It's a shame but I believe Russell-Hobbs stopped making their classic electric kettle. They're still in business, but the K-series was the stuff.http://www.modip.ac.uk/artefact/aibdc-003345
After 30 years, mine started a little leak around the spout (where's a tinker and his dam when you need one?), so we use a cheap stovetop stainless, and the R-H is on the shelf appreciating in value...
You can get modern R-H kettles here in the States, so you might look into them. The Brits know a thing or two about cooking tea.