Woman buys 90-year-old nan easy-pour kettle that doesn't need picking up & people are desperate to get one

A WOMAN bought her 90-year-old nan an incredible, easy-pour kettle that doesn’t need picking up, and people are desperate to snap it up.

The Uccello Easy Pour Kettle and Tipper operates on a hinge, so all you need to do is tilt it forward to pour the water. 

The handy device is much safer for shaky hands, as there is no risk of dropping the kettle and boiling water on the floor.

TikTok user Sam Alice Pickering, who posts under @samsaysfxxkit, uploaded a video showing the kettle in use.

She said: “My nan is 90 now and she can’t lift a kettle anymore so my sister got her this. It’s amazing.”

Little strength is required, and people can enjoy their cuppas worry-free.

You can pick up the kettle for £49.99 on Amazon, where it is described as having an "ergonomic handle for stable grip and pour action".

Many people raved about the kettle in reviews, with one saying: “This really is easy and safe to pour, for anyone with arthritic, weak or shaky hands. 

“It sits in the base and safely rotates to pour – no strength needed at all.”

Another added: “This kettle is so easy to handle for people with arthritis affecting their hands & arms.

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"Would definitely recommend this.”

And many people on TikTok were also sold, and said they wanted to buy one.

One social media user raved: “Omg I didn’t know these existed”, while one joked: “I’m not 90 but want this as I’m lazy.”

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