Logik L17KBS10 Reviews
Product Type: Logik kettles
Newest Review: ... (roughly 500mm) links the kettle base to a plug. This is long enough for the kettle to sit neatly on a kitchen side, but not ... more
Customer Logik L17KBS10 Reviews (3)
by - written on 27/02/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Initially I saw Logik as a company producing only electrical goods, but then I came across this neat looking kettle in a catalogue a while back. I thought it would fit in with my new kitchen design and so decided to give the kettle a go - for £15.00 it seemed like the right price-range for such a device. With a 1.7 litre capacity, the kettle is plenty large enough for the boiling of water for multiple cups of tea and coffee, and is ideal for use in cooking related endeavours. I like how the device adopts a small blue, luminous glow at the base of the transparent plastic measuring piece - this is more for show than allowing people to read the measurements at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/11 (Somewhat useful, 18 readings)
I recently have moved house and the first thing you go to do is offer visitors a cup of tea/ coffee when they arrive and after making this mistake several times then having to apologise that we have not purchased our kettle yet we decided to head to look for one.. To go with the kitchen we knew we wanted Black but we also knew we did not want to spend a small fortune on one either As soon as we got to currys we were torn between two kettles and it was the price of this Logik L17KBS10 stainless steele Kettle that won, we purchased the kettle for £19.99 which may i add is at least £20 cheaper than the average kettle these days. the Kettle is brilliant it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/11 (Very useful, 104 readings)
Last year ago my mum returned something to Curry's and gave me the £15 credit note as there was nothing she needed to buy. I completely forgot about it until a few months ago when I realised that it was going to expire! I took it to a big Curry's on a local retail park and had a look around. I fancied buying a blender and knew that my kettle and toaster could both do with replacing although neither were desperate for an upgrade. I drink so many cups of tea that the kettle is the most used appliance in our kitchen by a long way so the idea of getting a new more attractive model made a lot of sense. We finally decided on the LOGIK L17KBS10 Cordless Jug Kettle ... Read the complete review
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