Bought for office, and for price was decent. Would spend a bit more next time, though, especially since safety features can be unreliable without meticulous preparation and oversight (not great for mornings before coffee is consumed)
Pros: Kettle and boiling plate/cord are separate. Has a filter. Large capacity. Boils quicker than a stove-top kettle.
Cons: Smells like burning plastic first few boils--definitely use in well-ventilated space and discard a few pots of boiled water before making food/drink. Auto shut-off can be extremely finicky--need to make sure the top is completely snapped on or it will not shut-off (very easy to leave a tiny gap on either corner and keeps boiling). Wouldn't recommend leaving unattended.
After looking at a bunch of options for an electric kettle I went with this one due to the price, capacity, and availability at the local store.
Pro's Kettle and base instead of one unit, it's light, holds a good amount of water and boils fast, filter was a nice touch for keeping loose hard water deposits out of my drink
Con's Very loud for a minute or 2 just prior to boiling. It's loud enough that I have to double the TV volume to hear dialogue
Be sure to follow the instructions on first uses. It did have a very plasticy smell on opening and I ended up boiling 3 full pitchers before it went away.