Morphy Richards 43673 Reviews
Description:Jug Design / 1.7 Liter / Cordless / With Concealed Element / 3100 W / Short name: Morphy Richards 43673
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Customer Morphy Richards 43673 Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/02/08 (Very useful, 154 readings)
The Morphy Richards 43673 kettle is good at getting the job done of boiling water. It's fast and energy efficient also doesn't tip forward when you lift it no matter how full it is so has good design. The water gauge is big which makes it easy to read from both sides also the 360 degree base makes it easy for both right and left handed people. The kettle is black with a neat aluminium type finish which looks cool enough to go in a office or home environment. It has a whistle which can be switched off under the base unit. A cool feature of the kettle is that it gives out a blue glow when filled with water whilst it is being heated. The feature that makes ... Read the complete review
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