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4.0 out of 5 stars Very nice product, 16 Feb. 2013
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This review is from: Morphy Richards Brita Electric Filter Kettle - Brushed Stainless Steel (Kitchen & Home)
A very nice product with a nice solid feel to it however prospective buyers should be aware of two things. Firstly it is a lot bigger than it looks in the picture and also a lot heavier. At the risk of enraging the feministas, this is not a Kettle for a petite Woman. (Or even a petite Man for that matter!) If you fall into this category I would strongly advise that you see and try out the product "In the Flesh" before buying or you might find you have bought something that you will struggle to use, not good for something full of boiling water! Secondly the filter reservoir only holds about a third of the kettles boiling capacity. To boil more than two cups at once you will need to "Fill" the kettle several times first. These issues are not in any way faults. It is just the nature of the product but potential "On-Line" buyers need to be aware of them. Because of these issues I have awarded four stars rather than five. Not because the product has any faults, just that it cannot be recommended unreservedly to all potential buyers
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Initial post: 14 Dec 2013 11:28:20 GMT
Your point about the weight of this stainless steel kettle is a good one. I have compared the weight to the weight of the plastic versions of the same kettle in an actual, non-virtual shop (Robert Dyas), by physically lifting them up. The plastic versions are noticeably lighter than the steel version, which felt definitely on the heavy side to me (a woman!), so i'm planning to buy one of these. Hope this helps potential buyers.
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