Russell Hobbs Darwin 21470 review
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If you're after a just a basic cheap kettle you might consider the white Russell Hobbs Darwin 21470. This is a no-frills choice that you can pick up for less than £20. We've seen bargain Best Buys at this price point, but other inexpensive kettles are slow to boil, waste energy and are a total nightmare to use. See how this kettle scores in our expert review.
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