This kettle is ideal for those who prefer better quality water in their drinks.
The kettle itself has a quite nice design, and uses a 360 swivel base, which is standard for most modern kettles.
It weighs more than a conventional kettle, but that is due to the stainless steel, and also filter inside of it.
The rubber grip on the handle is good, as it means when pouring a full kettle it wont slip, and even if you hands are slightly wet.
The kettle has LED lights which constantly change between colours, which some might like, but could become annoying at times, and also an unneeded waste of power.
The boiling time is quite good, and will boil it quite fast compared to cheaper models I've used in the past.
The kettle uses a filter system, where the water must go through that before it can be boiled in the base of the kettle. I've read people complain about this, but most filters take a little time, and this only takes like 30secs for a full kettle to filter through before you can boil.
The limit of the kettle is only 1 Litre, which is more ideal for non large boils. Basically this item is more ideal for someone who mainly uses it for cups of tea or coffee, and would prefer nice, crystal clear water, that does actually make the drink taste a little better.
Overall It is quite nice, but anyone thinking of buying it should only for the reasons I have mentioned, and not if they are boiling huge loads all the time.
UPDATE: Having used this kettle for a month it broke. The open lid button when pressed goes in and doesn't come out, which means I cant open the lid to fill the kettle or change the filter. Pretty bad design flaw I think.