Morphy Richards 102785 Red Equip Stainless Steel Jug Kettle, 3000 W, 1.7 Litre, Red

£27.00

Brand Morphy Richards
Colour Red
Capacity 1.7 litres
Material Stainless Steel
Power / Wattage 3000 watts
  • Large 1.7L Capacity - Make up to 6 drinks at a time
  • 3kW Element for Rapid Boil - Have your hot drink as soon as possible
  • Easy View Water Window - Easily view how much water is in your kettle
  • 360 Degree Base - Easily use your kettle whether left or right handed
  • Cord Storage - Keep your kitchen worktop neat and tidy

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From the manufacturer

Morphy Richards 102785 Equip Red Jug Kettle stainless steel

Morphy Richards 102783 Equip Black Jug Kettle stainless steel

Morphy Richards 102785 Equip Red Jug Kettle stainless steel

The Mor­phy Richards Equip stain­less steel jug ket­tle has a styl­ish fin­ish and is avail­able in 4 stun­ning colours. With illu­mi­na­tion, easy view water gauge and a 1.7L capac­i­ty to make up to six cups at once, this ket­tle has all the func­tion­al­i­ty you require.

It also fea­tures a 3kW con­cealed ele­ment for rapid boil, a 360° base for right or left hand­ed use, and a remov­able limescale fil­ter for clear water. For safe­ty, the ket­tle also offers boil-dry pro­tec­tion and cord tidy.

  • Large 1.7L Capac­i­ty — Make up to 6 drinks at a time
  • 3kW Ele­ment for Rapid Boil — Have your hot drink as soon as pos­si­ble
  • Easy View Water Win­dow — Eas­i­ly view how much water is in your ket­tle
  • 360 Degree Base — Eas­i­ly use your ket­tle whether left or right hand­ed
  • Cord Tidy — Keep your kitchen work­top neat and tidy
  • Stain­less Steel Case

Morphy Richards 102785 Equip Red Jug Kettle stainless steel

Morphy Richards 102785 Equip Red Jug Kettle stainless steel

Morphy Richards 102785 Equip Red Jug Kettle stainless steel

1.7 Litre Capacity

The gen­er­ous 1.7 litre capac­i­ty tank means you can boil water for up to 6 drinks at once, sav­ing time and energy.

3kW Element

Rapid boil means your hot drinks are ready in no time, thanks to the pow­er­ful 3kW element.

Easy View Water Window

Allows you to eas­i­ly view the con­tents of your ket­tle, and only boil what you need — wast­ing less energy.

Morphy Richards 102785 Equip Red Jug Kettle stainless steel

Morphy Richards 102785 Equip Red Jug Kettle stainless steel

Morphy Richards 102785 Equip Red Jug Kettle stainless steel

360 Degree Base

Eas­i­ly remove and replace your ket­tle in any direc­tion, whether you are left or right handed.

Cord Tidy

The base clev­er­ly con­ceals any excess wire, so that your kitchen side is always mess-free.

Limescale Filter

The spout includes a limescale fil­ter, ensur­ing your hot drink is per­fect every time.

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Additional information

Weight 1.22 kg
Dimensions 25.7 × 22.4 × 20.6 cm
Brand

Morphy Richards

Model Number

102785

Colour

Red

Package Dimensions

25.7 x 22.4 x 20.6 cm; 1.22 Kilograms

Capacity

1.7 litres

Volume Capacity

1.7 litres

Power Wattage

3000 watts

Material

Stainless Steel

Special Features

1.7L Jug kettle Fast boil

Item Weight

1.22 kg

ASIN

B08LHGWF83

Date First Available

27 Oct. 2020

Manufacturer

Morphy Richards

Reviews

  1. Daniel R.

    Almost per­fect, and makes a good cup­pa!I bought this ket­tle to replace anoth­er Mor­phy Richards ket­tle I had which final­ly gave up the ghost after more than five years of heavy use. I was almost tempt­ed into buy­ing a more expen­sive “all bells and whis­tles” replace­ment, but I’m glad I opt­ed for this cheap and cheer­ful stain­less steel mod­el which is very sim­i­lar to the pre­vi­ous one I owned. It looks nice in the kitchen (although it does attract fin­ger prints), the base is very neat and it brings water to the boil quite quick­ly with less noise than a basic white plas­tic ket­tle. My only real gripe is that the water lev­el indi­ca­tor is only on one side, and the oth­er side is all steel (on the old­er mod­el it was on both sides), but thank­ful­ly it’s on the side that I usu­al­ly have fac­ing out­wards so it does­n’t both­er me much. Don’t be suck­ered in by the ridicu­lous­ly expen­sive ket­tles out there! This makes a good cup­pa and saves you a few quid, what more do you want?

  2. Moz­za

    Mor­phy Richards 102784 Cream Equip Stain­less Steel Jug Ket­tleI returned a Lil­Part­ner ket­tle which was next to use­less in favour of this one.I’m not nor­mal­ly a fan of Mor­phy Richards prod­ucts because invari­ably they are of infe­ri­or quality.However, cred­it where cred­it is due this is a good kettle.Very fast to boil, easy to han­dle and on the sur­face pret­ty well made.Let’s see how long it lasts.

  3. Kivelis

    A decent ket­tle in many aspects. A lit­tle bit expen­sive for what I paid though.Right, this is not the eas­i­est review I have ever left, as the but­ton you press to open the lid broke with­in a fort­night or so. I opt­ed for an iden­ti­cal replace­ment ket­tle and, while it arrived quite quick­ly, it was annoy­ing hav­ing to man­u­al­ly lift up the lid with my fin­ger­tips on every use. It was also obvi­ous­ly unnec­es­sary has­sle, hav­ing to return the bro­ken ket­tle. I have had this replace­ment ket­tle for nigh on a cou­ple of months now and all seems well.I am leav­ing this review on the basis that the first ket­tle nev­er exist­ed. This is a nice-look­ing ket­tle, it boils quite quick­ly and it is rea­son­ably light and easy to clean. On the down­side, I would say that the water lev­el gauge isn’t the eas­i­est to read and there is noth­ing wrong with my eye­sight. I also think that the £24.55 I paid at the time of my pur­chase was a bit exces­sive. If this one lasts for a decent amount of time, then I would prob­a­bly still buy anoth­er one though.

  4. Did­dy P

    Nice look­ing but very noisy ket­tleWe kill ket­tles in this house and seem to need a new one about every 18 months or so. Chose this Mor­phy Richards ket­tle as it had all the usu­al fea­tures you expect from a mod­ern elec­tric ket­tle, was a good few quid cheap­er than the one it replaced and looked great in stain­less steel. And it is a nice look­ing ket­tle but I could not believe how noisy it was com­pared to the old one — which had sprung a leak. It drowns out the radio in the kitchen and con­ver­sa­tion stops when it’s boil­ing. Not rec­om­mend­ed for open plan living.

  5. Nash

    So far so goodI dithered about buy­ing this after read­ing some neg­a­tive reviews.I’ve hard­ly had it long enough but here’s how I feel about it so far. It looks good and it works well. The open­ing method is bril­liant for me as I have prob­lems now and then open­ing things. This is done by a switch/trigger where on my old ket­tle the on trig­ger was. Just pressed and it’s open to fill. Very easy to fill. I like the blue light on the on switch so if I did put it on in dark/limited light you could see it clear­ly was on.It looks good. For the price I paid so far I’d say it’s excel­lent value.Plus it’s light enough for me, which I need.

  6. MarkR

    Great pour­ing SpoutThis ket­tle has a nice big spout to pour quick­ly with­out dribbling.Great com­fort­able han­dle, nice­ly bal­anced, easy to open lid.Fast boil­ing (As you would expect from a 3KW ket­tle — the max pow­er you can get using a 13Amp UK Plug)2 year Guar­an­teeLove the fin­ish, to me brushed stain­less is easy to clean (But note the bot­tom shiny part is plas­tic, already got a small mark on this.)Slightly awk­ward to remove scale fil­ter if you have big hands as it is tucked in behind top lip.A met­al ket­tle is hot to touch and will loose heat quick­er than a plas­tic one, but if you boil just what you need and use it imme­di­ate­ly not a problem.The cable is 70cm (from plug to base). The base does allow the cable to be coiled in one turn, short­en­ing this to 42 cm. Not the per­fect length for me (ide­al­ly I would want in between this).Overall for a bud­get ket­tle I am very pleased with pur­chase and would recommend.

  7. Cus­tomer Q

    Styl­ish and effi­cient Ket­tle.I ordered this to replace my pre­vi­ous Mor­phy Richards ket­tle that I’d had for 12 years. I’ve had to wait for 3 months to receive it, but I’m glad I didn’t can­cel my order because I’m very hap­py with this new one. It boils quick­ly and is very easy to use and han­dle. It is quite noisy, but on a pos­i­tive side this is a good thing because at least you know when it has boiled!

  8. E. Big­gs

    Best-est, cheap­est, stain­less ket­tle that I could findIf you’re read­ing this because your cur­rent stain­less ket­tle has packed-up and you’ve spent some time search­ing the mar­ket for a replace­ment then, from my expe­ri­ence, every­thing else on the mar­ket looks too con­trived or is just too expen­sive (it.boils.water).The good bits with the Mor­phy are:Stainless construction,side but­ton to open lid,scale catch­er in the spout,it takes 1minute 20 sec­onds to boil 2 cups of water (approx 1/2l).Bad bits: the sil­ver plas­tic strip around the bot­tom is not metal,the ket­tle open­ing is *just too small for a larg­er-hand to get inside it,it is not qui­et (how­ev­er the noise is high­er pitched and less rumbly which I don’t find too bad)and it has a blue led in the switch when a red one would have looked bet­ter (being picky now)Overall — do I think this will last the 6 years of the last Bosch? Only if you look after it because it is light­weight and the met­al is a bit thin. How­ev­er, it looks nice enough, works well, is inex­pen­sive com­pared to the com­pe­ti­tion and so far is doing just fine. It’s a Buy from me.

  9. Mal­colm Lawn

    Good Kettle.….….….….So FarI bought this as a replace­ment for a plas­tic Rus­sel Hobbs ket­tle that after less than three years use failed dra­mat­i­cal­ly and dan­ger­ous­ly while full of just boiled water. I went for this prin­ci­pal­ly because it was stain­less steel and won’t fail in a sim­i­lar fashion.As said: so far so good.What I like about is the good weight, it feels sol­id, and the han­dle size. Both these fea­tures might not suit some users, par­tic­u­lar­ly those with small­er hands or who have trou­ble grip­ping or car­ry­ing heavy objects. It is big and chunky but still com­fort­able to hold even when full. The size and design of the han­dle keeps your knuck­les away from the side of the ket­tle, which being met­al, does get hot.Obviously it has to boil water and, as you would hope, it works as intend­ed, rat­ed at 2520W — 3000W, doing that in about 3mins 30secs for a full 1.7L fill.Only thing I do not like is the odd choice of a thin, clear plas­tic On/Off switch with a brighter than nec­es­sary blue LED. It looks out of keep­ing with the rest of the ket­tle’s design and if any­thing is going to break that looks like a prime candidate.How long the ket­tle will last when used reg­u­lar­ly to boil our very hard Lon­don water remains to be seen, even with reg­u­lar limescale clean­ing that has at the very least con­tributed to the demise of more of my elec­tric ket­tles than I care to remember.Time will tell for this one but I’m hopeful.

  10. Robin Blake

    Looks good and does the job well.As we’ve only had this ket­tle a cou­ple of weeks I can’t speak for its dura­bil­i­ty, but it looks attrac­tive and stur­dy enough and does what it’s sup­posed to do. I see some review­ers com­plain about the noise lev­el. As a ket­tle is only on for, usu­al­ly, two min­utes or so this is not an issue for me. If you were boil­ing up for tea every five min­utes I guess it would be. If you want a ket­tle that is pow­er­ful enough to boil water quick­ly it’s bound to make some noise, but to me the noise lev­el of this ket­tle is not over­ly intru­sive. Lid opens rea­son­ably wide so it will be easy enough to descale. All in all per­fect­ly hap­py with it.

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