GROHE 30058001 | Red 2.0 Duo Tap | 4L Boiler at Amazon for £598.72
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GROHE 30058001 | Red 2.0 Duo Tap | 4L Boiler at Amazon for £598.72

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Found 30th Mar
Normally around £1k. Cheaper than buying 110 £5.49 kettles
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DOH, I just bought 110 kettles. I am so mad at myself I could reach boiling point.
Edited by: "mannin" 30th Mar
I had 110 kettles in my basket and was about order them when they suddenly all went OOS
Phew !
Edited by: "Adult" 30th Mar
user.name2 h, 8 m ago

Nowhere near as good as a Quookercomparing a kettle to one is like …Nowhere near as good as a Quookercomparing a kettle to one is like comparing a bike to a F1 car


Lol. Interesting analogy but a bit unclear.

So the kettle can be used by anyone, and the Quooker can only be used by a handful of people in the world who must train rigorously to be able to do so?

Or are you saying the kettle can be put to a multitude of different applications whereas the Quooker is only capable of one, extremely niche task?

Or is the kettle heralded as the greatest invention of all time while the Quooker is the result of an arbitrary set of design parameters established for entertainment purposes rather than functional performance?
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DOH, I just bought 110 kettles. I am so mad at myself I could reach boiling point.
Edited by: "mannin" 30th Mar
I had 110 kettles in my basket and was about order them when they suddenly all went OOS
Phew !
Edited by: "Adult" 30th Mar
Think I just found a better deal
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Edited by: "kaizhu79" 30th Mar
Nowhere near as good as a Quooker

comparing a kettle to one is like comparing a bike to a F1 car
user.name2 h, 8 m ago

Nowhere near as good as a Quookercomparing a kettle to one is like …Nowhere near as good as a Quookercomparing a kettle to one is like comparing a bike to a F1 car


Lol. Interesting analogy but a bit unclear.

So the kettle can be used by anyone, and the Quooker can only be used by a handful of people in the world who must train rigorously to be able to do so?

Or are you saying the kettle can be put to a multitude of different applications whereas the Quooker is only capable of one, extremely niche task?

Or is the kettle heralded as the greatest invention of all time while the Quooker is the result of an arbitrary set of design parameters established for entertainment purposes rather than functional performance?
I'm getting my kitchen done, piping is done but kitchen is not yet fitted. Can this be retrospectively fitted?
Garnett8 m ago

Lol. Interesting analogy but a bit unclear. So the kettle can be used by …Lol. Interesting analogy but a bit unclear. So the kettle can be used by anyone, and the Quooker can only be used by a handful of people in the world who must train rigorously to be able to do so?Or are you saying the kettle can be put to a multitude of different applications whereas the Quooker is only capable of one, extremely niche task?Or is the kettle heralded as the greatest invention of all time while the Quooker is the result of an arbitrary set of design parameters established for entertainment purposes rather than functional performance?


Bravo.
This is a great deal for for people who want it. Just because some people think £600 is too much to spend on instant hot/cold water, doesnt make this a cold deal. Grow-up HUKDers and vote for the deal, not for your own needs!
Cyrus2 h, 17 m ago

This is a great deal for for people who want it. Just because some people …This is a great deal for for people who want it. Just because some people think £600 is too much to spend on instant hot/cold water, doesnt make this a cold deal. Grow-up HUKDers and vote for the deal, not for your own needs!


you're basing your reply on the assumption people use the hot/cold system to influence what they buy. I think we both know, anyone with any more than 1 brain cell does not do that, especially or for when deals can go hot for being funny, for having bra pictures in it or for being the last one item available in the tescos at lands end saving 50p when it would cost £300 on petrol to get there for some. No normal person cares about deal temps bud.
I usually buy 240 kettles
581d3 h, 27 m ago

you're basing your reply on the assumption people use the hot/cold system …you're basing your reply on the assumption people use the hot/cold system to influence what they buy. I think we both know, anyone with any more than 1 brain cell does not do that, especially or for when deals can go hot for being funny, for having bra pictures in it or for being the last one item available in the tescos at lands end saving 50p when it would cost £300 on petrol to get there for some. No normal person cares about deal temps bud.



Not everyone does, I agree, but a very high or very low temperature is usually a good indication. I'm talking about people complaining anyway, not the post temp
EN1GMA8 h, 49 m ago

I'm getting my kitchen done, piping is done but kitchen is not yet fitted. …I'm getting my kitchen done, piping is done but kitchen is not yet fitted. Can this be retrospectively fitted?


I think so yes,
Most likely power near as dishwasher in etc

We have these at work, to be honest its nothing special...
Edited by: "Krizzo3" 30th Mar
I might be looking at this wrongly or missing something but don't you use energy to keep the water at boiling temp all the time?
expired. was about to buy as well and they've put it up to over a grand. what a joke.
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