Wilko Black & Copper Kettle review
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It’s rare to find a kettle as cheap as Wilko’s Black & Copper kettle, and especially one that doesn’t look cheap, too. Don’t let the sleek body and copper accents fool you though – a kettle isn’t a true bargain unless it can do its job as well, if not better, than pricier models. Read our review of this kettle to see if it deserves to be labelled a Best Buy or if it’s best left on the shelf.
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