You own a device of the manufacturer Russell Hobbs and need the manual?

The Russell Hobbs company was founded in 1952 by William Russell and Peter Hobbs. The two founders developed the world's first electric coffee maker CP with a heat-retaining function.
By 1977, Russell Hobbs had become the world's leading manufacturer of electric kettles and was market leader in the United Kingdom in the kettle and toaster segments.
From 2012 Russell Hobbs expands the range. Appliances in the ironing and electric cooking categories will be added. Anyone looking for a Russell Hobbs device in an electrical store today will often find devices from the various Breakfast Collections.

Russell Hobbs is now a brand that belongs to the US company Spectrum Brands Holdings. The current product portfolio of Russell Hobbs includes kettles, toasters, coffee makers, electric cooking, ironing and small food preparation equipment such as mixers, juicers, etc.

On the Russell Hobbs website, customers can find information on the product range, warranty, after-sales service and spare parts.

A required instruction manual can also be downloaded here in PDF format. For example, a link to the operating instructions can be found with the current products. Information is also available for older Russell Hobbs models. You can download operating instructions via the following links.

Simply enter the model or a keyword (e.g. ironing) in the field on the Russell Hobbs website. The available operating instructions will then be displayed.

Instructions Russell Hobbs for EU Countries

Instructions Russell Hobbs for USA

The Australian website lists instructions by product category:

Instructions Russell Hobbs for Australia

 

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