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ZOJIRUSHI overseas 1.0 L electric kettle (220-230 V)
-Micro electric kettle boils quickly as needed
Cup 1 cup (140 mL = about 65 seconds)
-Full water 1.0 L = approx. 5 minutes (at room temperature 23 ° c, water temperature 23 ° c)
-6 Attention safety design
-Microcomputer detecting rages microcomputer boiling detection sensor auto off
-Automatic micro-computer power off
Boiling detection sensor should have to work in the auto off power.
Take lock lever to release the 'automatic hot rock'
-Also fell hard to spill 'falling water leak prevention"
-Pour in both hands hard hot body design
And not quite water, auto off heat prevention
-Microcomputer rages with sound announcement 'boiling completion notice buzzer is
-Easy-to-use lever-type hot water supply from press translate a 'hot control' can be.
Moreover, and fingers away from the lever in automatic lock takes safe
-Can be opened smoothly, from the water supply also care probably probably cover unscrew lightly
-Easy to clean wide mouth design
-Moved odor and durability can be 'completely stainless steel content generator'
-200 ML each in the mark 'easy water viewing'
* Do not keep warm feature
|Manufacturers||Elephant seal ZOJIRUSHI|
|Part No.||CK-EAT10 TA 220-230 V|
|Name of product||Microcomputer boiling electric kettle 1 liter
|Power consumption||1190-1300 W (when the Kettle)|
The corresponds to the electrical outlet.
|Instruction manual||English, Chinese, Korea, Japanese|
|Operation panel||English, Chinese|
(W x H x D)
|225 x 245 x 150 mm (main body)
300 x 300 x 200 mm (gift box included)
|Weight||Approx. 1.2 kg (body)
Approx. 1.8 kg (gift box included)
If you need additional plug depending the region.
|_||Packing weight||Asia- China||United States Australia||Europe|
|CK-EAT10||2.5 kg||5,000 yen.||6, 400.||60,000, 200...||\11, 000.|
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