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GK-S23P 3L Electric kettle

Posted By: gaabor

Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2024

Price: $10.00

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https://www.gaabor-global.com/gaabor-products/gk-s23p/


① Micro-computer control, easy and labor-saving;


② 3L large capacity electric kettle, suitable for 3-4 people;


③ 24-hour appointment, delicious food on time;


④ 6 function menu, you can be a chef in a seco K7d;


Safe and healthy
Stainless steel filter.


Occupying no space
Winding coil base of storage type.


Visual heating lamp
Automatic shutdown when boiling.


One key switch
Simple and convenient.


3L Electric Kettle GK-S23P Parameters
Category Name Electric kettle (boiler)
Product Model GK-S23P
Product color White
Net weight (kg) 0.59
Gross weight of product(kg) 0.71
Rated power(W) 1500
Rated voltage(V) 220~240
Rated capacity(L) 2.3
Inner package size (L * W * H mm) 203*165*230
Outer package size (L * W * H mm) 845*420*485



If you need any kinds of electric beater, please contact us, as a professional electric beater supplier, Gaabor appliances is willing to offer you high quality products.




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