Russell Hobbs 18267 Regency Reviews
Product Type: Russell Hobbs kettles
Description:Brand: Russell Hobbs / Type: Kettle / Short name: Russell Hobbs 18267
Newest Review: ... Across the bottom of the kettle underneath the plastic water fill window it says Russell Hobbs in their font. The lid easily ... more
Customer Russell Hobbs 18267 Regency Reviews (4)
by - written on 15/06/12 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I don't know why but it our flat Kettles seem to be cursed, we were given one from my partner's mum when we moved in which was barely used which started to leak so it had to be chucked. Since then we've had to get rid of two new kettles one because it broke and the other was very small and useless when we had anybody over. I decided rather than buying another kettle relatively cheaply at Argos that I'd use some of the Amazon vouchers and get a decent one in the hope of it saving us a bit of money in the long run. My Mum recommended that I buy the Russell Hobbs Regency Kettle, as she'd bought it nearly a year ago and she'd had no complaints. I looked it up on Amazon and .. Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/12 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I've always had bad luck with certain kitchen items, fortunately it's not with sharp items such as knives, which is good. The kitchen items I am always having terrible trouble with, breaking them quicker than cricket ball going through a glass window, are mainly toasters and, my dreaded kitchen 'nemesis', the humble water boiling device that is called the kettle. So over the years I have owned, used and broke more kettles than Harrod's shop has sold, which has cost me a small fortune trying to keep my household happy with that fresh cup of tea and coffee, or even those dodgy cappuccino's that taste like powdered paint with a dash of sugar. I have tried out ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/06/12 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I must admit to being quite pleased when our last kettle boiled its last drop of hot water - I wasn't a fan of it. It was a silver Cookworks one and whilst it done the job, I missed having a fancy kettle. So off I searched (quite happily) for a new kettle when I came across the Russell Hobbs 18267. I purchased it from the JD Williams catalogue and it was £45 - alot for a kettle but I really did love the look of this one! The kettle comes in a largish Russell Hobbs box with a picture of the kettle on the front (and far too much packaging inside the box!). The kettle itself is brushed steel with a plastic window which shows you how much water there is in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
As you guys know, plastic kettles don't last long, however much you pay for one. The kitchen is a grave yard for them; one semi busted one tucked away in a cupboard and another one on top of the freezer. As they are so cheap our mums and other halves tend to buy another one when they start to go wrong whereas guy hang on in there until they get the last flicker of life out of them, all manner of electrical tape and tinkering applied to make them last. It's like ball-point pen. Don't lob it until it stops writing. Auto cut outs on kettles can be very annoying though. Women, on the other hand, want things to work and look pretty and so out it goes in the trash and another . Read the complete review
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All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
The time in which it boils water and the 'keep warm' function.
A seriously flawed design and quite difficult to live with a times.
Leaks and it doesn't stay crystal clear for long
Excellent cup of tea in record time.
Easy to use, quick to come to the boil, nice looking
none for the price
keep warm feature
the faults I have had
|Philips HD4690 - 1500 to 2000 ml - 2001 to 3000 W|
Lights up when it boils, boils quicker than hotel/B&B travel kettles, larger capacity, good quality.
No universal adaptor for use in other countries, bare element means long term cleaning
|DeLonghi KBR3015 Argento|
Elegant shape,easy to use and clean.
A bit heavy at 1.8kg