Purple - on hob - whistling kettle £13.99 from Tooltime - Store Pick-up free
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Purple - on hob - whistling kettle £13.99 from Tooltime - Store Pick-up free

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Found 18th Jun 2013
Add £5.99 for home delivery.

This 3.5 Litre Metallic Purple Stainless Steel Whistling Kettle will add a touch of class to any kitchen. It is suitable for gas, electric or induction hobs and has an easy grip, heat resistant handle.

It also features a encapsulated heat transfer base which is designed to maximise the transfer of heat across the entire surface, reducing boiling time.

Features:


Ideal for use in the home, workplace, camping etc.
Made from stainless steel
Stylish metallic purple finish
Easy grip, heat resistant handle
Whistling spout

Dimensions:


Diameter of base: 22cm
Height (to top of handle): 23cm

11 Comments

fab colour got get me one. thanx

This will get hot ( once boiled ) - heat added

Ooh I love the red one (only 2.7L and 3L Versions in stock in red)
Shame about the delivery charge, though

Need the check with the wife but I think it looks cool! Heat added!

Mrs.Z

Shame about the delivery charge, though



For orders over £19.99 the delivery is free, so it's worth spending £6 or more on some extra things - there are loads of cheap items.

Surely this can't be as efficient as an electric kettle?

Thanks, ordered 6 of these and 6 portable gas hobs. Going on Britains Got Talent as the first musical kettle whistler.

Cold for me as i bought similar one but 2.5L capacity much cheaper from Amazon at half of the price u guys are willing to pay here.

£6.88

£7.48

£6.89 purple kettle



Edited by: "JeanDeLaFontaine" 19th Jun 2013

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The Mrs. whistles when my tea's ready anyway.

bermudaviper

Surely this can't be as efficient as an electric kettle?


Depends what you mean by efficient. Less heat goes into the water than with an electric kettle, but if it's on a gas ring then there hasn't been an inefficient step of converting (mostly) fossil fuels into electricity in the first place - and the cost to you will be similar (at least for mains gas).
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