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Looking for a new electric kettle? If you're looking for a new kettle, it's nice if we can show you the current range of electric kettles, including the current stocks and prices of the various shops. Popular Product works closely with many popular shops and carries a wide range of well-known kettle brands such as DeLonghi, Russell Hobbs, Philips and Smeg. This makes buying a kettle a lot easier and if you also use our handy filters like best tested, popular, lowest price or brand.
Buying tips kettle
Which kettle should I buy? The range of kettles on offer is vast, so finding the right one for you can be a daunting task. Narrow down your search for the best kettle with our expert buying guide and see which kettles made the grade as Which? Best Buys. We've rounded up some of our favourite top-scoring Best Buys to help you find a perfect kettle in a hurry. When buying a new electric kettle, there are three key things you need to keep in mind.
You can find cheap kettles for around the £10 mark, but the most expensive kettles set you back nearly £200. If you only use the kettle occasionally we advise no to spend to much, but if you use the kettle more often we suggest picking a kettle that goes the extra mile. With extra functions, such as a water level indicator, quiet boil option, multi-temperature settings or smart functionality.
Kettles can we found with all sorts of designs. Pyramid kettles (aka dome kettles) are known for their traditional domed shape with a handle on the top. Jug kettles have a taller jug design with a handle on the side. The water gauge is larger and easier to see on a jug kettle, and the lid can be a bit more fiddly to remove on dome models. If you want a lighter kettle, please consider a plastic kettle, which usually less than 1 kilogram.
If you live in an area with hard water, a kettle with a limescale filter in the spout, is essential. Nowadays, most kettles have a limescale filter, but not all. Some kettles also have built-in water filters, which filter the water.
As you can see, there are quite a few topics you need to consider for the best kettle. Of course, we can help you with our advice page on the best kettles. If you have a pretty good idea of the answers, use our filters to find the best kettle for you.
Which kettle should I buy?
Are you looking for a new kettle, but you don't know which one to pick out? We like to help you select the right kettle for your cup of tea. We collected some buying tips for you.
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