Daewoo 6.5L Slow Cooker now £16.99 / Tower LED Colour Changing Cordless Kettle £14.87 C+C w/code @ Robert Dyas
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Daewoo 6.5L Slow Cooker now £16.99 / Tower LED Colour Changing Cordless Kettle £14.87 C+C w/code @ Robert Dyas

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Found 16th Feb
You need to use code 15HALFTERM to bring the on site prices down by an extra 15% (works on most items on the site).

Link goes to the Daewoo 6.5L Slow Cooker that is now £16.99 with the code & you can find the Tower LED Colour Changing Cordless Kettle for £14.87 HERE

Both items seem to be the cheapest around by quite a margin.

You can C+C for free from over 250 stores or choose to have them delivered for an extra £3.95 (free del wys £50).

Daewoo 6.5L Slow Cooker - rrp £49.99, was £22.99, now £19.99 but is £16.99 w/code

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Enjoy the ultimate in dinnertime convenience with this 6.5 litre slow cooker from Daewoo. It’s ideally sized for cooking large family meals (with room for leftovers) and means you can switch it on in the morning, head to work or simply get on with housework and your meal will be ready when you are.

The slow cooker has three heat settings to give you extra versatility when you cook and is completely safe to leave switched on even when you’re not at home.

Tower LED Colour Changing Cordless Kettle - Black rrp £34.99, was £24.99, now £17.49 & with the code is £14.87

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Enjoy a dazzling light show with your morning brew with the LED Colour Changing Kettle from Tower. Featuring integrated LED lights, the kettle changes colour as the water inside heats up, creating an eye catching feature in your kitchen while offering heaps of functionality.

With a generous 1.7 litre capacity, the kettle is perfect for sharing your favourite hot beverage with friends and family. A large observation window with water level indicators ensures accuracy when you refill, while a one touch, button-operated flip-up lid makes it simpler than ever to refill straight from the tap.

With a cordless design and 360 degree swivel base the kettle is great for use during cooking as well as offering ease of use for both left and right handers. The kettle also features a removable filter for easy maintenance.

Features and Benefits

Unique design – Changing from blue to red through the boiling cycle this kettle is eye-catching as well as functional.

Powerful – Faster boiling from the 2200W element.

Clean, clear water – A removable filter keeps the water clear of scale deposits.
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some stupid comments about transparent attracting limescale... it doesn't appear on my glass kettle. just on the metal internal pad and, as someone rightly pointed out, on the spout.

buy powdered citric acid off ebay (million times cheaper than lemon juice) and stick couple of teaspoons in couple of inches of water and boil then leave. 30 minutes later and clean as a whistle. put some powder on a cloth and rub it on the spout until it's clean or, if you can stand it in water (tough to do but there are no electrics in the top bit to my knowledge but possibly another dumb 'fact' on my part.).

limescale will obviously reappear but the beauty of the transparency is you save money not boiling water you don't need, thereby saving energy... and you get a nice light show when the water boils... enough to make you switch off the lights in the kitchen before your cuppa and opening the lid to keep it going for a while (thereby wasting all the energy you were saving but life has to have some entertainment!)

can't say i'd be too keen on a plastic kettle though as i presume the heat would eventually permanently fog it but only an opinion and quite possibly a dumb one. so can't vouch fof the tower one but my russell one is a hot drinks dispenser with a free disco!
Edited by: "marineville" 17th Feb
ricardasgudkovas13 m ago

many 1 star reviews..


Oh dear. Seems the big problem is faulty switches. Even some of the 3-stars are reporting that.
Not much point having a pretty kettle if it doesn't work!
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12% cashback using Santander. Ends on sunday
BFCsider2 h, 10 m ago

12% cashback using Santander. Ends on sunday


I'm not seeing any Robert Dyas offers in my Santander 1-2-3 online account. What's this offer?
Click and Collect is to either Robert Dyas or Ryman.

Nice find OP, thanks
Just ordered the kettle with Quidco cashback and free delivery to local Ryman. Will go nice with the new kitchen. Thanks!
itm2 h, 10 m ago

I'm not seeing any Robert Dyas offers in my Santander 1-2-3 online …I'm not seeing any Robert Dyas offers in my Santander 1-2-3 online account. What's this offer?


On the retailer offers section of the app
Is it glass or plastic?
I think it will be a demonstration event at the next Olympics - "Watching the Kettle Boil" - ideal for the BBC
Don't forget to check halifax cashback, currently 12% which would be on top of what you already get off.
many 1 star reviews..
RGB1 h, 4 m ago

Is it glass or plastic?


Specification
  • Material: Plastic
  • Power: 2200W
  • Capacity: 1.7L
  • Anti-scale filter: Yes
  • 360 degree base: Yes
  • Cordless
  • Cord storage
  • LED lights
  • One-touch pop-up lid
  • Dimensions: H23 x W20.5 x D16.5cm
  • Colour: Black
ricardasgudkovas13 m ago

many 1 star reviews..


Oh dear. Seems the big problem is faulty switches. Even some of the 3-stars are reporting that.
Not much point having a pretty kettle if it doesn't work!
I wondered should it need descaling...
There are some parts of kettle I dont wish to see.
fill kettle boil water switch off pour out water wtf needs a light show!!
Speaking from a previous glass kettle owner...AVOID a complete limescale magnet (same as normal really you just notice it more)

I had a branded one and non branded and bits started coming off them both “/
davening50 m ago

I wondered should it need descaling...There are some parts of kettle I …I wondered should it need descaling...There are some parts of kettle I dont wish to see.


I don't think a kettle exists where this doesn't happen?

Anyway put in two tablespoons or so of lemon juice and 500ml of water. Bring to the boil. Depending on how much limescale there is you might need to repeat the process until its all gone. I still get limescale around the lid though.
davening1 h, 8 m ago

I wondered should it need descaling...There are some parts of kettle I …I wondered should it need descaling...There are some parts of kettle I dont wish to see.



Indeed these look terrible
some stupid comments about transparent attracting limescale... it doesn't appear on my glass kettle. just on the metal internal pad and, as someone rightly pointed out, on the spout.

buy powdered citric acid off ebay (million times cheaper than lemon juice) and stick couple of teaspoons in couple of inches of water and boil then leave. 30 minutes later and clean as a whistle. put some powder on a cloth and rub it on the spout until it's clean or, if you can stand it in water (tough to do but there are no electrics in the top bit to my knowledge but possibly another dumb 'fact' on my part.).

limescale will obviously reappear but the beauty of the transparency is you save money not boiling water you don't need, thereby saving energy... and you get a nice light show when the water boils... enough to make you switch off the lights in the kitchen before your cuppa and opening the lid to keep it going for a while (thereby wasting all the energy you were saving but life has to have some entertainment!)

can't say i'd be too keen on a plastic kettle though as i presume the heat would eventually permanently fog it but only an opinion and quite possibly a dumb one. so can't vouch fof the tower one but my russell one is a hot drinks dispenser with a free disco!
Edited by: "marineville" 17th Feb
RGB5 h, 29 m ago

Is it glass or plastic?



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Looks really cool :-)
LewisIOM50 m ago

Looks really cool :-)


Hot is more appropriate
I have this one in my kitchen and it has several problems. First, the blue LED is on all the time, second, most times I grab the handle the lid pops open, and third, sometimes when I turn it on it just turns itself of the next second.
I have a glass transparent kettle and I love it. Pure quality. I do fin i clean it more often with some lemon juice once a week but it also means the water in my tea is clean too! Also as someone above mentioned its easy to boil just the amount you need saving you money. Ive had mine for years and its starting to leak. It's a shame they're all in the £50 mark though
I have a Daewoo car, that's slow too!
Thank u for this post!!! Been looking for a new Slow Cooker n I’ve just ordered two!!!
I thought to have a look around for a glass colour changing kettle and stumbled on this for £15.99, actually lots of them... except only a blue led. Hmmm...

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Oh man! heat added
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