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Russell Hobbs Glass Dome Kettle £32.79 @ Robert Dyas

£32.79 @ Robert Dyas
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#1
I got one almost identical from Lidl for £18 a while ago - not an RH one - but does the job....
#2
I have got this. If you have hard water it does really chalk up and look a bit ugly. I clean mine inside every couple of days as i i live in a hard water area. Does look great apart from that though. I sent my last one back and had it replaced as the lid stopped opening (year gaurantee)
#3
Cooperuk
I got one almost identical from Lidl for £18 a while ago - not an RH one - but does the job....


I'm getting a glass one when current one breaks. Does the glass stay clean on the inside or do you need to clean it regularly?

Edit: Just read mandles post ......I won't be getting one after all !!

Edited By: Caz42 on Mar 16, 2011 20:01
#4
This kettle does look nice... but just a word of warning - if your water is quite hard, this will scale up from the first time you use it!!
I had one and it looked gorgeous the first couple of times I used it, but then the dreaded scale (which no-one normally sees in your kettle) starts to mist up the glass.....and before you know it you are spending more time and money descaling it than you can ever imagine possible (if you want it to stay looking like it did when you bought it, that is!)
I could not fault the kettle itself, it just wasn't suitable for my water! I know NOW not to buy another glass kettle - lesson learnt - but it's one of those things that doesn't actually cross your mind til it's too late!
My glass kettle is now kept in the cupboard, in the box, and just used for emergencies in case of kettle failure!!
Sorry OP I just had to tell peple before they make the same mistake I did!
Otherwise, if your tap water isn't that bad then this kettle is lovely, thank you!!
#5
I did read about limescale buildup before I bought but it's not a problem where I live fortunately.

There's nothing like this at my lidl so that's not really an option atm.

I like that it's glass, no plasticky or metallic taste.
#6
marleyd
This kettle does look nice... but just a word of warning - if your water is quite hard, this will scale up from the first time you use it!!
I had one and it looked gorgeous the first couple of times I used it, but then the dreaded scale (which no-one normally sees in your kettle) starts to mist up the glass.....and before you know it you are spending more time and money descaling it than you can ever imagine possible (if you want it to stay looking like it did when you bought it, that is!)
I could not fault the kettle itself, it just wasn't suitable for my water! I know NOW not to buy another glass kettle - lesson learnt - but it's one of those things that doesn't actually cross your mind til it's too late!
My glass kettle is now kept in the cupboard, in the box, and just used for emergencies in case of kettle failure!!
Sorry OP I just had to tell peple before they make the same mistake I did!
Otherwise, if your tap water isn't that bad then this kettle is lovely, thank you!!


it's a fair point, did you try filtering the water (using brita filter) before boiling? a bit of a hassle, i know.
#7
I'm in a soft water area so I've never seen limescale, wonder if it would be ok then. They are quite dear so wouldn't like it to end up in the garage after a couple of weeks.
#8
zurich
I did read about limescale buildup before I bought but it's not a problem where I live fortunately.

There's nothing like this at my lidl so that's not really an option atm.

I like that it's glass, no plasticky or metallic taste.


Yeah, i agree with that comment , that is why i coninue to use mine even though it is always scaling up. Just my opinion but i feel better with the thought that i am drinking regularly from one made of glass than metal or plastic.
Must add that that i only clean it with rubbing my fingers around the inside and swilling it around as it comes off quite easily if you keep on top of it.
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I have had thick kettle for a year now, yes it does get a bit of build up in the bottom but nothing a bit of limescale remover won't cure. It clear part stays lovely and clean and it pours fantastic, isn't that what its all about in the end... I paid £50 for mine so a bargain....
#10
Kiddy Cat Dawn
I have had thick kettle for a year now, yes it does get a bit of build up in the bottom but nothing a bit of limescale remover won't cure. It clear part stays lovely and clean and it pours fantastic, isn't that what its all about in the end... I paid £50 for mine so a bargain....


Well you should have bought an intelligent kettle rather than a thick one, and maybe it would have been self cleaning.

Edited By: Caz42 on Mar 17, 2011 17:26: .
#11
Caz42
Kiddy Cat Dawn
I have had thick kettle for a year now, yes it does get a bit of build up in the bottom but nothing a bit of limescale remover won't cure. It clear part stays lovely and clean and it pours fantastic, isn't that what its all about in the end... I paid £50 for mine so a bargain....


Well you should have bought an intelligent kettle rather than a thick one, and maybe it would have been self cleaning.

Very well put, bad typo on my part, but very funny. Still a good kettle though...

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