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Kettle boils water and serves tea at the same time

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By grape Japan

Akihabara-based retailer Thanko likes to pride themselves on sometimes quirky but always practical releases, including one person bento box-sized rice cookers and wearable kotatsu.

Their latest endeavor is one that's sure to please tea lovers--an electric kettle that heats up water and brews tea at the same time.

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The transparent kettle, which has a separate removable slot for tea leaves, has a capacity of 1.5 liters, with temperature settings you can adjust to brew different types of tea. (Settings of green tea, black tea, and herbal tea).

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The main body uses glass that allows you to see inside, and is resistant to lasting smell and easy to clean. Since the temperature can be determined at a glance, it is easy to adjust the strength to your liking. In addition it's function to prevent emptying and overheating, it is also equipped with a thermal fuse, so it has a safety net that automatically turns off the power even if you leave it unattended.

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It's currently available from Thanko for 5,980 yen.

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Still prefer the Brown Betty.

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Whoever invented this abomination has no idea how to make a proper cup of tea. Good grief.

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I have something that does both for me....a wife......

Downvotes to follow from the woke pc brigade.....

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Wife does that, boils water, makes tea and brings me a tasty cuppa several times a day.

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