Here’s some stats: There are 9.8 million tea drinkers across the country and over 2.1 million living with arthritis. Having a cup of tea is a center point of conversation and can be the first thing that’s thought of as soon as someone arrives as a guest at our homes – “let me just pop the kettle on”.

To be able to restore independence and to offer a solution for those of us with limited strength, mobility, and dexterity or has low vision, and who are trying to handle boiling water safely, is a gift in itself.

The Uccello Kettle’s unique tilt-to-pour action means that the weight of the kettle does not fall on the fingers or the wrist – where many would struggle and feel pain. The kettle moves around the body of water making it effortless whether it is full or just has one cup in it.

With the location of the handle, if you choose to lift it out of its base, the weight is evenly distributed across the entire arm and needs very little effort in comparison to others like the kettle tipper.

I think the question is, why would you not stock the Uccello Kettle?

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