Russell Hobbs Luna kettle £34.99 from £59.99 @ Argos
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Russell Hobbs Luna kettle £34.99 from £59.99 @ Argos

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Found 14th Apr
Cheapest price at the mo. Nice kettle
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Can't say the "noise" from my kettle is ever a problem.
In fact, it helps to indicate it's working normally.
Saved energy how ?!

Bought a five pound kettle from Sainsbury's I think 4 years ago . Still going strong
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Bought this last time it was around this price. It's a really nice kettle. I wasn't expecting much from the quiet boil but was pleasantly surprised actually.
Ordered. Thank you
Had the red version for a year .... love it
Can't say the "noise" from my kettle is ever a problem.
In fact, it helps to indicate it's working normally.
This design with the plastic side Window has a bad habit of developing a leak after about 12-18 months. Amazon sent a replacement, but we had the same again. We've replaced it with a Windowless Russell Hobbs.
tightar5e14th Apr

This design with the plastic side Window has a bad habit of developing a …This design with the plastic side Window has a bad habit of developing a leak after about 12-18 months. Amazon sent a replacement, but we had the same again. We've replaced it with a Windowless Russell Hobbs.


Thanks
Saved energy how ?!

Bought a five pound kettle from Sainsbury's I think 4 years ago . Still going strong
Does it have WiFi or Bluetooth connectivity?
Does it have a filter?
Patr10016 h, 4 m ago

Can't say the "noise" from my kettle is ever a problem.In fact, it helps …Can't say the "noise" from my kettle is ever a problem.In fact, it helps to indicate it's working normally.


I've just ditched a russel hobs kettle for exactly that reason. Need ear protectors to make a brew
Anybody else think the MD should be shot for calling a kettle energy saving?
UZOR1 h, 39 m ago

Anybody else think the MD should be shot for calling a kettle energy …Anybody else think the MD should be shot for calling a kettle energy saving?


Depends on the context
Is this actually stainless steal finish or brush metal?
logohigh14 h, 14 m ago

Saved energy how ?!Bought a five pound kettle from Sainsbury's I think 4 …Saved energy how ?!Bought a five pound kettle from Sainsbury's I think 4 years ago . Still going strong


As it takes the same amount of energy boil water regardless of the appliance it is in, and that electrical elements are 100% efficient at converting electricity to heat, my only logical conclusion is that this kettle boils the water faster.
logohigh15 h, 0 m ago

Saved energy how ?!Bought a five pound kettle from Sainsbury's I think 4 …Saved energy how ?!Bought a five pound kettle from Sainsbury's I think 4 years ago . Still going strong



From the product page:

A generous 1.7L capacity, the water window makes it easy to fill to the amount of water you need and rapid boil zone will boil 1 cup in just 45 seconds.
  • The rapid boil zone boils just 1, 2 or 3 cups and can help you save up to 66% energy.

I've got a similarly cheap kettle, which I can fill to as little as 0.5L and it probably takes nearly two minutes to boil. So therefore,this kettle with it's rapid boil feature will save energy. How much energy it saves, and how long you'll have to use it before your energy saving makes up for you paying 5 or 6 times the price for the kettle is beyond my mathematical skills
You will always hear a noise from a kettle you can't not hear boiling water bubbling, all these moaners on about the noise, get a life there's bigger stuff to think about than the noise from a bloody kettle
Nice. Was looking for a kettle
mattcass9 h, 31 m ago

As it takes the same amount of energy boil water regardless of the …As it takes the same amount of energy boil water regardless of the appliance it is in, and that electrical elements are 100% efficient at converting electricity to heat, my only logical conclusion is that this kettle boils the water faster.


Speed has nothing to do with it in this case. Environmental heat losses being prolonged by a slow boiling process would be minimal. The figure of 66 percent comes from boiling 1 cup [235ml] vs 1 litre as is obviously the minimum amount of water you have to boil with all non energy saving kettles.
DKSPLASH6 h, 50 m ago

You will always hear a noise from a kettle you can't not hear boiling …You will always hear a noise from a kettle you can't not hear boiling water bubbling, all these moaners on about the noise, get a life there's bigger stuff to think about than the noise from a bloody kettle


The only person on this thread to talk about noisy kettles is me. The only other person who mentioned noise from this particular kettle said they were pleasantly surprised at how quiet it is. I was clearly making a light harted stab at joke, debatably funny as it was. There simply are no "moaners", only people who should truly get a life instead of living to lord it over others.
Do we really need intrusive noise to know that the kettle is working normally? Is the fact that it has boiled the water not a good enough clue?!!
Ha ha ha. Only on this site can you get people falling out over kettles... I absolutely love it 😁
UZOR21 h, 42 m ago

The only person on this thread to talk about noisy kettles is me. The only …The only person on this thread to talk about noisy kettles is me. The only other person who mentioned noise from this particular kettle said they were pleasantly surprised at how quiet it is. I was clearly making a light harted stab at joke, debatably funny as it was. There simply are no "moaners", only people who should truly get a life instead of living to lord it over others.


So so true, maybe if you never mentioned the noise I wouldn't have read it as stupidity!!!
UZOR15th Apr

Speed has nothing to do with it in this case. Environmental heat losses …Speed has nothing to do with it in this case. Environmental heat losses being prolonged by a slow boiling process would be minimal. The figure of 66 percent comes from boiling 1 cup [235ml] vs 1 litre as is obviously the minimum amount of water you have to boil with all non energy saving kettles.


Thanks
I guess less water still = faster boiling time = less energy though!
logohigh14th Apr

Saved energy how ?!Bought a five pound kettle from Sainsbury's I think 4 …Saved energy how ?!Bought a five pound kettle from Sainsbury's I think 4 years ago . Still going strong


they're very sneaky by putting "up to" 66%. 0% is still up to 66%. Plus you can't break the laws of thermodynamics yo!
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