Breville VKJ130 Reviews
Product Type: Breville kettles
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Customer Breville VKJ130 Reviews (3)
by - written on 13/09/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
When choosing a new kettle to replace a £70 Russell Hobbs one, the most important factor would be that it wouldn't drip and leek everywhere. This led me to look at the traditional style. This kettle is very stylish and looks good on the worktop. Doesn't command too much space either - very good considering it has 1.7l capacity (more than a lot of its 'stylish' competitors). The main competition being the Dualit - which i found too expensive for what it is (plus only 1.6l). But was unhappy about the leak on the Dualit as well. The pouring style of a traditional style eliminates the leak associated with a lot the upright kettles. A polished steel ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/11 (Somewhat useful, 42 readings)
Burnt my hand yet again. Enougn is enough and it hurts so bad. First burn I had not put the lid on firmly so as i poured the steaming water I burnt my hand. This happened again today. I am elderly and occupied with other things but if the handle had been on the side then even it I had been burnt by the steam it would have been much less. And the other time i burnt myself on this kettle my lower arm touched the hot body of the kettle and wow what a burn still have the mark. Its a really bad design fault to have the handle so close to the lid especially if the lid is not down properly and also if you are pouring out the water say into a washing up bowl then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/10 (Very useful, 128 readings)
INTRO: With it's retro design this Breville cordless kettle will look great gracing any worktop. That's about where the 'pro's' stop though. PRICE AND ALTERNATIVES: It's matching toaster (the VTT006 at £29.95) comes in at significantly less expensive than the stylish alternatives (the Dualit options are well over £100) and so makes great financial sense whilst being perfectly functional. However the Dualit kettle is only £5 more expensive than this one and incorporates a water filter (we ended up buying a Brita filter) after several embarrassing days of serving guests cups of tea with floating limescale. It also has none of ... Read the complete review
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