Some people are just so used to having a cup of tea every couple of hours that they can’t stand to be without it when they’re away from home. Now those people won’t have to look for a restaurant when the craving strikes, because the Novel kettle is portable enough to take literally anywhere.
Invented by Stanislav Sabo, the Novel kettle features a heatproof plastic on the outside and a lining of 100% silicone. It is the silicone that makes the kettle watertight and allows it to fold flat. It receives power from an energy source through a bayonet adapter and a cord that is attached to the removable base piece.
There are small magnets embedded in the Novel which allow the pieces to snap into place whether the kettle is opened up or folded shut. The magnets also let you conveniently hang the Novel from metal surfaces.
According to the designer, the Novel folds up small enough to fit into your back pocket. It could also easily slip into a laptop bag, purse or backpack so that wherever you go, you can always count on a cup of hot tea.