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Kenwood Stainless Steel Kettle was £55 now £20 @ Argos £19.99

£19.99 @ Argos
Just bought one today - very pleased with it: Kenwood Stainless Steel Kettle. http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4236980/Trail/searchtext%3EKENWOOD+KETTLE.htm Stainless steel… Read More
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Just bought one today - very pleased with it:
Kenwood Stainless Steel Kettle.

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4236980/Trail/searchtext%3EKENWOOD+KETTLE.htm

Stainless steel.
3kW.
Capacity 1.6 litres.
Concealed element.
Rapid boil.
Boil dry protection - automatically switches off when the kettle is empty.
Safety cut-out.
Removable, washable limescale filter.
Water window.
Illuminated power indicator.
Easy pour.
Automatic switch-off.
360° base.
Cord storage.
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#2
Had this kettle a while ago and it wobbled about when boiling. I wasn't too happy with it to be honest.
#3
Just bought this a couple of weeks ago, and have to say am very pleased with it. Boils fast and hot, although is a bit noisy - but not off-putting.

Mine doesn't wobble at all.

(btw - 'hot' as in my last kettle only seemed to get lukewarm)
#4
Hot. Reserved at Stratford Upon Avon. Many thanks.
#5
Just reserved.
Thanks for that. Needed a new kettle.
#6
thenoodlehead
Had this kettle a while ago and it wobbled about when boiling. I wasn't too happy with it to be honest.

you didnt push the cord into the storage properly thats why it wobbled
#7
My cord is firmly secured and kettle non wobbling.

Wouldnt pay £55 for it - but £20 it's well worth it - nice looking, good name and it works well - yes it is a bit noisy - but nothing silly :-)) and I like it :-))
#8
Good price.

I paid £10 after cashback and voucher @ Very.
#9
nope some actually wobble when they boil the bases arent as thick as they used be
#10
Personally - I thought it was quite solid :-))
#11
thanks, out of stock for delivery boohoo
#12
Have you noticed recently that all small
electrical products like this have now
got vastly inflated RRP's so that they
can become a 50% off or similar deal.
Anyway, having got that little gripe off
my chest, this is a good deal. Hot.
#13
Totally agree - would never pay £55 but good price at £20.

@ L0gix - most argos offers seem to be not available for home delivery - so you'll just have to get off the sofa and get down to Argos - lol :-)))))) (making sure you have reserved one first)
#14
Got the last one by me, thanks OP!!
#15
Is the filter those cheap mesh material ones which dissolve with each boil? I got a Russell Hobbs one not so long ago and right now, I reckon 90% of the filter's gone. :/
#16
Anyone know what Which? Magazine say about it. Which? are in their element reviewing kettles and toasters etc - things you can never try before you buy.
#17
mccririck
Anyone know what Which? Magazine say about it. Which? are in their element (bad pun? unintended) reviewing kettles and toasters etc - things you can never try before you buy.
#18
Bought this earlier, and just returned it. You have to pull the lid off manually, and it can be a little stuff. We were looking for a "press button lid pop-up" type kettle, for one handed operation when filling.
#19
How about filling it through the spout!!!! Simples ;-))))
#20
mrspatch
How about filling it through the spout!!!! Simples ;-))))

No.
#21
Oh well cant please everyone :-))))
#22
these kettles don't half leak and if fancy taste of rust my only went rusty inside top lid will stick with plastic one in future
#23
Cheers reserved one for monday
#24
Hi, does anyone know how long the cord is? Weird question I know, but I bought a kettle and the cord didnt stretch from where it has to sit to the plug. They never list this info.
Thanks
1 Like #25
being a kettle, naturally voted hot, cheers needed a new one.:{
#26
Cord quite long :-))
#27
rrp - £55 yea right...
#28
Had 2 cups of coffee - this morning in my new kettle :-))
#29
gluke21
Have you noticed recently that all smallelectrical products like this have now got vastly inflated RRP's so that theycan become a 50% off or similar deal.Anyway, having got that little gripe offmy chest, this is a good deal. Hot.
I'm afraid its not just small electrical appliances.It seems that nearly all traders do it and most people fall for the trick (apart from diligent HOTUKDEALERS).I guess it must work otherwise so many shops wouldn't be doing it.
#30
Too right - would never have bought the kettle at the RRP but very happy at £20 :-))
#31
picked mine up today using a £10 gift voucher i got with some xmas shopping thx op :)

and id say the lead is 3/4m long
#32
gill83
Hi, does anyone know how long the cord is? Weird question I know, but I bought a kettle and the cord didnt stretch from where it has to sit to the plug. They never list this info.Thanks

It measures 74cm from the circular base to the base of the plug. The kettle does wobble about on the base slightly when the boil is at the end of the cycle. It boils quicker than my previous kettle though bear in mind it is a 3kw appliance. The model number for anyone that is interested is SJM 283 - odd that there are no current results on the Google search engine for this model. The lid is firm, though you fill it up using the larger than usual spout, this fill method is indicated on the box. The finish on mine is brushed stainless.

I reserved mine and purchased it with my Nectar point card (had sufficient points and did not pay a penny ;-)

Excellent find OP H & R added
#33
mccririck
Anyone know what Which? Magazine say about it. Which? are in their element reviewing kettles and toasters etc - things you can never try before you buy.

I am a member of which? and there are no current reviews for this model. The reviews that I have read so far are mixed for similar Kenwood models. Two independant consumer reviews on the which? website for model SJM 270, which incidentally is a different model but closest match, mention leakage issues and that the noise may be an issue. Many modern kettles have a tendancy to leak. I try to remember to empty my kettle after every use so that water isn't sitting in all day/night. The kettle is noisy but then when I compared it to my previous one, that too had a tune all of its own! Great find at £19.99.
#34
Hmm. We're looking for a new kettle. Bloody tedious. As already noted this isn't a current model and the rrp of £55 is a joke.
The current Which best buy is Russell Hobbs - Ceylon 13355. About £20

Decisions, decisions...
#35
#36
willww. Try (or at least look at) the Argos one and take it back if you don't like it (FINISHES TODAY I THINK)
As for the glass kettle? Would it look good in your kitchen? (That's my other-halves way of looking at things...)
#37
Got the last one in town to replace a Breville kettle that started to leak after six years! I'll be surprised if it lasts as long.

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