Estelle Sauvage's Kettle is a Delightfully Simple Way to Heat Water

By: Michael Hines - Published: Sep 3, 2010 • References: dezeen
Estelle Sauvage has designed one of the most ingenious kettles you may ever see. This kettle uses a light bulb to heat up water, making it ultra unique.

The water in the kettle is protected from the bulb, so you won't have to worry about accidentally electrocuting yourself in the name of hot tea. Estelle Sauvage's kettle can heat water to 90 degrees Celsius, an ideal temperature for tea. Check out the featured gallery to see this incandescent kettle in action. Stats for Light Bulb Tea Pots Trending: Older & Chilly
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