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Russell Hobbs 14389 SAVANNAH - kettle

Price: £34.96

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    Key Features

    • Highly polished stainless steel body
    • Water level window
    • 360 degrees base
    • Auto shut off
    • Easy open lid
    • Illuminated water gauge ring
    • Removable, washable filter
    This 14389 Savannah jug Kettle features a stainless steel finish with a 3kW concealed element and 1.6L capacity. This Kettle has a water level indicator allowing you to only boil the required amount. Also included is a 360 degrees base for right or left-handed use and a limescale filter.

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    Russell Hobbs 14389 Savannah 1.6L Kettle

    Product Type
    1.7 litres
    Water Level Indicator
    Replaceable Filter
    Automatic Switch-off
    Heating Element
    360 Degree Connector Base
    Kettle Features
    360 degree connector base, concealed heating element, cordless pouring, internal illumination on boil, auto switch off on boil
    Special Features
    Water level indicator, washable scale filter, removable limescale filter, illuminated water gauge, auto switch off on boil
    Exterior Features
    Polished stainless steel housing
    Safety Features
    Auto shut-off
    Max Power Consumption
    3 kW
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year
    Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by good value looks good reasonable kettle My previous kettle was illuminated but leaked after a while. This ketle is smaller in capacity but large enough for most peoples needs so hopefully avoids over use and saves on the electricity bill! Reliable manufacutor in my experience so well worth a try! 07 December 2012
    Rated 4 out of 5 by A Very Good but Very Bright Kettle Good kettle, looks smart, can't fault it on the work top and in boiling water (what it is there for after all) only thing being that on flicking the switch it looks like the aliens have landed... everything is bathed in an electric blue light emitting from some cleverly hidden (i.e. can't be disabled...) led lights. Disco in your kitchen? 18 April 2013
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