Exciting times here, looking at getting a new toaster and kettle. Whoop.
We have pretty hard water down here, and have previously used a brita filter kettle. Downside being the kettle is only 1l, and we never change the filter!!! Kind of makes it a bit pointless. I also circumvent the filter and just pour the water straight in as i’m too impatient.
Mrs GB isn’t keen on moving away from a filter kettle, despite the above.
I seem to recall someone, and i’m pretty sure it was @poet talking about an inline filter on their cold water pipe coming into the kitchen.
Does Poet or anyone else have any experience of these solutions? Are they any good? How often do you have to replace the filter? Can you do it yourself or does it need a plumber (bearing in mind i am incredibly good at breaking things)?
despite knowing it’s a total waste of money i’m sorely tempted by the posh Sage toaster that isn’t spring loaded, but has a mechanised loader and little cool features (that will probably just break and cause headaches!!)