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Deal of the week: quick-to-boil kettle, £20

Buy a refurbished Intelliboil kettle for less

Deal of the week: Morphy Richards Intelliboil kettle

Deal of the week: Morphy Richards Intelliboil kettle

Which? has been scouring the web this week for the best online deals on the Intelliboil kettle from Morphy Richards, which is able to boil a cup’s worth of water in less than a minute.

The Intelliboil kettle can boil a litre of water in just over two-and-a-half minutes – making it one of the quicker kettles we’ve tested.

The RRP on this model is £49.99, but coming up trumps on price this week is Choicebrand.co.uk, where a ‘graded’ Morphy Richards is currently available for £19.99 including free delivery. 

Choicebrand sells factory reconditioned, end-of-line and ex-shop display products. The company offers a three month warranty and seven-day ‘no quibbles’ money-back guarantee if you’re not happy with the product.

If you’d rather buy it new, head to Amazon. Seller Euroelectricals is selling the kettle there for £34.39 (plus £3.50 shipping) – still a good £10 cheaper than the RRP.

Morphy Richards 43870 Intelliboil kettle

The ‘intelligent’ part of the Intelliboil kettle (model 43870) is its multi-temperature boil options – so you can choose whether the water heats to 85ºC, 95ºC or 100ºC depending on which hot drink you’re making.

You can read our full evaluation of this kettle in our kettles review, where we reveal if it scored highly enough on factors including energy efficiency and ease of use to achieve a Which? Best Buy recommendation.

In total we’ve reviewed 150 different kettles – our top 36 kettles are Which? Best Buys, while the lowest scorers are Which? Don’t Buys.

Worked up a thirst reading this story? We’ve also got top tips on how to make the perfect cup of tea.

Deal of the week

Spotted it for less elsewhere? Found a great bargain on a kettle? Let us know – email bargains@which.co.uk with the details and we’ll update this page.

As well as kettles, we’ve also tested a range of other kitchen gadgets, including toasters, slow cookers, breadmakers and hand blenders.

All prices correct as of 9am, 9 June 2010.

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