Philips HD4671-60 Cordless Kettle - £22.99 Collect at Store or Delivered @ Currys
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Philips HD4671-60 Cordless Kettle - £22.99 Collect at Store or Delivered @ Currys

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Found 1st Feb 2013
Cheapest I can find, £31.99 on Amazon.

1.5% Quidco too.

Enjoy a clearer environmental conscience and smaller electricity bill with this energy efficient HD4671-60 Cordless Kettle from Philips! Designed to minimise energy spent on boiling, the HD4671-60 Cordless Kettle is a wonderful addition to any home.

The quickboil system of the HD4671-60 Kettle means you never have to wait long for a lovely cup of tea, and with a 1.7 L capacity you can be sure of having enough to go round! A removable, washable filter allows you to compensate for any hardness in your water for a better cup of tea, and the HD4671-60 Kettle has an easy fill spout and 360 degree rotational base for your convenience.

In classic brushed steel, the HD4671-60 Kettle will look brilliant in any kitchen, and as an affordable and functional product is an excellent buy!

Power: 3000 W
Capacity: 1.7 litres
Colour: Stainless steel
Water level indicator: Yes
Cordless: Yes
360° base: Yes
Filter: Anti-limescale filter

Product code: 642903

35 Comments

Anyone got one? Any good?

I have one. It seems pretty solid and it boils water! Prepare for a few weeks of plasticky tasting tea though.

Great kettle! Good solid quality and probably the best I've had.

Original Poster

Picking one up shortly, gets good reviews.

Very good price - paid around £30 (Argos offer) just before Christmas. Good kettle, feels really solid compared to my D'elonghi, which started leaking. My only complaint is that it doesn't automatically turn off when picked up - though some might like that

correction: the Argos model is HD4671-20
(not sure what the difference is, as they appear to have same specs)
Edited by: "jeczap" 1st Feb 2013

£5, Woolworths, 5 years old.
I have no idea why there is such a drama over kettles.

Got this from amazon on monday for 22.99. Only had it for 2 days but it does its job. It is only a kettle.

Had mine about 2 years. IMHO it's the best you can buy, and I speak as someone who had the original Siemens Porsche kettle for about 9 years before that.

I have one too for over 3 years now. The only thing which packed up is lid spring.

Also got it from Amazon at same price a couple of weeks back....decent kettle, nothing spectacular.

er, where does it get its electricity to boil?

Got it from amazon too and it boils water. Result!

heather green

er, where does it get its electricity to boil?



Cordless refers to the kettle not having a cord, but the base does. They both then make contact in the middle of the base and the bottom of the kettle normally

Just a hint: don't spill water in the middle bit as you bring the dripping kettle from the water tap after filling it up...

same price as a microwave

donttouchthehair

Anyone got one? Any good?



I owned it briefly. It's very heavy. It weighs over twice as much as a plastic kettle with the same power rating. For this reason i returned it.
Edited by: "dz1" 2nd Feb 2013

Hi is it steel or plastic on the inside, cheers.

MBeeching

£5, Woolworths, 5 years old.I have no idea why there is such a drama over … £5, Woolworths, 5 years old.I have no idea why there is such a drama over kettles.


Totally agree ,mine came from Tesco and is still going strong and cost £4.97.

I have this kettle, absolutely brilliant bit of kit. Looks smart and boils very quick. I didn't have any plastic taste and it has good reviews on Amazon.

Just found out his plastic inside metal exterior, slight worry about carcinogenic plasticisers leaking into the water.There is no hard evidence of risks though.

donttouchthehair

Anyone got one? Any good?


I have had one of these for 5 years now and I love it, probably the best kettle I have ever owned.
I know that one day it will give up the ghost, so I have ordered a new one from Currys while its at this price, I definitely want to replace it with the same when the day comes.

I would recommend it. It is quite large and heavy, but shouts quality.

its plastic inside, otherwise a good kettle, though i don't believe all the energy saving crap

Quality kettle. Place under the tap before you turn the tap on, otherwise it may look like it leaks when boiling. Great build quality and design. Jamie Olivers choice of kettle also on his 30 min cook jobs.

Great deal.
Thanks for the post

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I like the way Amazon can charge £9.99 for a replacement filter. It's the first thing I remove.

Had mine for 2 years now.

It's a good kettle, pretty fast, but after about a year for me the lid stopped shutting tight, which isn't a major problem as it would require overtilting for it to spill through the lid, but even so in truth I think it's not the best quality out there. It's a good kettle for the price.

Original Poster

Got mine last night, brilliant kettle. Very quiet and good quality all round.

good kettle, easy to clean if you dont filter your water
heat for price

imranio

Quality kettle. Place under the tap before you turn the tap on, otherwise … Quality kettle. Place under the tap before you turn the tap on, otherwise it may look like it leaks when boiling. Great build quality and design. Jamie Olivers choice of kettle also on his 30 min cook jobs.


Yes, I noticed that Jamie Oliver was using one of these kettles. If its good enough for Jamie, well, its good enough for me.
5 years on and mine is still working a charm.

jtomo64

If its good enough for Jamie, well, its good enough for me.5 years on and … If its good enough for Jamie, well, its good enough for me.5 years on and mine is still working a charm.


Erm no - Jamie Oliver uses it because Philips were the highest bidder. If you paid me to use it, I would too.

Bashop

same price as a microwave


Likely to be much more efficient though.

Got one today a really nice kettle it's quiet and stylish although a little on the heavy side, there's a light on the switch but no light inside the kettle.

The efficiency stuff is just nonsense it's just about boiling enough water for what you require, so boil more than you need and it suddenly becomes less efficient (obviously) just marketing waffle and an excuse for some green on the box that's all.

Pretty certain it was £23 in store price (Basingstoke)

Recommended.

great thanks

donttouchthehair

Anyone got one? Any good?



I've owned one of these for over a year, and it's great. I paid a fair bit more than this, and do not regret a thing.

Really clear and accurate cup markings, which is much more useful than I thought it would be at first.

Can also be seen in use by Jamie Oliver on 30 minute meals. Make of that what you will.

Great deal. Heat added.

Original Poster

Back up to £39.99 now, expired.
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