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Philips HD4671/20 Energy Efficient Kettle, 3000 Watt, 1.7 Litre - Brushed Metal

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  • One-cup indicator to avoid boiling more water than you need, saving up to 66% energy
  • Hinged locking lid: easy to use, maximum safety
  • Flat heating element for fast boiling and easy cleaning
  • Double action filter for clear water and a cleaner kettle
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Philips
Model NumberHD4671/20
ColourSilver
Item Weight2 Kg
Product Dimensions27.2 x 16.2 x 24.7 cm
Capacity1.7 litres
Volume Capacity1.7 litres
Power / Wattage3000 watts
Voltage240 volts
MaterialStainless Steel, Plastic
Auto ShutoffYes
Special FeaturesBoil Dry Protection, Concealed Heating, Cordless, Water Filter
  
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ASINB001EHF3P0
Best Sellers Rank 4,188 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
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Date First Available19 Aug. 2008
  
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Product Description

Reduce your energy consumption by only boiling what you need

The Philips HD4671/20 brushed metal energy efficient kettle is a stylish metal kettle with unique feature: the one-cup indicator. This allows you to avoid boiling more water than you need, saving up to 66% energy compared to a regular kettle, and helping you to reduce your impact on the environment.

Safe to use

  • Hinged locking lid: easy to use, maximum safety.
  • Lid stays cool for optimal safety.
Easy to use
  • Cord storage in base.
  • Pirouette 360° centre connector for easy lifting and placing.
  • Light indicates when the kettle is switched on.
Quick to clean
  • Flat heating element for fast boiling and easy cleaning.
  • Double action filter for clear water and a cleaner kettle.
Energy-saving one-cup water level indicator

The Philips HD4671/20's unique one-cup water level indicator allows you to only boil the water you need and no more, saving up to 66% energy compared to a regular kettle, reducing your boiling time, electricity bill and your impact on the environment.

Note : Some common misuses with regards to leaks and crackling noises are scale related. Depending on water hardness, kettles do need to be descaled every 1-3 months. This will remove impurities and extend the life of the kettle.
Also, there is a minimum amount of water that can be boiled in a kettle at once, if there is too little the kettle may not switch on to boil - this is a feature called boil-dry protection.Kettles will produce louder noise as it reaches boiling point, this is normal.
If the lid is not closed completely before the unit starts to boil it will take longer for the unit to shut off.
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  • 1 × Philips HD4671/20 brushed metal energy efficient kettle
  • 1 × Product instructions


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    1,411 of 1,425 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 25 Sept. 2009
    Update June 2015.
    6 years since I posted the original review and the most common question is - how long did it last?

    Well the answer appears to be 6 years. Issues faced, clear plastic in lid discoloured and started to disintegrate after 5 years, just recently I've noticed slight drips under the kettle. I am assuming this is coming from the clear side wall where it joins the metal - but I can't find the leak, so assume it's only when kettle is boiling and the heat opens a gap. The light in the on/off switch still works but for some reason is much dimmer than it used to be. There has been no change in the noise of the kettle boiling but is still acceptable. Other than that there have been no issues, it still boils fast, no smells or tastes.

    Given that this kettle has been used a minimum of 5 times per day (probably nearer to 10 at weekends)over a period of 6 years means that it has performed single cup and full boils flawlessly over 10,000 times easily. I would of course love a kettle that lasted indefinitely but looking at the evidence I am more than happy with what this item has done. In similar terms other kettles have only lasted a fraction of what the Philips HD4671/20 has achieved!

    I knocked off a star on the first review because of a few drips of water left in the kettle, in practise this has proven irrelevant, and with the excellent performance I have no hesitation in giving the extra star back again. So I am replacing the kettle again due to the mystery leak, but it's going to be the exact same model again, only pity is that it's still reasonably pricey and no-one seems to be doing any deals! For me this kettle worked, but as I said the last time - you pays your money and takes your chances!
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    175 of 177 people found the following review helpful By diving girl on 7 Jun. 2009
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    I've had the kettle for 2 months and am very pleased with it. The cup measure is very helpful for only boiling what you need, it pours without dripping, the button to open the lid is great for keeping your hands away from the hot steam when you refill again straight away. The brushed steel goes well with my kitchen and doesn't get as dirty as the shiny steel of my old kettle. But the thing I like most is that it boils almost as quickly as my old kettle but I can stay in the room and have a phone conversation whilst it does it! Much quieter. :-)
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    146 of 148 people found the following review helpful By F. Neilson on 24 Feb. 2011
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    I took a long time to find a kettle that I liked, and that ticked all the boxes. Before I bought this one, I bought a cheaper, lesser known brand - which lasted one day before malfunctioning! I then got the Philips one and am really pleased with my choice. Looks very smart and aesthetically pleasing without being over the top (ok, so it doesn't light up with colours when it boils - I can live with that!). I very much like the brushed metal and chrome (goes well with the microwave!).

    Boils fast, due to the 3.0KW element - good for people in a hurry, or just impatient for their cuppa (like me!).

    The ability to boil just a small amount of water is an important energy saving idea, and helps to balance out the cost of using a high wattage element. Most times I boil the kettle, it is only for one cup of tea/coffee, so it suits my needs in that respect (probably applies to most people I would think ie most times only a small amount of boiled water is needed, for hot drinks).

    will help keep my electricity bill down (kettles use a lot of electricity when boiling - I have an electricity monitor that shows me just how much the electricity consumption shoots up when a kettle is being boiled!) It can be difficult to read the gauge, due to condensation - you have to move the kettle around a little to see the water level - not a problem though).

    The fast 3.0KW element doesn't mean the kettle is noisy. Far from it. It was important to me to get a kettle that was quite quiet when boiling - one of the reasons I got the Philips one was when I read a review that said it wasn't a noisy kettle.
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    566 of 577 people found the following review helpful By A. Cresswell TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 25 Jun. 2010
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    I've been using a gas kettle (one you place on a gas cooker) for about 10 years now but recently my other half has been leaving it on and forgetting about it. An accident was just waiting to happen. In order to fore stall a nasty incident I decided we'd get an electric kettle. My God !!! Things have changed. I filled the kettle to the 3 cup level to make 2 cups of tea and went to let the dog out and came back to find the kettle off. I felt a sense of doom and thought I'd bought a duff kettle and it had fused or tripped or something. I went to switch it back on when I noticed a whisp of steam.. really ? you're kidding ? I was away about 60 seconds. I had used bottled water from the fridge. Cold water. I couldn't belive it. I made the tea then showed the wife. Filled it up with cold to 3 cup level and pop .... literally less than a minute later the damn thing had boiled !!! Incredible. Definately recommended. But one of these and stop waiting for the kettle to boil. That and the water level incidator means you use the water you need and so it boils very fast indeed. Not often I give 5 stars but this deserves it. P.S. If you read my review PLEASE rate it ... help keep the feedback system working at amazon. Thanks.
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