Cookworks Signature Black Kettle - now £8.59 @ Argos
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Cookworks Signature Black Kettle - now £8.59 @ Argos

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Found 27th Feb 2010Made hot 1st Mar 2010
* 2.2kW.
* 1.7 litre capacity.
* Dry boil protection.
* Water gauge.
* Automatic switch off.
* Illuminated power indicator.

14 Comments

Just what I needed, thanks.

Bought this last week. It's good and looks nice, but the lid on ours is loose.

Good whilst they last and it's only £8.59

Bought a cookworks the other week and all you could taste was the plastic from the kettle.

Cookworks stuff is very cheap and nasty and won't last very long.

Can anyone recommend a better kettle , thanks

snoopy18;7987745

Can anyone recommend a better kettle , thanks



I bought this one in the end, and it boils very fast and is nice.

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

philmitchell;7988121

I bought this one in the end, and it boils very fast and is … I bought this one in the end, and it boils very fast and is nice.http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4233529/Trail/searchtext%3EKETTLE.htm



Thanks for that will have a look

snoopy18;7987745

Can anyone recommend a better kettle , thanks



Would like to know also?

A recommended kettle please, expensive or not!

man, i still have a cheap non branded 2ltr woolworths kettle i bought a few years back (about 4) and still runs as good as new!

Buy some Citric acid (looks like salt) and pour into your kettle with water covering the areas with limescale, then boil the water!

do this process 3 times if its your first time, rinsing it well after each time following the same steps (btw about 2tbs a time is good enough)

after that do it every month or so and it keeps your kettle shinning and limescale free! much better then the chemical ones you can buy from some shops!

haha, be sure to empty and rinse the kettle after cleaning process, you don't want sour coffee/tea!

Picked one up yesterday - very good reviews
argos.co.uk/sta…JUN

I have one of these looks really nice but the spout is the wrong shape and water goes everywhere , even if you pour slowly. I have complained to argos and taking it back.. it is a shame has it is a nice looking design and matches my kitchen.. still trying to find a new one tho... any ideas.

Our kettle gave up last night - need to find a red one now. well, would like to find a red one.

Anyone else get one of these?
Need a kettle tomorrow but the leaky pouring is putting me off this bargain a little :thinking:


teddyshady;7993920

Buy some Citric acid (looks like salt) and pour into your kettle with … Buy some Citric acid (looks like salt) and pour into your kettle with water covering the areas with limescale, then boil the water!do this process 3 times if its your first time, rinsing it well after each time following the same steps (btw about 2tbs a time is good enough)after that do it every month or so and it keeps your kettle shinning and limescale free! much better then the chemical ones you can buy from some shops!haha, be sure to empty and rinse the kettle after cleaning process, you don't want sour coffee/tea!



He's not only a top guy - He's Kim Woodburn ;-)
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