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how you transform an electric kettle to lechon cebu 
10th-Apr-2014 06:20 pm

I bought this model of Hanabishi electric kettle last January and had to get it exchanged for a new one after a month because it broke down. The replacement broke down again last week (April). We're a coffee-/tea-drinking family, so the kettle has been through a lot of use, but breaking down every 1-2 months is downright ridiculous. I appreciate the one-year warranty on the product, but really, I don't want to go back all the time just to get it replaced/repaired!

So I asked for a refund, and SM Supermarket nicely agreed to give me one, even if I'm way past the 7-day return window. (I think I've gotten pretty good at demanding things in my dotage. Hehe.) They didn't have any other brands of electric kettles, though, so I didn't know what to get as a replacement. I ended up getting lechon cebu. Hahahaha! I've always wanted to try some; I finally have an excuse! XDDD

I need to get another kettle, though. Something that's not a sucky Hanabishi. It's such a hassle to wait over 10 minutes for water to boil on the stove. When I want my tea, I want it now! (Or in 2-3 minutes, which is how long I have to wait for water to boil in an electric kettle.)
10th-Apr-2014 11:01 am (UTC)
>I think I've gotten pretty good at demanding things in my dotage.


Maybe go for something not so large. Baka masyadong na overload dahil sa amount of heat. Atsaka pagsmaller mas mabilis ang heat rate. :P Heat as needed nga lang.
11th-Apr-2014 10:00 pm (UTC)
heat as needed kami, actually. we want our drinks piping hot kasi. hahaha! i think kaya nga yata mabilis masira dahil sa frequency ng paggamit. pero OA itong hanabishi, 3 months pa lang naka-dalawang return na ako. yung mga previous namin umaabot naman ng mga 8 months++ bago magamit ang warranty.
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