Smeg Has New Mini 50’s-Style Retro Kettles In 7 Pretty Colours Including Pastels, Now In Singapore

Smeg Has New Mini 50’s-Style Retro Kettles In 7 Pretty Colours Including Pastels, Now In Singapore

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By Rachel on 18 Feb 2022
Senior Digital Editor

Small home appliances may be impractical if you've got a large family, but they're certainly handy additions to small households. Those on the lookout for non-bulky and aesthetically-pleasing kitchen appliances can now look to Smeg, for they’ve just launched their new Mini Kettles in Singapore.

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Read on to find out more about the Smeg Mini Kettle in Singapore!

Smeg Mini Kettle SingaporePhoto from Smeg

Think of the new Smeg Mini Kettle as a baby version of their hot-selling 50’s-style one. While the latter can hold up to 1.7L, this cute petite version has a capacity of 0.8L. This helps reduce energy consumption for those who don’t require large quantities of water to be boiled at any given time.

Smeg Mini Kettle SingaporePhoto from Smeg

Other than its classic retro-inspired design, another feature of the Smeg Mini Kettle that we love is the fact that its available in 7 lovely shades, mostly pastel ones. These are namely Pastel Blue, Pastel Green, Pink, Red, White, Cream, and Black.

Smeg Mini Kettle SingaporePhoto from Smeg

Smeg Mini Kettle SingaporePhoto from Smeg

On top of that, it has double walls, the inner of which is made of stainless steel. This allows it to keep water warm, while remaining cool to the touch so you don’t burn your fingers. Safety definitely comes first - and that’s why it’s able to switch off automatically at boiling point,, as well as if there’s insufficient water within, or if the body somehow gets detached from the base by accident.

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Smeg Mini Kettle SingaporePhoto from Smeg

While these will look great in any kitchen, they’re also suitable for keeping on bedside tables, or even on your office desk!

Smeg Mini Kettle SingaporePhoto from Smeg

Smeg Mini Kettle SingaporePhoto from Smeg

These Smeg Mini Kettles can be purchased from department stores such as Takashimaya and Tangs for $208, which is $50 cheaper than their regular-sized kettles. Find out more here.

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