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Cookworks Illuminated Kettle - Brushed Stainless Steel for £11.99 @ Argos (Free C&C / or Russell Hobbs 20444 Pennine £17.99)
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Cookworks Illuminated Kettle - Brushed Stainless Steel for £11.99 @ Argos (Free C&C / or Russell Hobbs 20444 Pennine £17.99)

£11.99£19.9940%Argos Deals
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Posted 26th Jun
Smart looking illuminated kettle. Reduced to lowest price Seems to have good reviews too

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This Cookworks stainless steel kettle is the ideal beverage buddy. Its rapid boil function means no foot tapping whilst you wait for your cuppa and the blue illuminating gauge gives it a modern, stylish look for your kitchen. What's more, if there's not enough water left, this clever kettle will protect itself by automatically switching off. Is that enough to tempt you?

  • 3 kW.
  • 1.7 litre capacity.
  • Rapid boil.
  • Boil dry protection - automatically switches off when the kettle is empty.
  • Removable and washable limescale filter.
  • Illuminated water window.
  • Clear illumination on boiling.
  • Pull back lid.
  • 360 degree base.

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Alternatively if you would like to go slightly more premium I am happy to recommend to the following kettle:-

Russell Hobbs 20444 Pennine 2 Illuminating Kettle - St Steel - currently showing for £39.99 but actually discounted to £17.99 once you add to trolley

3253003-SJzjL.jpgThe Russell Hobbs Pennine kettle is an elegant, polished stainless-steel kettle that has a blue illuminated water when boiling. You can now measure out and boil exactly what you need with the internal 'rapid boil zone' indicators. One cup will only take 45 seconds, and the perfect pour spout avoids water spillage, making this kettle a real delight.
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What does "brushed" mean in the stainless steel?
I got it, very good. A bit noisy, sound like a n aeroplane
Switch it on hour before you need a cuppa be ready by then. So slow at boiling.
jafarabas78626/06/2019 06:13

What does "brushed" mean in the stainless steel?


In that the surface looks as though it has been 'brushed' with a wire brush.
Jizzmeister26/06/2019 14:13

In that the surface looks as though it has been 'brushed' with a wire …In that the surface looks as though it has been 'brushed' with a wire brush.


Thank you maaa love.
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