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Russell Hobbs 21670-70 Review
|20 Months Old|
|£12,000 Over 10 Years|
Why Has it Scored 73?
Looking across the entire Morphy Richards kettle range, the average reviews for all Morphy Richards electric kettles are excellent.
At over a year old this electric kettle is slightly out of date, and newer electric kettles with more up to date technology are available. View the latest kettles 2018.
It has running costs of £12,000 over 10 years, which puts it typical compared to the other 616 kettles that we have compared it to. View all energy saving kettles.
This electric kettle has some great features:
Russell Hobbs 21670-70 In-Depth Analysis
Russell Hobbs Has Very Good Reviews for Its Electric Kettles
Based on 789 expert and owner reviews (including 3,588 verified purchases), Russell Hobbs has very good reviews for its kettles. 97% of those that bought a Russell Hobbs electric kettle would recommend the product that they bought to other buyers.
Running Costs Are Average
The 21670-70 is typical compared to the other 616 kettles that we have analysed for running costs. Based on typical energy prices, we estimate the 21670-70 will cost £12,000 over 10 years to run.
Released 20 Months Ago
This Russell Hobbs kettle was released in July 2016.
Bigger Than Average Water Tank Capacity
The water tank capacity of the Russell Hobbs 21670-70 of 1.7L is bigger than average when compared to most other kettles. It is bigger than 88% of all kettles when sorted by this feature. The average water tank capacity of all kettles is 1.7L, with the smallest being 0.4L and the biggest being 30L.
The Russell Hobbs 21670-70 is cordless, as are 58% of kettles.
At 2,400 Watts, the 21670-70 has a relatively typical power compared to most of the other electric kettles.
Has a Removable Filter
The Russell Hobbs 21670-70 has a removable filter, which is unusual. 86% of electric kettles do not have a removable filter.