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Whats the quietest kettle?

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Seriously. I want a quiet kettle. Tried several Morphy's and Russell Hobbs and they make a right noise. Don't want a hot water dispensing thing. I want a quiet kettle. Thanks. Read More
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6m, 2d agoPosted 6 months, 2 days ago
Seriously. I want a quiet kettle. Tried several Morphy's and Russell Hobbs and they make a right noise. Don't want a hot water dispensing thing. I want a quiet kettle. Thanks.
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6m, 2d agoPosted 6 months, 2 days ago
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#1
microwave would be quieter but I wouldn't recommend it. Not sure if you would have to look at a highly baffled kettle but not sure how you would quieten the expansion and boiling method.
maybe a low pressure kettle ?
#2
What about a onecup type? They still make a bit of noise but less than a kettle.

Something like this? Breville Hot Cup.
#3
My experience the loudest kettles are the expensive fast boil 3000W and above, if you don't mind waiting a few minutes more to boil just get a standard kettle they are quieter.
#4
shauneco
What about a onecup type? They still make a bit of noise but less than a kettle.

Something like this? Breville Hot Cup.


Thanks but I want a kettle. You link goes to tesco homepage by the way, were you logged into your tesco account when you copied the url?
#5
first world problems or what?
#7
I have one of those 3kw kettles (cheap white Russell Hobbs) but I only fill for what I need (usually 1 mug) and it's only noisy for 52.11 secs (just tested from cold fill to boil)

Just curious as to what OP considers noisy and why they need "a quiet kettle"

IMHO the only choice would be something that heats gradually & continually (like an urn)
#8
Boiling water tap - only around £1k
#10
Place kettle on a foam/cork pad.
#11
Use s pan to boil the water, no noise,
#12
cornishscouse
Use s pan to boil the water, no noise,

I thing it will use more energy.

I use a kettle with an adjustable shut off temperature control which saves me quids every year as you do not need boiling water to make instant coffee and many other uses.
Also do not boil more water than you are going to need.

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