Morphy Richards Brita Accents Water Filter Kettle in Black from Argos on Ebay £13.99 + £3.95 P&P - HotUKDeals
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Morphy Richards Brita Accents Water Filter Kettle in Black from Argos on Ebay £13.99 + £3.95 P&P £17.94

£17.94 @ eBay
Enjoy cleaner, clearer, great tasting BRITA filtered water in your hot drinks. Filtered water reduces limescale, lead and other impurities in tap water, giving it a natural aroma and fuller flavour. … Read More
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Enjoy cleaner, clearer, great tasting BRITA filtered water in your hot drinks. Filtered water reduces limescale, lead and other impurities in tap water, giving it a natural aroma and fuller flavour.

The Morphy Richards BRITA filter jug kettle provides you with a stylish finish including an ergonomic handle and easy view water gauge. The kettle filters and boils up to six cups at once, with an electronic cartridge replacement reminder. Features include an illuminated water gauge, a 3kW concealed element for rapid boil and a 360° base for right or left handed use. For safety, the kettle also offers boil-dry protection and cord storage. The BRITA cartridges are fully recyclable.


•Illuminated water gauge so you can easily view the 1.5 litre capacity which serves up to 6 cups
•With 3Kw rapid boil
•Full 360 degree rotational base for left or right handed use
•BRITA Maxtra technology filter for limescale protection
•Push button lid release for easy fill

Next cheapest according to Google is Crampton & Moore at £27.99 delivered.
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#1
think the same models on amazon for £25, so still good price on ebay.
#3
Good price, I have this kettle and am very pleased with it. Heat added
#4
Fantastic kettle. Had this for almost a year now and still no sign of lime scale! Remember to change filters every 2 months.
#5
Wish I needed a kettle :p Heat added.
#6
Terrible kettle. Had to send mine back as the lid kept popping open and spraying boiling water everywhere.
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stephendougherty
Terrible kettle. Had to send mine back as the lid kept popping open and spraying boiling water everywhere.
sure you didn't buy a sprinkler?
#8
are the filters pricey?
1 Like #9
Gball
Wish I needed a kettle :p Heat added.

Wish I did...but bought it anyway.....have a loft full of bargains, looks like a mini Argos up there now !!
1 Like #10
stephendougherty
Terrible kettle. Had to send mine back as the lid kept popping open and spraying boiling water everywhere.
The best products have issues on occasion, you had a faulty one it doesnt mean the product as a whole is terrible !!!!
#11
Are these cordless
#12
I've bought all my loved ones glass kettles for Christmas. BPA chemicals leaking from heated plastic products have scared the beejesus out of me (and apparently the tea tastes better too). No more plastic kettles for me.
#13
schnide
I've bought all my loved ones glass kettles for Christmas. BPA chemicals leaking from heated plastic products have scared the beejesus out of me (and apparently the tea tastes better too). No more plastic kettles for me.

Thats a rather serious insiniation, could you qualify your suggestion re BPA chemicals in heated plastic products as I would be interested in doing some research. Thanks
#14
TKDBlackbelt
schnide
I've bought all my loved ones glass kettles for Christmas. BPA chemicals leaking from heated plastic products have scared the beejesus out of me (and apparently the tea tastes better too). No more plastic kettles for me.

Thats a rather serious insiniation, could you qualify your suggestion re BPA chemicals in heated plastic products as I would be interested in doing some research. Thanks


Likewise never heard of this before.
#15
TKDBlackbelt
schnide
I've bought all my loved ones glass kettles for Christmas. BPA chemicals leaking from heated plastic products have scared the beejesus out of me (and apparently the tea tastes better too). No more plastic kettles for me.

Thats a rather serious insiniation, could you qualify your suggestion re BPA chemicals in heated plastic products as I would be interested in doing some research. Thanks

Just one of the first that came up, but there's plenty more and not just from the breast cancer site:

Bisphenol A - Breast Cancer Fund

More generally, there's a suggestion that the rise of cancer coincides with the prevalence of petrochemical products including plastics in the latter half of the twentieth century. So from now on, I'm cutting them out - including in cheap plastic kettles. Think about how many chemicals we're exposed to each day, against a body evolved over millions of years that was never exposed to them until recently.
#16
Yes, most baby products are now sold BPA free and have been for some time.

Only a matter of time before this is applied across the board.
#17
schnide
I've bought all my loved ones glass kettles for Christmas. BPA chemicals leaking from heated plastic products have scared the beejesus out of me (and apparently the tea tastes better too). No more plastic kettles for me.

Link to a glass kettle please, sounds like something I'd go for too.
#18
shaksy
are the filters pricey?

I usually buy mine when on offer and usually get them for about £2 each. Each one is supposed to last a month but I only change mine every 2 months.
#19
Here's what I've bought:

Sage Glass Kettle - BPA free

My mum opened it today. BPA free. The tea is much tastier too :)
#20
But the plastics used in baby products like bottles etc are softer and flexible, kettles are not. Are you sure they use BPA in kettle plastics?
#21
Out of stock :(
#22
Still OOS - assuming it won't be back as clearance item.
Any alternate filter kettle deals available?

Edited By: HangTime on Dec 30, 2014 10:08
1 Like #23
back in stock. just bought one
#24
I bought this kettle about a year ago to replace my broken one. We have really hard water here so appreciated the Brita filter.

The kettle broke within 6 months, it just stopped boiling. Even before it broke I took the brita filter out - you have to fill it in 2 lots, so to let the first lot of water drain through the filter before filling it again.

My first Morphy Richard kettle was amazing, lasted about 7 years. I bought this to replace the other one (different model) but as soon as I took it out the box I could tell the quality was much poorer than my old one. Turns out it was. Utter waste of money I'm afraid.

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