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Panasonic Nc-zk1 Kettle

Panasonic is a brand mostly know for their TV´s, digital cameras and camcorders, but they also make Kitchen appliances, like the beautifully designed NC-ZK1 Electric Kettle from Panasonic´s Breakfast collection. With a unique and majestic profile, the NC-ZK1 is an appliance you will happily leave on the countertop without sacrificing the look of your kitchen. The stainless steel kettle features an ingenious 360º rotating base unit that efficiently transmits heat to the kettle no matter its orientation. And for tea drinkers, it allows you to save a step in the morning routine by brewing directly inside the kettle with a removable tea filter. via

You can get it in Europe here




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