Cookworks Signature Illuminating Stainless Steel Kettle Reviews
Product Type: Cookworks kettles
Description:Brand: Cookworks / Capacity: 1.7l / Power: 3kW
Newest Review: ... purchased as I am sure I paid £19.99 last year. As well as the polished silver, Cookworks also have this model available in ... more
Customer Cookworks Signature Illuminating Stainless Steel Kettle Reviews (5)
by - written on 10/06/11 (Very useful, 156 readings)
~Why I bought it~ I'm not one for going out and buying things for the sake of it, something has to really need replacing before I'll buy new, it's not because I'm a miser, it's because I can't see the point in replacing something just because something new and better is on the market. That's probably why you'll notice some of my reviews are indeed about somewhat dated products. So to get to the product in hand here, I'm going to review the "Cook works Stainless Steel Kettle". The filter in my old kettle disintegrated plus the actual kettle was looking rather old and battered, I'd had it for a good number of years and was saddened to have to throw it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/13 (Very useful, 70 readings)
At the beginning of last year, we moved premises at work and we now had the luxury of our own kitchen! I was tasked with the job of kitting this out with appliances and one of the first items on my shopping list was a kettle. Having a limited budget, I choose a really cheap supermarket own brand model but after a few months this broke, and not having the original receipt meant we had to purchase a new one. This time I was given a budget of £20! The kettle is part of the Cookworks range which is exclusive to Argos. You can purchase both on line (with a standard delivery charge of £5.95) or in store, what I like most about Argos is you can check and reserve ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/11 (Very useful, 62 readings)
My lovely brushed stainless steel and wood Breville kettle recently stopped working after 7 long years of good service. I have become acutely aware of how expensive good kettles are becoming these days (even the plastic ones!), so set about looking for a decent replacement that wasn't going to break the bank. Like many people - or perhaps that should be women - I want things that look good. My husband was happy to get a value brand £5 white plastic kettle, but I wanted brushed stainless steel to "match" the rest of my kitchen! I also wanted it to be rapid boil, have a concealed element and a good sized viewing window - preferably ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I only ever buy a new kitchen appliance when the previous one breaks. My last kettle burnt out so I found myself needing a new one and quick!!! I couldn't be without my coffee and was having to boil a pan of water on the stove which was waaaaay to much hassle and wasn't quick enough in the mornings. I buy most of my appliances from Argos. For me it's a convent store close to where I live and it usually has what I'm looking for. I always check the stock online and reserve it to be picked up later. I had a quick look online and settle on the Cookworks Illuminating Jug Kettle. It's item number 423/3701 and currently on offer at 20% off. £15.99 instead of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/12, updated on 03/01/13 (Useful, 52 readings)
Cookworks Signature Illuminating Stainless Steel Kettle - £15.99 at Argos This kettle is a lovely shape, and design. I personally like the fact that it has a viewing pane at the side of the kettle so you can see how much water there is in it. (This was a real bug bear with my old kettle). The viewing pane is a turquoise blue in colour, and when it is 'on' it glows a blue colour making it easy to know when it is working. The kettle has a 1.7 litre capacity - it can easily make four cups of tea in one go (obviously this would depend on the size of you cups though). The lid puss back, and remains attached to the kettle while you fill it, ... Read the complete review
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