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Russell Hobbs Canterbury Kettle £15 @ Wilkos Free C&C
Russell Hobbs Canterbury Kettle £15 @ Wilkos Free C&C

Russell Hobbs Canterbury Kettle £15 @ Wilkos Free C&C

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Russell Hobbs Canterbury Kettle £15 was £20 available in 3 colours free click and collect.

Stylish and beautifully finished, the 20610 Russell Hobbs cream Canterbury Kettle will co-ordinate with any toaster or kitchen. This polished kettle boasts a high 3kw rapid boil with a concealed element which is easy to clean. With a generous 1.7 litre capacity, you can boil as much or as little as you need using the handy side water gauge built into the handle. For easy filling, there is a push button lid and the on/off switch illuminates red when in use. For a neat and tidy kitchen, cord storage is a feature of the base. To prolong the life of your kettle, there is a removable, washable filter in the spout. And for extra reassurance, this all comes with a guarantee for up to 3 years.

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good find op, heat added

Thanks OP. I am just looking for a kettle. :-)

These are awful kettles. Im on my 3rd replacement kettle. The lid does not close after a while of use on all 3 ive had, and now this one leaks as well.

NAT14

These are awful kettles. Im on my 3rd replacement kettle. The lid does … These are awful kettles. Im on my 3rd replacement kettle. The lid does not close after a while of use on all 3 ive had, and now this one leaks as well.



I have the same kettle. No leaks, lid closes fine, but sometimes due to the hard water it can get tough to latch the lid, so I simply press the lid open button, then shut the lid, then release open button.

What I don't like is that the spout is not angled enough to make pouring water easier. But other than that, good metal kettle in use every day for a few years now. Fingers crossed.

Jellybeans

I have the same kettle. No leaks, lid closes fine, but sometimes due to … I have the same kettle. No leaks, lid closes fine, but sometimes due to the hard water it can get tough to latch the lid, so I simply press the lid open button, then shut the lid, then release open button. What I don't like is that the spout is not angled enough to make pouring water easier. But other than that, good metal kettle in use every day for a few years now. Fingers crossed.



hello. is it all stainless steel inside? does any water "touch" the plastic? thank you!

It's stainless steel inside with hidden heating element. Only place where it can touch the plastic, is the 2x holes at the back for the water meter and lid area, but the lid is a couple of inches from the high water mark. Pretty much unfortunately, every stainless steel kettle ith a water meter has plastic inside.

The water filter is not great, because the spout does not stick out so much.

"...To prolong the life of your kettle, there is a removable, washable filter in the spout...."

How does that work then? Surely the filter is there to keep the chalk out of your drink, not out of the kettle. Anyway, not a problem here as we have very soft water (thanks Wales!).

Apart from vinegar, is there any other non-smelly product to de-scale from kettle?

I recently binned my third Russell Hobbs kettle. I dismantled each one first to check if it might be repairable, and having seen how ridiculously fragile (cheap and nasty) some of the internal components are, anything Russell Hobbs is ice cold from me.

I replaced it with one of these, mainly on the basis that it's not a Russell Hobbs and because of the "Which" recommendation:

hotukdeals.com/dea…610

"George Home Black (or White) Fast Boil Kettle £12.00 @ Asda

I bought one of these 'bad boys' when my last kettle packed up.it came 2nd in a 'which' magazine research not so long back .It is so fast in boiling water and the price is excellent also.I thoroughly recommend it."


I just checked and it appears to still be available at the same (£12) price.
Edited by: "steve252" 7th Aug 2016

fullmoon

Apart from vinegar, is there any other non-smelly product to de-scale … Apart from vinegar, is there any other non-smelly product to de-scale from kettle?



I prefer to use citric acid, it's milder than a lot of the commercial de-scalers, so less likely to cause a leak.

Tea up boy !

When they start all the frakking limescale will be the least worrying thing in your water..

jumpinoffthbed

When they start all the frakking limescale will be the least worrying … When they start all the frakking limescale will be the least worrying thing in your water..



Limescale, well hard water is supposed to be good for your health, and with fracking as long as the well is lined properly as is required in the UK shouldn't effect the water supply, its a big fuss about nothing other than the small risk of a really minor tremor.

melted

Limescale, well hard water is supposed to be good for your health, and … Limescale, well hard water is supposed to be good for your health, and with fracking as long as the well is lined properly as is required in the UK shouldn't effect the water supply, its a big fuss about nothing other than the small risk of a really minor tremor.



I suspect people affected by it in the states would have a different opinion

jumpinoffthbed

I suspect people affected by it in the states would have a different … I suspect people affected by it in the states would have a different opinion



In the states some oil companies have got away with not lining their wells properly and dumping the contaminated waste water in unlined pits from which it seeps out contaminating the ground water, that's not going to be permitted here:- rt.com/usa…er/

Anyhow, it has nothing to do with kettles.
Edited by: "melted" 8th Aug 2016

Those are visually appealing but very noisy. Have it in mind if you are waking up before the rest of the family and counting on it for your morning tea. You can get in to trouble.

I purchased this Kettle from Aldi a while ago and would not buy one again. It is the noisiest kettle I have ever owned!
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