7 cups of water at a time, and it automatically shuts off when it reaches a boil.
This sleek, modern electric teapot from Fellow ($150) is on the pricey side, but it’s worth it! It includes variable temperature control from 135° to 212°, as well as a precision pour spout that’s ideal for filling your French press.
Want to see what’s going on inside your kettle? Then you’ll love this glass model from Hamilton Beach ($35), which boasts a 360-degree rotating cordless base. The sleek glass kettle also has a stay-cool handle, push-button lid and easy-pour spout.
Don’t be fooled by this teapot’s retro design—the Russell Hobbs model ($80) has all the modern features you need! The water temperature gauge helps you achieve the perfect temperature, and it even has a washable filter that will keep lime scale out of your drink.
Gooseneck tea kettles have long, thin spouts—reminiscent of the birds they’re named after—and this Bonavita version ($100) is one of our favorites. The spout allows for precise pouring, and you can set the temperature anywhere between 140° and 212°.
This kettle from Bella ($40) comes in a number of pretty patterns, and its ceramic body won’t leave any plastic or metallic taste in your water—because no one wants that ruining their drink! Expand your horizons with these delicious tea recipes you haven’t tried yet.