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EM77 electric kettle 1.5L

By Stelton

£70.00

  • Description

    Erik Magnussen’s iconic vacuum jug EM77 has adorned coffee tables worldwide for more than 40 years, and now a whole new member of the EM family is introduced: The EM77 electric kettle, which will add the same style to the home as the vacuum jug has done for decades.

    The cableless kettle can hold 1.5 L and is equipped with a removable limescale filter and dry boil safety switch. The base includes space for the cable. When the kettle is on the base, the base is completely hidden. This cleans up the look of the kitchen counter and just adds even more value to the piece.

  • Technical Info

    Materials:
    Plastic, jug in stainless steel

    Dimensions:
    Ø: 13.3 cm, H: 25 cm

    Heat-insulated, double-walled steel jug

    Cleaning the jug:
    Wipe the outside of the jug with water and detergent using a soft, damp cloth. Dry using a soft cloth or tea towel. Never use scouring powder or other cleaning agents with an abrasive effect, as this will scratch the surface.

    Descaling the kettle:
    The electric kettle must be descaled regularly and cleaned from limescale sediment.

  • Designer
    Erik Magnussen

    Erik Magnussen was born in 1940 in Copenhagen. Educated as a ceramist at the School of Applied Arts and Design he graduated with a silver medal in 1960.

    For a number of years he worked for Bing & Grøndahl and later made furniture for Fritz Hansen, door handles for Franz Schneider Brakel, tabletop in pewter for Royal Selangor, tabletop in stainless steel and plastic for Stelton, porcelain lamps for Licht & Form and furniture for Paustian.

    Erik Magnussen's designs are exhibited in museums throughout the world and he received the Lunning Prize in 1967 and the Furniture Prize in 1977. In 1983 he was chosen designer of the year by the Danish Design Council and his products have several times received the ID-prize by the Danish Society of Industrial Design. Erik Magnussen received the Bindesbøll Medal in 1996 and he has received grants from the Ole Haslund Fund, the Royal Jueweller A. Michelsen's Anniversary Fund and Knud V. Engelhardt's Memorial Fund.

    In 1997 Erik Magnussen was awarded The Red Dot by Design Zentrum Nordrhein-Westfalen and won the Good Design Gold Prize awarded by Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization.

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  • Delivery

    4-6 weeks

£70.00
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