The Electric Bon Kettle from SiDO

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Minimalist and elegant, this electric kettle also features IoT technology.

Whether you’re a coffee or a tea lover, you probably use a kettle every day. And if you also love minimalist design, you definitely want a kettle that will always look stylish in your kitchen. The Bon Kettle from SiDO is a great example, but this elegant design also incorporates IoT technology for more convenience. Beautiful and perfectly balanced, this electric kettle has a tall and slender silhouette. The rounded handle provides a great grip, while the small nozzle ensures a smooth pour.

The stand doubles as a charger and IoT connectivity hub with Bluetooth compatibility. It also features just one button for a clean, uncluttered look. With the dedicated app, the user can check the water temperature and adjust it in 5⁰C increments for custom brews. Apart from providing complete control over the water boiling process, the app also sends notifications to users, reminding them to clean their devices and keep them safe to use. Recipes for coffee and tea brews are also included. Thanks to the 700ml capacity, the kettle can prepare water for several cups at a time.

Other details include six safety features, a full stainless steel body, and a lid with a silicon ring and a hook closure. The SiDO Bon Kettle comes in three colors: Cherry Blossom Pink, Natural Ivory, and Smoky Gray. All of them boast contrasting colors on the handle and lid. While currently only available in South Korea, hopefully the design’s success will convince the brand to launch this version or any other future series worldwide.

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