Kenwood SJM280 Reviews
Product Type: Kenwood kettles
Description:Model ID SJM280 / Brand: Kenwood / Capacity: 1.7 Litres / Short name: Kenwood SJM280
Newest Review: ... 2001. Why I purchased this product I purchased this kettle last year as our old kettle took an age to boil and I felt it ... more
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Customer Kenwood SJM280 Reviews (10)
by - written on 19/12/10 (Very useful, 232 readings)
In my house, we've had all sorts of kettles. We've had big ones and small ones. Cheap ones and expensive ones. Quick boil and takes-3-hours-to-boil. Plug in and even proper hob-top whistling kettles. So I feel like I am at least qualified to comment on our current kettle, the snappily named Kenwood SJM280 which has had pride of place in our kitchen for a couple of years now. Our kitchen is very matchy-matchy and I'm sorry to say that rather than doing any major research on the best kettles, we chose this kettle because it fits in with the metal toaster and the microwave! Well, first things first: appearance and design. The kettle is medium-sized and quite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/10 (Very useful, 98 readings)
I bought this kettle about 6 months ago from Tesco's and have been very happy with it to date. This kettle appealed to me to be honest, because of the trendy style. I liked the chrome effect which matched the theme in my new kitchen. The Kenwood SJM280 cost approximately £25, which I think is a good price and makes this kettle score high in my opinion in relation to value for money. Although I bought the chrome version, the kettle also comes in black. The flip lid shuts easily and securely which makes it simple to pour boiling water without having to worry that it may spill out. This kettle does require slightly more electricity ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
There's something about a kettle that it is not built to last, I know they are usually under warranty for a year after buying but all the kettles I have owned so far have only lasted on average two years or less. I'm not sure if this is because there are four of us using it daily but once again my kettle has given up the ghost. I have just been out to buy a new one and it is the above Kenwood SJM280 to replace the same kettle I have had for two years, the reason I have bought another one is because I like the style of this kettle and the colour matches well into my kitchen design and with the other kitchen assessories that I own. This new ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/10, updated on 21/04/11 (Very useful, 203 readings)
Until recently, I have owned the Kenwood SJM280 Kettle. The only reason I no longer have this is I moved out of my Mums, and I decided that she could keep this kettle (most of the stuff in the kitchen was my own!) as I fancied getting a new one (expect review soon - when it is accepted as a suggestion!) The SJM280 is a cordless jug kettle, which is silver and black. It has a 1.7 litre fill capacity, which is the generic amount for most kettles it would seem. The kettle has a base "pod" which is a thin, black circular stand attached to a cord and plug so you can power the kettle. The kettle easily lifts of and pops onto this "pod". There is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/10 (Very useful, 132 readings)
We bought this kettle around 2 years ago from Argos. We wanted something in brushed steel without fussy scales on the side. As this one has the scale on the back under the handle it was perfect. We paid just under £35 for this kettle but you can probably buy them a little cheaper now its been out a few years. I thought this was pretty reasonable and the kettle looks quite expensive out on the side in the kitchen. The brushed metal is quite thick looking which I liked as some kettles and toasters can look thin and cheap. The kettle has not dinted or tarnished at all in the past two years. A quick wipe down and it is as good as new. To ... Read the complete review
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