Disadvantages none so far
|Ease of use|
|Cleaning & Maintenance|
|Value for money|
The kettle is mainly all white, with a see through strip at either side of the kettle, to enable you to see how much water you have put into the kettle. there is a silver coloured flap at the top of the kettle for easy access to lift up the lid.Just further down from that is your switch to turn the kettle on. The kettle is kordless, as it is sat on a white base that's plugged into the wall. The lead for this is not very long so the kettle does need to be placed pretty close to a plug.
This kettle can be used for both left handed and right handed people. The kettle also has a filter on the inside of the spout, which as far as I can gather will not come off as I have tried.
Then flick the switch which will turn blue when the kettle is on, then just wait and the kettle will turn off when its fully boiled.
The kettle is not really that noisy although it can be heard, and I am sure you can buy quieter kettles than this one, but it's not too noisy that you can not cope with it, just the normal boiling noise.
The price I am not too sure of as this was left for me when I got my new flat, so I got it for nothing. But I would guess you are looking at around £20-£30 pound.=overall opinion==
So far I have experienced no problems with this kettle, it works well, not too noisy and always boils the water fully, so what more do you need from a kettle, so I would recommend anyone to buy this.
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