Reviews and Problems with Hamilton Beach 8 Cup Cordless Kettle
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nice and stylish
22 March 2015
Summary: I love this kettle. It boils water quickly about 4 minutes for a full kettle, it looks good if you wan to leave it on the counter. I bought one for my daughter also when she had her baby to boil the water for bottles and she uses it everyday several times a day now for 5 months and it still works...
This kettle pours terribly to the point of being dangerous
susie cashmore, Amazon
18 February 2015
Summary: This kettle pours terribly to the point of being dangerous. Lid is fixed and folds back into kettle so kettle cannot be filled up. Best thing was the very nice stainless steel lining. I persevered but ended up returning.
Summary: Very disappointed in this. It is very loud, takes a good bit of time to heat but the worst thing about it is that it leaks all over the place when you pour from it. I threw it out and got a different one very quickly.
Summary: I said I did not want one but my adult children bought me this electric kettle and I love it. Today I learned from a review on this site why my kettle occasionally leaked. Operator / slightly overfilled / error. Cannot go wrong with this product. Mine is 2.5 years old and still boiling.
Summary: I have owned this cordless electric kettle for several years (not sure if I bought in in 2009 or 2010). We use this kettle many times a day, the inside is all stainless steel with a little bit of plastic where the lid is. It is double walled construction and easy to fill water.
Summary: The kettle boils water quickly, and I like that it is not plastic inside, but it is very loud when it is heating. Also, I don't like that the lid is hinged in the middle. It means that as you fill the kettle part of the outer lid is going to be submerged in the water, which doesn't seem very...
Summary: This Kettle drips water out the bottom every time I pour out of it--unless I am VERY careful to pour very slowly. It is also heavy, and hard to hold--so pouring very slowly isn't that easy. It's also just annoying when I have owned many kettles that have never had this problem.