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360Separate Base;Precise Temperature Control;Automatic Power Off Function; Handle the Pot more Conveniently;304 Stainless Steel Heating Plate; Heat-Resistant Ceramic Pot Body; Electric Cordless Kettle.
Quickly:Boil quickly in 4~6 minutes
Safely:Boiling dry protection
Get the Perfect Pour：Easy to pour out
Convenient to Use:Button design, automatic water supply, worry-free operation
Capacity: 1.0 liters
Rated power: 1000W
Product size: 240*180mm
Please wash with water for the first time
Do not exceed the maximum water level line
Unplug the power cord when not in use for a long time
Please take good care of your baby to prevent being burnt by boiling water
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