Russell Hobbs KE9000R Electric Kettle, Red

January 29, 2020 - Comment

Your favorite beverages are ready in minutes with the stainless steel Russell Hobbs 1.8-Electric Kettle. The easy-view water window ensures you have the proper amount of water every time while the removable filter keeps minerals and impurities out. Get peace of mind with boil/dry protection, which shuts the kettle off when the water level is

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Your favorite beverages are ready in minutes with the stainless steel Russell Hobbs 1.8-Electric Kettle. The easy-view water window ensures you have the proper amount of water every time while the removable filter keeps minerals and impurities out. Get peace of mind with boil/dry protection, which shuts the kettle off when the water level is low and the 2-hour automatic shut-off function. Serving is easy at any angle with the 360-Degree stay-cool swivel base and built-in cord storage will keep your countertop neat and clean.

Product Features

  • Automatic Shut-off
  • Removable Washable Filter
  • 360-Degree Swivel Base
  • Water Window with Level Markings
  • Built-in Cord Storage

Comments

Anonymous says:

A Top Pot I got the red (a color I love) but only after discovering the silver didn’t seem to be available. Is the kettle being discontinued? The only flaw: I’ve already managed to scratch the red exterior coating. Not difficult, apparently. This is my third Russell Hobbs kettle. One died. One was destroyed by a friend by accident. All my British friends have Russell Hobbs kettles and they drink a lot of tea, which is why I got it originally. It does work quickly. I wish there were a sound…

Anonymous says:

Don’t Buy this Lousy Excuse for an Electric Kettle Fool me twice. This kettle is a piece of crap, and I’ve bought two of them in two years, so I should know. I was drawn in by the Russell Hobbs name and the elegant design. Don’t be fooled. It’s made in China, the construction is slipshod, and it will break within a year of purchase. Given that it’s a very simple product, involving a heating element, a plug and a switch, this defies belief. I’ve tried to return it, and the process is so byzantine that I gave up. For an item that costs…

Anonymous says:

Great teakettle; read the directions first I researched for a long time before deciding to purchase this kettle (to the point of, as someone else said somewhere, quite humorously, practically poking my eyes out). There are so many problems with electric teakettles, including the fact that they just don’t seem to last long – my last one was a Farberware coffeepot that I used without the filter just to boil water for tea. It died after 5 years, and it was only the little electric switch that died, a cheap part that you can’t buy by…

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