Breville Stainless Steel Kettle- Half Price - £19.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Breville Brushed Stainless Steel Kettle.

* Stainless steel.
* 3kW.
* Capacity 1.5 litres.
* Concealed element.
* Rapid boil.
* Boil dry protection - automatically switches off when the kettle is empty.
* Safety cut-out.
* Removable, washable limescale filter.
* Water gauge.
* Illuminated power indicator.
* Easy fill and easy pour.
* Automatic switch-off.
* 360° base.
* Cord storage.
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#1
Good price - but are you sure it's not a Breville? ;)

Edited By: wombat6025 on May 06, 2011 09:41
#2
Hot as a cup of tea
#3
A lovely kettle, but I had to return mine as the boiled water didn't taste nice in tea. I even treated it with Bicarbonate of Soda, but the water was still 'tainted'. I'm back using my old Delonghi kettle and the water tastes fine.
#4
I bought this kettle as a present, but the spring locking lid seized up after a months worth of use.
The boiling waters steam gets into the spring in the lid and over time it got to stiff to open. Took it back and replaced it with a different model.

This could have been a one off.
banned#5
had a stainless steel one before but never again as a real pain to keep clean and soon has hard water staining around the spout
#6
csiman
had a stainless steel one before but never again as a real pain to keep clean and soon has hard water staining around the spout


We've only had our stainless kettle a short while so I don't know if the hard water staining will become an issue; one of the reasons we junked our last plastic kettle was the water staining around the spout.

A quick spray and wipe with the stainless steel cleaner we use on the hob gets it sparkling really quickly.

Edited By: wombat6025 on May 06, 2011 10:40
banned#7
wombat6025
csiman
had a stainless steel one before but never again as a real pain to keep clean and soon has hard water staining around the spout


We've only had our stainless kettle a short while so I don't know if the hard water staining will become an issue; one of the reasons we junked our last plastic kettle was the water staining around the spout.

A quick spray and wipe with the stainless steel cleaner we use on the hob gets it sparkling really quickly.

which one please as could do with some?
#8
wombat6025
Good price - but are you sure it's not a Breville? ;)

Oops X)
csiman
had a stainless steel one before but never again as a real pain to keep clean and soon has hard water staining around the spout


I know someone who works in plastics testing and I would never buy a plastic kettle ;)

Edited By: jrw on May 06, 2011 16:00: typo
#9
csiman
which one please as could do with some?


Sorry can't remember where we bought the stainless steel cleaner spray we're currently using it's branded "power force"; reckon it was from poundland or factory shop. We've used others on the hob and they've all really worked well - just spay on the hob then wipe off grime with no scrubbing or scratching; as I say this one also works well on our stainless kettle.
#10
that looks the same as the one i bought in tesco last week for same price. It was also on a half price offer.
#11
Like ukjoel i bought this in Tesco for same price (also advertised as half price). All the other £20 steel kettles I could find have a min volume of 750ml or more - this one can take a mere 250ml and is really quick to boil.
#12
Bought it for work. Plugged it in and boils water so quick. This is probably due to the fact this one is a 1.5litre and the old leaking one (Hitachi from Currys which is now Sandstrom or something - AVOID!) was 2 litres.

The lid opening is great for getting it under the water cooler tap at work (mains isn't drinkable due to being tanked) and does not drip when poured.

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