Product Type: Breville kettles
by Tom - written on 28/12/12
Filter is clearly flawed by design and the noise is atrocious, but the most un-nerving thing is that it can often not switch off.....It's happened twice in twelve months but that twice too many times. I won't buy one again.
by - written on 16/08/09 (Useful, 184 readings)
I am fed up of my Kettle so thought I would share it with you my parents initally purchased the kettle for christmas 2007 and this is the third kettle that we have and since we had the first one the models have changeds slightly although they still haven't dealt with the real problems. Firstly I will describe the plus points ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/09 (Very useful, 654 readings)
I just hate it when I have one of my blonde moments in the kitchen! Fortunately, they don't happen too frequently, but a few weeks ago, I had just poured some boiling hot water out of the kettle into a saucepan and replaced the kettle back on the worktop. I then realised I had put it a little too close to the edge. I suppose it was the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/08 (Very useful, 213 readings)
About 8 months ago, my wife surprised me by spending nearly two days studying kettles (yes kettles), apparently our old one was no longer any use and we needed a new one. Now this came as a surprise to me because I used the kettle every day and when I put water in it and switched it on, it boiled the water which to me hinted ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/08 (Useful, 119 readings)
The minefield of kettles is a nightmare to go through - trying to find the right one for you can be horrific - scanning all the catalogues, trailing round the shops and searching online - I found this one at Comet and it was "love at first site". The overall design is very pleasing to the eye - very sleek lines for a ... Read the complete review
by Andy Lewis - written on 14/02/08
Spout filter disintegrates. Breville say it should be replaced every 6 weeks to 6 months and is not covered under the warranty. £3 replacement cost.
by - written on 21/03/07, updated on 24/03/07 (Very useful, 1509 readings)
All I wanted was a new Kettle; the old one was looking a tad worn after God knows how many years of use. Why do they have to make so many different types, there must be hundreds of them (I’d much sooner Review Whisky any day – at least you get to taste it…). All I wanted was a kettle that boiled water, it didn’t have to be as ... Read the complete review