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Bosch TWK8633GB Styline Collection Cordless Kettle, 1.5 Litre - Black & Stainless Steel £52.99 at Amazon
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Bosch TWK8633GB Styline Collection Cordless Kettle, 1.5 Litre - Black & Stainless Steel £52.99 at Amazon

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The Bosch styline kettle benefits from an array of features including digital temperature settings and a keep warm function to compliment its looks and powerful 3000 W element. It has the ability to boil as little as one cup.
Key features: - The base unit has the intergrated cable storage as well as the control for the four temperature settings for brewing a variety of drinks - 70/80/90/100 degrees Celsius. The keep warm function retains water at the desired temperate for up to 30 minutes. The Acoustic ready signal lets you know when the kettle has boiled.
Others Features include: - Stainless steel interior base with concealed heating element for less limescale build up.
Double sided water level indicator. 360 degree base for left and right-handed users. Box Contains 1 x Bosch Kettle & base 1x Instructional Manual

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Had one of these for a good few years, brilliant kettle, very quick to boil

Oh, there are instructions out there on how to de-beep it:
bobogago30/06/2020 19:30

Had one about 15 years - still going strong.


This model is less than 15 years in the market. I had the exact model and it broke after 1 year.
dc244730/06/2020 20:52

I looked at this when it was 40. It's often 40[Image] I'd wait until it …I looked at this when it was 40. It's often 40[Image] I'd wait until it was 40 again if set on it.Personally I went with the Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser and it's life changingUnless you make pots of tea, then, not so much


According to the graph it hasn’t been £40 since 2016...
Had one about 15 years - still going strong.
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Had one about 15 years - still going strong.
bobogago30/06/2020 19:30

Had one about 15 years - still going strong.


Not quite as good at 8 years old or should I say young.
@bobogago & @stevieboy1
would you say its worth it more than buying a kettle for just under £30?

I only ask as a friend is looking for a kettle and has trouble with the switches on the side breaking in the past
Diamond_Studd30/06/2020 19:40

@bobogago & @stevieboy1 would you say its worth it more than buying a …@bobogago & @stevieboy1 would you say its worth it more than buying a kettle for just under £30?I only ask as a friend is looking for a kettle and has trouble with the switches on the side breaking in the past


Depends. It’ll probably last longer. The temperature buttons are useful - usually only heat to 90 degrees for coffee or green tea. I think I bought it because it looked cool, though
bobogago30/06/2020 19:56

Depends. It’ll probably last longer. The temperature buttons are useful - u …Depends. It’ll probably last longer. The temperature buttons are useful - usually only heat to 90 degrees for coffee or green tea. I think I bought it because it looked cool, though


Thank you thats very useful
Take care
bobogago30/06/2020 19:30

Had one about 15 years - still going strong.


This model is less than 15 years in the market. I had the exact model and it broke after 1 year.
Good kettle at a decent price, however it is worth mentioning that it has quite a loud beep when switching on and when it reaches temperature. Doesn't bother us but worth knowing.
Diamond_Studd30/06/2020 19:40

@bobogago & @stevieboy1 would you say its worth it more than buying a …@bobogago & @stevieboy1 would you say its worth it more than buying a kettle for just under £30?I only ask as a friend is looking for a kettle and has trouble with the switches on the side breaking in the past


I have had mine over 3 years still as good as the day I bought it best kettle I ever bought
Daray30/06/2020 20:07

This model is less than 15 years in the market. I had the exact model and …This model is less than 15 years in the market. I had the exact model and it broke after 1 year.


Amazon has it as first available in 2010. I had a new kitchen fitted in 2009 so it may have been around then. Feels longer. Maybe time speeds up as you get old.
Had one of these for a good few years, brilliant kettle, very quick to boil

Oh, there are instructions out there on how to de-beep it:
GW6130/06/2020 20:09

Good kettle at a decent price, however it is worth mentioning that it has …Good kettle at a decent price, however it is worth mentioning that it has quite a loud beep when switching on and when it reaches temperature. Doesn't bother us but worth knowing.


I had one replaced and the "newer" one has a much quiter beep compared to the ones prior.
I use a very similar model and I think I’ve had it for 8 years now too. Work from home (especially now!) use it so many times a day at different temperatures and keeping water warm. It’s great.
bobogago30/06/2020 20:28

Amazon has it as first available in 2010. I had a new kitchen fitted in …Amazon has it as first available in 2010. I had a new kitchen fitted in 2009 so it may have been around then. Feels longer. Maybe time speeds up as you get old.


This sounds about right...both launching date and time running away
I looked at this when it was 40. It's often 40
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I'd wait until it was 40 again if set on it.

Personally I went with the Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser and it's life changing

Unless you make pots of tea, then, not so much
I want the AEG..
dc244730/06/2020 20:52

I looked at this when it was 40. It's often 40[Image] I'd wait until it …I looked at this when it was 40. It's often 40[Image] I'd wait until it was 40 again if set on it.Personally I went with the Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser and it's life changingUnless you make pots of tea, then, not so much


Heh. I have a Breville Hot Cup as well - it’s great. Maybe I drink too much tea and coffee.
Absolute garbage don't waste your money.

The one I ordered did not last three weeks before leaking from the base.
Daray30/06/2020 20:07

This model is less than 15 years in the market. I had the exact model and …This model is less than 15 years in the market. I had the exact model and it broke after 1 year.


Ours lasted 2 years, internal screw came loose somehow. It did look great but a £5 "quick replacement" is performing just as well!
dc244730/06/2020 20:52

I looked at this when it was 40. It's often 40[Image] I'd wait until it …I looked at this when it was 40. It's often 40[Image] I'd wait until it was 40 again if set on it.Personally I went with the Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser and it's life changingUnless you make pots of tea, then, not so much


Yeah, I looked at getting one of these a couple of years ago. It was regularly on sale for around £40 and had been for a while. I know Covid and all that but £40 is its real price point.
Had 6 of these (white variant), all died within a couple of years. Sometimes the base died, sometimes the kettle.
Anyway, have updated to the new version with the sliding touch screen temperature gauge, a miles better bit built of kit.
dc244730/06/2020 20:52

I looked at this when it was 40. It's often 40[Image] I'd wait until it …I looked at this when it was 40. It's often 40[Image] I'd wait until it was 40 again if set on it.Personally I went with the Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser and it's life changingUnless you make pots of tea, then, not so much


According to the graph it hasn’t been £40 since 2016...
I paid £70 a year ago. It's my second one. First one died after 3 years. Good kettle though.
Had ours about 6 years now I think. Still going strong
I've had this for about 3 years...started leaking from the base just outside of warranty and Bosch didn't want to know. It still happens on new ones being sold to this day (check reviews) yet Bosch refuse to acknowledge it as a design fault.

It is reasonable easy to fix though if you're comfortable taking it apart and using a bit of araldite.
Pay for themselves in a year as many heatings do not need boiling water so good for the environment and the pocket as well.
Bring back the Bosch Filtrino. My one has been going for about 4 years. The top button to change temp got a bit stuck but WD40 contact cleaner soon fixed it.

This looks good. Heat.
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BEEEEEEP!
Bosch used to be a strong reliable brand. Not anymore. Bad experience with other appliances bought recently
Eddy66630/06/2020 20:32

Had one of these for a good few years, brilliant kettle, very quick to …Had one of these for a good few years, brilliant kettle, very quick to boilOh, there are instructions out there on how to de-beep it: [Video]



LMAO - I was expecting the video to be holding a button down for a few seconds!! So you're basically paying £52.99 for an overpriced kettle and then having to take it apart, breaking the electronics inside and voiding your warranty to make it stop beeping at you!! LOL
Daray30/06/2020 20:07

This model is less than 15 years in the market. I had the exact model and …This model is less than 15 years in the market. I had the exact model and it broke after 1 year.


me too its crap build quality
hyper30/06/2020 21:08

Absolute garbage don't waste your money.The one I ordered did not last …Absolute garbage don't waste your money.The one I ordered did not last three weeks before leaking from the base.


I bought this second hand with the matching toaster over 5 years ago and it’s still going strong. I think you may have just gotten unlucky with yours
computerrobot01/07/2020 03:19

me too its crap build quality


It's weird that some people rave about this but others have issues.

I think some users probably want those old skool metal kettles if their bashing it around when using it. Or is it actually poor build quality?

I don't own one so can't say. The fact that the beep can't be switched off does seem like poor design.
My parents had one and the build quality was poor - leaking after a year. It was also very very noisy.
landros130/06/2020 23:46

Pay for themselves in a year as many heatings do not need boiling water …Pay for themselves in a year as many heatings do not need boiling water so good for the environment and the pocket as well.


Can you share your calculation on how it will save £52.99 of electricity?
Really want one, but the many negative reviews of not lasting and leaks has out me off.
Our kettle is very heavily used in the household and £50+ is a little steep for me if it needs replacing any time short
Master_Yoda01/07/2020 03:18

LMAO - I was expecting the video to be holding a button down for a few …LMAO - I was expecting the video to be holding a button down for a few seconds!! So you're basically paying £52.99 for an overpriced kettle and then having to take it apart, breaking the electronics inside and voiding your warranty to make it stop beeping at you!! LOL


It only beeps once when you turn on then once when it's done boiling - doesn't bother me.
3 years already and going strong. Take from curry's with extended warranty for a peace of mind
bobogago30/06/2020 19:30

Had one about 15 years - still going strong.


Me too lol best kettle i have ever bought
The beep will drive you to remove it if you should choose to buy this. But yes, good kettle and dead fast to boil. Don't think I payed this much for it though.
I would like a completely plastic free kettle. Have been looking for ages.
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