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Ninja Perfect Temperature Kettle, 1.7L, with Temperature Control, LED Display, Easy to Use Kettle with Rapid Boil and Temperature Hold, Matte Black, KT200UK

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The only slight annoyance in the controls is that the Ninja Perfect Temperature Kettle KT200UK plays a slightly annoying high-pitched beeping sound on starting to boil and once the desired temperature has been reached. It’s the same sound you’ll hear with Ninja’s air fryers.

There’s a keep-warm feature (Hold Temp), too, which will maintain the water temperature you’ve set for up to 30 minutes. There is some temperature variance for energy efficiency: if you boil the kettle, the Hold Temp maintains a temperature of 93ºC. The LCD screen shows the set temperature, but once the kettle has finished heating, it also shows the current temperature of the water. This proved helpful, as I could see at a glance if the water was hot enough to use and so didn’t need to reboil the contents as often as I would have with other kettles. The kettle is pretty well insulated, too. Having boiled 1-litre of water, I found that the temperature had dropped to only 82ºC after 20 minutes; not ideal for making tea or coffee, but certainly fine to get a head start with some cooking on the hob. The clever Hold Temp feature maintains your selected water temperature for up to 30 minutes. Perfect for making a second drink as delicious as the first – no need to re-boil. Outside of boiling speed, the Ninja Kettle was one of the poorest performers in our group test. The outside of the kettle reached an unsafe-to-touch 78°C in our tests, higher than any other kettle we’ve tested. It’s hot enough to leave you with a mild burn under the wrong circumstances and makes the kettle potentially unsuitable for households with small children or people with any kind of fine motor control issues.The kettle was the joint-worst performer in our heat retention test, falling to a temperature of 89.8°C when measured five minutes after boiling, and it was also the noisiest, reaching a peak noise level of 63.1 dBA, a good ten decibels higher than the quietest kettle on test, the KitchenAid Artisan. Make those much-needed cuppas with this quality kettle from Ninja. With variable temperatures, you have complete control over your hot drinks, combining contemporary style with impressive performance. However, the areas in which this kettle isn’t found wanting are quality and features. With its minimum fill level of 250ml, the KT200UK can boil water for just a single cup of coffee or tea. Given that much of the competition has a minimum fill of 500ml, you can save some money with the Ninja Perfect Temperature Kettle by simply boiling the water you need.

Whether you like tea, coffee or hot chocolate best, the Ninja Perfect Temperature Kettle helps you brew the perfect cup, every time. Choose from 6 pre-set temperatures ranging from 60°C to 100°C or adjust the temperature with manual controls – perfect for speciality teas, coffee, hot chocolate and more.While I’m a fan of the precise temperature controls on offer with the Ninja Perfect Temperature, as well as its keep warm function and handy tea-making and recipe guide, these positives simply aren’t enough to outweigh this kettle’s flaws.

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