When you mention the word “kettle”, what comes into your mind? Well, most of us would think of those high end, stainless steel types which use either the gas stove or electricity to get the water boiling so that you cap sip you Earl Grey tea just the way you like it while having scones and strawberry preserve on the side. What happens when you’re traveling and need hot water? A thermos flask can do the job by retaining heat in your water, but that works only for a certain amount of hours.
This is where the £29.99 Pack-Away Kettle comes in handy – it will be the perfect tool if you tend to rough it out regularly, and you need not brew your favorite cuppa in a metal mess tin. No sir, the Pack-Away Kettle will do the job, and do it excellently, as it is capable of boiling nearly 1.1 litres of water each time, and when it is no longer in use, just compress it – it will end up flatter than your standard army mess tin, taking its cue from the Swedish masters of flatpacking – Ikea.
You can place it over the gas, electric or induction stove, it doesn’t matter as the sturdy stainless steel base is capable of transferring heat into the water within.