One of the most satisfying touring feelings is arriving at the campsite and knowing you’ve safely reached your destination – your holiday is truly underway. At this point, many of us will want to sit back and relax with a cup of tea – and to do so, you’ll want the best motorhome kettle for the job. That’s where our guide comes in.

We’ve looked at the many motorhome kettles on the market and have rounded up our top picks that are available, with products from brands such as Collaps, Vango, Outdoor Revolution and Quest. In our guide, we’ll cover a couple of different types, including a collapsible kettle (useful for its space-saving capabilities) and options that can be heated on a gas hob.

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The best motorhome kettles are:

Collaps Kettle
Outdoor Revolution Premium Low Wattage 1.7L Electric Kettle
Quest 1 Litre Kettle
Russell Hobbs Travel Light White Small Kettle
Vango Stainless Steel Whistling Camping Kettle
VonShef Travel Kettle

The best motorhome kettles: our top picks

Outwell Collaps Kettle
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Collaps kettle

  • Weight: from 500g
  • Capacity: 1.5l – 2.5l
  • Wattage: N/A

Reason to buy:

  • Collapsible and space-saving

We really like this clever BPA-free collapsible kettle. This product from Outwell comes in a number of colours, and after you’ve made yourself a cup of tea, you can collapse it. This innovative touch is one of our favourite things about it, as it helps you save some valuable extra space when you’re on the road.

It’s remarkably easy to do this too, taking only seconds to flatten and then restore it to its original shape.

The motorhome kettle is also break resistant, and provides the versatility of going onto direct heat (with the exception of a microwave oven or induction hob) to heat up. Then, after your tour is over, you can give it a clean in the dishwasher.

The product is also available in either a 1.5- or 2.5-litre option, so you can find a size that best suits your touring requirements.

The Outdoor Revolution Premium Low Wattage 1.7L Electric Kettle
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Outdoor Revolution Premium Low Wattage 1.7 Electric Kettle

  • Weight: 1kg
  • Capacity: 1.7l
  • Wattage: 1000W

Reason to buy:

  • Good capacity – ideal for families on tour

This is a motorhome kettle that we rate highly, thanks to the combination of its stylish stainless steel exterior and the 1.7-litre capacity it offers. The presence of twin water-level indicators will allow you to easily keep an eye on the number of cups you’ve boiled in the 1000W kettle too.

While its weight of 1kg makes it the heaviest option on our list, we like that the product has an easily removable water filter, as this makes cleaning nice and simple.

Vango Stainless Steel Whistling Camping Kettle
Image: Argos

Vango Stainless Steel Whistling Camping Kettle

  • Capacity: 2 litres
  • Weight: 430g
  • Wattage: N/A

Reason to buy:

  • Great capacity for the weight, clever folding handle

Ideal for using on a gas hob, this two litre camping kettle from Vango will whistle when the water is boiling, so you’ll know when you’re able to make yourself a refreshing cup of tea.

We really like that it comes with a heat resistant handle, and are also fans of the useful space-saving practicality it provides; you can fold the handle in when it’s not being used.

The motorhome kettle is also nice and easy to fill, thanks to its completely removable lid. We think its capacity is excellent too, especially when taking how little it weighs into account, making it ideal for families or larger parties who are going on tour together.

Check the latest price at Argos.

Quest 1 Litre Kettle
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Quest 1 Litre Kettle

  • Weight: 780g
  • Capacity: 1 litre
  • Wattage: 915-1080w

Reason to buy:

  • Small in size, easy to store

This Quest kettle is ideal for anyone who is looking for a small yet stylish product to make their tea with when they’re on the road. Thanks to the BPA-free kettle’s compact size, we think you should find it easy to store when it’s not in use. Coming in at a weight of only 780g, the Quest kettle also has a low wattage of 915-1080W.

The kettle is easy to operate, and the water level indicator will allow you to ensure you’re only boiling as much water as you need.

A removable filter means it can be easily washed, and you can simply hinge the lid open for some easy filling too.

Check the latest price at B&Q.

VonShef Travel Kettle
Image: Amazon

VonShef Travel Kettle

  • Weight: 566g
  • Capacity: 500ml
  • Wattage: 650w

Reason to buy:

  • Ideal for solo travellers or couples

We think if you’re travelling on your own or as a pair, this 500ml motorhome kettle from VonShef is well worth considering.

The motorhome kettle is the ideal size for boiling enough water for up to two people, and also comes with a wide spout, which makes it easy to pour.

We also like how the 650W product is very lightweight, only weighing 566g.

Russell Hobbs Travel Kettle
Image: Argos

Russell Hobbs Travel Light White Small Kettle

  • Weight: 590g
  • Capacity: 0.85 litres
  • Wattage: 1000W

Reason to buy:

  • Offers useful internal storage, lightweight

We really like this lightweight motorhome kettle from Russell Hobbs.

It boasts a 0.85-litre capacity and, as well as that, it’s very easy to operate, thanks to its 590g weight. Coming with an automatic switch-off, it will turn off after it’s boiled, preventing any chance of it boiling dry.

The useful product also comes with two spoons and two cups, which you can store inside when you’re travelling, for some safe and easy transportation. This has the useful function of saving you the hassle of trying to locate where you packed the cups, once you’ve reached the campsite…

Check the latest price on Argos

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