|Product Depth (in.)||8.7 in||Product Height (in.)||9.6 in|
|Product Width (in.)||6 in|
|Appliance Type||Coffee Maker||Capacity (fl. oz.)||57|
|Capacity (L)||1.7||Color/Finish||Stainless Steel|
|Color/Finish Family||Stainless Steel||Features||Cool-Touch Handles, Detachable Base, Heat Resistant Handles, Keep Warm Setting, Touchpad Controls, Water Level Indicator|
|Includes||No Additional Items||Number of Cups||7.1|
|Product Weight (lb.)||2.1 lb||Returnable||30-Day|
|Small Appliances Color Family||Grey||Small Electric Product Type||Electric Kettle|
|Style||Industrial, Modern, Transitional||Thermal||No|
|Wattage (watts)||1100 W|
|Certifications and Listings||Certified Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||2 Year Limited warranty|
|Safety Listing||No Safety Listings|
A: I would think you can.
A: i am not sure but it seems to be intended for just liquid to be heated preferably water. i would contact the manufacturer.
A: I don't think any of these electric KETTTLEs was designed to heat soup up and boil water. The primary purpose of a kettle is to boil water and that means that it shuts off at a certain temperature close to 212 degrees. It does what it needs to to get pure water boiled. While you can probably put soup in the kettle, once it reaches boiling temperature, it will shut off -- and most of it will be boiled off! You'll probably have to watch it constantly. But, because soup is not pure water, the boiling temperature is below 212 degrees or the pre-established shutoff for pure water, and all the contents of the boiling soup will be bubbling out of the kettle. The food particles in soup will cause problems in boiling and cleaning because the kettle was not designed to boil or heat up other than pure water. It can be done but at some consequence. Need I say more?!
A: Soup, not really it will get dirty syicky
A: I wouldn't but you can do anything you want!
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