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Breville Lightning JK73 Brushed Stainless Steel Jug Kettle


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  • Fast boil 3 kW brushed stainless steel jug kettle and base
  • Concealed element for maximum efficiency and easy clean
  • 1.7 l capacity and large water window for accurate filling
  • Fitted with non-slip, 360° rotational base for left and right-handed usage and cord storage
  • Blue internal illumination on boil and Keep Warm function
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Technical Details
Brand Breville
Model NumberJK73
Item Weight1.7 Kg
Product Dimensions26.6 x 20.6 x 19.2 cm
  
Additional Information
ASINB000HDAQ5O
Best Sellers Rank 784,929 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.7 Kg
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Date First Available1 Jan. 2006
  
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Manufacturer's Description

Breville Lightning Brushed Stainless Steel Jug Kettle JK73 has a keep warm function which is ideal for busy family breakfasts, commercial breaks and cooking etc. It is easy to see the water level indication with its translucent spout and rear. It has a capacity of 1.7 litre and has a removable, washable limscale filter. It looks great with a stylish brushed stainless steel.

Box Contains

  • 1 x Kettle
  • 1 x Base
  • 1 x Instruction Booklet
  • 1 x One Year Manufacturer's Warranty

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    2.4 out of 5 stars

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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Two Stroke on 20 Jun. 2008
    Very fast boiling kettle and very impressed initially. It was bought for the fact the kettle lights up red when hot and blue when not. Due to my eyesight problems I thought this would work well. The trouble is the red light goes out as soon as the kettle has boiled, not when the water has cooled as I initially thought. So the lights are more of a gimmick than usefull.
    After around 10 months the blue light started flashing constantly (much to the amusement of friends) for a week then stopped all together.
    It is now 12 months old and cannot be left while boiling as it has stopped turning itself off on the boil! Great, I get to babysit a kettle!
    It was the best of a bad bunch at the time of purchase. Kettle's are just so poorly made these days. Is there such a thing as a kettle NOT made in China??
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Honey on 16 Nov. 2008
    I was sent this as a replacement for another Breville kettle I wasn't happy with. I'm not unduly picky, honest.
    The first one wouldn't stay on long enough to warm the water never mind boil.
    Although this one boils quickly enough and is relatively quiet, within 4 months of acquiring it I'm already looking for something better.
    You simply can't trust this one to switch itself off when it comes to the boil. The lid flips up and it just boils and boils. Last night I went out of the kitchen for no more than five minutes. I went back to find 3 feet of steam across the ceiling and dripping cupboards, tiles, cooker hood etc. Talking of the cooker hood, which has an oak trim - it has already lost some of the "finish" because this blessed kettle doesn't switch itself off. Many's the time I've had to dash across the kitchen, tripping over the dog in the process who's standing perplexed by the noise of the kettle, to switch it off.
    Don't touch this model with a barge pole unless you're prepared to stand over it.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. Christofi on 10 Sept. 2007
    One of my best friends has this kettle, which I use on a daily basis, and I think it's fantastic (Funnily enough it hasn't had one fly in it, as it's impossible for anything to enter the kettle).

    It boils water very fast, and I love how the lid just pops open with the touch of a button (rather than having to manually open the lid which on some kettles can be quite hard). Also the lid is connected, so you don't have to worry about it accidentally falling on the floor, or misplacing it somewhere. The boil button is situated at the bottom of the handle, and feels quite sturdy when pressed - you don't feel like it's going to go flying at any minute!

    It's quite cool how it illuminates the blue light, and then a red light when it's boiling.

    Another cool feature is the keep the water warm button, but I have to say I have never had the need to use it so far.
    It also has a very comfortable handle, and feels nice to carry and pour.

    I am going to buy one of these for myself asap, as I think it's a great kettle - and I already have the matching toaster lol!
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mr. C. A. Mcmahon on 30 Jan. 2008
    We have had two of these kettles within one month with the same fault. It appears there is a design fault which causes the lid to open while boiling or while pouring each could result in a severe burn. I suggest you keep well away from this kettle
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Moo on 11 May 2010
    I wanted a kettle that wouldn't show up the hand prints when 'him in the shed' came in to make a brew - so chose a black one of this model. Loved the blue light (although it's a waste of electricity) and it boils really quickly.

    Lid was easy to use and didn't have any problems with it other than the fact it pours boiling water all over the worktop and your feet. How you ask? The lid doesn't seal shut, so as you pour from the spout, water leaks up the sides of the lid and runs down the kettle - onto the work top and your feet. Thought it was us being dim or something but it is definitely a design flaw. Gutted because I really liked that kettle and now can't find another one that has good reviews. The replacement Breville I bought is equally rubbish and I don't think I'll be buying that brand anymore.

    I've seen another reviewer say the same thing, so now know it wasn't me being dim!
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Mullins on 21 Feb. 2010
    I purchased this kettle 12 months ago and would make the following comments

    - the kettle does not sit solidly on its base, it wobbles
    - the lid stopped opening as designed after 6 months
    - the filter isn't efficient - hard water scale, which builds up quickly where I live, can find ways round the filter
    - the blue light still works but it's only red when boiling then blue when done. It therefore doesn't indicate water temperature.
    - on occasion it has failed to switch-off when the water has boiled
    - it is quick and quiet in operation

    I wouldn't recommend. I managed 12 months usage and yesterday replaced it.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Soupy on 14 Feb. 2011
    Stay right away from this kettle unless you enjoy the frisson of excitment that comes from waiting for the lid to flip open and give you a face full of steam. On the plus side, leaving it unattended and coming back to a kitchen full of steam (because the lid has flipped open) can be a very useful aid to removing stubborn wall paper. Apart from it being over priced and dangerous, it's also extremely difficult to clean as the aperture is too small so on the whole, awarding it one star is probably one star too many.
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