Designer Fraser Leid has created an idea for making less wasteful tea kettles. In imaging all the parts of a traditional electrical kettle, Leid discovered the electric kettles often house harmful materials due to the vast array of parts and plastic involved in assembly. Leid thus created a new kettle called the Trapèze Kettle.
It is based on older tea kettle models that have a body made of one folded sheet of aluminum, a reinforced underside lined with stainless steel. The kettle boils via induction, which is more electrically efficient versus an outlet plug-in system, and this kettle will have significantly fewer parts.
Check out his design plan here.
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