For optimal flavor, a hot drink to be prepared for a given temperature: green tea should be prepared with water at 80 ° C, 90 ° C instant coffee, black tea, hot chocolate or soups at 100 ° C . Choose the right setting and enjoy your favorite beverage. Settings 40, 80, 90 and 100 C to ensure that the basic ingredients of your t instant coffee, soup or noodles are the desired temperature. 4-mode security system against short circuits and dry operation, automatic shut-off when it reaches the right temperature or when the kettle one is lifted from the base. The kettle one is a cooking utensil that, contrary to what the name suggests - see, for example, coffee - not if it was designed to make tea, but only to heat water that can be used to make tea, coffee, mate or any other food, drink or use for hot water. Typically, tea is prepared and served in a teapot. The kettle one is a traditional metal container in the shape of a bass drum with a lid and a spout at the top side. This tool is designed to heat water by putting your mouth on a stove. When buying a kettle one decide in many cases not only the price of energy or power, but also the design of the electric household appliance. Meanwhile, because there are kettles in all shapes and colors, some of which also are created from genuine star designers. There are now in a Porsche kettle-style or what but in the classic retro style. However, design is always connected to the individual taste of the buyer. What one perceives as aesthetically stylish and can be seen as corny and silly in the eyes of another. In any case, such a water heater is an ideal gift (eg for collection) to be. Especially kettle one in stainless steel or glass usually have an individual design and usually see from a noble and valuable than their colleagues in plastic. So-called design kettle one are often also expensive than comparable kettle one "ready". Another aspect in the design of the kettle one is certainly the connection between aesthetics and practicality. So you can not use the best water heater when the handle is missing or is located a little impractical. The same goes for the material from which the water heater was manufactured. This must meet the same safety requirements as those of a normal cooker. This includes especially the heat resistance of the material, the safe storage of the heating and insulation in the areas in which humans directly (eg handle) with the kettle one comes in contact. Summary: Design-kettle are a matter of taste, for which one may spend a little more money needs. For this we have but may be a small treasure in the kitchen, which also reminds one of a very specific event. When purchasing such a device should not, despite all the attention to design safety-relevant aspects are ignored. The same goes for the energy efficiency of the device. . . .