The Morphy Richards Redefine Kettle is an elegantly designed illuminating glass kettle with toughened Duran Schott glass and an invisible spout design. It also has an ergonomically designed handle which provides a comfortable grip. In addition, the lid has a stylish ring on it, so the lid can be easily lifted off. The Redefine Kettle is on the premium end of the scale, and the design is certainly up to par.
One design element which we find particularly appealing is the open handle. Not only does it shift the centre of gravity high up to facilitate easier pouring, the angle of it (slightly slanted outwards) also aides the pouring process.
From a feature perspective, the Redefine Kettle is loaded. There's a large 1.5 litre capacity, a fine mesh limescale filter, a no hassle removable lid, and a rather interesting "invisible spout" design. More on these features later.
Morphy Richards are a well known and highly respected brand of small kitchen appliances. They have been around since the 1930s and mostly trade in the UK and Australia. Their current product range is huge. The range includes toasters, slow cookers, microwaves, coffee machines, kitchen roll holders and salt & pepper milling sets.
Let's take a look at the specification:
There's also a Morphy Richards matching toaster. Also sporting a glass exterior, you can watch as your toast begins to brown. There's a video of the pair on amazon.co.uk.
All in all, the Redefine Kettle is up to the standard expected from premium kettles. Its functionality is fairly standard, but its design is where the kettle really excels. The whole pyramid shaped glass exterior together with the so called invisible spout really do complete the design. We give the kettle 4 out of 5 stars.