De'Longhi KBM3011 Kettle (Metropolis Finish) only £29 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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We've had this kettle for the last 6 years and believe me it hasn't missed a beat, never ever seen it this low before usually around the £50 mark.

Metropolis Collection cordless jug kettle with concealed element and 3 kW power
360 degree rotational base
Rapid boil and 1.7 Litre capacity
Water filter, easy-fill spout and water level indicator
Exclusive Metropolis (matt gun metal paint) finish will not show finger prints
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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
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#1
You must have got lucky ... the user reviews on Amazon arnt exactly encouraging.
#2
i thought it was a good price til i read the reviews..
#3
well i also read it has a wide spout for filling but reviews say top is hard to remove lol
seems silly so i am going to buy! esp since toaster is £27.50 4 slice.
If theyre rubbish amazon will get them back! thanks op x
#4
I would read between the lines on the reviews, one reviewer said that the base unit does not move easily across kitchen work surfaces. Like you want a kettle full of boiling water to move easily across a work surface lol. oO
#5
Broxy
I would read between the lines on the reviews, one reviewer said that the base unit does not move easily across kitchen work surfaces. Like you want a kettle full of boiling water to move easily across a work surface lol. oO


yep thats what i meant (_;)
#6
Now £59.99 oO
#7
Wouldn't pay that, why is it so dear? It's great that it's a 3KW as I couldn't use anything less these days but I don't want to pay more than £20 for a kettle as I boil mine around 10-15 times per day and they never last very long regardless of make and cost.

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