All About Smeg Kettles – Smeg Kettle FAQs
Smeg kettles are one of the most sought after products we sell at Herne Bay Domestics. Our customers love them and it isn’t hard to see why. The retro design, solid components, quiet operation and rapid boiling – what’s not to love?
But there are some questions we see being asked online that haven’t been made clear, so we decided to ask Smeg directly and publish their answers on this page.
And here they are:
Smeg Kettle FAQs
No. The handle, filter and base of a Smeg kettle is made from plastic.
Yes. Smeg kettles sit on a 360 swivel base that plugs into a socket but the actual kettle itself is cordless.
The warranty on Smeg kettles is 2 years.
The price of a Smeg kettle is going to vary from store to store. You’ll usually find them for sale at £119.
Smeg are an Italian luxury brand that designs stylish kitchen appliances in a variety of colours to best suit the design of your kitchen. Their products are aimed at those who enjoy the experience of using premium appliances in their home. If your budget doesn’t fit a Smeg kettle, there are cheaper alternatives out there that’ll get the job done. But if you have the budget and want to treat your home to an iconic small kitchen appliance, look no further than the Smeg kettle.
To open a Smeg kettle, simply press the push button at the top of the lid to activate the soft open action.
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