Morphy Richards Verve 103010 review
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The Morphy Richards Verve kettle is ‘inspired by artisan pottery and ceramics’, with an unusual textured body that’s sure to draw attention to your countertops. A kettle isn’t worth its place on your worktop unless it can perform its main job well though, so read our full review to see how quickly it boils, as well as how easy it is to use and how well it conserves energy.
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