Russell Hobbs Brita Purity Kettle Save 1/3: Was £30.00 Now £19.99 @ Sainsbury's
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Russell Hobbs Brita Purity Kettle Save 1/3: Was £30.00 Now £19.99 @ Sainsbury's

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Found 2nd May
Was looking for a filter kettle as we live in a hard water area and found this. Excellent kettle.

Description
Russell Hobbs knows how important a great tasting cup of tea or coffee is, this is why we have combined Russell Hobbs’ pioneered technology with the addition of a Brita Filter; for a better tasting drink.

Better tasting hot drinks
The Russell Hobbs Purity Kettle has a built-in Brita water filter system that reduces limescale and chlorine; it permanently absorbs any copper and lead that could occur in tap water. Over time, these chemicals can sometimes leave residue in your kettle or a bad taste in your drink; its built-in Brita water filtration system removes these impurities for a better taste.

Purely practical style
Its high quality transparent casing will look sleek and stylish on any worktop whilst the stainless steel & white accents give this stunning kettle a premium feel. The 3kw of power ensures a rapid boil and you can also filter and boil at the same time so you won’t be waiting long.The illuminating blue led brightens as it boils and a concealed element helps to prolong the life of your kettle.
To make sure every litre of water you boil remains pure, a built-in indicator reminds you when it’s time to change the filter cartridge and there is a free Maxtra cartridge included to get you started. To keep your work top clutter free, the 360? base has integrated cord storage so it can be tidied away at your convenience. The kettle can even be used as a normal BRITA Jug Filter for cleaner, better tasting water!

Features:
3000 watts
1 litre boil capacity, 0.5 litre hopper capacity
360 degree base
Internal blue Illumination
Concealed element
Removable, washable filter
FREE BRITA MAXTRA filter included
Cartridge replacement reminder
Cord Storage

Dimensions: H24.2xW17xD23.5cm
Weight: 1.194kg

Contains:
1 x Russell Hobbs 22851 Brita Purity Kettle
1 x Instruction booklet
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11 Comments
Says "Product not available".
Is it available instore please?
I got mine instore. Just gave them a ring and lady put one aside for me to collect.
So how does this work, I need to leave at least 1 cup of water in the kettle all the time? If not, wouldn't I have to wait for the water to filter through before pressing the boil button? and don't you need to permanently keep brita filters submerged?
Edited by: "HotUKDealSeeker" 2nd May
We had this Kettle it was a pain and took ages for the water to filter through so ended up filling via the spout as it was easier and quicker. I personally would avoid better kettles out there for the price
toddyj99876 m ago

We had this Kettle it was a pain and took ages for the water to filter …We had this Kettle it was a pain and took ages for the water to filter through so ended up filling via the spout as it was easier and quicker. I personally would avoid better kettles out there for the price



What he said! We did exactly the same. Also, this kettle does not actually hold much water.
Own this kettle, do not buy it, even if filtering is your thing, it's worse than literally any other kettle with a water jug next to it.

You could not pay me to buy this kettle
That's Asda price
Yeah I'd go along with some of the other comments here. I considered one of these when I needed a new kettle but decided to just buy a normal kettle and a Britta jug. I drink quite a lot of water so means I can filter that as well, and also I had a lot more choice of kettles to go for. Just overall seemed like a better option for me.

Heat for the deal though, as somebody may want one of these.
Can anyone recommend a good kettle that has a water filter pls? I live in a hard water area. I currently have a Brita kettle that lasted me 12 years and it' starting to go but they don't make it anymore. I would prefer one that isn't metal so out doesn't get super hot on the outside of that makes sense.
Yes, if you need to make more than 3 mugs of tea you would struggle but how often do you need to do that? I love my filter kettle and would happily recommend.Doesn't seem to take very long to fill,by the time the water has filtered through I have got the cups out and put the milk in (milk should ALWAYS go in first dontchaknow) so for me it's perfect.
MinnervaMonty23 h, 6 m ago

Yes, if you need to make more than 3 mugs of tea you would struggle but …Yes, if you need to make more than 3 mugs of tea you would struggle but how often do you need to do that? I love my filter kettle and would happily recommend.Doesn't seem to take very long to fill,by the time the water has filtered through I have got the cups out and put the milk in (milk should ALWAYS go in first dontchaknow) so for me it's perfect.


OK, so using your method, once you've got the cups out and and have everything ready you press the boil button, then you have to wait for the kettle to boil? With my normal kettle, I get my cups out teabags in and the water has boiled already and I can make my tea.

Milk is another story altogether! Let's not go there, because there will be arguments
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