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Black Friday kettle deals 2021: What to expect this November

Nov 2, 2021

WHETHER you're after an affordable model or a snazzy designer brand, you can save a fortune on your new kettle this Black Friday.

You can expect massive savings in November, so make sure it's full steam ahead for your purchase by reading our top tips.

*Remember, just because an item is in the sale, it doesn't mean you can't find the same product, or similar, elsewhere. Always shop around to make sure you're getting the best price.

  • Shop AO's kettle deals here

Best Pre-Black Friday kettles deals

If you're on the market for a new kettle right now, we have good news for you: there are plenty of great pre-Black Friday discounts available on kettles. Here are our top picks:

  1. TEFAL Smart N Light Jug Kettle, £63.99 from Curry's – buy here
  2. RUSSELL HOBBS Jug Kettle, £39.99 from Curry's – buy here
  3. Bosch DesignLine Kettle, £40 from AO – buy here
  4. Morphy Richards Dune Kettle, £17 from AO – buy here
  5. Russell Hobbs with Brita Filter Purity Electric Kettle, £29.99 from Amazon – buy here
  6. De'Longhi Avvolta 2 1.7L Kettle, £74.99 from John Lewis – buy here

When is Black Friday 2021?

This year, Black Friday will be on November 26, which is the day after the Thanksgiving holiday in the USA.

The American shopping bonanza has become a big deal – quite literally! – here in the UK too.

Read more about the various Black Friday deals and sales here.

When is Cyber Monday 2021?

This year, Cyber Monday falls on November 29, directly after Black Friday weekend.

It's probably your last chance to buy a kettle in the sales if you haven't bought one already.

Is Black Friday a good time to buy a kettle?

It's a great time to buy a kettle.

Because there are so many retailers that sell small appliances like these, there's a lot of competition, which is good news for shoppers.

The hardest part is recognising a deal when you see one, so it's a good idea to take a look around the retailers' websites before the sales start.

Doing this will give you a good idea of what the pre-sale prices are and you'll be well-placed to spot the bargains.

We'll be updating this page too, so check back here to discover new options if you want to replace your kettle.

What to expect from kettle retailers in the Black Friday 2021 sales

Based on previous years, you can expect great bargains not just on Black Friday itself, but in the weeks leading up to the big day.

That means you have plenty of time to shop around and ensure you get the best deal for you.

Remember that popular kettle brands are sold by multiple retailers, so you might be able to find the same kettle cheaper elsewhere – and brands compete on Black Friday to offer the biggest discounts.

What Black Friday deals were there on kettles last year?

In 2020, we saw great offers across a range of products, so hopefully we'll get the same this year. But it's definitely worth doing your homework ahead of time, so you can figure out what best suits you and snap it up quickly on Black Friday.

If it's been a while since you've invested in a new kettle, you might be surprised at how techy the more expensive models have become.

You can now buy a kettle with a built-in water filter for hard water areas or one that connects to an app so you can boil it remotely.

Other clever features include an energy-efficient one-cup boil function or multi-temperature boils for those who are pernickety about the temperature of their tea.

You can even buy a matching kettle and toaster set to keep your kitchen countertops looking sleek and coordinated.

Here are some of the best Black Friday offers from last year:


Argos announced its Black Friday deals from November 20, with up to 50 per cent off kettles.

  • Morphy Richards 108270 Dune Jug Kettle, now £14.99, saving £15 at Argos
  • Russell Hobbs 26051 Honeycomb Kettle, now £19.99, saving £5 at Argos – buy here
  • Breville Illuminated Jug Kettle, now £19.99, saving £10 at Argos – buy here
  • Cookworks Plastic Kettle, now £7.49, saving £2.50 at Argos – buy here


  • Russell Hobbs Buckingham 20460 Kettle, now £25, saving £14 at AO – buy here
  • Tower AOBUNDLE005 Kettle And Toaster Sets, now £89, saving £20 at AO – buy here


John Lewis

  • Save 20 per cent on Le Creuset kettles at John Lewis – buy here
  • Save 20 per cent on Alessi kettles at John Lewis – buy here


  • BrevilleFlow Jug Kettle, £32, save £17.99 at Very – buy here
  • Swan Stainless Steel Kettle and 2-Slice Toaster Twin Pack, £31.99, save £5 at Very – buy here
  • Russell Hobbs Black Inspire Kettle, £29,  save £10.99 at Very – buy here
  • TowerEmpire 1.7L Textured Kettle, £24.99, save £5 at Very – buy here
  • Swan Nordic Kettle, £39.99, save £10 at Very – buy here

Currys PC World

Currys PC World had some impressive deals on kettles, with discounts of £50 on select models.

  • Morphy Richards Rose Gold Collection Accents, £34.99, save £45 at Currys PC World – buy here
  • Beko Cosmopolis kettle, £29.99, save £50 at Currys PC World – buy here
  • Grundig jug kettle, £39.99, save £50 at Currys PC World – buy here
  • Breville Curve VKT117 Jug Kettle – Chrome White, now £34.99, save £45

Robert Dyas

  • Daewoo 1.7L Colour Changing Kettle, now £14.99, saving £15 at Robert Dyas – buy here

  • Breville VKJ142 Hot Cup Water Dispenser – Black & Blue, now £34.99, saving £10 at Robert Dyas – buy here

More Great Black Friday Deals

Take a look at some of the other Black Friday deals we’ve found around the web

  • 101 Black Friday deals
  • Fridges
  • Microwaves
  • Washing Machines
  • Coffee Machines
  • Shark
  • Dyson

House of Fraser

House of Fraser offered a £20 voucher with every £100 spent on Black Friday. None of these products are still available to buy, but here's what was on sale

  • Daewoo wood effect kettle, now £19.99, save £20
  • Morphy Richards Pyramid Kettle, now £39.99, save £30
  • Salter Glass Kettle, now £29.99, save £30

What are the best kettles you can buy in 2021?

It depends on whether you're looking for particular features, or you just want the very best price. For an in-depth guide, heck out our selection of the best kettles.

If nothing annoys you more than standing around and waiting for the kettle to boil, then an app-connected smart kettle will allow you to get your water boiling before you've even gone down to the kitchen.

Take the third-generation Smarter iKettle for instance: you can boil it via the app or through a voice command to your Alexa device and set the temperature to your exact preference for all your favourite hot drinks – revolutionary!

On the other hand, if you're just after a simple, decent-quality kettle that won't break the bank, then the Russell Hobbs Buckingham 20460 stainless steel kettle is a real workhorse.

Lovers of Nordic design might prefer the clean, sleek lines of the Swan Nordic SK14610GRYN kettle – it looks a whole lot pricier than its price tag might suggest!

Visit the retailers above to discover more great kettle brands.

How much does it cost to boil a kettle?

According to Uswitch, a normal kettle uses 3kW of electricity, boiling a single cup of tea costs less than a penny and the amount of energy required to make a cup of tea is around 0.0408kWh.

The formula is as follows: cost = power (kilowatt) x cost of one kWh (pence) x time (months or over a year.), meaning 0.0408kWh x £0.172/kWh (average) which makes 0.7p.

How to descale a kettle

If you want to descale your kettle, you can follow these easy steps:

  1. Combine equal parts white vinegar and tap water in a measuring cup.
  2. Fill the kettle with the mixture until it's about three-quarters full.
  3. Bring to a boil, then remove from the heat and set aside to cool fully.
  4. Drain the water and wash multiple times, removing any stray flakes with a long-handled scrubbing brush if required.
  5. Finally, to eliminate any residues of vinegar, fill your kettle with clean water, boil it, then drain it a few times. Done!

Our tips for finding the best deals this Black Friday and Cyber Monday

IT might be tempting to dive in and snap up LOADS of items on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but here’s how you can guarantee you’re getting a good deal.

PREPARE Research the items you want to buy and find out the cheapest price. Websites like PriceSpy, PriceHistory and CamelCamelCamel will give you historical data on prices so you can see how much you should pay.

GET FOLLOWING Follow your favourite shops on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and sign up to its deals newsletter to get the latest on any offers. We post the best deals in our Sun Money FB group too.

CHECK FOR CODES Take a look at The Sun Vouchers, and see if you can get extra savings with discount codes.

Enjoyed our selection of Black Friday kettle deals? Check out our Black Friday page for more info on the big day.

If you’re short on freezer space, you’ll enjoy our round-up of the best chest freezers to inspire you to batch cook for your family.

Or if you're in the market for a new fridge, check out our feature on the best fridges you can buy in 2021.

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