Who knew that it could be so difficult to choose the right kettle? I had no idea how many different options and functions there were – far too many to make an easy decision. The problem is that I tend to have trouble trying to work out which is the best type of appliance for me. I get confused when there are a lot of options and end up not choosing any at all! Not a good state to be in, but it’s something I can’t really control.
One that I really like the look of is the Russell Hobbs 15082 kettle. It has an amazing style to it – a blue light comes on inside when the kettle starts to boil – but it’s expensive. Do you guys think that it’s worth the extra money? It’s about £10 more than other models – not too much and it’ll look great in my kitchen.
Anyway, I need to get a new one as soon as possible. I live off tea and coffee during the week (I try to “detox” at the weekend) and haven’t been able to have a proper cup of tea in ages since the kettle broke. I could just go into town and get a new one, but I don’t want to end up spending a lot more money than I need to without finding out about the proper reviews.
I think that Russell Hobbs probably make the best appliances – I have other kitchen appliances made by them that have always worked well – but I’m still doing research into which is the right one. I’ll let you know how it goes.