Philips HD4669 Black Kettle - Was £40, now £25! @ Debenhams - HotUKDeals
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With this black jug kettle - HD4669 you can reduce energy consumption and only boil what you need with the use of the unique cup water level indicator.

This black jug kettle - HD4669 features a pilot light and cup indicator. This product was previously sold at the higher price in 6 Debenhams stores.
Pilot light
Cup indicator
Black finish
Cordless
Non-slip feet
Ergonomic grip
Cord storage
Automatic shut-off
Double boil-dry protection
360-degree base
Lid as well as spout filling
Flat heating element
Power: 2500-3000 W
Voltage: 220-240 V
Frequency: 50ª60 Hz
Cord length: 0.75m
Capacity: 1.7 L
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When they say it's got a pilot light do they mean a light that illuminates when you turn it on? Because I think every electric kettle ever made has one of those. Or do they mean a pilot light like in a boiler? :)
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With this black jug kettle - HD4669 you can reduce energy consumption and only boil what you need with the use of the unique cup water level indicator.


What an amazing concept -0 like you cant do that with the markings on a normal kettle...
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mccririck
With this black jug kettle - HD4669 you can reduce energy consumption and only boil what you need with the use of the unique cup water level indicator.


What an amazing concept -0 like you cant do that with the markings on a normal kettle...


What they mean is most kettles don't have individual cup markings, especially down to the one cup level. A lot of kettles have markings for 0.5L, 1L, 1.5L etc, and even those that have actual cup markings are difficult to guess just a single cup amount as the markings may start at say 2 cups onwards. This new energy saving is becoming more common on more kettles recently, so it can only be a good thing right?

I have just bought this kettle and can confirm it looks good and the cup markings are surprisingly accurate!
#4
I know that, mine just has 0.5L markings too, but you know what? I have learned how much water to put in for 1 cup. It wasn't difficult.

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