Sainsbury’s Supermarket Basic Cordless Kettle
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  • Rather than using limescale remover (in other words putting chemicals in our kettle, which is equally disgusting in my opinion
  • So we decided to risk buying a kettle that would cost us the equivalent of a couple of boxes of tea
  • I would heartily recommend this product, and say don't be put off by the Basics label

    • by daisy 2000
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      Our kettle was getting old. It still worked, but the limescale was growing limescale, and the thought of drinking water from there was just getting too disgusting. Rather than using limescale remover (in other words putting chemicals in our kettle, which is equally disgusting in my opinion!) we decided it was time for a new kettle.

      In the current financial climate we didn’t want to spend too much money, so we decided to just get a cheap one from our local supermarket. And when we got to


      the homeware section, we realised just how cheap they can be! While the top of the range kettle was in excess of £50, you could buy a respectable looking kettle and still get change from a £5 note!

      The Sainsbury’s Basic kettle, at £4.99, is part of the Sainsbury’s Basics range. This range also covers food and other household goods, and are exactly what the name suggests, a basic, no frills brand. Having already tried some of the tinned food, and some baby items, I ...


      • knew that despite the price, the range is still of a good quality. So we decided to risk buying a kettle that would cost us the equivalent of a couple of boxes of tea!

        We’ve had our Basics kettle for a couple of months now, and have been extremely happy with it. It has an attractive appearance; it’s white and shiny, and has a nice angled look to it. You turn it on by flipping up the red button, which lights up, so you can easily see

        if the kettle is on or off. It has a base which plugs into the wall, and the kettle slots into this base, so the kettle itself is cordless and you’re free to carry it around, to refill etc.. It holds the normal amount of water, and boils the water as any kettle should.

        I would heartily recommend this product, and say don’t be put off by the Basics label. Despite its price tag, it still has to conform to electrical safety regulations, and so it’s a really good buy.




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