Read some our amazing customer reviews below for more information:
I just want to thank you for all the help you gave me. I have received my kettle today and I want to thank you so much for your excellent customer service and extremely kind gesture.
Customer service is just what you want it to be . No hassle, no difficulties just a pure can do attitude . I don’t experience the same with many other companies and I would recommend Uccello Designs without hesitation or reservation.
My new Uccello Kettle is marvellous, no trouble pouring it, even with my arthritic hands. Love how easy it is to use.
Thank God, I got the kettle when I did now that my cataract has really started to affect me. My red and white Uccello Kettle really stands out.
After having seen my mother in law’s Uccello Kettle, I decided it would look smashing on my new worktops in black and white. LOVE IT! It’s just so attractive.
”When I first saw this kettle in action, I thought of my own brother who has limited functionality of his hands. The Uccello Kettle is an ideal gift for him. It is perfect for anyone with limited mobility, strength, or dexterity. It is also suited to those with low visibility.
The Uccello Kettle is safe and elegant, and with its tilting action to pour, the kettle moves around the water, so you don’t have to lift it. Its tapered spout ensures the water is directed effortlessly and ensures you can avoid splashing. Filling it is simple too, you can fill it in position by pressing the easy-touch lid, or you can lift it out from the base to fill. The Uccello Kettle is definitely a kettle with a difference.”
Susan Jackson, Lifestyle & Fashion Blogger, Dublin
“Love this Kettle.
From a cup, teapot to my hot water bottle I can make it all independently”
“Really easy to use.
Very light and great staff.”
Saoirse Smith, Dublin
“I bought a Uccello Kettle for my Nan.
She suffers badly from rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. It’s especially bad in her hands, wrists, and feet.
She stopped having her usual amount of tea because the kettle left her in a lot of pain. But now with the new kettle, she uses a small jug to fill the kettle with the right amount of water and makes tea so easily. She can actually enjoy it instead of sitting there in pain and the tea going cold.
This is an amazing product. My Nan loves how it looks on the counter and I love that I could take away some of her pain. 5 STARS TO UCCELLO“
Kellie Anne, Meath
“The Uccello Kettle is the most amazing product I have ever come across. I was actually blown away by its functionality and how efficient and simplistic it is to use. It is also so sturdy and safe.
I couldn’t get over how easy it is now, to make my cup of tea. It’s no longer a struggle nor does it take me ages to make. I can just power on the Uccello kettle, tilt and pour, it’s that simple.”
Carol Rice, Cork
“I got the easy pour kettle for Christmas. I think it is fantastic, so easy to use and very safe.”
“The best thing that ever came into the house…My Mam had broken both wrists and at 86 there very weak after all the trauma …Terrified she would drop boiling kettle down on her legs… This product has actually kept her independent.. it may seem simple but been able to make your own cup of tea when YOU want TOO………Is worth a gold bar to someone who is, unfortunately, heading towards losing control on their own life !”
“I got one of these for my son, he has Cerebral Palsy and finds it extremely hard to lift things, this is brilliant. It gives him some independence.”
“The Ucello Kettle is very safe to use. I feel more at ease with it being used by my uncle who I care for, he has onset dementia and deteriorating vision.
Seeing him use the kettle gives me peace of mind because it is safer to use.
It is a beautiful kettle and is a game-changer for those with particular needs like arthritis, Parkinson’s, and anyone with mobility issues”
Carol Noonan, Limerick
“With its tip & pour technique, Uccello’s innovative kettle design universally benefits everyone. It is the latest addition to our kitchen & also helps wheelchair users with balance & safety when dealing with boiling water.”
Leona & Mike, Wexford
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