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2.0 out of 5 stars Lovely...until it gets to 1 years old and looks awful!, 26 Jun. 2011
This review is from: Morphy Richards Accents 43775 Pyramid Kettle (Kitchen & Home)
I had this kettle as a wedding present in addition to the toaster. It does the job - boils water! It's quite heavy which isn't a problem for me but might be for some.

But after 6 months it stopped working. I had a new one from Morphy Richards and excellent customer service so that isn't my problem with the kettle.

My complaint is after around a year, the stainless steel parts look terrible, patchy with bits of rust here and there. Also the plastic by water guage/under the water guage has warped and looks awful too. I'm ashamed to have it in my kitchen now - it's predecessor from the tesco value range still looked like new after 5 years but this, which cost £[..] and was a wedding present, looks awful! I wouldn't recommend or buy again. The toaster is in the same state too!
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Initial post: 14 Nov 2013, 15:59:00 GMT
Last edited by the author on 14 Nov 2013, 16:00:47 GMT
Cyndy Bevan says:
Mine did exactly the same. I'm sure it's mostly down to living in a hard water area, but it looks ghastly and Morphy Richards should be aware of the problem and sell it as unsuitable for certain areas. I also found simply wiping over the toaster with a normal antibacterial kitchen cleaner has removed paint. Really disappointing, given the expense and the quality I would have expected for that kind of outlay. Better off getting a £5 Tesco plastic one, which will last longer and stay looking the same.
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