Safety in the home – kettle tipper

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Who enjoys a few cups of tea or coffee to to see them through their day?  Most of us if the truth be known however for someone elderly or disabled this can be a potential danger. Arthritic hands, a general lack of strength and reduced sight are all factors that can make a boiling kettle an accident waiting to happen.

It is reported that every one and a half minutes someone is burnt or scalded in the UK in an accident. Those in the over 65 age group have 8% of these accidents, and are at the greatest risk of serious injury. Using devices such as a kettle tipper can mean the chances of an accident occurring can be significantly reduced


Cordless Kettle Tipper

An innovative item that will be of interest to those that have with a weak or painful grip this cordless kettle tipper, as its name suggests, allows the user to pour the boiling water safely, and with minimal effort. A metal plate secures the base of the cordless kettle, and an elasticated strap makes sure the kettle stays where you want it to. The cordless kettle tipperpicture above costs £29.91 and is eligible for Vat relief to qualifying customers.Postage and packing is also free of charge.

Easy Kettle Tipper.

Slightly cheaper at £26.13 is the easy kettle tipper designed for corded kettles. A clever device that makes life easier, and a whole lot safer .This easy kettle tipper has a raised tilting platform that helps when pouring from any standard kettle – and required very little effort to do so. Also available with Vat relief and free P&P.

this image shows a kettle being used  with a kettle tipper for safety

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Award-winning blogger and former care columnist for Devon Life magazine. I am passionate about helping elderly people and people with dementia live purposeful and independent lives.
Designer of the Dementia Assistance Card and Points Of Light award recipient, Caron hopes to help carers when resources are limited and demand is ever-increasing. I am here to support you.

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