|Price £||✅ View current price £|
|✔ Volume||1.5 Litres|
|✔ Colour||Black & White|
|✔ Easy Open||Yes|
|✔ Easy Use||Yes|
|✔ Hinged Lid||Yes|
|✔ Automatic Shut Off||Yes|
|Full Specification||✅ View full specification |
The Uccello Tipping Kettle is a kettle designed to remove the burden of heavy lifting and tipping. It's designed specifically for people with limited movement such as the elderly, those with arthritis, those with Parkinson's, etc. Its design is simple and straightforward. It essentially consists of a tipper which sits in a cradle and pivots forward and backwards, putting minimal strain on hands and wrists.
To further help provide a easy experience, there are a number of additional design features. Firstly, the opening where the water goes is large, allowing for easy filling and cleaning. Secondly, the water chamber is non-weight bearing in the sense that the only physical movement required is pushing of the handle.
The Uccello Kettle came about after a man named Andy DePetra was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. He very much enjoys drinking coffee, and finding it increasingly difficult to make coffee independently, he set out to find a solution. The culmination of his hard work resulted in the Uccello Kettle.
We now take a quick look at the list of features.
The power switch is an easy push on/off button. A power light will illuminate while the kettle is boiling.
All in all, the Uccello Tipping Kettle is great for the elderly, disabled, and those with arthritis or Parkinson's disease. It's perfect for care home kitchens as well as for personal use. We particularly like how the weight of the water and tipper doesn't affect the ease of pouring. So far as we're aware, the Uccello Kettle is one of a kind, with a well thought out and excellent design. We rate it 4.5 out of 5 stars.