Rory White

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A whistle kettle is a necessity for most caravanners – by the time an electric kettle boils you’ve usually forgotten why you switched it on in the first place. Outwell’s 1.6-litre whistle kettle is neat and compact, with a quirky red-and-chrome design that adds something different to the décor. More conservative caravanners may prefer the subtler black version.

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A whistle kettle is a necessity for most caravanners – by the time an electric kettle boils you’ve usually forgotten why you switched it on in the first place. Outwell’s 1.6-litre whistle kettle is neat and compact, with a quirky red-and-chrome design that adds something different to the décor. More conservative caravanners may prefer the subtler black version.

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