You can buy a basic kettle for a fiver nowadays.
|Photo Credit- Argos|
But it is very basic.
I fancied something a little bit fancier, that would compliment our new kitchen, with a recognised name.
|Photo Credit - Argos|
I like the fact it changes colour as the water boils and the light stays red to indicate there is no need to reboil the kettle. I think that might be quite energy saving.
It is interesting to note that for £9.99 I could have bought an extended warranty (what a waste of money! but I did check and the normal warranty lasts for 12 months. So lets take the gamble.