Philips kettles are amongst the most popular in the world. Models such as the HD4656 have proved extremely popular in recent times. In this Philips kettle review we'll go through a brief history of the company - including the other products that the company manufactures - along with an introduction to some popular kettles.
Philips HD4644/00 White Energy Efficient Kettle, 3000 Watt, 1.7 Litre
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Philips HD4671/20 Brushed Metal Energy Efficient Kettle, 3000 Watt, 1.7 Litre
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Philips HD4656/22 Gloss Metal Energy Efficient Kettle, 3000 Watt, 1.7 Litre
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History Of Philips
Philips has a strong presence in the UK, and manufactures many of the things we use every day, as well as things we rely on in a crisis. They have been involved in the health care sector for over 100 years, and to this day, many high-tech machines you encounter in hospital have their name on them. In your home, you may own several items made by Philips. Their insistance on quality and wide ranging product lines make them very popular.
Philips began in 1891 in the Netherlands. In the beginning, they produced light bulbs, but soon began expanding into new territory. Over the last 120 years, they have been a pioneer in creating new items or technologies. They were the first with VCRs, casette tapes, and CDs. More recently, they are responsible for the most comprehensive CT scanner available, which helps doctors quickly diagnose a problem and choose a method of treatment.
Philips kettles are very popular for their durability and special features they have to make them more user-friendly. The Philips kettle HD4644 is clearly marked with fill lines so that you can boil the right amount of water each time, without waste of either electricity or water. Water that has been boiled more than once can add an unpleasant flavour to tea, so it's recommended to boil just what you need. The double action filter removes impurities from the water, which also enhances the flavour of your drink, and keeps hard water stains from building up inside the kettle. Cords can be stored safely in the base when not in use.
Another popular Philips electric kettle is the HD4656. Both kettles have flat heating elements, which make them easier to clean and quicker to boil. The HD4656 has a stylish look, mixing black and metal. With its ability to turn on its base, it can be safely lifted and set down again without having to struggle to return it to its base. The hinged locking lid also prevents spills.
With Philips kettles, a relaxing cup of tea is only moments and one press of a button away.