Asda Stainless Steel Jug Kettle Reviews
Product Type: Asda kettles
Description:Mnaufacturer: Asda / Type: Kettle
Newest Review: ... but the boil-dry protection should switch it off anyway. ~ Cost ~ I have the 1.7 litre version, which may or may not be ... more
Customer Asda Stainless Steel Jug Kettle Reviews (3)
by - written on 03/05/13 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Kettles come and kettles go, and my experience is that they come and go a little too often these days. Having said that, I think with these cheaper kettles you can just as easily get a good one as a bad one. If something's going to go wrong, it will probably go wrong sooner rather than later and supermarkets like Asda are superb when it comes to returning faulty goods. This is what happened to me last time. I'd bought a kettle from Asda, something went wrong with it and so I took it back. Normally when a shop asks if I'd like an exchange or the money, I take the money and shop elsewhere; but because Asda are so no-nonsense about it, I thought I'd give them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/12 (Somewhat useful, 35 readings)
I bought this kettle last year when me and my boyfriend moved into our first flat. As we were just leaving home our budget was tight and while we wanted something cheap and cheerful, we still wanted something fairly stylish and not cheap looking. This kettle was ideal, as we don't drink hot drinks ourselves so it was really only for guests brews and gravy, etc, not full daily use. It was under a tenner, had a matching toaster available, and matched the fitted stainless steel appliances in our kitchen, so we made the purchase. It has been quite easy to clean and looks alot more than the price paid especially as it is cordless and has a neat and tidy base. The only issue I Read the complete review
by - written on 21/12/11, updated on 21/12/11 (Very useful, 165 readings)
INTRODUCTION I needed to buy a new kettle just over a year ago after suffering a minor electric shock from our old one. After looking at the range of kettles in my local Asda, I went for the supermarket giant's own brand stainless steel jug kettle as was on special offer at a price not much higher than the plastic ones. I prefer stainless steel kettles because in my experience they generally last a lot longer than the all plastic counterparts, but they are more expensive, so this seemed like a good price. In my experience I find that after owning a plastic kettle for a while that my drinks start to take on a funny plastic like taste which ruins ... Read the complete review
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