Russell Hobbs 11521 Reviews
Product Type: Russell Hobbs kettles
Description:Cordless jug kettle. Power: 3 kw. Capacity: 1.7 litres. Element: Concealed. 360 degree connector base. Water le ... more
Newest Review: ... has a base that plugs in so is cordless if you want to move it around the kitchen etc. Looks good in stainless steel but ... more
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Part No : RUS152170 Fits Models: 11521, 14101, 13775
Last Update 07.12.2013 14:41
Customer Russell Hobbs 11521 Reviews (5)
by - written on 26/07/10 (Very useful, 102 readings)
One of the first things that I do when I get to work of a morning is to put the kettle on, there is nothing more important to me than that early morning cuppa! I am quite lucky that in my office I have a small work station that allows me to have my own kettle in the office so I can pretty much have a drink when I want. Up until recently I had a Tesco branded kettle in the office but as well as looking old and dated it finally gave in and stopped working. After getting the electricians at work to have a look and condemning it tot eh scrap heap I was given permission t go and get a new kettle so armed with my petty cash I went into my local town and to my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 126 readings)
I'm getting the bug for reviewing electrical items around the home which aren't baby related...here is my next offering - the Russell Hobbs Kettle, model number 11521. I think we have had this for over a year, maybe even 2 (I'm not sure because since having babies I have no concept of time passing, what year we are on, or even my own age), but I do know we have had this particular kettle for quite some time and it hasn't broken yet - as previous models have done quite regularly. I can't remember how much we paid, but I remember at the time that we wanted to pay a little bit more than your rock-bottom price in the hope that the quality would be good, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/11 (Very useful, 91 readings)
My late mother had a Swan kettle which lasted her for over 10 years so I'm wondering why, in our small household, we manage to go through at least one per year? Our latest is the Russell Hobbs (model no:11521) jug kettle which hubby bought from Costco before the VAT increase and it cost around £24 (inc). The kettle came in a box with the inevitable over packaging, 1 year guarantee plus a small but comprehensive guide on how to use the appliance. The first thing that struck me was the very shiny chrome as we've always had black or matt silver ones before - this one has a real mirror finish to it. Immediately I thought I'd have to wipe it clean after ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/13 (Somewhat useful, 17 readings)
We received this kettle as a gift when we moved into our first flat. It is a 1.7l kettle with flip switch and a flip up lid and filter on the spout. It has a base that plugs in so is cordless if you want to move it around the kitchen etc. Looks good in stainless steel but that is about it. It's very noisy ( probably the noisiest kettle i have ever heard! woke my sleeping baby many times!) and the stainless steel gets dirty looking very quickly. It takes ages to boil compared to other kettles I've used and gets limescale very quickly! Honestly if you wanted a kettle this noisy you'd have a traditional whistling kettle!! I think ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/12 (Somewhat useful, 22 readings)
We have had this kettle for around 3 years and its still works as good as the day we bought it. It is stainless steel and has a great shine and the design is stylish. It fits well with any other stainless steel appliances. It is cordless and sits on a shallow black base. An issue we have is that the cord on this base is far to short. You have to have the kettle right next to a socket. The kettle heats up quickly and keeps the water hot for a while. It can hold 1.7 litres which is plenty for just 3 of us to have a big cup of tea. We do keep it clean but we have never really had any limescale which is surprising. We love the kettle and it has lasted 3 ... Read the complete review
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