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In the Kitchen 1


2 £11.49 ONLY 4 1 Cordless Kettle Tipper


Tipper for cordless kettles. Hook and loop strap and base clamps hold kettle in place. Kettle not included.


Size 12 x 10 x 9”. Code


M00122 (Exc. VAT) 5 Mini Lightweight


Kettle Small, lightweight kettle. Holds up to 1 litre. Automatic cut off switch.


Price £29.99 £35.99 2 Economy Jug Kettle Tipper


For use with jug kettles only. Kettle (not included) is held in place with


hook and loop strap. Code


M18102 6 Vacuum Jug


Unbreakable Vacuum jug keeps drinks hot for up to 4 hours. 1.5 litre capacity. Easy lever ensures a smooth pouring action.


KEEPS


DRINKS HOT!


LIGHTWEIGHT Code M10826 7 Price £29.99 £29.99 ONLY Code M10838 7 Liquid level Indicator


Ideal for people with visual impairments to ensure they do not overfill their cups, glasses or mugs! Simply hooks over side of cup and when liquid is close to the sensor, it emits an intermittent alert; which becomes a continuous alert when the cup


is full. RNIB approved. Size 2 x 1". Code


L32621 52


(Exc. VAT) £16.66


Price £19.99 Price £29.99 (Exc. VAT) Price £9.58 £11.49


Tipper Base (Optional)


3 Multipurpose Kettle


Tipper Use with conventional kettles, jug kettles and teapots. Non-slip feet grips to the work surface. Velcro® anchors the kettle/teapot to the base. Use with the optional Tipper Base (below) for use with cordless kettles, Size 9 x 8 x 71


/2 Code L28204 ”.


(Exc. VAT) £28.49


4 Tipper Base For


Cordless Kettles Use with Multipurpose Kettle Tipper above, with cordless kettles. Non - slip feet. Size 8 x 23 x 1


/2 Code L28239


(Exc. VAT) £15.83


Overcup dispenser with stainless steel liner and body. Plastic lid. In built cup station. Suitable for hot and cold drinks. Easy pour lever takes away the strain of lifting a kettle. Keeps drinks hot for up to 4 hours.


Code M10851 Helpful, Informative Customer Service Price £59.99 ”. Price £18.99 8 3 ltr Airpot Dispenser Price £34.19


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£34.19 ONLY


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