Hot Water Urn for £29.99 at Aldi from Sunday 14th September with 3yr warranty.
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Hot Water Urn for £29.99 at Aldi from Sunday 14th September with 3yr warranty.

£29.99ALDI Deals
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Found 8th Sep 2014
Ideal for making hot drinks for private parties, weddings etc
950W
Stainless steel lid
Auto and resettable thermostat
Transparent water gauge
Keep Warm function
Carrying handles for easy transportation
Boils up to 7 litres
Product reference: 61007

19 Comments

That looks brilliant! I have a Superkettle, which is on its last legs. Anyone know the cost per day to run, wether you can leave it on overnight, and if it gets very hot on the outside? Thanks!

Good price

I was hoping for a 30l for home brewing

How often do I have to organize party for 50 people to justify cluttering cupboard with this thing?

I do agree. I really want one but have a party about once every three years! So I will resist.

I purchased my kenley 10L 1500w urn from ebay @ 29.90 including p&p.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 9th Sep 2014

joedi

That looks brilliant! I have a Superkettle, which is on its last legs. … That looks brilliant! I have a Superkettle, which is on its last legs. Anyone know the cost per day to run, wether you can leave it on overnight, and if it gets very hot on the outside? Thanks!



If you have this running all day in anything other than a small well ventilated cafe you are a mug (& not the beverage kind).
950 watts to boil, you better start early, & have the windows open, many many unnecessary kilowatt hours just having it ticking over.

I wanted a Greek urn, not one of these.:(

What about a little Ern... wayhey

http://i.imgur.com/NThJIiv.jpg

BenderRodriguez

How often do I have to organize party for 50 people to justify cluttering … How often do I have to organize party for 50 people to justify cluttering cupboard with this thing?



Well, if the EU go ahead with the proposed ban on high wattage kettles, an urn with a stay hot facility could be a quicker alternative for boiling water in a low wattage kettle.
Edited by: "melted" 9th Sep 2014

melted

Well, if the EU go ahead with the proposed ban on high wattage kettles, … Well, if the EU go ahead with the proposed ban on high wattage kettles, an urn with a stay hot facility could be a quicker alternative for boiling water in a low wattage kettle.



If the EU has it's way, it'll be quicker to leave a mug of water on the window cill on a sunny day than using an environmentally friendly appliance.

arch68

What about a little Ern... wayhey



That's Eric

Original Poster

BenderRodriguez

How often do I have to organize party for 50 people to justify cluttering … How often do I have to organize party for 50 people to justify cluttering cupboard with this thing?


If you are not interested pass the offer by and find something that you are interested in!
Edited by: "sscm" 9th Sep 2014

davek

That's Eric



woosh

davek

I wanted a Greek urn, not one of these.:(



What's a Greek urn?

In other news I took my wife to the West Indies this summer

Dabooka

What's a Greek urn?In other news I took my wife to the West Indies this … What's a Greek urn?In other news I took my wife to the West Indies this summer






Jamaica?

melted

Well, if the EU go ahead with the proposed ban on high wattage kettles, … Well, if the EU go ahead with the proposed ban on high wattage kettles, an urn with a stay hot facility could be a quicker alternative for boiling water in a low wattage kettle.



This simply isn't true
A heating element in water transfers all of its energy spent into heat energy in the water. (Nearly all)
The EU proposed law is designed to reign in massively inefficient vacuum cleaners. Poorly designed models convert all the wattage power into heat and noise not suction.

hamhoof

Jamaica?



Not at all, she went on her own accord!

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/cc/Basil_Brush.jpg

hamhoof

This simply isn't true A heating element in water transfers all of its … This simply isn't true A heating element in water transfers all of its energy spent into heat energy in the water. (Nearly all)The EU proposed law is designed to reign in massively inefficient vacuum cleaners. Poorly designed models convert all the wattage power into heat and noise not suction.



High wattage kettles have the element welded onto the stainless steel underside of the base of the kettle rather than in the water, while it can't be quite as efficient, there are several advantages.

I'm well aware that lower wattage kettles wouldn't result in any energy saving. The only possible justification I could see for a ban is that the high wattage elements tend to be slightly less durable. None the less it has been widely reported that the EU are considering a ban.

The EU ban on high power vacuums has not targeted inefficient ones, it has targeted all high power vacuums on the market regardless of their efficiency, which includes the highest suction and airflow ones, in fact the best models (most effective at extracting dust from a carpet) currently on the market.



Edited by: "melted" 10th Sep 2014
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