This $40 Portable Kettle Has Hundreds of 5-Star Amazon Reviews, So We Tested it Ourselves

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If you love tea (or instant noodles), you’ve probably considered buying a portable kettle to heat up water on the go without the use of a stove or microwave. 

We’ve been obsessed with this cute one from Amazon, and after reading so many five-star rave reviews, we finally caved and decided to give it a try. On this brand-new episode of Take My Money, Kate (aka PureWow’s content creator) tests out the Sekaer Portable Kettle ($40; $32) in the color the color pink.

So is the portable gadget really worth the price tag? Keep reading to see Kate’s honest review.

Before testing out the portable kettle, Kate just had to take a moment to admire the color of the device. “I actually love the color of this,” she says in the video. And for those who may want to purchase the electric kettle in a different color, she points out to viewers that the product also comes in blue, white and green.

Upon first inspection, Kate noticed that the kettle might only be suitable for one serving. “This doesn’t seem like it would hold that much water, but I feel like this would be good for, kind of, a one-person [and] one-use situation,” she explains. 

Want to see Kate put the Amazon-certified electric kettle to the ultimate test? Click the video above to hear her thoughts on whether or not the Sekaer Portable Kettle lives up to the hype.

SeKaer Portable Kettle Amazon CAT

Sekaer Portable Kettle

  • Comes with a stainless steel cover that’s made with food-grade and BPA-free materials
  • Includes an LCD display to indicate real temperature
  • Features a non-slip base to help increase friction and decrease spillage

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Karelle McKay is the Assistant Editor of News and Entertainment at PureWow. Before she started writing about all things pop culture, she was a literal couch potato who loved...