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  • The ASDA stainless steel cordless kettle is a personal favourite of mine
  • Since I bought my first property I have taken an unusual interest in what I would normally consider to be boring household items
  • The best thing about the ASDA stainless steel cordless kettle is the price
  • When you consider that you can buy kettles, which look none to dissimilar to this model, for closer to one hundred pounds then you can see the value in this particular kettle

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      The ASDA stainless steel cordless kettle is a personal favourite of mine. Since I bought my first property I have taken an unusual interest in what I would normally consider to be boring household items. They now take on a whole new meaning to me. Now these little objects do much more than simply perform a simple task, they now are objects to be looked at, accessories to finish off my Swedish designer kitchen. I am, however, not a millionaire, so the fact that I can get stylish accessories at a budget price is a real treat to me.

      The best thing about the ASDA stainless steel cordless kettle is the price. Being sold at eleven pounds ninety four, the ASDA stainless steel cordless kettle is a prime example of a budget kettle. Yes, you can buy one cheaper, but not one which looks nearly so beautiful. When you consider that you can buy kettles, which look none to dissimilar


      to this model, for closer to one hundred pounds then you can see the value in this particular kettle.

      The elegant sloping sides of the ASDA stainless steel cordless kettle give it a much more expensive feel than you would expect from a kettle of less than twelve pounds. The black supports for the stainless steel jug really show off the steel. There is also a rather nice water level indicator which give a lovely focal point to the whole machine. This also serves a good purpose in that you can see how much water is in the kettle. In this day and age there is good reason for checking the water levels on your kettle. Boiling more water than you need is an expense that most of us can do without. Experts say that you should only ever fill a kettle as with as much water as you need in order to conserve energy, and with the ...


      • ASDA stainless steel cordless kettle, this is easier than ever.

        The black plastic handle and lid do look more than a little cheap, but this is only to be expected on a kettle of this price. They do serve a function beyond aesthetic beauty. The kettle body gets very very hot, the black handles are the only part of this striking kettle that do not get hot. So as you can imagine it is an essential part of this kettles design.

        The ASDA stainless steel cordless kettle has a distinctly average 1.7 liter capacity. This capacity is enough to make tea or coffee for a room full of people. It is about the average that you will find in a kettle these days. It is certainly not a main selling point. If a kettle had a 2.0 liter capacity, for example, then this would be a major selling point. As it stands the capacity is a fact, but nothing to

        get excited about.

        The kettle has a removable (and therefore a cleanable) water filter. Whilst this is not so much an essential feature up here in Scotland, where the water is so pure that there is nothing to filter out, I can appreciate that in the rest of the world, this simple feature can make an awful lot of a difference to the user.

        The most important feature on the ASDA stainless steel cordless kettle is not any of the above features. It is the safety thermostat. This is something that a lot of people perhaps do not think about. But it is something that should be essential on any kettle. It is a feature that is essential for safety reasons. This feature switches off the element when the water gets to boiling point. Without the safety thermostat there is a real danger that the water would not stop boiling and would overheat and be a real fire risk.




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