Every Student Needs a NESCO Glass Water Kettle
College move-in day is a big deal. Paperwork is signed, sheets and supplies are purchased, and the tissue box is ready. As you check the items off your supply list though, consider adding a less conventional item from NESCO to your must-haves.
The NESCO Glass Water Kettle is perfect for small dorm room spaces and provides fast and convenient access to necessary hot water for students. The Glass Water Kettle boils water more quickly than most microwaves and uses approximately half the energy of a traditional stove top.
In a dorm, access to hot water can save you a cold or rainy walk to the dining hall and help you make everything from the perfect cup of coffee to that ever-present college staple, ramen. The NESCO Glass Water Kettle is the ideal small appliance for a college student on a budget.
NESCO Glass Water Kettle Is Safe and Dorm Friendly
Most college dormitories don’t allow hot plates or open flames, but the BPA-free NESCO Glass Water Kettle is a safer option. It has integrated safety features including an automatic shut-off switch with boil-dry protection and a stay cool handle to reduce the possibility of burns.
The 1500 watt heating base heats quickly for a wide range of applications and uses. In addition to coffee and ramen, students can make tea, hot chocolate, soup, and even oatmeal in a matter of minutes—all with the push of a button.
From the creation of the original NESCO Roaster to products like the Slow Cooker, the Vacuum Sealer, and the Glass Water Kettle, NESCO has sought to make the lives of families easier. Equip your student with the items they need to make life on their own in a college dorm room easier. Add the NESCO Glass Water Kettle to your list of college essentials.
NESCO: Your Key Ingredient
At NESCO, we believe life is an occasion worth celebrating. We’re dedicated to being Your Key Ingredient in those celebrations by making cooking enjoyable again with our complete line of innovative small kitchen appliances and accessories. NESCO began as the National Enameling and Stamping Company and created the first Roaster Oven in 1931. NESCO is currently headquartered in Two Rivers, Wisconsin.