페이지 정보작성자 Chris Gilham 작성일21-01-25 00:00 조회343회 댓글0건
Kettle Review Russell Hobbs 26080
This arrived in a branded lift top box covered in pictures and details on the kettle; everything is being well packed with bespoke moulded card each end holding the kettle and base tight and in place, the kettle was wrapped and protected in plastic.
First impressions: the jug is very light and a nice looking design, it has a good positive clicking on off switch, clear quantity markings running up the side along with branding on the base, the base has a cable wind feature under it so you can shorten the cable to the desired length, a simple feature but a useful one adopted by a lot of brands in recent years. The lid is a pull to remove type with a line up slot for pouring, this works with four metal clips, I thought this quite stiff to remove but after a little use it is now quite easy, I am not over keen on this design and think a release button fixed lid is better.
After unpacking everything I gave the kettle a try out. Aseptically this kettle looks very nice and the blue LED’s certainly enhance that look with the clear glass illuminating the boiling water, I wanted to time a maximum quantity boil to test it out and it managed to boil 1.7 litres in 3 minutes and 33 seconds which I thought a decent speed.
Overall a very nice looking and efficient kettle, the blue LED’s certainly give it a striking look when in use, it has had a lot of use since it arrived without any issues coming to light and does a good job, I am not over keen on the lid system although it does make it easy to fill.
Artisan Inspired Design, Glass Spout and Black Plastic and Stainless Steel Accents
1.7 Litre Capacity
Blue Internal Illumination
Pull Off Lid
360° Base with Cord Storage
If you have any questions please feel free to ask them in the comments and I will do my best to answer.
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