Cookworks White Kettle Reviews
Description:Brand: Cookworks / 2200 watts / 1.7 litre capacity / Design: Jug / Dry boil protection / Automatic switch off / Neon power indicator / Exterior Colour: White
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Customer Cookworks White Kettle Reviews (7)
by - written on 13/09/10 (Very useful, 77 readings)
My kettle is one of my most used and treasured possessions, growing up in a house where the kettle is permanently on well and truly rubbed off on me and I am now a bit of a tea freak. I usually spend quite a lot on a kettle, my last one cost £50 because it was supposedly the best thing since sliced bread, sadly after just seven months of having the thing, it decided to stop working. In my search of a new one I had a look in Argos, I still had the intention of buying a mid-top of the range one, but when I saw this Cookworks one for just over £10, I thought I had nothing to loose. That was just under two years ago and our relationship has never been stronger ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
A couple of months ago my kettle starting leaking, it cost us £40.00 and was just over 12 months old. I was pretty mad about this and decided to just buy a cheap one for the time being as we are due to completely redecorate the kitchen and was not sure of the colour scheme or anything and could pick up a decent one at a later date. We opted for a basic kettle, Cookworks White Kettle from Argos for £12.99 and to be honest it has turned out to a pretty decent kettle. It is a basic white colour, angled in shape with a blue see through panel so you can see how much water is in it. It also has a useful removable washable lime scale filter ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
My kettle had been on its way out for a while on the run up to Christmas, so I had planned to look for a replacement in the January sales. I was expecting to pay around £20 - £25 for a brand name kettle on sale, until I saw this one on offer in the Argos January sales for only £3.24! At that price I decided it had to be worth a try, even if it didn't live for more than a few months. The normal RRP is around £12, though prices vary depending on which shop you purchase it from. Amazon are selling it for a massively inflated £24.99 so do shop around. When I got this kettle unpacked, I was pleased with the size and design of it. The handle is smooth and well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I have been trying to save money so obviously this is the time that everything seems to break. My kettle was amongst the items that have broken this month so I decided that although I couldn't do without one it didn't matter what it looked like so long as it was functional so decided to have a look at Argos. I found the Cookworks kettle in the sale reduced from £12.99 to only £3.24 and it was in stock at my local store so reserved one and picked it up without really taking much notice of anything except the price. Cookworks are usually only sold at Argos however this kettle is currently for sale on Amazon. The kettle came boxed and once opened it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/10, updated on 23/09/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
It's difficult sometimes, isn't it? Do you choose the cheapest kettle of the lot, and wait for the day (quite soon) when it has a tantrum and quits on you? Do you choose a fancy, expensive affair, spend the children's/grandchildren's/goldfish's inheritance on it, and forever bemoan having spent so much money on a relatively rudimentary item? Or do you plump for the middle of the road option: not too cheap, not too expensive, in the hope that you've made a reasonable compromise on all fronts? I have myself have wrestled the same dilemma previously; the result of which was the purchase of a Cookworks white kettle for £12.99 from Argos. Let's work through ... Read the complete review
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