Two Electric Kettles Join Chef'sChoice Lineup

AVONDALE, Pa.-Chef'sChoice has introduced two electric kettles geared toward gourmet stores, departments stores, online retailers and catalogs across the nation.

The Chef'sChoice Cordless Compact Electric Kettle is the company's smallest-capacity electric kettle at 1 quart. It is lighter in weight than other models, is crafted with a brushed stainless steel body and boils water using 1,500 watts of power. Its cordless design allows the kettle to be easily lifted from the base for convenient filling, pouring and serving.

The Chef'sChoice Cordless Electric Kettle also uses 1,500 watts of power, and has efficient water-heating capabilities that enables it to conserve energy. It is designed with a hand-operated lid opener on its cool-touch handle. Its capacity of 1.75 quarts and includes a concealed heating element, which never comes in contact with the water.

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