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Russell Hobbs knows that there is nothing better than enjoying the optimal cup of tea in the comfort of your own home. You can now get cleaner, clearer and great tasting water which means better tasting teas and coffees thanks to the Purity Kettle by Russell Hobbs and Brita.
Cleaner, clearer filtered water makes hot drinks smell, taste and even look better. The Brita water filter reduces impurities such as chlorine, lead and copper, preventing scale deposits for a longer product lifetime. A built-in indicator reminds the consumer when its time to change the filter cartridge.
The Brita Kettle features a power 3kw rapid boil, 1 litre boil capacity, 0.5litre hopper capacity, blue illumination when switched on, a cartridge replacement reminder and it also comes with a free Brita Maxtra filter.
The user should check there is sufficient water filtered through before switching it on to boil. If used with insufficient water the boil dry cut-out will switch the kettle off, see Instruction booklet notes 41 and 42 on Page 5.
nice kettle easy to use and change filters not to heavy even when fullPublished 2 days ago by janastacia
Brilliant kettle. My tea wasn't ever been more clear and tasty.Just filters are kind of expensive...Published 6 days ago by Kornel
It does what it said but the filtering process is quite slow and I can still see some lime scale on the bottom of the kettle. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Emile
Great kettle and as I am in a hard water area keeps the water clearPublished 14 days ago by Tina Mitchell
Great, nice & quiet, quick to boil and no need to keep a jug of filtered water in the fridge any more. Read morePublished 14 days ago by J S (York)
Like the kettle very much. No real issues to report. Love the fact I can filter before boiling as the water here is less than good.Published 15 days ago by MissMatilda
Good looking kettle but doesn't hold enough water Filter runs out too quickly A poor choice for mePublished 19 days ago by Richard Johnson