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Russell Hobbs RH13552 Ellora 1-2/3-Liter Stainless-Steel Electric Kettle

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  • Electric kettle quickly boils up to 1-2/3 liters of water for tea, hot cocoa, and more
  • 1200-watt concealed heating element; drip-resistant pour spout with removable filter
  • One-touch on/off switch; stay-cool handle and lid knob; convenient cord storage
  • Cordless design for easy serving; 360-degree swivel base; power-light indicator
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Color Stainless Stainless Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Material stainless-steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Dimensions 10 inches x 7.75 inches x 7.25 inches 10.2 inches x 7.9 inches x 9.1 inches 12.5 inches x 10 inches x 8.5 inches 8 inches x 9.4 inches x 8.4 inches
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This cordless kettle lifts off its 360-degree swivel base for easy filling and pouring. With its traditional kettle design and modern stainless steel finish this kettle is perfect for home, office, or dorm. This powerful unit boils water for tea, hot chocolate, or instant foods.

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 7.2 x 10 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000UTZ114
  • Item model number: RH13552
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (181 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,266 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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98 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Gardenfriend on November 29, 2008
This is a great kettle. I've used plastic electric kettles for years but with concern about plastics in the food chain, I purchased this kettle. The design makes the kettle very stable on the counter. Wiping the kettle down with a microfiber cloth will keep the brushed stainless finish looking fine. Instructions say not to use vinegar to remove scale that builds up in the kettle. I do it anyway as I have done in all kettles I've owned. Boil 1 part vinegar and 5 parts water in the kettle, let it rest for awhile, pour it off and boil a pot of plain water to get rid of vinegar and scale residue and kettle will run quietly and efficiently. Enjoy!
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68 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Rudorfer on November 12, 2008
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I had one for 15 years by this manufacturer. That one was durable and worked
every time. It still works but is suffering from wear. The new one is better engineered: no port in the lid to emit burning hot vapor; the handle is positioned out of way of the steam.

update 4-19-2013 - on and off switch failure under light use - loss of quality from last one - seeking alternative.
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83 of 87 people found the following review helpful By J. Davis on February 20, 2010
Severe disappointment. This is the second of this model in less than 12 months on which the on/off switch has gone faulty. It's not true 'Russell Hobbs' like the old British days -- that name was sold off. If you boil water only two or three times a day, this might serve. I use it an average of once every hour to 90 minutes, and the switch is not up to the job.

It's a relatively quiet, fast boiler, and is a handsome brushed steel finish. Be aware that the lid is a bit too snug, so you may need to adjust the tangs that hold the thing on (use needlenose pliers). It's attractive enough and stable on the base. To keep the inside clean, empty out the unit and stand it upside down with the lid off, overnight.

The fact that it's made in China is not itself a negative. It seems that most electric kettles, cordless or otherwise, do not live up to the reputation of their predecessors.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Erika Day on January 20, 2011
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I researched electric kettles for many hours before deciding on this one. Our previous kettle which we'd only had 6 months or so had plastic water gauges and apart from the health concerns, imparted a plastic-y taste to the water even after 6 months of use. We are on a mission to eliminate plastics from our kitchen so the old kettle had to go. You'd think it wouldn't be hard to find a kettle with zero plastic in contact with the boiling water, but you'd be wrong. I eventually decided on this one, though reviews said there was some sort of plastic piece inside. There is indeed some plastic inside. First, a plastic piece that holds the screen over the pour spout that just clips under the rim and can be removed in 2 seconds with no tools. Second, a black lever that indicates the maximum water level. Its a very strange solution when it seems like a little dent mark would serve the same purpose. At any rate it didn't take long to remove that piece either. My husband unscrewed the complete assembly from the pot, cut this lever off as close to the main piece as possible and reattached the assembly to the pot. Everything works just fine like this, and that leaves only two very small pieces of plastic inside the kettle that don't come near the boiling water at all. Not 100% ideal, but considering the other options I'm pretty happy with this one. I'm sure these modifications have voided the warranty, so follow this advice at your own risk. Other than that its a pretty bare bones kettle: on/off switch and a power indicator light. I would have liked a lid that was attached to the pot instead of one that pulls off completely and it would have been nice if there was no plastic inside at all. The stainless seems a little bit thin and chintzy, but I can't say that really effects anything. It boils water. The water tastes fine. No weird smells. Four stars is probably more than it really deserves, but after our mods got the plastic down to almost nothing I'm feeling generous.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By DJH on December 22, 2010
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After reading the reviews of many other electric kettles I decided on this unit being that it was constructed of stainless steel and had minimal plastic. In just under a year, the kettle has developed an electrical fault making it useless - the final straw for this poor quality product. Material is stated as stainless steel - but you have to remember that there a various qualities of stainless and this kettle clearly falls short of using anything of quality: my kettle has developed rust on the inside! I could understand it if I was doing something crazy like boiling sea water - but this is regular household water I'm using. If the supposed 'stainless steel' is corroded by household water it makes me wonder what type of blend of metal they really used and if any chemicals have been leaching into the water for the last year.

I remember Russell Hobbs as being a quality brand (the sort where a kettle by them would last 20 years) - but reading some other reviews it seems that the name was sold off and people like myself are ending up purchasing something that, in my opinion, is of extremely poor and dubious quality.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Anne Carol Pittman on December 21, 2008
I had purchased a tea kettle 7 years ago, had a larger base and heated alot faster. The newer model is sleeker looking but I prefer the heat time for the older model.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By E.S. on May 23, 2010
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After reading and comparing loads of reviews for electric stainless steel kettles I ordered this one and haven't regretted it yet. I've had it for 2 weeks and can't say how long it will last or if it will rust (as other reviewers mentioned) but so far there are no complaints. I would have liked to have waterlevel marks inside but can do without. Not having the easy water level indicator on the outside means that there is no plastic on the inside. The only plastic inside this kettle that touches the boiling water are the filter and the filter holder and both are removable. The first two times I boiled water I poured the water on the weeds in my driveway. When I tasted the third batch it tasted perfectly fine (and I do have very sensitive testbuds:)I previously ordered the Cool-Touch kettle from Hamilton Beach. I liked that the outside didn't get hot (but just as with pots you just touch the handle...) but it doesn't hold 8 cups or 64oz as advertised. This kettle truly holds 1.7l (1 3/4 quarts)and that's what we need for a family of 5. Another big plus is that the kettle pours great, no more spills! I would recommend this kettle.
Update after 9 months:
No rust or leaks but something came loose underneath (between the bottom of the lining and bottom of kettle) and is rattling around in there. Also, after use there is a smell of burned plastic from the base (contact??). Since it is still under warranty I called the 1-800 #. It is a call center, not Russell Hobbs, and guess what, they don't have this model available anymore. They offer some other kettle for replacement. Never mind that the replacement is a plastic kettle. Now I'm back to researching stainless steel kettles to have a list of acceptables ready when I call again....
No kettle lasts forever but I expected this nice kettle to last longer... can't recommend anymore unless you feel that $45 for 9 months of use is a good deal....
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