Enhancing the visual engagement of the users during tea brewing process, Japanese designer Yuki Hirayama has come up with a refined tea kettle called “Fall” that adds precision to the ritual of tea serving and drinking, as it allows the users to control the strength of the tea with minimum fuss. Users can easily withdraw the sliding strainer from the hot water at any point during the brewing process, thanks to the simple locking system, allowing user to determine the strength of the tea. Moreover, it eliminates the need to fully remove the dripping leaves from the kettle to reduce the mess.
The kettle can be placed on any flat surface without damaging it, courtesy of the concave heating transfer element at the bottom. The metal part takes heat from the heating station that transmits heat only when it detects the weight of the kettle. The heating station gets charged through the cord that can be stored neatly in its base, when used as a cordless heating station. The window on the left side indicates power remaining in the rechargeable battery. The transparent body permits the user to see the strength of tea, while enjoying the changing color of the water.
Via: Yuki Hirayama