Tower LED Colour Changing Cordless Kettle - Black £14.87 C+C with code @ Robert Dyas
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Tower LED Colour Changing Cordless Kettle - Black £14.87 C+C with code @ Robert Dyas

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Found 30th Mar
The kid in me would have me making endless cups of tea just so I could watch the lights
You need to use code APRIL15 to take a further 15% Off making it just £14.87 & you can C+C from any Robert Dyas / Ryman store for Free or choose home delivery for £3.95


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Enjoy a dazzling light show with your morning brew with the LED Colour Changing Kettle from Tower. Featuring integrated LED lights, the kettle changes colour as the water inside heats up, creating an eye catching feature in your kitchen while offering heaps of functionality.

With a generous 1.7 litre capacity, the kettle is perfect for sharing your favourite hot beverage with friends and family. A large observation window with water level indicators ensures accuracy when you refill, while a one touch, button-operated flip-up lid makes it simpler than ever to refill straight from the tap.

With a cordless design and 360 degree swivel base the kettle is great for use during cooking as well as offering ease of use for both left and right handers. The kettle also features a removable filter for easy maintenance.

Features and Benefits

Unique design – Changing from blue to red through the boiling cycle this kettle is eye-catching as well as functional.

Powerful – Faster boiling from the 2200W element.

Clean, clear water – A removable filter keeps the water clear of scale deposits.

Community Updates
Note that the light is not temperature sensitive.

Red = on
Blue = off

The kettle could be full of boiling hot water and the light can be blue. It's a gimmick really, so be aware of that if you mistakenly think this is a colour changing kettle based on water temperature / heat.

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ToxicNeo22 m ago

So the colour changing lights help let you know when the water's boiled? …So the colour changing lights help let you know when the water's boiled? And the bubbles and steam do what exactly?


Actually do help my partially sighted 93 yr old gran, who without glasses has trouble seeing much detail but can make out shapes and colours. Also pretty deaf (in denial about i hasten to add) and wouldn't hear the bubbling etc.
Bought last time was on here. Wouldn’t recommend we used for one month and after cleaning descaling etc just couldn’t get rid of a plastic taste in our hot drinks. Good company though as when emailed to return they gave me full refund and told to keep item.
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mixed reviews on this and most of them argue that quality is not good, but i guess the colour changing effect can be catchy
Sold going to order need something else to make it over £15 to get my £2-50 TCB
Thank you Op
been tempted to buy through previous posts of this kettle, think this is the fourth in 6 mth, this is the cheapest to date, especially if as already mentioned you can add the tcb £2.50 to the discount, good deal.
Bought last time was on here. Wouldn’t recommend we used for one month and after cleaning descaling etc just couldn’t get rid of a plastic taste in our hot drinks. Good company though as when emailed to return they gave me full refund and told to keep item.
laura1985021 m ago

Bought last time was on here. Wouldn’t recommend we used for one month and …Bought last time was on here. Wouldn’t recommend we used for one month and after cleaning descaling etc just couldn’t get rid of a plastic taste in our hot drinks. Good company though as when emailed to return they gave me full refund and told to keep item.


Thanx for that info, will return if it isn’t any good
So the colour changing lights help let you know when the water's boiled? And the bubbles and steam do what exactly?
ToxicNeo22 m ago

So the colour changing lights help let you know when the water's boiled? …So the colour changing lights help let you know when the water's boiled? And the bubbles and steam do what exactly?


Actually do help my partially sighted 93 yr old gran, who without glasses has trouble seeing much detail but can make out shapes and colours. Also pretty deaf (in denial about i hasten to add) and wouldn't hear the bubbling etc.
ToxicNeo44 m ago

So the colour changing lights help let you know when the water's boiled? …So the colour changing lights help let you know when the water's boiled? And the bubbles and steam do what exactly?


According to reviews the colour tells you if it is switched on or off, not if it is hot/boiled - It lights up blue when plugged in and turns red when switched on.
Edited by: "melted" 30th Mar
Don’t buy this
I bought it last time at this price. It tastes plasticky and the light stays on permanently.
ffs whats next a fishtank on outside of kettle. ppl need to get more
Taking mine back next week as switch keeps clicking off
Buy a glass version. They are brilliant and the same brand glass version is maybe £5-£10 more than this when on sale. Alternatively if you can stretch your budget then get the russell hobbs glass version. Had it a year and every guest who uses it is filled with momentary joy when they see the lights through the bubbles
Maybe unwanted suggestion, get a fishtank instead?
Saw lots of glass kettles with led on ebay though...
Bought this last time. Wouldn't recommend, water tastes like plastic, the kettle cuts out before water boiled, and silver plastic goes funny.
I have purchased this
Very flimsy
Poorly manufactured
On button switches off before boiling the water
Edited by: "usernameinalid" 30th Mar
No more plastic kettles for me, but cheap and good enough.
Is the water included ?
Chet30th Mar

Had it a year and every guest who uses it is filled with momentary joy …Had it a year and every guest who uses it is filled with momentary joy when they see the lights through the bubbles


Your gaff sounds pretty dull.
I was thinking of making a high quality one like this. Stainless steel and glass, LEDs but not massive...
I wonder if there's enough market for that...
Not had a kettle in our house for years, boiling taps highly recommended.
Comes with 3 year guarantee, but had problems with the switch. Also plastic kettle.

Good customer service
Edited by: "usernameinalid" 16th Apr
How ironic that I've added cold to a kettle
ro53ben21 h, 40 m ago

Not had a kettle in our house for years, boiling taps highly recommended.


How do they work is the instant boiling water activated with a button or something? Would hate to get first degree burns.

Contemplating their practicality for when we move home.
itchyone19 h, 59 m ago

How do they work is the instant boiling water activated with a button or …How do they work is the instant boiling water activated with a button or something? Would hate to get first degree burns.Contemplating their practicality for when we move home.


Ours is a Quooker tap - you'll see clear details on their website and YouTube. We have both a normal tap and the boiling tap on the same sink, the boiling tap has a safety mechanism which requires you to push down and twist.

Really no concerns about burns/scalding, the water is intentionally aerated to help reduce damage should the worst happen.
Boiling tap here too. Love it. Ours does (near) boiling water or filtered cold water. Have it installed with its own mini-sink next to the teapot and coffee machine. Tea (Twinings Assam loose leaf) tastes great, in spite of it being not-quite-boiling. Did cost a small fortune, mind, so no relevance at all to this thread. I see some unimaginative plonker posting "cool story, bro" any second.
Bought today Silvercrest Glass Colour Changing LED (Green - 5? colours - Red(Boiling)) Kettle at Lidl at 19.99 (3Year Warranty) today.
Anyone wish to post this, feel free.
I dunno if I use it as a kettle...or a toy atm.
Edited by: "davening" 16th Jun
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