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Russell Hobbs Legacy 21881 review

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Russell Hobbs has been making kettles for 60 years, and the brand has launched its Legacy range to celebrate this. This kettle has excellent credentials, but we take nothing for granted at Which? and ran it through the same rigorous testing procedure as every other kettle. Read our full review to find out whether this kettle is one of the top performers.
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We have tested 312 kettles and found that there are 11 Don't Buys and 94 Best Buys.
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