Breville JK120 Reviews
Product Type: Breville kettles
Description:Model ID JK120 /
Newest Review: ... need to boil) Then repeat this two more times and you're good to go. A nice feature from Breville is that the kettle ... more
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Breville Brita filter silver jug kettle JK120
Changing illumination feature, standby blue, boil mode redBoils a ...
Last Update 23.05.2013 07:50
Customer Breville JK120 Reviews (3)
by - written on 01/11/11, updated on 01/11/11 (Very useful, 46 readings)
The price I paid 100Euro around £86 Breville, well known for their small quality kitchen appliances. Brita, well known for their quality water purifying expertise. Put these two world leaders in their field together and what do you get? A cheap, shoddy, plastic kettle. I must point out something first. When I use the word cheap I mean the quality of the product. Not the price, this is anything but cheep for the resulting tat that you get for your hard earned money. This is a strongly worded review, I realise that. But I don't want anybody to be as foolish as I was and buy one of these things, only to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/09 (Useful, 24 readings)
I purchased this kettle as I liked the idea of using filtered water in my kettle. The filter cuts down on the scale produced within the kettle if replaced when they have run out of life. Living in an area where my last kettle needed to be descaled at least once a month this is a huge bonus. The kettle is a lovely sparkly stainles steel looking kettle which has a blue light to show that there is power goining into it. This light changes to red when the kettle in in use and is boiling. There is also a mode for keeping the kettle hot in between use. I love this kettle and I have recommended it to many people who have since gone onto buying one and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/08 (Useful, 47 readings)
This is a lovely kettle. We had to go through many kettles to get to this one as many we had before broke, this one is the only one to last us yet! The design is simple but effective and looks good in our kitchen. The illuminated water stays on blue until it is boiled then it changes to red. Whilst boiling the kettle remains fairly quiet which is an advantage and it also boilds quickly. To be totally honest though, I cannot tell any difference between water boiled with a filter cartridge and one without, though some people may tell you the opposite. I think the cartridges are quite a lot of money as well if you are like me and can't tell the difference (£9.99 for 3). ... Read the complete review
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