Innovative Design

The Uccello Kettle was specifically designed for those with limited reach, mobility, dexterity, and strength.

Unlike other kettles and kettle-tippers, the circular shape of our Uccello Kettle, moves around the body of water to create a smooth effortless pour, so you don’t have to lift, strain, or balance –simply tilt to pour!!

The Uccello Kettle delivers hot water safely and steadily, every time.

Available in 4 snazzy colours: white, black & white, red & white and black

The Uccello kettle is suitable for a wide range of users, whether you suffer from arthritis, MS or are simply looking for a lighter kettle. Uccello has helped people all around the world gain their independence back, with its lightweight design and easy to pour method, you can finally enjoying a nice cup of tea again!

Key Benefits

• The Uccello Kettle has an extra-wide spout which makes it easy to fill from the tap or with a jug. The spout is also tapered to help offer you accuracy, control, and a safe pour.

•The Uccello Kettle’s handle is specifically designed to help distribute the weight of the kettle across the entire arm and not just on the fingers and wrists – this makes it easier to handle safely and comfortably.

• No matter what way you choose to use your Uccello Kettle in the rotating cradle or apart you can rest assured that the 4 non-slip feet on the tilting vessel and the body give you added security and safety in the kitchen.

• No one likes a noisy kettle, we don’t want to have to yell over it as it boils. Great news though, the Uccello Kettle is a quiet boiler.

Imagine how you would feel if someone told you that you could not do something. How would you feel? This was the case for Andy DePetra in early 2011. Diagnosed with Psoriatic Arthritis and overtime it was his body telling him that he could no longer do things. Things like making his cup of coffee in the morning. Andy is originally from Italy and enjoys fine coffee. But since his diagnosis, he had more and more difficulty lifting a kettle full of water to make it. He grew frustrated (like many of us would) and turned his thoughts to how others in his position handled this.Having found no other viable options, Andy turned his focus on designing a kettle that would ease the struggle and enable people to maintain their independence. Andy loved Italian design and featured its shape on a small bird – also known as Uccello in Italian. The little bird (our Uccello Kettle) safely rotates on its arc to deliver boiling water without causing any unwanted weight or pressure on the user. It’s thanks to Andy and his creative design of the Uccello Kettle that we have been able to help impact the lives of nearly 400,000 people. That is 400,000 people who feel safer and more independent at home.