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Nicey replies: That looks interesting mainly due to its energy saving claims. It seems good for small offices maybe. Not sure that we feel brave enough to take one on though..

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Nicey replies: I think we could only condone such a environmentally dubious sport if all the boiled water was used to make tea for the needy.

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Nicey replies: Luke,

Very sorry to hear about the loss of your kettle. It makes me want to rush downstairs and make a big fuss of ours.

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Lu Mikado Review
Nicey replies: Indeed many oriental type grocery stores sell them. It looks like yours were built by the Thai arm of Glico, the Japanese company behind Pocky. What did impress me the most were the ads for a product called Collon. Mmmm. Indeed they do look like little sections from the lower bowel. The Collon page on the Thai site is particularly off putting as it has small heaps of something next to the pieces of 'Collon'. I wonder why they haven't caught on here yet?

Oh yes Hotel kettles are their own entire sub species, a bit like those strange little Hobbit people they've been digging up in Indonesia only the're kettles.