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Vesuv Glass Kettle 1.1L

$75.00
Shipping:
$30.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)

Product Overview

Vesuv Glass Water Kettle 1.1L

Otto Schott Jenaer Glass Germany 2004 / Re-edition Trendglas Jena Germany 2005

Heat-resistant Borosilicate Glass

[H 15.7cm x W 19.4cm with handle x D 15cm / Capacity 1.1L]

The real eye-catcher in your kitchen: the Vesuv water kettle. With its flat glass lid and large handle is suitable for comfortable use. The condensation on the lid gives a clear view of the water when it boils. This Glass Water Kettle combines clean simplicity with high heat retaining properties, making for a water boiling experience that is both efficient and gorgeous. Its uniqueness is that you can watch your water go from cold to boiling hot. This special clear glass water kettle can be used to boil water for tea and coffee as well. 

Making tea is a morning ritual that deserves to be performed to perfection. This beautiful glass kettle starts the day off right. Its material combines clean simplicity with highly heat retaining properties, making for a water boiling experience that is both efficient and gorgeous. Many people are surprised, but it is true: The Trendglas water kettle can be applied for all conventional stove types (gas, electric, glass-ceramic).

Note: Not suitable for induction stoves.

Microwave Safe  / Dishwasher Safe

Borosilicate glass is easy to clean and hygienic in use due to its pore-free surface. Trendglas teapots are manufactured from clear borosilicate glass which is free of smell and flavor, does not discolour and shows high chemical and mechanical resistance. Heat resistant up to 450°C/842°F and do not release any substances and are therefore suitable for allergy sufferers. 

Heat-resistant glass for domestic use was produced in Jena, Germany for the first time around 1920. By developing borosilicate glass, Otto Schott created a universal material which, after laboratories and the industry, quickly conquered households as well.
Since production was stopped in the Schott Jenaer Glas GmbH company in 2005, you may now find their original heat-resistant glass designs with the re-editions from the Trendglas Jena collection. Made in Germany.