From designer Adrian Lim, here’s a cool “Rotary Kettle” that’s designed keeping in mind the people with impaired hand strength and control. The kettles on the market shelves today ask the users to pick-up and pour that’s pretty simple for the hale and hearty but for people that are unable to make a proper grip, it’s a difficult process. What this cool kettle asks is a simple rotation of the kettle body to pour boiled water for people suffering from osteoarthritis, carpel tunnel syndrome and RSI injuries. What users gotta do is just grip the handle and rotate the kettle in its base, to pour a cup of tea, thereby eliminating the need of picking up the kettle and bear the strain. Smart functionality, color scheme, eye-catching design all speak out for the distinctiveness of the kettle. In nutshell, it’s a contemporary kettle that blends form and function efficiently to help people prepare and serve tea without much strain.