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RUSSELL HOBBS Windsor 22822 Jug Kettle - Black + Windsor 22832 4-Slice Toaster - Black £38
RUSSELL HOBBS Windsor 22822 Jug Kettle - Black + Windsor 22832 4-Slice Toaster - Black £38

RUSSELL HOBBS Windsor 22822 Jug Kettle - Black + Windsor 22832 4-Slice Toaster - Black £38

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The kettle alone was £39.99 they have a bundle deal for the kettle and toaster at £38. so your basically getting one of the items for free.

Not available for Home delivery but you can order and pick up from store

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Strange how this is cold. I know there was similar deal posted earlier but this is a different product. Maybe getting cold votes as people think it's a duplicate deal post? Heat from me op thank you

Do we now guess where this is sold? Or have to click the link for maximum effort (deadpool quote)

pendrive2001

Do we now guess where this is sold? Or have to click the link for maximum … Do we now guess where this is sold? Or have to click the link for maximum effort (deadpool quote)



​Take that back now see currys in the smallest writing possible.

We had this kettle switch failed within a month so it exchanged for new one, after another few months lid refused to stay shut, so it was exchanged again. Would not recommend this kettle at all.

good deal for a kettle + 4 slicetoaster

We have the same kettle, we're on our third or fourth in less than a year now as the switches fail (there's a stupidly thin strip of clear plastic that supports the switch). Would probably last better if you avoid switching back on within about 30 minutes of it boiling. It's often sold for £19.99 and I don't think I've paid more than £22 for one.


I went for cream colour as limescale spots on the outside blends in with it rather than stand out like a sore thumb.

Water also gets in the lid and furs up the catch, so that either the lid won't stay closed or it doesn't engage properly and pops open steaming up the kitchen.



Edited by: "melted" 2nd Jan

It was £40 delivered at the beginning of December. Only an idiot would pay £39.99 just for the kettle.

A basic cordless kettle (even recent Which Best Buys cost £10).
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