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Russell Hobbs 20760-10 Glass Kettle with Built in Purity BRITA MAXTRA Filter & Blue Light (£59.99 in Argos) - £29.99 Free C&C @ Robert Dyas
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Russell Hobbs 20760-10 Glass Kettle with Built in Purity BRITA MAXTRA Filter & Blue Light (£59.99 in Argos) - £29.99 Free C&C @ Robert Dyas

£29.99£59.9950%Robert Dyas Deals
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Posted 24th Nov 2018Edited by:"Libre11"
Currently here in Argos for £59.99
Currently on sale here in Very for £39.99

Free Click & Collect or £33.94 Delivered

Really well reviewed Kettle

  • Enjoy crystal clear, great-tasting water with this stylish kettle – fitted with a long-lasting BRITA MAXTRA filter to remove impurities, giving up to 1 month of filtration.
  • The powerful 3kW element means it boils water in rapid time – so there’s no waiting around, and the striking blue illumination lets you know when it’s ready.
  • Quick push button lid and perfect-pour spout – it couldn’t be easier to fill and serve - without drips and spills.

Specifications
  • Colour: Clear/Silver
  • Power: 3kW
  • Capacity: 1L
  • 360o base
  • Concealed element
  • Replaceable BRITA MAXTRA water filtration cartridge
  • Removable, washable strainer filter
  • Cord storage
  • Dimensions: H15 x W23.8 x D21.8cm
What's Included
  • Russell Hobbs Purity Glass Kettle with cordless base connector
  • Base with cord storage, fitted with UK plug
  • BRITA MAXTRA filter
  • Instruction manual and warranty card

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Plastic cartridge in boiling water . No please .
Can you still use it w/o cartridge?
Ziu24/11/2018 09:47

Can you still use it w/o cartridge?


I’m not sure to be honest - but you’re probably better off buying one without if you’re not bothered about the filter, as I reckon you could find them cheaper
Edited by: "Libre11" 24th Nov 2018
Libre1124/11/2018 09:48

I’m not sure to be honest - but you’re probably better off buying one wit …I’m not sure to be honest - but you’re probably better off buying one without if you’re not bothered about the filter, as I reckon you could find them cheaper


Thanks for prompt reply.

I'm actually looking for kettle with Britta cartridges, but I'm curious if I can still boil water at the time when I ran out of one of these.
sam_of_london33 m ago

Plastic cartridge in boiling water . No please .


You realise that the majority of kettles are made of plastic...?
Ziu24/11/2018 09:52

Thanks for prompt reply. I'm actually looking for kettle with Britta … Thanks for prompt reply. I'm actually looking for kettle with Britta cartridges, but I'm curious if I can still boil water at the time when I ran out of one of these.


It will still boil water without a cartridge. I’ve had this kettle for 4 years, but I need to replace it as you can’t clean the inside :/ I still really like this kettle though as i live in a hard water area & this makes tea taste so much better.
Ziu6 m ago

Thanks for prompt reply. I'm actually looking for kettle with Britta … Thanks for prompt reply. I'm actually looking for kettle with Britta cartridges, but I'm curious if I can still boil water at the time when I ran out of one of these.


I think you can keep the filter in as long as you want it’s just recommended that you replace them after a certain time. I’d imagine you would still be able to use it even if you removed it though - but I’d be guessing
Oh, seems like RD doesn't have any shop close to Edinburgh though
What ever you do, don't drop this on a tiled kitchen floor! It really does shatter into a million bits! I've gone with the plastic version of this just to make sure I don't screw up again!
gemmacarolyn24/11/2018 09:58

It will still boil water without a cartridge. I’ve had this kettle for 4 y …It will still boil water without a cartridge. I’ve had this kettle for 4 years, but I need to replace it as you can’t clean the inside :/ I still really like this kettle though as i live in a hard water area & this makes tea taste so much better.


Citric acid is your friend. You can buy it from Wilkinson's. Leave it in for 15mins and the kettle will look like new. Had mine 2yrs and it's still crystal clear and I live in London
BadBadtz7 m ago

Citric acid is your friend. You can buy it from Wilkinson's. Leave it in …Citric acid is your friend. You can buy it from Wilkinson's. Leave it in for 15mins and the kettle will look like new. Had mine 2yrs and it's still crystal clear and I live in London


"And I live in London"
Ziu24/11/2018 09:47

Can you still use it w/o cartridge?


Just to add yes you can easily remove the whole hopper (the part that holds the filter) and just use as a normal kettle.

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Great kettle btw - much better than the Breville ones we’ve had before.
Rebellion24/11/2018 13:28

Just to add yes you can easily remove the whole hopper (the part that …Just to add yes you can easily remove the whole hopper (the part that holds the filter) and just use as a normal kettle.[Image]


How does the cartridge compartment come out? I have this kettle & can’t find this information anywhere!
gemmacarolyn55 m ago

How does the cartridge compartment come out? I have this kettle & can’t f …How does the cartridge compartment come out? I have this kettle & can’t find this information anywhere!


Should just lift out - quite easily. It just sits firmly in place. Give it a wiggle if tight.
sam_of_london8 h, 6 m ago

Plastic cartridge in boiling water . No please .


I get where you are coming from but you can just fill to a level under the filter - about the 3 cup mark - or lift out the hopper altogether when boiling if this is a concern.
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