By Andrew Liszewski
The Response Kettle from Kenwood makes a good attempt to appeal to the gadget crowd with a couple of nifty features. The first, and most obvious is that the inside of the kettle changes color as the water heats up. It goes from blue indicating the water is cold, to a bright red indicating the water is boiled and ready to scald.
But if you’re not a fan of drinking boiling hot liquids the kettle can also be set to only heat the water to 80 degrees and it will maintain this constant temperature until you shut it off. That way you can top up your hot drink without having to completely reheat the water and waste energy.