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Russell Hobbs 14816 Regent Kettle and Toaster Twin Pack Only £33.42 delivered from Amazon
Russell Hobbs 14816 Regent Kettle and Toaster Twin Pack Only £33.42 delivered from Amazon

Russell Hobbs 14816 Regent Kettle and Toaster Twin Pack Only £33.42 delivered from Amazon

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Decent price for a branded stainless steel kettle and toaster

Also seems like a nice gift pack as christmas is near

Product Features
2.2kw Polished Stainless Steel Finish.
1.7l Kettle.
Concealed Element.
360 Base With Cord Storage.
Removable, Washable Filter.
1.7 Litre, 2.2 kW kettle with concealed element
360-degree base for right- and left-handed use
Removable, washable filter
Toaster features frozen bread, cancel and re-heat functions with variable browning control
High lift for easy removal of toasted bread
Technical Details

Kettle dimensions HLW 23 x 22 x 17 Weight 1.17kg
Toaster HLW 19.5 x 30 x 11 Weight 1.43kg
Polished stainless steel bodies with black accents
1 year guarantee

6 Comments

Original Poster

cant get the image up for some reason ?????

dont buy this the toaster is too small for warburtons bread

Original Poster

whoever put the picture in thanks

I have this 'kit', bought it 6 month ago when I moved out.

I don't really have any issues with it and the kettle is quite silent when boiling, very good quality too.
The toaster is also very good quality but as joannasev states above, larger than standard 'square' bread will not fit in it so you will either have to set the toaster on a lower setting and essentially toast it twice (top and bottom) or do as I do with Warburtons bread, and give it a little squash together and it will just about fit.

Top bit of kit other than that

£80 ish original price? Ok thats Russell Hobbs having a laugh at our expense.
I have had two Russell Hobb packs, both of which were sent back, either kettle leaking or toaster blowing - would never ever buy again.

Usually this price - 29.99 if you can find it in a Robert Dyas store:

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We got our set for £22ish from BHS a couple of years ago. The kettle would be full of scale all the time (we didn't bother descaling as it needed it too often - just used the mesh at the spout). We upgraded to a Bosch set for £35 from John Lewis - much better kettle and toaster.
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