Beko WKM6321W New Line Glass 1.7L Kettle
Beko kettles are stylish and simple to use. This 1.7-litre glass bodied jug kettle illuminates the water inside while it's boiling and the lid can be easily opened at the touch of a button. With a 360° rotating base and space saving cord storage, this kettle boils your water quickly and efficiently.
360 Degree Base
Whether you're left or right-handed, this kettle is easy to use thanks to the 360° rotating base.
Practical and pleasing to the eye, the water in the kettle is illuminated by a blue light, which shows the bubbles forming in the jug. You can see the bubbles moving faster and faster as it reaches boiling temperature, so you know exactly when it's ready to use.
One button opening
The one touch release button and wider lid make filling up your kettle quick and easy.
- Power (watts) 2400
- Capacity (Litres) 1.7
- Dry Boil Protection YES
- 360 ° Rotating Base YES
- Detachable Limescale Filter YES
- Washable Limescale Filter YES
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