Meet the World’s First Wi-Fi Kettle: the iKettle

Wi-Fi Kettle

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Not to judge, butting affixing “i” to the beginning of every product name relating to iOS or Apple devices is getting old. Really old. No, ancient is more like it.

But I guess it’s the easy way to let people know that your new product is designed to work closely with and iOS app – or something along those lines.

Wi-Fi Kettle

If you’re really busy and you need all the extra spare minutes – seconds – you can get, and you love coffee or tea, then you might want to get your hands on the world’s first Wi-Fi kettle, dubbed iKettle.

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that the iKettle does just what every other kettle does: heat water up.

While every teenager should be able to do that, why settle for the good old fashioned way when you can have a high tech solution to an everyday non-issue?

The iKettle’s product description:

  • Boil your kettle with your smart phone, anywhere in your home
  • The most satisfying wake-up call of all time
  • Welcomes you home by asking if you’d like to pop the kettle on
  • Match your kettle to your kitchen with the insulating iKettle skins
  • Embrace laziness and enjoy perfect hot drinks, what’s not to like?

Uh…because we all are proud to embrace laziness!

The iKettle does have this going for itself: it has four tailored, precise temperature settings. If you’re particular about the temperature you use for your coffee or tea, then your OCD tendencies will be satisfied.

There are also some “skins” to choose from, so that you can ensure that the iKettle matches the color scheme of your kitchen. (For an additional GBP 14.99.)

Wi-Fi kettle


Available for pre-order at Firebox for GBP99.99.

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Kokou Adzo

Kokou Adzo is a stalwart in the tech journalism community, has been chronicling the ever-evolving world of Apple products and innovations for over a decade. As a Senior Author at Apple Gazette, Kokou combines a deep passion for technology with an innate ability to translate complex tech jargon into relatable insights for everyday users.

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