Silvercrest Digital Kettle with Keep-warm setting adjustable from 40 to 90°C @ Lidl
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Silvercrest Digital Kettle with Keep-warm setting adjustable from 40 to 90°C @ Lidl

£24.99LIDL Deals
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LocalFound 21st Feb
  • 1.7L capacity
  • 2400W
  • Electronic temperature setting from
  • 40 to 100°C with LED display
  • High-quality stainless steel body and encapsulated base with concealed heating element
  • Keep-warm setting adjustable from 40 to 90°C
  • Automatic shut-off and dry-out protection
  • Water level indicator with blue light
  • Removable limescale filter
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nom nom, delicious 40C water, said the mould, hungrily

What's the point of this?
johnthehuman25 m ago

nom nom, delicious 40C water, said the mould, hungrilyWhat's the point of …nom nom, delicious 40C water, said the mould, hungrilyWhat's the point of this?


Some teas should not be made with boiling water, eg. Green Tea. However if this kettle only heats to 90 then it isn’t much use for normal tea. Perhaps the OP should amend the title so that it mirrors the details below.:{
Edited by: "fedex1401" 21st Feb
fedex14019 m ago

Some teas should not be made with boiling water, eg. Green Tea. However if …Some teas should not be made with boiling water, eg. Green Tea. However if this kettle only heats to 90 then it isn’t much use for normal tea.(annoyed)


It keeps warm up to 90°C, but boils to 100°C
Cold. Currently £19.99 at ALDI.
fedex140144 m ago

Some teas should not be made with boiling water, eg. Green Tea. However if …Some teas should not be made with boiling water, eg. Green Tea. However if this kettle only heats to 90 then it isn’t much use for normal tea. Perhaps the OP should amend the title so that it mirrors the details below.:{


I understand how tea works, I'm just questioning the logic of 'keeping' water warm.
johnthehuman42 m ago

I understand how tea works, I'm just questioning the logic of 'keeping' …I understand how tea works, I'm just questioning the logic of 'keeping' water warm.


I agree that the keep warm functions seems to be a pointless gimmick and a complete waste of energy. If it's worth keeping it at a set temperature it will take seconds to reach that temperature again.

Lidl's looks nicer than Aldi's offering but I bought one of these last time they had them for sale. It was a slightly different model (goodhousekeeping.co.uk/ins…tle) but I haven't been that impressed with the build quality. The lid randomly pops open even when it's not being used, the power button has faded and there are a few rust spots on the inside.
Edited by: "itsjustme" 21st Feb
I got a silver crest and they did replace it quickly when it broke without asking for the old one back so good company in that sense. Does this kettle whistle when it's boiled perchance?
Wow what a brilliant way to waste elecy!
terriclarkfan21st Feb

Cold. Currently £19.99 at ALDI.


Aldi one is plastic while this one is stainless steel.
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