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Argos Simple Value Cordless Kettle - White. - £4.99

£4.99 @ Argos
This is the lowest price I have seen this kettle thus far and for this price, this kettle works extremely well. Had one before but then swtiched to Russell Hobbs for a change after years of using it. … Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
This is the lowest price I have seen this kettle thus far and for this price, this kettle works extremely well. Had one before but then swtiched to Russell Hobbs for a change after years of using it. The Russell Hobbs kettle didn't last more than 4 months and now I am back with this one again.

Fill. Boil. Pour. Cuppa. With a 1.7 litre capacity, this Simple Value kettle is ideal for students or small families. The pullback lid function makes re-filling this 2.2 watt kettle very easy.

2.2 kW.

1.7 litre capacity.

Boil dry protection - automatically switches off when the kettle is empty.

Pull back lid.

EAN: 9016710.

You may receive a substitute of similar specification, but which is cosmetically different.
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
good find op, heat added
#2
always that price not a hot deal
#3
Good price good deal if ur a patient person who has plenty time before a brew is ready when u really want it... Took literally 5 min+ to boil.. Took it straight back. I understand u cant expext much from a fiver for a kettle.. But i think i'll always spend £10+ for a rapid boil one with 3kw power instead of sth like 1.7kw slow timing wasting stuff
#4
linhang90
Good price good deal if ur a patient person who has plenty time before a brew is ready when u really want it... Took literally 5 min+ to boil.. Took it straight back. I understand u cant expext much from a fiver for a kettle.. But i think i'll always spend £10+ for a rapid boil one with 3kw power instead of sth like 1.7kw slow timing wasting stuff


it says in the description 2.2kw not 1.7
where can you get a 3kw for £10 ?
1 Like #5
These are great kettles, have one at home, one at work, can't fault them for the money, so good I bought mum and mother-in-law one too (no expense spared)
#6
Some people are just too impatient these days. Watch out or you'll burst a vein.X)
#7
Had one of these for 3 years and only got rid of it as mum and dad got me a brand one for Christmas, they also didn't like the fact my kettle took years to boil! However, I'd buy again! Amazing price.
#8
linhang90
Good price good deal if ur a patient person who has plenty time before a brew is ready when u really want it... Took literally 5 min+ to boil.. Took it straight back. I understand u cant expext much from a fiver for a kettle.. But i think i'll always spend £10+ for a rapid boil one with 3kw power instead of sth like 1.7kw slow timing wasting stuff
Too much caffeine can make one intolerant and impatient.
1 Like #9
shadey12
linhang90
Good price good deal if ur a patient person who has plenty time before a brew is ready when u really want it... Took literally 5 min+ to boil.. Took it straight back. I understand u cant expext much from a fiver for a kettle.. But i think i'll always spend £10+ for a rapid boil one with 3kw power instead of sth like 1.7kw slow timing wasting stuff


it says in the description 2.2kw not 1.7
where can you get a 3kw for £10 ?


Kettle here for £9.00 fast boil , which I bought after seeing it in here last week.https://groceries.asda.com/product/kettles-coffee-makers/george-home-black-fast-boil-kettle/910001362340
2 Likes #10
Unless your making 7-8 cups of coffee at once you don't really need fast boil put less in :):)
#11
we just bought this for the office. its great. fast boil, come off it.
#12
Kmcmahail
Unless your making 7-8 cups of coffee at once you don't really need fast boil put less in :):)
and if you are, then you might as well buy a coffee machine.
1 Like #13
Life is too short to be waiting for a slow kettle! ;)
banned#14
I found out that these were no good, I preferred the Asda price Kettle
3 Likes #15
If you have solar panels on the roof a lower-powered kettle is preferable, as it doesn't import electricity. Saving money is wonderful for one's patience!
1 Like #16
And you also learn to boil only what you need, rather than people's habit of filling kettles unnecessarily, which usually explains the length of time they take to boil and is the equivalent of having the tap running while you brush your teeth.
#17
Have had this kettle for months now and works absolutely fine. I'd avoid the Wilko alternative though as that was rubbish.

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