Miito Electric Kettle Eliminates Our Habits of Overfilling The Kettle

Not wanting to have standard, similar kettle, Nils Chudy has re-designed this functional appliance to energy efficient, appealing product. Miito Electric Kettle tries to eliminate people’s habits of overfilling electric kettles, well, as you know majority of kettles can be filled up to 500ml while a cup of tea only requires 250ml. This means, most of the time, people waste 50% of hot water as well as energy.

Through extensive research by taking part various kitchen appliances that heat, Nils Chudy has managed to understand how they are typically constructed. Starting from scratch, he started with something completely different from materials used to working methods. The result here as you can see, an innovative conceptual product that heats liquids directly from the container, eliminating heating of excess water.

Designer : Nils Chudy

Miito Electric Kettle by Nils Chudy

Miito Electric Kettle by Nils Chudy

Simply fill your cup with water and place it on the induction base, immerse that special rod in the water. The induction base will heat the rod which then heats the water. This heating system works with different vessels of any size, such as a pot of tea, a bowl of soup, a cup of coffee, etc. It’ll signal you once the liquid has boiled. The rod can be easily cleaned with water.

Since Miito doesn’t have any on/off button, you can lift the rod from the base to return this heating device to “Standby” mode. You completely shut it off by placing the rod on the base.

Miito Electric Kettle by Nils Chudy

Miito Electric Kettle by Nils Chudy

Miito Electric Kettle by Nils Chudy

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