only on prime for 2 hours save £25.00 - Smarter iKettle - £74.99 @ Amazon
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only on prime for 2 hours save £25.00 - Smarter iKettle - £74.99 @ Amazon

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Found 17th Dec 2017
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it's £99 everywhere else some people might appreciate saving £25.00
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Daft price foe boiling water..but a discount is a discount...
£74 for a kettle! oh but i can turn it n by my phone. Must be hot then. The thing is my phone can't drink the water for me
Damn thing better get up and fill itself for that price and make\bring the tea
By the time you've found your phone put in the password and opened the app you could have walked in to the kitchen and switched on the kettle and checked that you actually remembered to fill it earlier!
It’s a stupid price. Although how many people spend a ridiculous amount in coffee machines and coffee made on a machine costing thousands?
I know the years go by quicker the more ancient I get, but even I can get up, put water in and flick the switch on the side which instinctively tells my kettle to heat up the water I have just put inside. I even have enough life left in me to wait until the desired boiling point is reached.
I know, such a Luddite.
can you use regular tea or only i-tea
Original Poster
it's £99 everywhere else some people might appreciate saving £25.00
The thing is, you can't reboil water, you don't really want to keep it hot.... So what does it do?
KentishLad2 m ago

The thing is, you can't reboil water, you don't really want to keep it …The thing is, you can't reboil water, you don't really want to keep it hot.... So what does it do?




Thing is unless your kettle is faulty and boils it away you can re boil a kettle
Edited by: "Segata-Sanshiro" 17th Dec 2017
If this was able to fill itself from the water supply I would 100% buy one. Not willing to keep boiling more water than I actually need every time.
Still, good price for those who are.
I thought my kettle was expensive at £30, I'll take that back!

It's your first deal, always hard to find a good deal with so many around, a £25 saving isn't too bad.
Segata-Sanshiro20 m ago

:/Thing is unless your kettle is faulty and boils it away you can re boil … :/Thing is unless your kettle is faulty and boils it away you can re boil a kettle


Not if you plan on making tea that is drinkable
I would never buy this, but if you're rich, IFTTT programming can make this turn on just before you get home from work, which (if you've filled it up with water before going out) is pretty awesome.
Pretty sure all hot water boilers/tea urns eg at work reboil all day
Next door had this kettle delivered from amazon yesterday, (I only know as I took the parcel in and wasn’t in amazon box) can’t wait to tell them they were extra done over lol
Wow what an ugly kettle.
A nice discount and well found, but I saw this reviewed on a tech show a while back. They found it very hard to set up and unreliable. There are other and cheaper ways to set this up but if your mind works that way and you're a really big gadget head getting it with a near 25% discount is a good thing.
I'm not anti smart home. I have an echo dot, hive heating, smart plug on the Christmas lights and a smart bulb in the living room, But, i'm not going to get off my arse to fill a kettle, come back to the sofa and turn it on remotely ffs.
gazdoubleu1 h, 0 m ago

By the time you've found your phone put in the password and opened the app …By the time you've found your phone put in the password and opened the app you could have walked in to the kitchen and switched on the kettle and checked that you actually remembered to fill it earlier!


Or you can say ‘Alexa boil the kettle’ from your chair.... from wherever you are. And it will even tell you how much water is in the kettle if you ask..
Ren20252 h, 18 m ago

I thought my kettle was expensive at £30, I'll take that back! It's …I thought my kettle was expensive at £30, I'll take that back! It's your first deal, always hard to find a good deal with so many around, a £25 saving isn't too bad.


Some kettles are expensive for some reason, I have an AGA kettle which was £75.
Edited by: "AirbusA380" 18th Dec 2017
How long before the North Koreans hack these and make our drinks cold as part of their plan to conquer the free world?
KentishLad7 h, 56 m ago

Not if you plan on making tea that is drinkable


I boiled my kettle three times yesterday and it was perfectly drinkable, its water thats it, just water
AirbusA3807 h, 11 m ago

Some kettles are expensive for some reason, I have an AGA kettle which was …Some kettles are expensive for some reason, I have an AGA kettle which was £75.



Yes some are very expensive. I voted hot as to me it's still a big saving especially this time of year.
Segata-Sanshiro1 h, 23 m ago

I boiled my kettle three times yesterday and it was perfectly drinkable, …I boiled my kettle three times yesterday and it was perfectly drinkable, its water thats it, just water


Ewwwww don't want tea round your house then. Boiling water takes out the nitrogen & oxygen, so tea tastes awful.
KentishLad2 m ago

Ewwwww don't want tea round your house then. Boiling water takes out the …Ewwwww don't want tea round your house then. Boiling water takes out the nitrogen & oxygen, so tea tastes awful.


Wouldn't want someone so pedantic round my home anyway, I'm sure you're fun at parties
Segata-Sanshiro5 h, 44 m ago

Wouldn't want someone so pedantic round my home anyway, I'm sure you're …Wouldn't want someone so pedantic round my home anyway, I'm sure you're fun at parties


Now now, rather than hurling playground insults, why not try making a cup of tea properly - you never know, you might like it.
KentishLad12 h, 55 m ago

Ewwwww don't want tea round your house then. Boiling water takes out the …Ewwwww don't want tea round your house then. Boiling water takes out the nitrogen & oxygen, so tea tastes awful.


How do you make tea without boiling water?
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