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Philips Viva Collection HD930520

94 Reviews

$55.77

1.5L
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2,200W
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$500
Over 10 years
Feb 2015

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Philips HD933490

11 Reviews

$37.49

1.5L
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2,200W
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$500
Over 10 years
Aug 2015

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Philips HD930606

$130.50

1.5L
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1,800W
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$410
Over 10 years
Dec 2012

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Philips Viva Collection HD9302

$119.99

1.5L
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2,200W
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$500
Over 10 years
Mar 2017

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Philips HD9326

$171.00

1.7L
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2,200W
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$500
Over 10 years
Apr 2014

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Philips HD464400

$114.00

1.7L
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3,000W
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$690
Over 10 years
Nov 2017

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

QWhat does power rating (wattage) matter on a kettle?
AThe higher the power rating of the kettle, the faster and more efficiently it will heat up water, meaning you'll have to wait less time for your tea!
QWhy is a cordless kettle a good investment?
ACordless kettles allow you to fill up mugs/saucepans/etc from across the kitchen, rather than being tethered to a cord. Very helpful for topping up cups of tea in the living room!
QWhat is a 'keep warm function'?
AThis is a low power mode that gently keeps the kettle hot once the water has been boiled. This is helpful if you are going to be using small amounts of water over a long period, or if you don't need hot water right that moment.

Electric Kettle Buying Guide

Kettles are, at their most basic, devices for heating and dispensing water. They are an integral part of any kitchen, and are a necessity for quickly and easily preparing hot drinks and cooking. We hold a large range of electric kettles in all different shapes, sizes and colours, so you can find the kettle that perfectly fits your needs and the style of your kitchen.

Capacity

The most important attribute of a kettle is its capacity - how much water the kettle can hold and boil in a single use. The capacity of our kettles are measured in litres, and range from small 1/2 litre one-person kettles, to enormous kettles that can boil 2 litres or more at once. It is more efficient to boil only the water you need at the time, so if you are living alone or have a small family, a smaller kettle may save you money in the long run.

Speed of Boiling

Secondly, it's important to consider how quickly the kettle will boil water. Not all makes of kettle are created equally - some have more powerful or efficient heating elements, that allow them to head up water substantially faster than the competition. While the difference in time may be only 10 or 20 seconds, when you think how many times you boil the kettle every day, that could add up to a substancial amount of time saved every day.

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Cool-touch Housing

Modern kettles may be made using a double-walled or 'cool touch' casing. As the name suggests, these kettles are designed so that the casing doesn't get hot, even when freshly-boiled. This makes them safer to use, and reduces the risk of you accidentally burning yourself on a boiling hot kettle.

Customisable Temperature & Dosage

Some more advanced kettles may have the ability to change the temperature of the water being dispensed, so that it can be made either hotter or cooler than usual. This is especially helpful for coffee (which should ideally be made with water around 90C) or Chinese tea (best made with water around 70C). While you will pay extra for such an addition, if you routinely find your green teas spoilt by overly-hot water, this may be a worthwhile investment.

Other models of kettle have the ability to control the amount of water boiled and served in a single use. The user selects the amount of water (half a cup, 250ml, etc) and the kettle takes that amount of water from an internal reservoir, heats it, and dispenses it. This can save you money on your energy bills, but not heating unneeded water every time you want a small cup of tea.

Some makes of electric kettle have built-in filtering systems. These kettles reduce the limescale content of the water being boiled, and remove impurities that can affect the taste and colour of the water. This kind of filter is especially useful in parts of the country with hard water, since limescale buildup will be far more prevalent in these areas. Therefore if you live in areas such as London and the south-east of England, you may find a filter improves the taste and quality of the water produced from the kettle.

Philips Electric Kettles

Philips Kettle Prices

The price range of Philips electric kettles is from $37 to $180 and in total we found prices for 6 Philips electric kettles. On average, a new Philips kettle costs $106 and 80% of Philips electric kettles are priced between $56 and $131. The Philips HD9334 is the cheapest Philips electric kettle at only $37, and Philips HD9326 is the most expensive at $180.

Price Range of Philips Electric Kettles

Philips electric kettles start at $37 and their most expensive electric kettle costs $180. The average price of Philips electric kettles is $106 which is the 16th highest average price of all electric kettle brands.

How Good Are Philips Kettles?

We have evaluated 34 expert reviews and 10,381 user reviews for kettles and used this information to evaluate an average rating for Philips kettles of 61%. This makes Philips the 9th best electric kettle brand according to customer reviews.

When Are Most New Philips Kettles Released?

We looked at the release dates for new Philips kettles over the last 3 years, but couldn't see any clear pattern. The biggest month in 2018 for new Philips electric kettle releases was February, with one new Philips kettles released that month. October was the biggest month in 2017 for new Philips kettles, with four new Philips kettles released that month. Four new Philips kettles were released in September 2016 making it the biggest month that year for new Philips electric kettle releases.

How Fast Do Philips Kettle Prices Drop After Release?

Most electric kettles drop in price by 5% in the first 6 months after release, however Philips electric kettles tend to depreciate more slowly. New Philips electric kettles drop in price by an average of 4% in the first 6 months after they were first released.

A typical new Philips kettle costs on average $85. By waiting 6 months before buying you could save on average $4.

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