Morphy Richards Pebble accents hot water dispenser/kettle £40.79 @ Morphy Richards
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Morphy Richards Pebble accents hot water dispenser/kettle £40.79 @ Morphy Richards

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Found 17th Jan
Online at morphy richards for 47.99 currently with 40% off, enter code SAV15 for a further 15% which makes it 40.79 with free delivery. Currently £69 on Amazon and online elsewhere, good reviews too.
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Good find. We have a Breville & it's definitely worth getting one with variable control like this.
KentishLad26 m ago

Good find. We have a Breville & it's definitely worth getting one with …Good find. We have a Breville & it's definitely worth getting one with variable control like this.


Seeing how much water left with this one isn't easy as no light for the tank.
Shame as looks nicer than the breville one.
Ours leaks and trips the house fuses occasionally. It doesn't stop when out of water - you just get no water and a lot of hissing. Quite bad at splashing nearby work surface. Difficult to see water level if under a cupboard on a worktop. Other than that, it is fine but overpriced
we have had 2 of these and we are currently still using one and its by far the best we've ever had, we've had the current one 4 years and we are big tea drinkers so its well used and its never failed. The breville ones both failed we had the cheap one and the more expensive job and they were rubbish, the only niggle is the light which comes on above the cup but goes off before the water stops and its hard to see how much water is in the cup.

Brownbloke1114 h, 4 m ago

Ours leaks and trips the house fuses occasionally. It doesn't stop when …Ours leaks and trips the house fuses occasionally. It doesn't stop when out of water - you just get no water and a lot of hissing. Quite bad at splashing nearby work surface. Difficult to see water level if under a cupboard on a worktop. Other than that, it is fine but overpriced



Its faulty then, if its leaking thats why its tripping the mains its bin fodder. when you are low on water it makes a noise which lets you know its nearly empty its like a swoosh noise it only makes this noise when theirs very little water left. Im not being funny but when this noise happens the kettle needs filling so the person thats using it when that noise occurs should fill it up as theirs nothing worse than going to make a drink to find the kettles empty, its no different than a jug kettle as that makes odd noises when you boil them dry such as hissing as for spitting neither of the one we have owned have ever spat or drowneded surfaces thats probably boiling dry. I suspect thats why its leaking as you've damaged it by boiling it dry. Like ive said we've had ours 4 years plus and its used loads probably 20 times a day and its still working fine.
Edited by: "polly69" 18th Jan
Wow fast delivery too ordered Wednesday night-arrived today!
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