kenwood kmix persona temperature control kettle £49.99 @ John Lewis
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kenwood kmix persona temperature control kettle £49.99 @ John Lewis

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Found 8th Jul 2015
Cheaper than anywhere else and from John Lewis. Online and in store.

was £99.99

"Offering a choice of brewing temperatures, the Kenwood Persona quiet kettle means you can taste every tea the way it should be. Thanks to variable temperature control you can brew hot drinks from as low as 70°C, perfect for delicate white and green teas, up to 100°C, best for more traditional black teas. A large 1.7L ensures you can cater for friends and family with ease.

The user friendly LCD screen clearly displays the selected temperature and an optional sound alert at the end of the quiet brewing cycle lets you know that the water is ready. But don’t worry if you miss the sound alert: the Persona kettle’s keep warm functionality will automatically switch on once the brewing cycle is finished, keeping the water at the optimum temperature.

In addition, the premium aluminium body and high polish features make this kettle a stylish and highly functional addition to any kitchen. Quiet Mark accreditation ensures that this kettle operates quietly so as not to disrupt your routine.

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4 Comments

Purchased it a few days ago and then cancelled 10 mins later as it has some pretty bad reviews (inc. reference to a bad Which review). Perhaps they are wrong but I didn't want to take the chance.

I was so pleased to have bought Bosch with temperature control for £22 from Tesco after email alert! What can we do without internet???

Original Poster

Those were at 99. thought I'd give it a go at 50. Reviews may be fair though. we'll see.

Kettles with 40, 60, 80 degree and Boiling are a yearly event at Aldi and Lidl. I have had mine for two years -- best kettle I've owned and the longest lasting (Disclosure: I am a kettle killer and destroyed my first one at the age of 17, by heating Cambells soup in it). Temperature is set on the handle while a recent Lidl one has a toaster-like dial on the side.

Variable & adjustable temperature kettles are more common than I thought and the ones with a separate, temperature-setting base are the priciest.
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