Have you been considering a KitchenAid kettle as a Christmas gift (from you to someone else, or from you to you)? KitchenAid are mainly known for making mixers, but they actually also make gorgeous kettles that boast innovative technologies and fabulous good looks.
What we really like about these kettles is that the different models genuinely offer different features and look quite different from each other. From classic stove top models to futuristic-looking digital kettles, there's real choice where it comes both to form and function.
You can get the kettles from KitchenAid's own website, but we quite like getting them from Amazon, because it works out cheaper for many of the models. If you're ordering for yourself, you can wait until Boxing Day sales to get one at a discount, or get one now with free delivery. If you are ordering as a Christmas gift, order today/tomorrow with next day delivery, as Amazon free delivery does not guarantee delivery before Christmas after this point.
See our top picks of KitchenAid kettles and why we like them. Find more of the best kettles in our buyer's guide.
KitchenAid Artisan Kettle | £138.03
This is a classic electric kettle souped up to a work-of-art level. Double wall construction ensures that the water stays hot inside the kettle longer, while the temperature control setting allows you to boil the water to the temperature you want (useful for tea infusions, where boiling hot water isn't helpful). Oh, and it's very quiet, too.
KitchenAid Artisan 1.5 Litre Glass Tea Kettle | £145.50
This beauty of a kettle is ideal for fans of speciality teas. If they've heard of oolong, they'll appreciate this. With a handy temperature bar for different tea types, this kettle also doubles up as a teapot. After you've heated the water to the correct temperature, you fill the removable steel steeper with loose tea and brew. Then remove once infused. Gorgeous.
KitchenAid 1 Litre Digital Precision Kettle | £149
This beautiful kettle is all about its uniquely designed spout: it ensures a precise flow of water to prevent spills and splashes, which is especially useful when you're pouring water into a cup, or into a coffee maker. You can even control how strong you want the water flow to be. An excellent companion for those who brew coffee or use teabags.
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