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Anyone recommend a good kettle

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Liveinthepresent Sat 17-Mar-12 14:04:19

Criteria are -
Durable
Quick boil
Reasonably quiet
Stainless steel

MoaningMinnieWhingesAgain Sat 17-Mar-12 14:07:24

I have gone through a kettle a year lately - the lids all break. Currently have a Breville like this but it is hard to see how full it is and the lid is broken, again.

BoffinMum Sat 17-Mar-12 14:13:52

Aga kettle?

Here

mamijacacalys Sat 17-Mar-12 14:16:03

Have a stainless steel Russell Hobbs that is 10 years old and still going strong so would consider that make again.
Bosh kettles are meant to be good but ££££.

PigletJohn Sat 17-Mar-12 17:25:17

I recently had four Morphy-Richards kettles in 18 months. I only paid for one of them, the others were all replacements under guarantee because the lid fastening broke and they wouldn't open. When the fourth one broke I didn't bother having it replaced, I just bought a Russell-Hobbs. Seems fine.

naturalbaby Sat 17-Mar-12 21:08:08

My Dualit one is 6yrs old. The coloured plastic on the lid is a bit discoloured and cracked round the edge but otherwise it still looks good and shiny. We had a couple before it that didn't last more than a couple of years so this one has been well worth the money.

Liveinthepresent Tue 20-Mar-12 21:44:15

Thanks everyone !
Hob kettle won't work for us ( rubbish electric hob) but they are definitely more reliable!
pigletjohn that sounds a bit like our track record! Annoying.
Going to look at Russell Hobbs and dualit first - though imagine dualit may be £££

mumdebump Wed 21-Mar-12 19:10:13

Have a Philips stainless steel jug kettle which is excellent and was not expensive. Also is v energy efficient as can boil just what is needed (min 1 cup - measure is on the side) Highly recommend it. Dualit kettles have had terrible reviews for durability.

fossil97 Fri 23-Mar-12 22:38:15

I think I have the same Philips kettle, it's really nice to use with an excellent water gauge. I see a lot of them about.

is it this one?

Just bumping this to find out if anyone has any strong views on kettles?
Key element I get so far from this thread is to avoid Morphy Richards...

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