Cookworks MK17P06A Signature Cordless Kettle Reviews
Product Type: Cookworks kettles
Description:2.2kW. 1.7 litre capacity. Dry boil protection. Safety cut out. Removable, washable limescale filter. Water window. Automatic switch off. Illuminated power indicator. Non slip feet. Cord storage. / Short name: Cookworks MK17P06A
Newest Review: ... we have to do so over the sink! It's certainly not a long term solution. So, even though this kettle costs under a tenner, ... more
Customer Cookworks MK17P06A Signature Cordless Kettle Reviews (6)
by - written on 28/12/07 (Useful, 190 readings)
I got up one morning to find my kettle had packed in, I was like a bear with a sore head as I love my tea in the morning, so of I went to Argos to get a new kettle, expecting to pay about £15 to £20, but I was well impressed when I found a Cookwork one for £7. While I was there I noticed other items in the Cookswork range are also very cheap. So I decided to buy the Cookworks kettle, white in colour and cordless, the max capacity is 1.7 litres. So I was pleased at the idea of saving myself a few quid, and so far so good its still going, although I did only buy it about four months ago. This kettle is really easy to keep clean, both inside and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/06 (Very useful, 2125 readings)
Cookworks MK17P06A Signature Cordless Kettle. ---------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------- Yesterday morning whilst venturing into the land of the living, I decided it was time to wake myself fully with a second cup of coffee of the day. Sadly, my attempts failed as my old kettle decided it was going to retire after 6 years of dedicated service. I was then reduced to the saucepan on the cooker routine to boil water and eventually got that second coffee. Whilst finally enjoying my coffee I decided to browse through the Argos Catalogue for a replacement kettle. After a few minutes browsing through the variety ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/10 (Very useful, 30 readings)
A week ago, my housemate and I were buzzing around the kitchen waiting for the kettle to boil, when, well it stopped working. With a bit of a bang! Not having the facility to make tea in our house is unimaginable, so it was with great relief that we remembered our old Cookworks Signature Kettle was still in the cupboard, waiting for just such an emergency. Thus I was prompted to write this review. The Cookworks Signature Kettle is a cordless jug kettle, which holds a maximum of 1.7L, and has such features as a removable limescale filter which you can then clean, dry boil protection so the kettle will turn itself off if there's nothing in it, and safety cut ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/08 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Those of you who have read my review for the cookworks 2-slice toaster will know im already a bit of a cookworks fan, and this lovely little kettle has done nothing but solidify this view. I moved out into the big wide world on my own at the young age of 16. Sitting in my first flat it was incredibly daunting all the things you realise you need that you take for granted whilst still living at home. Suddenly, the cost of life really begins to hit home and when you see prices like £25 for the simplest of the household accessory, the kettle, you begin to panic. So, barely out of romper suits and making my way around argos, the cookworks signature ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
We used to have a chrome kettle which illuminated. It was very pretty but ultimately, just as we got a new kitchen it packed up. I was leafing through the Argos catalogue and came across this Cookworks one and found it was only £9.99. Bargain. Don't be put off by the price of Cookworks items. They may be cheap on the wallet but they are definately not cheap for the kitchen. In fact, I have found Cookworks items so well made that I have acquired a few more items from the Cookworks range. I paid £9.99 for this kettle and have not had a days problem with it yet my illuminating, chrome Brevile kettle cost £45 and packed up 2 days after the warrenty was up. ... Read the complete review
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