Cookworks Signature Black Jug Kettle - Half Price - £6.99 at Argos - HotUKDeals
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Cookworks Signature Black Jug Kettle - Half Price - £6.99 at Argos - Reserve & collect or home delivery

* Black.
* 2.2kW.
* Capacity 1.7 litres.
* Quiet boil.
* Cool wall.
* Boil dry protection - automatically switches off when the kettle is empty.
* Safety cut-out.
* Removable, washable limescale filter.
* Water window.
* Illuminated power indicator.
* Automatic switch-off.
* Cord storage.

Decent reviews - not top of the range - but seems good value at £6.99
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#1
Isn't this the same kettle some people reported taking back on the last deal because it gave the water a plastic taste when boiled?
#2
Thanks, mine just broke
#3
Was given a faulty one when i bought this a weeks ago, so had to return it, luckily the next one was fine, rinsed it out a few times and didn't taste any plastic. Got it with me here and works like a charm.
#4
I bought a similar "cookworks" kettle, and yes, not only does it stink before I even get to the kitchen, but yes, gives the same plastic taste to tea !!!
claimed previous price was £14.99, - no way !

horrid vile crap !
#5
I bought this same kettle just a month ago from Argos for £6.99 (apparently half price then too). Anyway it took 4 weeks and the water still tasted like plastic. Very strong taste to it. I boiled it around 4 times a day so was surprised the taste lasted so long.

I replaced it last weekend - utter waste of money.
#6
Handy to buy cheap and keep as a present for future use.
#7
boiling with a little bicarb is suggested by most manufacturers.. keep an eye on the kettle when you do this though.. bubbles up like mad at the end. :)
#8
yeahbutitsnotfree
boiling with a little bicarb is suggested by most manufacturers.. keep an eye on the kettle when you do this though.. bubbles up like mad at the end. :)


I didn't know this (I knew about boiling the kettle full a few times) - Ill keep this in mind in the future.
#9
DON'T BOTHER BUYING! It may be a cheap price but the taste is disgusting! Every cup of coffee/tea you make with this kettle tastes of plastic. Do yourself a favour and spend a tad more money on a decent kettle - you won't regret it!

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