A decent, reasonably priced kettle. Does the job it was meant to do.
tony porto, Dooyoo
13 April 2015
Excerpt: I always thought you cant really go wrong if you've heard of a brand name with something as 'unimportant' - at least in the great scheme of things - as a kettle, as I don't usually take any notice whatsoever of brand names. I really did just think. Oh! Russell Hobbs!
Pros: "does everything you want it to", "good price"
Not bad for the price if you don't mind the noise...
17 September 2013
Excerpt: We received this kettle as a gift when we moved into our first flat. It is a 1.7l kettle with flip switch and a flip up lid and filter on the spout. It has a base that plugs in so is cordless if you want to move it around the kitchen etc. Looks good in stainless steel but that is about it.
Excerpt: When our last kettle packed up, it was quite late in the evening I wasn't left with much choice of where to buy so off I went to Tesco's to see what they had available. I think I paid in the region of £25 for the kettle which I think is quite reasonable and inline with similar models on the market.
Excerpt: We have had this kettle for around 3 years and its still works as good as the day we bought it. It is stainless steel and has a great shine and the design is stylish. It fits well with any other stainless steel appliances. It is cordless and sits on a shallow black base.
worth having a look at this model if you're looking to replace/buy as a present
10 January 2011
Excerpt: My late mother had a Swan kettle which lasted her for over 10 years so I'm wondering why, in our small household, we manage to go through at least one per year? Our latest is the Russell Hobbs (model no:11521) jug kettle which hubby bought from Costco before the VAT increase and it cost around £24...
Excerpt: I'm getting the bug for reviewing electrical items around the home which aren't baby related...here is my next offering - the Russell Hobbs Kettle, model number 11521. I think we have had this for over a year, maybe even 2 (I'm not sure because since having babies I have no concept of time passing,...
I think I just paid more for the Russell Hobbs Logo!
20 March 2010
Excerpt: The latest in a long line of cheap kettles that pass through my kitchen, the Russell Hobbs 13775 is a luxury product, by my standards. Living in a hard water area, I get through kettles very quickly due to excessive limescale.
Excerpt: I have only recently purchased this kettle and i think it is one of the best kettles we have had. Russell Hobbs combines traditional styling with high tech performance in its classic range of stainless steel small appliances.