Proctor -Silex 1 Liter Electric Kettle

Proctor -Silex 1 Liter Electric Kettle

Proctor -Silex 1 Liter Electric Kettle

by Proctor Silex

  • Price: $17.35
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  • 1000-watt electric kettle rapidly boils up to 1 quart of water
  • Detachable cord and nonspill spout for graceful serving
  • Immersed heating element; automatic shut off; boil-dry protection
  • Dual water-level indicators; easy-open lid with security lock for safety
  • Measures approximately 9-1/6 by 5 by 7-1/3 inches; 180-day limited warranty
  • Price: $17.35
  • $15.99 List Price
  • In Stock
  • Free Shipping on orders over $35
  • Sold by 2015 Seller

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  1. Brand: Proctor Silex
  2. Dimensions: 4.98 x 9.16 x 7.34 inches
  3. Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
  4. Item ID: upc:879488270201
  5. Item ID: ean:0879488270201
Model number on packaging may be listed as either K2070 or K2070Y. Product is identical.
Customer Reviews
 (2,806 customer reviews)

Good Electric Kettle, January 21, 2005
Blue Diamond (MA, USA)
This Electric Kettle is quite simple without any frills. For the price, it does what it claims to do. It boils water quickly , the water level is easy to see and has the auto-shut off feature. I have used it reliably to boil water for tea, oatmeal etc. The water is quite hot, so use caution when pouring it out. The lid , can sometimes be hard to close open.



Great little water warmer, December 26, 2005
J. Molzen (New Jersey USA)
  
This is a nice little electric tea kettle. It requires that you heat at least 1 and 1/2 cups of water because of the submerged coil. I especially like the detachable cord.

My concerns are two fold. First, the sides do get hot. The handle remains cool, but I would not trust small children to be near it. Second, for the automatic shuttoff to work, the lid MUST be snapped closed. It will continue to boil if the lid is not completely closed (the instructions do state this). This is why I only gave it 4 stars.

It took me 7 minutes to boil (to auto-shutoff) a full pot (4 cups). The minimum (1 and 1/2 cups) took 2 min 50 sec.

It is supposed to be a 1000 watt heating element. Measuring it with a "Kill A Watt" meter, I found it actually used only 850-880 watts.

Update January 2013: After more than 7 years, this kettle is still in use boiling a single cup of water at my work approx 4 times per week. That is over 1000 uses. A few times the detachable.


Faster Hotter than Microwaving, June 15, 2006
W. Zollo "the queen" (MA, USA)
     
I first became hooked on electric kettles when traveling in the U.K. and have kept putting off getting one. This is perfect for my six (O, heavens did I really say six!) cups of tea a day. Faster than the microwave (only because its actually boiled and hot) and no worrys about...did I leave the stove on as it has a brilliant auto shut-off. It even stays plenty warm enough to top off the first cup of tea. I love it, am only sorry it took this many years to indulge my self with such a simple product!

P.S -- Terrific on snowy days when the kids come in and want hot coco...FAST! (Makes one feel like SuperMom for the rare second or two!!! <g>)

UPDATE: This, my original PS electric kettle died a painful death last year following a power surge after eight great years. I bought another and am happy to report its just as good.



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