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Breville IKJ796 Stainless Steel Jug Kettle reduced to £17.49 Argos

£17.49 @ Argos
Looking for a new cheap kettle and found this Breville one at a good price of £17.49 at Argos Product description / spec For fast, efficient boiling try this fantastic Breville jug kettle with … Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Looking for a new cheap kettle and found this Breville one at a good price of £17.49 at Argos

Product description / spec

For fast, efficient boiling try this fantastic Breville jug kettle with a stylish and modern stainless steel finish. With a range of impressive features to keep your time in the kitchen to a minimum, it includes rapid boil, boil dry protection and has a generous 1.5 litre capacity, as well as a sleek and classic design.

The Breville IKJ796 is a stylish, cordless family sized jug kettle. With fast-boiling technology, you can boil 5 cups quickly. The polished stainless steel design with a blue illuminated water window will make this Breville kettle a stylish additional to your kitchen.
3 kW.
1.5 litre capacity.
Rapid boil.
Boil dry protection - automatically switches off when the kettle is empty.
Removable and washable limescale filter.
Blue illumination on boiling.
Push button operated lid.
360 degree base.
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Got this for the same price a few months ago,had a nasty chemical/metalic taste to the brews even after being used for over a week,not an isolated case looking at the reviews.

Five stars to Argos though they refunded....
#2
A strange design, but boils very quickly and never had a problem with it.
#3
bigdeal66
Got this for the same price a few months ago,had a nasty chemical/metalic taste to the brews even after being used for over a week,not an isolated case looking at the reviews.
Five stars to Argos though they refunded....
Likewise, bought two weeks ago and still a chemical taste. Will be taking back.
banned#4
I purchased as well had a weird taste when used
#5
if you get weird taste boil with 2 teaspoons of bicarb soda , then re boil will clean water .. if its still there repeat. (advice from tefal)
#6
I have used different versions of this same model for 7 years now and had no issues with it. I only changes once due to the appearance and not due to the functionality.

I use Brita filtered water to boil and kettle cleaners once a month to clean.
#7
Never had this problem before,had a similar breville kettle for 4 years was fine but started to leak.

bought a tower kettle no problems,inherent design fault in the manufacturer of the kettle.
#8
Storm in a tea-cup....
#9
bigdeal66
Got this for the same price a few months ago,had a nasty chemical/metalic taste to the brews even after being used for over a week,not an isolated case looking at the reviews.
Five stars to Argos though they refunded....
Had the same problem with metalic taste. The bicarb soda and boil up works.
#10
magpiecleaningco
Storm in a tea-cup....
Tastes like a **** in a tea cup :D
#11
"efficient" eh? No more or less efficient than any other kettle.
#12
Just returned ours ,we use filtered water and the taste was disgusting even after a few days of use.
#13
AVOID. METALLIC TASTE. AVOID
#14
Picked up the kettle yesterday and have noticed the metallic taste with cups of tea more than coffee.
I have boiled it now around 15 times and threw the water away but it still doesn't taste right.
It will be going back at the earliest convenience
#15
lostboybinns
AVOID. METALLIC TASTE. AVOID
Have you tried the bicarb trick described in this thread?
#16
Had this kettle for over a week.
has an awful taste.
Will be returning it.
#17
Have you boiled bicarb in it?
#18
Tried everything

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