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Sandstorm SKET210 Cordless Jug Kettle - Brushed Stainless Steel - was £59.99 now £23.99 @ Currys & Dixons
Sandstorm SKET210 Cordless Jug Kettle - Brushed Stainless Steel - was £59.99 now £23.99 @ Currys & Dixons

Sandstorm SKET210 Cordless Jug Kettle - Brushed Stainless Steel - was £59.99 now £23.99 @ Currys & Dixons

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Smartly designed in stainless steel, this 2 litre Sandstrom SKET210 Cordless Jug Kettle is sure to adorn any kitchen with its looks, but doesn't skimp on performance and functionality either!

With a powerful 3000W heating element, the Sandstrom SKET210 Cordless Jug Kettle boils your water in double-quick time, whilst a handy water-level gauge and easy-fill spout allow you to easily replenish the kettle with exactly the right amount of water. A removable limescale filter ensures you get a clean delivery of water with each use.

Thanks to its 360° rotational base, the Sandstrom SKET210 Cordless Jug Kettle can be used ambidextrously too. You can place the kettle in any corner of your kitchen and simply swivel the kettle around to a comfortable position - whether you're left- or right-handed!

Add a touch of style to your kitchen and gain a great appliance in the process, by investing in this attractive Sandstrom SKET210 Cordless Jug Kettle.

11 Comments

Original Poster

I bought this kettle some weeks ago, seems to be a permanent reduction!

Still it's a nice looking kettle, the light up LED's look great, larger than normal capacity and boils quickly, only drawback is it takes an age for it to turn off after it boils, not a real problem as the illuminated switch is soft touch.

Sandstrom is a DSG brand, not sure why this is so hot?

I've had one of these for two years so far, still going strong. Not a cool walled model though, so only grab by the handle if it's just boiled.
Heat

Anyone got any other good recommendations for a kettle. Doesn't have to be a big one.

gherkingHUD

I've had one of these for two years so far, still going strong. Not a … I've had one of these for two years so far, still going strong. Not a cool walled model though, so only grab by the handle if it's just boiled. Heat



Same here. HITACHI instead of SANDSTROM. Not a bad kettle and tends to leak slightly at the base of where the handle is fitted. Limescale net lasted about a month but overall not bad considering I paid 20 quid in currys two years ago.

Sandstrom? Isn't that Dixon's and Curry's own brand? Highly doubt this budget kettle has been £59.99 for more than the few days required to claim a reduction in sale price.

jezzery

Doesn't have to be a big one.



As the actress said to the bishop X)

I get my kettles from ASDA as they have cheap ones for £5 or less. Maybe only 2.3KW but still very good.

there is a conspiracy with half price kettles!

I think we are being tricked into thinking kettles are half price when maybe they are only worth the half price?

i will look into this

gherkingHUD

I've had one of these for two years so far, still going strong. Not a … I've had one of these for two years so far, still going strong. Not a cool walled model though, so only grab by the handle if it's just boiled. Heat


Would you not have to be a bit looney to try and pick the kettle up by anything other than the handle ?

I have just discarded my MAJIMIX kettle and found my Sandstrom kettle in the loft and have started using it again - it is infinitely better than my MAJIMIX to use.
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