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Morphy Richards Accents Traditional Kettle Cream £29.99 Instore @ B&M Stores
Morphy Richards Accents Traditional Kettle Cream £29.99 Instore @ B&M Stores

Morphy Richards Accents Traditional Kettle Cream £29.99 Instore @ B&M Stores

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Had these @ Huyton, Liverpool in Cream & also Polished Chrome.

Product Description
Manufacturer's Description
Be inspired, make a statement. Get the up-to-the minute look in this years savviest colours with this stylish retro kettle. Introduce warmth, energy and desire into your kitchen, whilst the quiet boil technology allows you to have an uninterrupted and relaxing chat in your kitchen whilst waiting for your cuppa. An optional whistle that you can have on to sound when boiling so you know when your kettle has boiled, avoiding re-boiling and hence saves you energy.
Box Contains
1 x Kettle
1 x Base
1 x Lid
1 x Instruction book

Technical Details
1.5 Litre
360 degree Cordless Base
Concealed Element
Quiet Rapid Boil
Removeable Scale Filter

6 Comments

Original Poster

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We had two of these from Argos last year at a similar price, both went back because of the plastic aftertaste which was still evident even after a couple of weeks use.

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Mad Dad;7922122

We had two of these from Argos last year at a similar price, both went … We had two of these from Argos last year at a similar price, both went back because of the plastic aftertaste even after a couple of weeks.



We have had ours since last Sept can't fault it really pleased, payed £40 from TJ Hughes.

Have seen a lot of mixed reviews + n - feedback from lots of different sites:thinking:

I have this kettle think I paid around the £50 mark for it last year, so this is a great price!

I also had to send one of these back due to the plastic taste.

It also kept spitting boiling water out the spout.

Be inspired, make a statement - there's no need to pay this much for a kettle, surely? Does it make superior hot water?

The 'plastic taste', see above, doesn't appeal much.
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