Rated 5 out of 5Â by Malt20 A fabulous Colour. I love it.
I absolutely love this kettle. It was on my wish list for ages and I finally bought it for my new kitchen. It is very stylish and looks great. As far as I am concerned it was a very good choice.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by board_dude Snazzy looking kettle to give your kitchen the WOW factor!
The Delonghi 'Scultura' KBZ3001.BG Champagne Kettle does look great; the translucent contoured shell really gives this kettle a unique look thats sets it apart from many others on the market. A subtle orange LED under the branded badge indicates when the kettle is in use. The kettle sits nicely on the thin base and blends perfectly with the overall design so not to impact on the overall appearance. Functionally, it performs well boiling water relatively quickly. The lid and on/off lever under the handle feel quality to the touch, unfortunatly the handle feels quite flimsy and 'plasticy' for such a premium product. I also find the kettle quite heavy, with a dry weight of a little over 1.1Kg.
In short it would make a great looking addition to any kitchen, keeping in mind the matching product range, so long as your happy with the feel and weight of the product.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by carol58 wow
Brought the kettle and toaster for a Christmas present for my son and his partner soo stylish and looks really lovely. each item was Â£10 cheaper and delivery was free well done Debenhams .
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