Cookworks Red Kettle Reviews
Description:Brand: Cookworks / Material: Stainless steel / Power: 2.2kW / Capacity: 1.7 litres / Features: Concealed element / ... more
Newest Review: ... price was good and I don't like paying too cheap or you just end up replacing b) the brand name and previous success and c) ... more
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Cookworks Stainless Steel Kettle - Red.
The Cookworks kettle features a removable limescale filter that h ...
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
Customer Cookworks Red Kettle Reviews (3)
by - written on 08/11/11 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I recently had the misfortune of heading for my pre-bed cup of tea and finding a Kettle that was on the blink. So four weeks ago I had to head out into town on a wet Sunday morning to find a new Kettle. I headed straight to a local Argos and (although I did use some vouchers) picked this up for £14.99. I have used the Cookworks range on many occasions before and never had a problem with it so, parched and with a throat like a desert, I bought my Kettle and headed home. The reasons why I bought this were three fold...a) the price was good and I don't like paying too cheap or you just end up replacing b) the brand name and previous success and c) the colour ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/11 (Useful, 13 readings)
My kettle packed in a few months ago, so I purchased this from Argos for £21.99. What made my buy this one was the attractive deep metallic red colour of it. It was very different from ones I'd had before. Also I've had Cookworks products before that I've been very happy. When I used it for the first time I was a bit surprised by the loudness of it. Also it takes quite a time before it reaches boiling point. My previous kettle was a rapid boil but this one is not so I did notice a difference with the boiling time. However it does the job intended. It sits well on the base and the flex is of a fine length. A problem I have noticed about it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/11, updated on 21/02/11 (Very useful, 72 readings)
==Cookworks Red Stainless Steel Kettle== Hello, My Name is Newby2 and I am a Tea-a-holic! It has to be said that I drink far too many cups of tea per day and I literally cannot get enough of the stuff. Throw in a few hot chocolates a day and using the kettle for hot water bottles and pouring over vegetables before boiling equals one very over worked kettle. That said my last kettle was giving up the ghost and I was worried it would give up completely without me having a replacement. I wasn't too upset seeing as it had done a good few years service with a lot of hours put in (and I had the fairly recent idea about changing from a silver ... Read the complete review
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None from me
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