Russell Hobbs Stylis Kettle was £59.99 now £22.49 @ argos - HotUKDeals
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Black.
3kW.
Concealed element.
Rapid boil.
1.7 litre capacity.
Dry boil protection.
Safety cut out.
Removable, washable limescale filter.
Water gauge.
Illuminated water window.
Automatic switch off.
360 degree base.
Non slip feet.
Cord storage.
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#1
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/58-4233495A72UC606800X.jpg
#2
Lovely looking kettle. Does it show every mark though?
#3
IMO from over-priced to normal priced.
#4
cold, picked this up from TJ Hughes at weekend for £19.95 had choice of this or the white and grey one
#5
Ive got this kettle. Got it for just under £30 in currys a few months back. Excellent kettle even at that price so great at this price.
#6
Already posted http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/520199/russell-hobbs-stylis-kettle-amazon- but this post has more info and a better pic! :thumbsup:
#7
I have the exact same kettle, in a stainless steel finish.... and that's the problem - it has a film of material over a plastic body (in this case black film, in mine, it is shiny metallic material)

Apart from a very poor lid which jams often, it was fine at first, although the film damages very easily but even if not damaged, after a few months of usethe film starts to lift off the plastic underneath (& looks awful!), then soon after that starts to crack off

Not very durable at all :-(
#8
This deal is boiling hot! Cant believe nobody went for that gag yet...ahhh, I bathe in my own humour.
#9
After several years & several kettles of various flash looks & costing lots of cash, I now buy cheapo kettles which funnily enough are proving more durable, alot of deterioration seens to come from the seating of cordless kettles, especially the round male/ female connection which braeaks off ALOT!

try not to spend more than £8.00 on em now, & not having to argue with various brands customer service (inclusive of the above brand) who invariably IF they pick it up for examination, will say " you didn't de-scale it every week in a hard water area so the warranty is void" ..cop out every time, thats the only guarantee you get witha kettle.
#10
Heat added. Reserved pick up tomorrow to replace our aging pile of cr*p which boilds its guts out everytime it boils...
Question: Could this be considered a Xmas pressy for the other half or is that just showing up my northern tightness?
1 Like #11
This is on sale at Tesco at £20 for quite some time. instore and online..

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.204-3007.aspx
#12
Got a Russell Hobbs toaster and kettle as wedding gifts, the led in the 'on' button went within a year and the limescale filter didn't last much longer.

The toaster jammed once and nearly burnt the house down.

On both items the labels come off when wipped - really not handy on a toaster!

I wouldn't buy another Russell Hobbs item after those experiences.

Stainless steel isn't all that, it expells all the heat through the skin and is quite dangerous.

Just offering an opinion on the brand asscociated to the deal is all folks.
#13
Great deal Thank You
#14
catchmk
This is on sale at Tesco at £20 for quite some time. instore and online..

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.204-3007.aspx


As pointed out by catchmk, cheaper at Tesco and so COLD
#15
catchmk
This is on sale at Tesco at £20 for quite some time. instore and online..

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.204-3007.aspx


no don't you see. That one is only half price, this one is down from £59.99. /s
#16
jamesdew
no don't you see. That was is only half price, this one is down from £59.99. /s


lol :p great deal indeed then !
banned#17
pet2000;6980003
IMO from over-priced to normal priced.

+1

the rrp is £49.99 which is ridiculous

£19.99 at amazon albeit a different colour
banned#18
Gitfinger;6983405
Already posted http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/520199/russell-hobbs-stylis-kettle-amazon- but this post has more info and a better pic! :thumbsup:

thats at amazon! :?
#19
csiman;7149042
thats at amazon! :?


Nope, it's the Argos one. The title just compares the price to Amazon's.

Anyway, wanted to buy it since our current Breville kettle is dying but none of the 10 stores nearest to me are in stock. :(
#20
good kettle, got it a few weeks back, boils really quickly, and from argos you can get the 3 year extended guarantee for a few quid.
#21
pet2000;6980003
IMO from over-priced to normal priced.


Agreed.

MR GUS;7146369
After several years & several kettles of various flash looks & costing lots of cash, I now buy cheapo kettles which funnily enough are proving more durable, alot of deterioration seens to come from the seating of cordless kettles, especially the round male/ female connection which braeaks off ALOT!
I've had a Philips cordless kettle for 15 years. No problem with the connector at all. Of course they don't make them any more but I do wonder whether your £8-a-shot is a bit of a false economy.
tdogg;7150161
good kettle, got it a few weeks back, boils really quickly, and from argos you can get the 3 year extended guarantee for a few quid.
It's 3kW so will boil quite quickly, but of course will boil just as quickly as any other 3kW kettle.
#22
Gitfinger
Already posted http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/520199/russell-hobbs-stylis-kettle-amazon- but this post has more info and a better pic! :thumbsup:


also it was a month ago
#23
We got this kettle in Tesco about 6 months ago for £19.99, RRP is well over priced its certainly isnt worth £59.99, £20 I was happy to pay for it.
#24
Got this kettle for £20 about two months Picture doesn't do it justice. It is actually much tackier and cheaper looking in real life.

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