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All Russell Hobbs Deals, Discounts & Sales for November 2018

Russell Hobbs Juicer Reduced to Clear £5 @ B&M - hull
LocalLocalFound 30th May 2017Found 30th May 2017
Found these in my local B&M in Hull. £5 to clear, 5 left. Seems a pretty good deal :)
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which B&M in Hull?


Items were marked up already on the boxes as £5 near me.


OP, do you need to scan for this price? thanks


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Found 17th Nov 2015Found 17th Nov 2015
Russell Hobbs Website is very slow ! It was for me

Good lad :D


Hot or Cold doesn’t bother me if one person gets a good deal its ok with me :3


OP - a bit of advice CAPS LOCK puts folk on here right off! Unless it's extra extra special :)


Free delivery to UK mainland only ffs....


Russell Hobbs £24.99 / Amazon £32.99 Russell Hobbs £32.99/ Amazon £46.69 Russell Hobbs HAND HELD cordless cleaner £19.99 / Amazon £37.92

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Russell Hobbs 22130 Cylinder vacuum for £28.99 instead of £99.99 @ russellhobbs store
Found 16th Sep 2015Found 16th Sep 2015
COMPACT CYCLONIC BAGLESS CYLINDER VACUUM was £99.99 now £28.99 free delivery on items over £20 Seems like a nice little vacuum and a bargain :) Description/spec: T he Russell Hob… Read more
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They are usually £35


OOS :(


good deal thanks


Heat added. Mad paint skillz.

Russell Hobbs Brita Purity Kettle - Half Price £22.50 @ Tesco
Found 1st Aug 2014Found 1st Aug 2014
Russell Hobbs 3KW Brita Purity Kettle HALF PRICE at Tesco stores! Was £45 now only £22.50. A great price for a kettle like this. The Brita Purity Feature obviously purifies your w… Read more
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Thanks for letting me know, I wasn't aware of this!


good find hot from me but for anyone who doesn't know, the filters are supposed to be changed 4 weekly so could be a very costly buy for a kettle.


Same price on amazon too


Online too !!

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One Day Only! Half Price Steam Generator! @ Russell Hobbs - £49.99
Found 29th May 2014Found 29th May 2014
Seems a good deal for a Russell Hobbs Steam Generator, normally £99 now £49. ONly catch its only for today!
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Bought this well over a year ago, changed the lime scale filter and have been cleaning the base plate every few months as per the instructions. Haven't had a single problem with it and it still irons perfectly. In my opinion, a great deal at this price.


This overheats to quickly and end up soaking the clothes because it just leaks all the time would not recommend at all.


Shows £99 on site. Is there a 24 hour code?


anyone know likely delivery charge to Northern Ireland?


I've got a Bosch one of these Sainsburys were knocking them out at £50 a pop. Best type of iron there is by a long chalk (for home use obviously).

Russel Hobbs kitchen machine £99 @ Russell Hobbs
Found 5th Dec 2013Found 5th Dec 2013
Reduced one day only from £229. Looks like decent piece if kit. The Russell Hobbs Kitchen Machine will inspire you to get creative in the kitchen. Super stylish and streamlined, … Read more
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I received mine yesterday morning. I didn't get a dispatch email or anything else, just the original confirmation of order email on the day of ordering.


Has anyone actually received there order yet or had confirmation of shipping? I have had a bogus email this morning claiming my debit card address did not match the account address and as such my order has been cancelled- however they took the payment and still have it! Seems strange to me- anyone else getting this email?


Thank you for the Andrew James hint. Its complete and cheaper... What more would you want ;)


Hubby has been hinting for one of these for ages! Just purchased! Hot. :)


Andrew james one is cheaper ordered off the website using code : AJLUV13

Black & Steel 1.7ltr Montana - 3kw Rapid Boil Kettle - RRP £45 - Quality Build £19.99 @ Russell Hobbs Direct
Found 5th Oct 2013Found 5th Oct 2013
Russell Hobbs Direct Was looking around for a decent, black/steel styled kettle as a gift for few homebuyers, found this one. Montana Black Kettle Black body with stainless steel… Read more

My (5 year old RH) Kettle's has stopped auto shutting and lids jammed. And now this offer's OOS :(


Purchased and got a electric whisk for 9.99, used the code as above and only paid approx £24 ;) Now I can take the word Kettle out of my watch list ...


We've just moved in our first house so this has been bought! Thanks.


Funny that mine has lasted about 2 yrs & still going strong, have just ordered another one as a spare at a great price.


Don't forget to add the code 'RHOCT15' for 15% off all sale and non sale items! Essentially free delivery!

Russell Hobbs Tumble Dryer £188.99 in the sale + Free Delivery @ russell hobbs
Found 17th Dec 2012Found 17th Dec 2012
Nice £30 saving on this tumble dryer in the sale. Seems a really good price with free delivery.
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Not gonna vote on this but you can get a condenser Tumble Dryer for the same price with the same features (and a bigger load). Ours packed in on XMas Eve so I'm looking out for one as well. I'd really like a condenser model with sensor dry as cheap as possible.

Russell Hobbs Quick2 Toast 2 Slice Toaster £24.99 w/ Free Standard Delivery @ Russell Hobbs
Found 19th Jan 2012Found 19th Jan 2012
Brushed stainless steel two slice toaster with cancel, bagel, frozen and reheat settings. Currently on Amazon for £45. Now available half price direct from Russell Hobbs.

Just noticed this myself and was about to post it. It is a Which Best Buy so think I'll give it a go. Pros: Very quick, good performance, fits a wide range of bread sizes, reheat function, defrost setting, bagel setting Cons: Crumb tray difficult to remove, defrost setting overbrowns toast

Russell Hobbs Heritage Coffee Maker - Farmhouse Red £39.99 @ Russell Hobbs
Found 24th Aug 2011Found 24th Aug 2011
For anyone who bought the Farmhouse Red Heritage kettle or four slice toaster recently posted on HUKD, Russell Hobbs have just reduced the price of the matching coffee maker to £39… Read more
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Yes, but not much good if you want to match the other red appliances


Another model for £19.98:

Russell Hobbs 14586 3.5L Slow Cooker Was: £49.99 Now: £24.99 @ Russell Hobbs
Found 25th Dec 2010Found 25th Dec 2010
Russell Hobbs 14586 3.5L Slow Cooker Was: £49.99 Now: £24.99 Russell Hobbs White 1.7L Styliss Kettle Model: 14440 was: £49.99 Now: £24.99 Black/White Stylis 2 Slice Compact Toaster… Read more
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or their is this............ Cookworks Signature Slow Cooker £11.99 @ Argos Go To Deal £11.99 7 Comments Vote HotVote WarmVote Cold207°nicster08, found 8 hours, 31 minutes ago£11.99 was £29.99 Cookworks Signature Slow Cooker. Capacity 6.2 litres. Removable crockpot. 3 settings: low, high and keep warm. Keep warm function. Toughened glass lid. Dishwasher safe c more... ir is this......



Is it just me or is 3.5 litre a really small capacity for these? Wont the true capacity be something like 2.5?


will order now :)


home hardware outlets where selling these for £19.99 last week...

Griddle Pan for Induction Hobs - £19.99 Russell Hobbs direct
Found 7th Mar 2010Found 7th Mar 2010
Although you can get a griddle pan for a tenner or so at most places, most of these are aluminium or plain steel and won't work on an induction hob. For induction hob owners the ch… Read more
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Ah.. I see the idea. Oh for a proper chinese wok burner... the turbo type!.... but I think it would be a bit out of proportion for a domestic kitchen! I had actually wondered about the commercial wok burners though... 185 quid is not silly pricing, have not seen one in action though: eg item 250578880126 on eBay


I've found induction to light years ahead for most things but not so great for wok cooking, because you need the heat up around the sides and not just from below, I had to get a wok with the induction base that sort of wraps up the curve a bit, but it was outrageously expensive. I've since decided that a wok burner is needed so am getting one fitted next month. I should have put in the description that the base on this griddle pan is one that is optimised for induction, using lots of little steel cores of the exact size for the induction field, and thus is much lighter than a cast iron. It will get very hot very quick too if turned up.


I bought an Induction hob (small one) as a gift for a friend who lives in a very small flat, so have only tried wok cooking on an induction hob once, and found the standard carbon steel woke not too good - the hob was cutting out before it got to the high heats it was capable of - I presume this is one situation where a cast iron wok could be very useful, rather than the steel one which is what I would normally recommend for gas. Only drawback of cast iron pans, they are great for meat or steaks or griddling veg, but as they not quite as fine textured a surface as the carbon steel, they are not quite as stick resistant with more delicate foods as the smoother steel version. My large carbon steel frying pan is only about 10 years old... so it's still getting better! :whistling:


Found a cheap ribbed pan too... not got this myself, so unsure of it's quality... but cast iron should last decades unles it's been defectively cast or gets dropped from a great height, so it's harldy the risk of a lifetime! Another tip for griddle users... plonk another cast iron pan on top of the food - works as well or better than a grill press (eg. that's the one I have!), but it's cheaper, and actually easier to wash! I used to heat the top press iron, and you can heat up the pan you put on top if you want, but I find that because it's not quite as hot as the pan below, it does tends to stick more than the bottom, so I just use it cold to press the meat onto the pan now, reduces steaks curling up, and cooks evenly! Not as quick as the hot method, but less trouble


Agreed, but the ribs also allow you to cook whatever you are cooking out of the juices. I have the unribbed pan already (that ikea one). Works well, doesn't get as hot as quickly as some others though. I just needed a ribbed pan to complete the set (I even have an induction wok, although that was no bargain).