Bosch 20TWK76033GB Village Collection Kettle £22 @ Amazon
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Bosch 20TWK76033GB Village Collection Kettle £22 @ Amazon

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Found 19th Apr
  • Experience the convenience of the Bosch village collection kettle with rapid boil, leaving you with more time to enjoy your drink
  • Benefit from the concealed heating element designed to reduce limescale build-up for a longer lasting use
  • Boil water safely with the triple safety feature that includes automatic shut-off, overheat boil dry protection and switch-off when lifted from base
  • Enjoy the easy operation with one-touch lid opening for easy filling
  • Have the benefit of versatility for both left and right handed users with the 360 degrees base
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Looks like recent reviews are a bit up and down.

It's been lower (£19.50) but not for a couple of years.

I'm a fan of Bosch but not sure I'd go for this one...
I've owned this kettle for less than a year and it's in need of replacement already.

Not sure if it's the design (a very round spout) or a hairline gap where the two halves have been joined together, but it frequently leaks/dribbles when pouring. It's becoming impossible to get water in the cup without getting the worktop and floor too.

Not voting on the deal, but would not recommend the product.
Personally, I wouldn't recommend any Bosch kettles. The only thing they have going for them is a two year guarantee - which you'll probably need!
Edited by: "Stompa" 19th Apr
Gotta love the selling points, rapid boil (because kettle are so slow) Boils water safely ( kind of what most kettles do) Have the benefit of versatility for both left and right handed users (10% of the population are left handed) me included it is not that big a deal when using a kettle, it is hot be careful applies to righties too ! One touch lid for easy filling, pretty sure most kettle do not have a combination lock? Sorry overpriced, with no real advantage other than the colour from a basic cordless kettle. not voting so no need to reply
stu3857 h, 39 m ago

I've owned this kettle for less than a year and it's in need of …I've owned this kettle for less than a year and it's in need of replacement already.Not sure if it's the design (a very round spout) or a hairline gap where the two halves have been joined together, but it frequently leaks/dribbles when pouring. It's becoming impossible to get water in the cup without getting the worktop and floor too.Not voting on the deal, but would not recommend the product.


Just unlucky. My Bosch kettle it still going strong after about 10 years.
This is the price from quite a while for black and white one.
I owned this kettle. After about a year it tripped the fuse and stopped working. Credit to Bosch they send a free replacement, however, as the do, warranty wasn't extended. The second kettle just stopped working out of the blue after warranty ran out. I'd look elsewhere but truth is nowadays products are being designed in finance department.
I can echo some of the above comments. I was a big fan of Bosch previously but it started to leak badly whilst pouring. I’ll be replacing mine with another brand quite soon. Cold for me for that reason, I’d discourage anyone from purchasing!
winni771 h, 58 m ago

I owned this kettle. After about a year it tripped the fuse and stopped …I owned this kettle. After about a year it tripped the fuse and stopped working. Credit to Bosch they send a free replacement, however, as the do, warranty wasn't extended. The second kettle just stopped working out of the blue after warranty ran out. I'd look elsewhere but truth is nowadays products are being designed in finance department.


I have this one, it's been good for about 17 months, and it gets a lot of use but no doubt will clap out soon, they all do - having tried most other brands over the past 40 years I have long ago run out of other brands to try, (Breville being the shortest lived of all!) so tend to think of them as disposable and buy whatever 3Kw model that looks OK and is cheap at the time.
winni774 h, 4 m ago

Credit to Bosch they send a free replacement, however, as the do, warranty …Credit to Bosch they send a free replacement, however, as the do, warranty wasn't extended.


i must have got through more than half a dozen Bosch kettles purchased from John Lewis, who would happily replace them when they failed and reset the warranty. As you say though, getting them replaced by Bosch results in no warranty extension which is pretty annoying.
stu38518 h, 40 m ago

I've owned this kettle for less than a year and it's in need of …I've owned this kettle for less than a year and it's in need of replacement already.Not sure if it's the design (a very round spout) or a hairline gap where the two halves have been joined together, but it frequently leaks/dribbles when pouring. It's becoming impossible to get water in the cup without getting the worktop and floor too.Not voting on the deal, but would not recommend the product.


Yep. Ours and my MIL's Bosch village also drip. Just replaced with an excellent Breville for £27 - bit more, but is a fantastic pourer. Voted cold - I think I paid £15 2-3 years ago and it' not worth it
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