Asda Smartprice Plastic Kettle Reviews
Product Type: Asda kettles
Newest Review: ... does slightly let the product down which is a cheap white cardboard box with the Asda value logos on, as the kettle looks ... more
Customer Asda Smartprice Plastic Kettle Reviews (6)
by - written on 09/11/11 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I have to admit that when it comes to kettles I never spend very much on them because I find that the cost really doesn't tend to reflect on how long the kettle lasts. At the end of the day, all the kettle needs to be able to do is to boil water - and that really is it - and so I refuse spend more than is absolutely necessary. I do tend to need to replace my kettle every year or so anyway - and cost does not seem to be an influencing factor! This kettle, however, lasted just 3 weeks in my house before I gave up and took it back! My latest purchase, which I've had for approximately three weeks is the Smart Price Plastic Kettle which cost me just £5.49 direct ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/11 (Very useful, 123 readings)
I am pleased to announce that we have finally got a Lifeboat shop here in Llandudno (in St George's Place to be exact) - hurrah! We are currently in the process of getting everything set up to open on Thursday afternoon 27th October 2011. We will then open for a few hours a day until we all get up to speed with the scanner till, credit card machine etc. and then we will have a grand opening in December once any problems are ironed out. As part of setting up the shop we have all the items such as a counter, shelves, till etc but we also needed a kettle, mugs, tea, coffee and such like. We'll each be doing four hour shifts so we'll need a cuppa at some ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/11 (Very useful, 73 readings)
After putting up a good fight, my kettle finally gave in last week and went to that big kettle heaven in the sky......well, that big black bin outside really, but you know what I mean! After getting a garbled message from my husband that the kettle had died, and he had nothing to make himself his first official coffee of the day after work (I know, isn't life hard!), I popped back in from the car park of my local Asda to fetch one, luckily I had just finished a big shop and was still in the car park! After an extensive perusal (which actually equates to me swearing under my breath, that I had had to go back in again!), I grabbed the cheapest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/12 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I bought this 1.7 Litre 220W Asda Value Kettle for my grandma very recently. (I bought it because the off switch on her kettle had stopped working, so if you put the kettle on to boil and left the room, the water would reach boiling point, but the kettle wouldn't turn off, so the kettle would boil itself dry, and steam anything in the surrounding area!) I bought this kettle for a very reasonable £5.49. The kettle is used on a daily basis by an elderly couple ( my grandparents) myself and for the occasional visitor. The kettle is a plain white plastic design, which comes with a flip lid, and comes on a separate stand. Is a simple, smart design, certainly no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/12 (Useful, 11 readings)
I bought this kettle for uni, as I needed something cheap that I could stow under my desk (and save me from those perilous trips down to the kitchen in the middle of the night). For the price, I wasn't expecting much, and thought it would take forever to boil. It doesn't. I've found it to be really quick, especially when you're boiling just enough water for one or two cups. It's a little noisy, and the power chord's quite short, but for the price I couldn't recommend it enough. The kettle's easy to wipe clean and there aren't really any crevices for dirt to gather in, so it seems pretty hygienic. With the handle on the side, it's really easy to fill up as you're not ... Read the complete review
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