Glass Kettle for £19.99 at Aldi from Thursday 13th November with 3 year warranty.
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Glass Kettle for £19.99 at Aldi from Thursday 13th November with 3 year warranty.

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Found 9th Nov 2014
Glass Kettle for £19.99 at Aldi from 13/11/14
Kettle lights up blue when in use.
Add some style to your kitchen with this fashionable transparent design.
Seems a good price for this type of kettle as they usually retail for more than this.

Description:
1.7 litre capacity
Easy lift 360° connector on power base
Automatic switch-off
Available in Stainless Steel
Product reference: 62583

23 Comments

Yay I can see all the lime scale!

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fazered

Yay I can see all the lime scale!


Good job too, then you'll know when it needs cleaning!!
Edited by: "sscm" 9th Nov 2014

What make is this?

I've got the Russell Hobbs one and it's really good

fazered

Yay I can see all the lime scale!



Depends where you live, we have never had to worry about limescale

Looks good to me,heat added

Lovely kettle - especially with clear Scottish water in it

fazered

Yay I can see all the lime scale!


Exactly! Have had a glass one for years and unless you live in a limescale free area, I could NOT recommend buying one!

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fazered

Yay I can see all the lime scale!



So when you can't see the lime scale it's ok to consume....

Looks fab

Banned

fazered

Yay I can see all the lime scale!



Not if you clean it.

Banned

mk-donald

Exactly! Have had a glass one for years and unless you live in a … Exactly! Have had a glass one for years and unless you live in a limescale free area, I could NOT recommend buying one!



Rinse it once a week with vinegar, sparkly clean forever.

Guyz - lighten up on limescale - the minerals are in your water supply anyway - they get deposited in a kettle instead of being drunk.

Surely it's only an issue when:
a) pieces of limescale deposit become detached and you get 'crunchy' hot water;
b) the limescale attaching to the heating element makes the heat transfer less efficient so you waste money;
c) the limescale deposits make the kettle interior surfaces LOOK ugly= what the problem with these see thru kettles in some water areas;
d) anyway you need to periodically clean your kettle - so if you want/have to do it "once a week" with a glass kettle rather than the more normal "once a blue moon" = housework creation for no real benefit ?

Having seen friends' kettles : a happy medium is one of those kettles with multi-coloured lighting and a 'window' (that also facilitates knowing how full you've filled it) - ie that adds a bit of colourful drama to the boil (and still "wastes" a bit of electricity and adds an extra thing to go wrong).

Edited by: "mk-donald" 9th Nov 2014

use a tea spoon of citric acid then boil in your kettle to clean it then dispose of the boiled water. gets rid of layers of limescale in one go. did that with a inherited kettle and it was good as new in one boil.

Anyone who bought one last time able to weigh the kettle without water in? I know it will be heavy, just not how heavy.

Wonder what the minimum water level is, my kettle will boil 1 cup.

Why pay £20, when you can get a very decent safe clean kettle for less than £10 and it clicks to tell you its done. I guess some people are so bored they need to see boiling watter bobbles.

If you do buy this keep your receipt safe because I can guarantee it won't last 3 years

jase99

If you do buy this keep your receipt safe because I can guarantee it … If you do buy this keep your receipt safe because I can guarantee it won't last 3 years



Got me worried now, I've bought one! Why do you guarantee?

Purchased this 2 weeks ago!
Amazing and so was the after sales lady when I asked about the guarantee she re-assured me that as long as I have my receipt it is under warranty!
Good enough for me and just adds that little something to my kitchen

do we know what brand this actually is?

never saw these in my store

lost receipt, got in december, lid snapped off can i still return
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