Russell Hobbs Pennine Illuminating Kettle (20444) - Stainless Steel. £19.99 with 3 year guarantee from Argos. - HotUKDeals
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Russell Hobbs Pennine Illuminating Kettle (20444) - Stainless Steel. £19.99 with 3 year guarantee from Argos.

£19.99 @ Argos
This cordless electric kettle is stainless steel (so your tea doesn't taste of plastic), it has a water gauge which lights up (so you don't boil more than you need), it uses 3KW power (boils fast), an… Read More
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This cordless electric kettle is stainless steel (so your tea doesn't taste of plastic), it has a water gauge which lights up (so you don't boil more than you need), it uses 3KW power (boils fast), and has a limescale filter and pop up lid. It comes with a 2 year guarantee but you can register it on the Russell Hobbs website to get a 3rd year. All in all this was the best value kettle I could find. True, it does not have 'half price' or a higher price crossed out shown, but that doesn't mean this isn't good value at £19.99.

Here it is on the Russell Hobbs website: http://uk.russellhobbs.com/russell-hobbs-products/kettles/coloured-kettles/illuminating-pennine-kettle-20444.html

There is a caveat to the guarantee in the instructions, as it advises it should be descaled monthly and states products returned because of faults due to scale will be subject to a repair charge.

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Who de-scales their kettle every month!?
#2
mateus
Who de-scales their kettle every month!?

I have never descaled a kettle, I must admit.

Looking online it seems a bottle of descaler which would descale a kettle ten times costs £1.50.

https://groceries.asda.com/product/limescale-removers-unblockers/oust-all-purpose-descaler/910001826279
1 Like #3
mateus
Who de-scales their kettle every month!?


ME! ... use Brita filter jug, descale with citric acid or white vinegar and keeps the kettle looking like new!
#4
mateus
Who de-scales their kettle every month!?
We would in NE London normally. I have to use de-ionized water in the Tefal Steam generator;
We purchased a cheap Lidl SilverCrest kettle which to my great surprise, sheds, rather than coats the scale.
So, although not the fastest boiler we've had, the convenience of just rinsing the scale out with a fast tap water burst, makes the Silvercrest a great buy for us.
1 Like #5
It does taste of plastic. Every other boil if you don't change the water.
1 Like #6
bought this kettle a few days ago & finding it far better than my old Kenwood kettle that i had, boils water for 1 cup in just 45 seconds & looks good too :D
#7
I posted this deal 8 months ago was the same price then so not really a deal. usual price
#8
MarkShopper
mateus
Who de-scales their kettle every month!?

I have never descaled a kettle, I must admit.

Looking online it seems a bottle of descaler which would descale a kettle ten times costs £1.50.

https://groceries.asda.com/product/limescale-removers-unblockers/oust-all-purpose-descaler/910001826279


easiest option is citric acid. its non toxic and works well.
#9
mateus
Who de-scales their kettle every month!?
Depends where you live. Here in the West Midlands we steal our (soft) water from Wales and never need to descale. In parts of the South East where I used to live the hard water can ruin a kettle in weeks.
1 Like #10
teggl97
It does taste of plastic. Every other boil if you don't change the water.
Why would a stainless steel kettle taste of plastic?
1 Like #11
I recently binned my third Russell Hobbs kettle. I dismantled each one first to check if it might be repairable, and having seen how ridiculously fragile (cheap and nasty) some of the internal components are, anything Russell Hobbs is ice cold from me.

I replaced it with one of these, mainly on the basis that it's not a Russell Hobbs and because of the "Which" recommendation:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/george-home-black-white-fast-boil-kettle-12-asda-2473610

"George Home Black (or White) Fast Boil Kettle £12.00 @ Asda

I bought one of these 'bad boys' when my last kettle packed up.it came 2nd in a 'which' magazine research not so long back .It is so fast in boiling water and the price is excellent also.I thoroughly recommend it."


I just checked and it appears to still be available at the same (£12) price.

Edited By: steve252 on Aug 18, 2016 09:43: fix link
#12
Besford
teggl97
It does taste of plastic. Every other boil if you don't change the water.
Why would a stainless steel kettle taste of plastic?

The gauge in the side is plastic and the taste will build up if the water does not get changed. It will dissapear over time
#13
steve252
I recently binned my third Russell Hobbs kettle. I dismantled each one first to check if it might be repairable, and having seen how ridiculously fragile (cheap and nasty) some of the internal components are, anything Russell Hobbs is ice cold from me.
I replaced it with one of these, mainly on the basis that it's not a Russell Hobbs and because of the "Which" recommendation:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/george-home-black-white-fast-boil-kettle-12-asda-2473610"George Home Black (or White) Fast Boil Kettle £12.00 @ Asda
I bought one of these 'bad boys' when my last kettle packed up.it came 2nd in a 'which' magazine research not so long back .It is so fast in boiling water and the price is excellent also.I thoroughly recommend it."

I just checked and it appears to still be available at the same (£12) price.
Is it plastic?
Reviews say it's very loud.
1 Like #14
mateus
Who de-scales their kettle every month!?

I use Brita jug and change filter once a month. But still I need to de-scale both the kettle and a thermos flask.

But I use only the Lemon residue (both nearly-dried pulp and peel) each time after I make Lemonade. Just boil the water with the residue in it and leave them overnight. Works magically and shining like a star!

A bit advise that remove the plastic or silicon red thing inside the kettle, it tastes much better after. I learned from another forum after two years use. what an idiot I am! oO

Edited By: Clisig on Aug 18, 2016 11:00
#15
steve252
I recently binned my third Russell Hobbs kettle. I dismantled each one first to check if it might be repairable, and having seen how ridiculously fragile (cheap and nasty) some of the internal components are, anything Russell Hobbs is ice cold from me.
I replaced it with one of these, mainly on the basis that it's not a Russell Hobbs and because of the "Which" recommendation:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/george-home-black-white-fast-boil-kettle-12-asda-2473610"George Home Black (or White) Fast Boil Kettle £12.00 @ Asda
I bought one of these 'bad boys' when my last kettle packed up.it came 2nd in a 'which' magazine research not so long back .It is so fast in boiling water and the price is excellent also.I thoroughly recommend it."

I just checked and it appears to still be available at the same (£12) price.

The Russell Hobbs has a three year guarantee though, so if it doesn't last you can claim. The Asda kettle listing does not mention a guarantee, so I presume it is covered for one year. It is £8 cheaper, but plastic and doesn't look as good. I wouldn't choose the Asda one.
1 Like #16
I got this about 3 years ago..good fast boiler but the illuminations gone...well worth the money with 3 year guarantee
#17
srp111
I posted this deal 8 months ago was the same price then so not really a deal. usual price
The model you posted is 22580. anyone know the difference?
#18
Besford
teggl97
It does taste of plastic. Every other boil if you don't change the water.
Why would a stainless steel kettle taste of plastic?
because it's not 100% steel is it.Unless that's a new kind of clear steel that is illuminated blue on the side there...JEEEEZUS
#19
teggl97
Besford
teggl97
It does taste of plastic. Every other boil if you don't change the water.
Why would a stainless steel kettle taste of plastic?
because it's not 100% steel is it.Unless that's a new kind of clear steel that is illuminated blue on the side there...JEEEEZUS
Have you tried anger management classes? You may live a little longer if you can keep your blood pressure under control! :)
#20
Besford
teggl97
Besford
teggl97
It does taste of plastic. Every other boil if you don't change the water.
Why would a stainless steel kettle taste of plastic?
because it's not 100% steel is it.Unless that's a new kind of clear steel that is illuminated blue on the side there...JEEEEZUS
Have you tried anger management classes? You may live a little longer if you can keep your blood pressure under control! :)
Can't. It stresses me out trying to find one locally!!!!!!
1 Like #21
snowee
mateus
Who de-scales their kettle every month!?


ME! ... use Brita filter jug, descale with citric acid or white vinegar and keeps the kettle looking like new!


Wish I had too, then I wouldn't need a new one
#22
Gone back up now
#23
louoli
Gone back up now

Thanks. I clicked the 'expire' button, so I presume this will disappear soon.

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