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Paris Rhône [amazon.com] via Amazon has Electric Kettle,Tea Kettle Temperature Control with 6 Temperature Settings. Paris Rhône1.7L Glass & Stainless Steel Heater, Touch Control, LED Screen, Keep Warm Mode, Boil-Dry Protection, for Milk,Tea, Coffee for $29.99 when you clip coupon on page. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25 and up.
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PARIS RHÔNE Made in China
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PARIS RHÔNE Made in China
obviously made in Paris,Rome
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What would make this worth $50? Seems the coupons gives it the price it should be. So how slick is this deal?
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obviously made in Paris,Rome
Lol, fakespot F
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PARIS RHÔNE Made in China
I looked them up, and apparently it's a legitimate company founded outside Paris in 1915 and possibly now owned by Electrolux (found one reference to that, but not positive). Like everyone else, they moved their production to China but have kept their design and headquarters in France.

There was also a PARIS-RHÔNE company that made auto parts that was purchased by Valeo and then merged into their corporate structure. Not sure if that's the same company or not, but I'm done with this rabbit hole. Big Grin
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I looked them up, and apparently it's a legitimate company founded outside Paris in 1925 and is now owned by Electrolux. Like everyone else, they moved their production to China but have kept their design and headquarters in France.
"why" is the question need to be ask more. Keep asking "why" and you will be lead to the main cause.
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"why" is the question need to be ask more. Keep asking "why" and you will be lead to the main cause.
why what?

Is the answer capitalism ?
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I looked them up, and apparently it's a legitimate company founded outside Paris in 1925 and is now owned by Electrolux. Like everyone else, they moved their production to China but have kept their design and headquarters in France.
Look them up more carefully next time. Yes it is an old French brand almost bankrupting. Currently NOT owned by Electrolux but by Chinese Sunvalley Brands. Sunvalley had multiple brands like RAW Power, Taotronics, Hootoo, Sable, VAVA etc. They are kicked out of Amazon due to fake reviews. Now they are trying to be back in the Amazon game with the Troy horse of buying a bankrupting French named brand. Attached you can see the same Kettle sold by Sunvalley Brands on Walmart. I think this background will give you a better idea on the fakespot F grade.
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Look them up more carefully next time. Yes it is an old French brand almost bankrupting. Currently NOT owned by Electrolux but by Chinese Sunvalley Brands. Sunvalley had multiple brands like RAW Power, Taotronics, Hootoo, Sable, VAVA etc. They are kicked out of Amazon due to fake reviews. Now they are trying to be back in the Amazon game with the Troy horse of buying a bankrupting French named brand. Attached you can see the same Kettle sold by Sunvalley Brands on Walmart. I think this background will give you a better idea on the fakespot F grade.
Super insightful. Repped you. Please post more often!
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"why" is the question need to be ask more. Keep asking "why" and you will be lead to the main cause.
Give me a slick deal? Is that why?
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"why" is the question need to be ask more. Keep asking "why" and you will be lead to the main cause.
I believe you're looking for "The Answer" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQ3HSQcmjNM
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What would make this worth $50? Seems the coupons gives it the price it should be. So how slick is this deal?
"Should be" according to what?
I have been researching electric kettles for the past couple of weeks. The generic brand rapid ones (1500W) with temperature control retail for around $50, if they are made of glass or steel(not plastic atleast for the main body). The typical sales price is $30-$35 so this is technically a decent deal. (Three years ago, retail would be $30, and sale for less).

Costco will have a Chefman on sale for $30 in-store starting tomorrow : https://www.costco.com/chefman-1....84431.html

Chefman is supposedly name-brand but the quality is hit and miss; lots of bad reviews on Amazon and Costco. You can imagine what the generic quality would be. I'm personally leaning towards taking the gamble with the Chefman supported by Costco's superb return policy.

A real name-brand e.g., Cuisinart will cost you upwards of $70. A good electric kettle costs over $100. I know it's surpring, but that's how it is.
Take a look at the Wirecutter picks to get a better idea of the price range: https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutte...me-kettle/

Apparently, these appliances are not very reliable/durable unless you get an expensive one. Especially, the Temp-control is a common point of failure. If the temp board is fried, the whole kettle will be junk.

Lastly, there are some cool designs found on the market. I'm particularly partial to this KRUPS, which is also a good brand, though who knows what company now owns it: https://a.co/d/2GUlfXG
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Quote from DelightfulVest8886 :
Look them up more carefully next time. Yes it is an old French brand almost bankrupting. Currently NOT owned by Electrolux but by Chinese Sunvalley Brands. Sunvalley had multiple brands like RAW Power, Taotronics, Hootoo, Sable, VAVA etc. They are kicked out of Amazon due to fake reviews. Now they are trying to be back in the Amazon game with the Troy horse of buying a bankrupting French named brand. Attached you can see the same Kettle sold by Sunvalley Brands on Walmart. I think this background will give you a better idea on the fakespot F grade.
Have a link for the ownership? I couldn't find anything definitive, though I did locate something regarding the trademark ownership, pointing to a European holding company or something like that. The one site that probably has the info (that I found) wanted a subscription for access, which isn't going to happen!
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