10 Best Travel Kettles
T-fal Balanced Living
Serving up four cups at a time of piping hot H2O wherever there’s an outlet available, the T-fal Balanced Living makes even the most spartan accommodations feel a bit more comfortable and civilized. It features an automatic shutoff function and a removable filter screen.
Gourmia GK360 Foldable
If space is at a premium, the Gourmia GK360 Foldable might be right for you. It expands to provide a capacity of 27 fluid ounces, yet occupies half of its open size when collapsed for storage. Use it to make instant soup, hot cereal, or your preferred beverage.
Take the ultra-compact Proctor Silex with you on your next trip and that jolt of caffeine you need after a long journey will be as close as the nearest power outlet. It holds just enough water for you and a companion to revive a bit before heading out to face the world.
AmazonBasics 1 Liter
The generous, 30-inch cord of the AmazonBasics 1 Liter allows for flexible placement in a hotel room, dorm, office, or your own kitchen. Its spout pours easily and is equipped with a mesh filter that’s simple to remove and clean as needed.
Dcigna Portable Electric
Featuring a toggle on the base to switch between voltages, the Dcigna Portable Electric also comes with a handy universal adapter, making it more than worth the tiny space it occupies in your bag for the luxury of a quick cup of coffee, tea, or instant noodles anywhere.
Liven Hot Pot
Plug the versatile Liven Hot Pot into a compatible power source and it can do more than just heat water; it can also be used to warm up milk for a steaming cappuccino, cook eggs or pasta, or even prepare oatmeal or soup for a taste of home wherever you go.
Narita Hot Pot
The Narita Hot Pot holds nearly a liter of liquid, which heats up quite rapidly. It’s got settings for both 110- and 220-volt operation, with a selector on the base, and is designed to turn off on its own as soon as it reaches boiling.
The lightweight Ovente KS22S is well suited for outfitting your RV to make sure “roughing it” doesn’t mean doing without coffee, tea or cocoa when you head out on a camping trip. For safety’s sake, it cuts off automatically once it’s reached the appropriate temperature.
The handsome Bonavita Mini looks good enough to be left on your desk or on the countertop of a small kitchen, yet it’s also sufficiently compact and practical enough to pack into a carry-on bag. This 900-watt selection works quickly and efficiently.
The no-frills Bodum Bistro comes in a handful of sizes and colors to suit various preferences. It’s made of BPA-free plastic with a water level indicator window, a heating element in the bottom that is not exposed, and a scale filter screen in the spout.