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The Binatone CelsiuS Kettle Indicates Temperature with a Color-Coded Glow

 - Jul 10, 2012
References: coroflot & yankodesign
You need not rely solely on the sound of steaming H2O to guess the progress of your boiling water, as the Binatone CelsiuS Kettle spells it out in bold hues. The elegant transparent vessel sits upon a striking hi-tech base that emits a spectrum of colors from blue to red to communicate the temperature of the liquid within.

The graceful flaring jug is heated through a more contemporary process of induction, avoiding the integration of hot coils and resulting in a cleaner means of heating your water. One of three buttons on the side of the circular stand allows you to choose between 80 degrees, 90 and 100 degrees, while another button on the ergonomic handle is the command for keeping the fluid warm. Craig Thurston's Binatone CelsiuS Kettle involves a more interactive relationship with the appliance and keeps the user better informed on the state of its contents.