Thanks to the large pouring spout, there is no more mess or spills. You can enjoy your aromatic tea, coffee or hot cocoa whenever you please. You can always have enough hot water for your tea, instant noodles, soups or other recipes with a capacity of 1 2 liters or 5 cups. The water in the kettle can be boiled up to 1.75 L of water faster than the microwave, and the water can be heated and held for 30 minutes at your preferred temperature for tea or coffee. The backlit screen and one-dial interface allow you to easily choose the temperature you want, and let you know when it's reached. The glass has a high degree of thermal shock protection and water level visibility. The kettle is cord free for easy transport when removed from the base, and has convenient ounce and milliliter markings for precise measuring. The handle is nonslip and cool to the touch, and the lid opens slowly to control the release of steam and prevent hot water splatter. The filter is replaceable and easy to clean. The Kettle is safer than the stovetop and can boil up to 1.75 L of water in less than an hour.
👤I've done a lot of research on electric kettles and have returned many, but with this kettle I'm finally able to stop looking. My criteria for an electric kettle is very simple: no plastic touching the water, temperature control, and ability to see the water level. There are many electric kettles on Amazon that meet this criteria, but I ended up returning them due to a number of factors. The electric kettle is almost perfect, with almost being the key word. I can't give it a five star rating since there are a few things that are inconvenient and a five star rating is reserved for products that do their job perfectly. This review is based on my use of the kettle after a day of testing. If the temperature reading is no longer accurate, glass breaks, or it doesn't stop boiling, that's when things change. This review will be updated. I've finally found an acceptable electric kettle and I'm amazed by this product. Here are the pros and cons with an in-depth explanation for each. When I took this kettle out of the box, I immediately felt that it was better than the ones I've returned. It's close to the upper limit of what I'd be willing to spend on an electric kettle, but the extra $30-$50 over similar products of poor build quality is worth it since spilling boiling hot water is one of the last things you want to do. The design is pretty self explanatory. The base and kettle look great. The kettle can be turned on or off with simple controls. Other electric kettles have a button that you can press multiple times to increment the temperature. The electric kettle lets you choose the temperature you want. This will remember the temperature you set even after you turn it off. It's convenient that I always plug my electric kettles in when I'm not using them. If I want that temperature again, I don't have to turn the knob. The electric kettle can be used to boil water at a temperature that is within a very narrow margin of error. I've tested the displayed temperature against a thermometer's readings multiple times and they have never been off by more than two degrees. The other electric kettles that I've tested would be 10 degrees hotter than the temperature I chose. I've tried many electric kettles and this one is the quietest one I've tried. I can barely hear it. When it's done heating up the water, it beeps. The keep warm function will turn on after water cools down by a couple of degrees. I've had electric kettles wait until the temperature drops by 10 degrees before heating them up. The small opening makes it difficult to clean the kettle. I can't turn my hand in the kettle because of my small wrist. I have to wipe both sides of my hand out. I wouldn't heat up anything besides water. It is near impossible to get the last few droplets of water out when pouring because of the lip near the top. When I'm not using it, I usually leave the lid open. No insulation is a con. I have not seen an electric kettle with glass sides that has an insulated side to protect you when there is hot water inside. I have to bring my head close to the handle to see the water levels because they are printed in a small amount. I'm just making a point.
We are committed to providing you the best customer service, and they will get it now with worry-free shopping at your side. If you are unhappy with the kettle, reach out to them and they will take care of you. Digital screen display for optimum temperature. It has preset temperatures that will bring out the best flavors in tea and coffee. Simple and easy operation. One touch boil setting, auto shut off, automatic lid opening, and a corded design for comfortable serving. STAINLESS STEEL INTERIOR. The hot drinks are made with the pure flavor in mind. Simply wipe the outside with a clean cloth and let it cure. Maintenance products like detergents, abrasive products, and scouring powders should never be used because they can discolour the plastic. Don't put the kettle, power lead, plug or electrical base in the water. Double wall construction keeps the heat in while making sure the outer layer is safe to touch, even with boiling water inside. The large capacity prepares up to 12 cups, perfect for all hot beverages and cooking needs.
👤The top ranked tea kettle in several consumer tests is the one from Cuisinart. That caught my attention. Its price went up. It is more expensive than the new Krups design. Both have the same 1.7 liter capacity. I found the Cuisinart to be fastastic after I bought it. Reliability issues and warranty hassles are noted by some users. Hamilton Beach and Miroco are examples of companies that have followed in the footsteps of the Cuisinart. I will include links to my reviews of those kettles. The Krups is a completely new kettle design. Does it compete? The highest quality appliances should be priced fairly, reliable and also of long term value. Design and convenience are two things that can be seen in the photos. When filling or pouring, the Krups weighs less than the Cuisinart. The Krups is the one to buy for seniors with limited arm mobility. The Krups is wider than the other models, making it more convenient for those with less pouring dexterity, but both models have plenty of filling room. The ergonomics of the handle and design of the Krups is an advantage if you plan to store under a counter cabinet. Since the Krups is tall, measure your space before ordering. Safety and ease of use are the most important factors in choosing a brand. The big blue viewing window on the Cuisinart shows the fill height. The kettle has a 1.7 liter line. If you plan to fill less than an entire pot, you will need to fill a measuring cup with your water first before pouring into the pot. The Krups is insulated. It is cool on the outside. The Krups are for young kids who can access the pot. Krups vs. Cuisinart. The two kettles have the same temp choice features, but they are implemented in different ways. You can preset the unit with the buttons on top. 175 degrees is ideal for green tea. The Krups has a button on top of the handle that you can press to change the temp. The front of the teapot will show a light blue color. The Krups has a neat count up thermostat feature that I have not seen on any of the other tea kettles I have reviewed. It is a cool feature to show the real time temp. The temp can be held for up to 30 minutes. The approach of the Cuisinart brand is smarter than that of each brand. What is different between the two brands? The keep warm feature can be turned off either before or after the brew. The keep warm button must be pressed manually for the Krups. The default design of the Cuisinart is to be on automatically, which is why I prefer it. When I wake up, I usually brew a cup of green tea at 175 degrees and wait for my wife to join me. Everything is ready to go. We will pour water for our daughter later. All can be poured at the same temperature. If you don't need a second cup, you might prefer the Krups approach. It is adequate to turn on its keep warm feature. If you enable before you brew. Since we pour multiple cups, we really like the memory feature. If you take the kettle off the base, you can return it to the base within a couple of minutes. When the Krups is removed, the tea kettle is completely shut off. This could be a disadvantage for some. To get back to the settings to hold the kettle for 30 minutes longer, you have to press a button. You just need to remember. Both of the 1500 watt Cuisinart and Krups have terrific, fast speed, far exceeding stovetop kettles or microwave heating. The boiling point for a full 1.7 liter pot was in 7:03:02. The Krups set a new kettle speed record in my tests. The Krups is slightly faster than the everyday real world usage. The Krups finished in 3:21 for 24 ounces. Krups was ready to pour in just 2:22, compared to 2:32 for Cuisinart. There is plenty of quickness for either brand. The Krups took 2 minutes and 16 seconds at the green tea setting of 175 degrees for 24 ounces, while the Cuisinart took 2:1. For 16 ounces, Cuisinart was the winner. The Krups was in front at 1:45. For 16 ounces. The Krups is fully insulated, but the other pots are very well insulated. The water inside is still hot even after an hour or two. Depending on how much water is inside, each can be brought back to a boil in a minute or two. Krups vs. Cuisinart. Both brands are ready to pour when they hit the boiling point. It is likely that you will care about consistency at different temperatures and keep warm when buying a versatile temp variable kettle like these. Chinese green teas are best brew between 170 and 180, while delicate Japanese Senchas are best brew between 10 degrees cooler. When I used the 175 degree setting for green tea, I used a Thermapen instant read thermometer and learned the Cuisinart was at 176 degrees. Excellent performance indeed! The Krups was commendable. The Hamilton Beach clone is less satisfying than the ones I have tested, but they are among the most consistent pots. The Miroco is consistent. Is it possible to use keep warm feature? Once temp is reached, each kettle will be put to sleep. A sensor kicks in and turns on the kettle for a short time. Both brands used the keep warm setting. The reviewers here complain that getting warranty service can be difficult and that the units sometimes go out before the warranty has expired. The buyer has to pay for shipping both ways. The Assurant extended warranty cost me $4 more. Most warranties of this type only kick in after the manufacturer's warranty ends. We own four small kitchen appliances and have never needed warranty service. My original food processor works great after 30 years. Several reviews state that the number markings can rub off in time. The front of the kettle is covered with an acetate covering, and this is not a concern with the very different design. The Krups warranty is 24 months. Krups vs. Cuisinart. Both machines are five star machines. We have kept the Cuisinart at our main home and the Miroco at our vacation home until we reviewed the new Krups design. Krups will become our go to kettle if arm mobility becomes an issue. The day-to-day use differences between Krups and Cuisinart are mainly differentiated by three things. The keep warm feature can be turned on with the Krups. There are two more If the kettle is removed, the keep warm temp setting can be remembered in two minutes. There are 3 more If those features are important to some, the Cuisinart is a good choice. If you would like to see the Hamilton Beach 41020 in its entirety, you can find a link here. It's a good kettle that most would be happy with, but I don't think it's in the same league as the other kettles. A far too detailed test of the Cuisinart Electric Kettle vs. Miroco and Hamilton Beech. Please forgive me for the small amount of braggadocio. 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Product 2 has a 34 ounce capacity. The electric kettle can heat up to 1. 7 liters of water is more quickly than a microwave. Pre-programmed temperatures are used for hot tea, cocoa, pour-over coffee and more. Digital controls make it easy to select functions, while an illuminated panel shows the water's current temperature. The lid is easy to open. The push of a button opens the lid. The kettle can travel anywhere hot water is needed.
👤I bought this kettle because I want my water to be ready when I wake so that I don't have to wait long for my first cup of coffee. This does it, but it does it with a lot of sound. It was too much beeping. I pulled the base apart using a small screwdriver, which I was able to wedge into the weird triangle screw heads. Remove the two heads holding the PCB after pulling it apart. Look for the short black barrel-shaped beeper, marked BUZZ on the board, and physically disabling it. I used a drill. I plugged it back in and it didn't make a sound. My sleep is still there.
👤I like that this kettle has a keep warm option and I can set the temperature. The base and kettle seem strong. When the base is turned on, it makes a loud noise, but also when the water reaches a temperature, which is when the keep warm function is on, but six times if it isn't. There is no way to lower the sound or turn it off. Sleeping guests and neighbors don't need to know that the water is boiled.
👤I noticed the kettle was discolored 10 days after the return window closed. There's some sort of interior coating that has boiled and broken down. Elbow grease makes things worse. It doesn't feel safe to consume. It does everything it says it will, including boiling water fast, multiple temperature settings, stay warm and a timer. We use an AeroPress to make coffee and this is a great companion. The water is boiled in the morning and kept at a temperature for the duration of the day, because we fill it at night. Some of the letters were missing and there were scratches.
👤The water can be brought to the preset temperature. The boiling temperature of water is 203 degrees above sea level. The temperature was Fahrenheit. It will not shut off until it has evaporated all the water. The next preset temperature is 200F. I would rather have the ability to set the temperature manually. It would be great if the volume was reduced or the beeps were turned off. They are loud and annoying.
👤The previous version of the Hamilton Beach kettle has been used by me. They were larger than many kettles at 1.7 liters, and inexpensive, so I liked them. They were a pain to program, cheap looking, and only lasted about a year. The previous version had many drawbacks, but this new version solved them. It is easy to set time and it seems quieter while heating. I don't know if it will last, but it has a five year warranty. This is the only kettle on Amazon that has all of the features, and it looks better than the old version. I can deal with the beeps when you push buttons, but I need the features. It1-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-6556
👤It looks good on the counter. The actual time feature did not work, so I never used it. The help line for Hamilton Beach has been closed. How could that be a problem? They can work from home and never see a coworker. I had to communicate with email but only offered a refund. So sad and disappointed. I wish it worked because it could tell this is a great idea. I don't want one that doesn't work. My money is back.
Also, note: Only for use in the USA and Canada. Bring up to 1 liters of water to a rapid boil, quicker than a microwave could do the job. The kettle has boil-dry protection and will turn itself off after water boiling. The kettle lifts off the base so you can serve at the table. You can see how much water is in the kettle with dual water windows. The handle has a slip-resistant grip and the spout is easy to pour. They stand behind their testing. This kettle has access to us-based customer support.
👤I've printed a label to return the Hamilton Beach Kettle. It's 100% Plastic was not mentioned in the item description listing. I don't like placing hot things in plastic. I don't cook in plastic or boil anything in plastic. The water came to a rolling boil and then shut off. It smelled of chemicals while it was being poured into the sink. The unpleasant plastic smell made me return the boiling water, even though I was already unhappy about it. I'll look for one that is either glass or stainless steel. This will work for people who don't mind boiling water in a plastic kettle. It will never be for me, no matter what...
👤6 years ago, I bought this kettle. It worked well until it stopped working. I have several Hamilton Beach products. The products will work well for about 3 years after they are on borrowed time. The kettle lasted a long time. I think I got the most value for my money on this one. I will need to buy the Tri-Wing Screwdriver, which is not one of the standard screwdrivers people tend to have at home, before I can fix mine. This is a minus.
👤This product is cheap. boiling water comes out of the sides of the lid instead of coming out of the spout, which is extremely dangerous, because the lid does not close completely. There is no audible or visible notification to let you know that the water is boiling, so you have to wait and watch. The cord is too short. The plastic is cheap, and a small piece that connects the lid to the rest snapped off when I closed it. I would return it if I knew I could do it again. I want to make sure that others don't waste their money. I'm very disappointed in the brand.
👤The kettle is fine. The water was boiling. When it arrived, it had a strong smell and I had to clean it and boil the water a few times. If you leave the water sitting inside, a plastic layer will form on top. The plastic is in the water. This is a problem for all plastic kettles, not just this brand. Even getting aBPA-free kettle won't solve the problem since alternatives can be worse. I only use this kettle occasionally, so I wasn't too worried about the plastic in the water, I'm assuming it won't kill me in small amounts?? I hope so. If you can afford a better quality kettle, then you should use it.
👤I've had this teapot for three years and it's too easy to use. It holds a lot of water. Since I broke the first, I'm on my second one. It's sturdy, but don't drop it! Water doesn't taste like plastic.
👤No complaints so far. The water is hotter than on the stove. If I forget about the water I was heating, I don't have to worry about burning a pot. It's easy to wash out. I don't have to worry about the kettle being too warm to set on the table because I can carry it to where I need it. I remind my kids not to touch the kettle because it doesn't get very warm, but I'm not afraid if they do. I use it almost daily and am very happy with it.
1500W for quicker boiling. 7 L in less than 8 minutes and safe valuable time; boil-dry protection shuts off electric kettle when there is no water inside. 1.5 liter kettle for heating water for coffee, tea, and more. It is possible to separate from the base for serving and filling. The digital temperature buttons on the handle allow for precise control. Cool-touch double-walled design keeps liquid piping hot. The flip-top lid keeps heat in. The Strix controller has an auto-shutoff feature.
👤Everyone in my family drinks tea all day long, so having a full, hot tea kettle is a necessity. The pros and cons of the electric tea kettle can be weighed. Everyone has something they value. Cool to the touch, even when it's at full boil, so if you touch the sides or the top, you won't hurt yourself, and the digital display lets you see exactly what the water is at. You pour your cup if you set it to 190. When you return it to the base, you need to reset it to 190 again, which requires several extra pushes of the button. If you put it on the 'keep warm' mode as soon as you pour your cup, you need to reset it, not only to the temperature but to keep warm mode again. If someone forgets to open the lid, you might find yourself pouring half a cup and needing to refill it. If you like your water on the cooler side, like 180-190, you'll find yourself pressing the temperature button constantly, every time you turn it on and return it to the base. I don't know how the buttons will last over time, but it's something to be aware of in terms of usage and annoyance. You'll probably be happy with this, if you like your tea at 212. If you want it to be cooler, you'll only be hitting the temperature button once. If I click the power button once, it will start warming up and I can either pour my tea or let the mug sit on the counter for a few minutes until it cools down. I don't like the "keep warm" feature since everyone is always refilling their mugs and removing the kettle from the base. I'd like a feature that would allow me to keep a record of the temperature after every pour, but I don't mind too much since I'm used to it.
👤I would like to know why this review was rejected. I reviewed your criteria after receiving your rejection letter. My review was in line with your guidelines. I gave specific opinions on features. I didn't insult or use profanity. I didn't advertise. I didn't use any URL's. I didn't include any false, misleading, or inauthentic content in the Community content. What is the problem? Thank you for submitting the review. I wanted to like this kettle. I wanted to keep the kettle. I just don't like this kettle. Behind the corner sink, we keep our kettle. It's impossible to see the temperature or the red light without standing on our toes and turning off the kitchen lights. The inner fill lines are only on one side and the lid does not come up all the way, making it hard to see them. The controls are too difficult to use. It's possible, but a pain in the neck. We have used many stove top and electric kettles over the years and this pot has given us issues for things we never considered. We wanted an easy way to boil water. The reasons are just the beginning. I don't have the time to write about all the reasons I hate this kettle. It really is awful.
Do not open the lid or touch the kettle if it is hot. The lid should be closed when it is working. Children are not allowed to reach the kettle. If you find a product problem, you can contact them. The electric kettle is safer than the stovetop kettle. 7 liters of hot water is safer than a stovetop kettle. Every time, the electric kettle heats water for French press Coffee, hot cocoa, and different teas, for perfect results. The electric tea kettle can be kept warm for 30 minutes so it will be ready and waiting when you need it. The large water window is illuminated by soft blue LEDs. The automatic shutoff feature with boil Dry protection keeps the electric kettle from boiling.
👤The top of several consumer tests include the CuisinartCPK 17 tea kettle. It is expensive. I was excited when I read that the Hamilton Beach 41020 was the same kettle as the one I saw in the store. I look for the best price and long term value in appliances. I was prepared to learn that the two kettles came from the same factory and were equally good. You should know that there is a spoiler alert below. Are they the same? I assumed they are. In testing. They are not! The photos show that they are almost identical, but the HB is slightly taller. The design of the Cuisinart is a little more streamlined. It is over an ounce heavier than the HB. The tea kettles do not fit on the other brand's base. The pop up lid on the HB is slightly wider. It may be easier to fill for some but both models have plenty of room. The Hamilton Beach 41020 is home to the CuisinartCPK 17 tea kettle. I was surprised by workmanship. The HB is made of a rougher material. The workmanship is cheaper. The Cuisinart is more solid. If not directly comparing the better built Cuisinart to the better built HB, I would consider the workmanship perfectly acceptable. The lids are different. The lid is a bit floppy. The Cuisinart lid has more weight than the other ones. It opens confidently. The fill window of the HB shows cup markings as well as liters, which is more accurate. The same features and Temp choices are available for the Cuisinart and Hamilton Beach 41020. There is a difference between the two. Depending on your drinking and pouring preferences, which holds the advantage. You can hold the temp for another 30 minutes with the feature on both of them. What is different between the two brands? The keep warm feature can be turned off before or after the brew. The keep warm button must be pressed manually if the default is off. I would prefer the default to be on. We love this because I can wake up first, have a cup of green tea and wait for my wife to join me. The next cup can be poured at the same temperature. You wouldn't want a second cup, maybe you would prefer the HB. These two kettles have capacities of 1.7 liters and can accommodate multiple pourings. I expected great speed and both delivered. The boiling point for a full 1.7 liter pot was 6:59. The HP took 7 minutes. Call it even in real life. For 24 ounces, the Cuisinart finished in 3:31 and for 16 ounces, it was done in 2:32. The microwave and stovetop are not the same. The HB was not far behind. At the green tea setting of 175 degrees, the Cuisinart took just 2:22 for 24 ounces, and 1:40 for 16 ounces. In 2:20, the HB finished 24 ounces, and in 1:37, 16 ounces. At this point, you may be thinking no rain. Why not buy the beach? The difference between the Cuisinart and the Hamilton Beach is that the Cuisinart is better in performance. Both brands hit the boiling point when they were shut off. You will probably buy a better kettle for the convenience of making brew at different temperatures. When I used the 175 degree setting for green tea, I used a Thermapen instant read thermometer to make sure the Cuisinart was exactly 176 degrees. Excellent performance! At the 175 degree setting, the HB was 186 degrees. I'll use the 185 setting if I want 186. The test was repeated at different temperatures. Every time, the Cuisinart was right on. The holding temps of the HB were less reliable than those of the Cuisinart. For some, this may not matter so the HB is still for them. If you only need a kettle for boiling black tea, ramen, or other food, I would suggest a non-adjusting kettle. It is possible to have nice ones in the $20 range. The long term: Hamilton Beach may have an advantage over the Cuisinart. I have read that the customer service department of the Cuisinart is difficult, even though they have an impressive three year warranty. We have had a number of different types of equipment, including a coffee maker, waffle maker, and ice cream maker. We've never had a problem with needing warranty service. More people complain about the HB breaking down quickly than they do about the Cuisinart. The number markings can rub off in time. My story has a surprise ending. When I began testing, I didn't think I'd be typing this. You let me down! There are minor workmanship issues with the temperature controlled tea kettle. I would rather pay more for a kettle that will faithfully reproduce the temperature at the setting I choose. You are more likely to get a better kettle if you pay more for the Cuisinart. A more expensive kettle that is more consistent could be a better value over the long term. Hope this has helped you make the best choice of kettle for you.
Extras: There is a spare filter in the box. The temperature preset was designed in California. The best results for tea and coffee can be created with 6 different temperature preset. The kettle is made with food-grade steel and keeps your water out of plastic. Keep Warm Mode will keep the temperature warm for up to an hour. The Keep Warm function is turned on/off when the kettle is in standby mode. You can make a cup of coffee in a pinch with the 1500 watt rated power of the kettle. When your water reaches the right temperature or after an hour of Keep Warm Mode, you can have automatic Shutoff. The sound and indicator lights up when the kettle is boiling and shuts off when the water is ready. The USA and Canada only have 120V, 60Hz, and 1500W. The included components are Kettle and manual.
👤It suddenly wouldn't turn on about a month or so after using it, just like others have reported. There was no light or heat. I'm not going to sit idly by and accept a setback as my new reality. No, Sirree! I'm going to figure out the cause of the problem so I can fix it. The first ring around the pin at the center of the carafe became rusted. The unit is unable to work because of the rust blocking a current between the base and the carafe. It may work if you place the pot at a different angle. I used a fine-grade sand sponge to remove the rust. Steel wool may work, but it is a very precise and small job. I added coconut oil to prevent further rusting after I sanded off the rust. So far, so good. I took pictures to show the rust. If you have hard water, the white spots inside the pot are going to happen. Did you not hear about people in the 16th century complaining about spots in their water boiler? Absolutely not! The lucky people didn't have to deal with water spots because they poured their water in an iron kettle. You can find an iron kettle on Amazon. I'm not sure where your nearest creek is. Maybe you can see it on the maps. You can either buy white vinegar or pretend the spots aren't there. The coconut oil appears to be holding its own as of today, June 14, 2021. The kettle hasn't stopped or failed to start since I applied the first thin coat. I love it! The last water boiler leaked water and almost caught my house on fire. The water boiler is very efficient and can boil a liter of water in four minutes. I will confirm that it will be less than four minutes. I thought the blue light would be spectacular, but it is not. I did not buy this for entertainment. When you close the lid, the spout strainer pulls forward. The strainer can be moved down when the lid is open. It doesn't stay down, but it won't snap off when you're trying to fill the carafe, which was its intended purpose, I believe. It's made of metal, so you don't have to worry about poisoning your family with plastic chemicals. The pot that comes in contact with liquid is not made of plastic. The plastic on the handle and outside of the lid is meant to protect you from burns. I have had to use a potholder to support the base, but I wouldn't remove points for that. It doesn't have a temp control, but you can watch it boil, and you can judge from the water's reaction when it's the temperature you're after. You will be a pro at figuring out the tea temp. I would recommend this pot to my grandmother if she were alive to use it. The price is reasonable. If I were you, I'd give it a try. You don't know when the price will go up. I have a hot streak. I will return to post the issues if something goes wrong after I post this review. It's working well for now.
The product has a maximum capacity of 800mL and a minimum of 150mL. It is possible to set it in one-degree increments between 140 -212 F (60 - 98 C). 1000 watt for quick heating. The temperature display is real-time. Hold Button can be held for up to 60 minutes. The temperature set button can be used for quick access to preset temperatures. The count-up timer makes it easy to keep track of the process. The neck spout is used for pour control. The length is 11.00 inch, the width is 7.00 inch and the height is 7.5 inch. There is a brushed steel and a plastic.
👤I bought this kettle with high hopes that it would improve my pour-overs. I took care of it and it pours very well. I kept it clean and only used it a couple of times a week. It refused to turn on for about a year and a half. I tried many outlets but nothing. I reached out to Bonavita to ask for help because I have been faithful to this kettle for about 1.5 years, and there is no reason that it should have stopped working so quickly. I was told that they wouldn't do anything to fix or replace it because it wasn't under warranty, even though the paperwork said it had a 2 year warranty. I invested a good bit of money in the item and I can't believe the customer service is so bad. I will not buy another item from this company. The company refused to help when it stopped working. Don't buy this product! There are many better options.
👤The Bonavita 1.0 L Digital Variable Temperature Gooseneck Kettle was reviewed in a video. I was forced to retire this item on December 24th, savesay purchased this November 11, 2012 and was forced to retire it on December 24th, savesay The kettle has good features such as a commercial rating and proven 5-year durability. Some plastic is inside the water-heating compartment.
👤In the winter it was used lightly and stored in the warmer months. It was a pleasure to use it. The kettle stopped boiling water. The water in it will no longer heat up. I used this unit for 2 years. Reached out to Bonavita customer service to inquire about purchasing a replacement base, but was told they don't sell the base separately. I thought it would last longer because of the cost. I paid more for a premium product and now I have another disposable appliance, I expected more from Bonavita, paid more for a premium product and now I have another disposable appliance. The ability to hold the water at a certain temperature was great for pour over coffee. The water is really hot. The cost is a cons. Durability. If the base fails after the warranty period, you'll be stuck with an electric kettle that can't heat the water and no replacement base to purchase. It is a nice kettle for pour over coffee if you don't mind replacing it every few years. It's the only one on the market where you can specify a target temperature and hold it there. You don't have many options if you need that feature. I can't justify the price to buy this item again, I hope it lasts longer than the last one.
👤The variable temperature setting of this kettle made it perfect for making cups of tea and Aeropress coffee. The kettle rust rings began to appear around the welding of the spout to the kettle and the plastic base around the bottom of the kettle about nine months into owning it. This has gotten worse as time has passed. The kettle sits in a small puddle of water that appears to be leaking from the seal between the plastic base and metal upper of the kettle. I would love for this company to reach out to me, but I wouldn't recommend this product. Poor materials, great design, great function.
The large water window is illuminated by led lights. It's suitable for ALEXA and Google Home. You can control the kettle with the help of the assistant. "Turn on / off" is the only thing. Home Voice can't control temperature or other functions. Add "Kitchen Appliances - Smart Kettle "Wi-fi" to the list of devices and use your smart device to operate the kettle. The certificate is ETL. The tea kettle is perfect for anyone who is looking for a water kettle glass without any non-food grade material contacting the water. It's safe to leave the kettle alone. The Kettle will shut off when the water reaches a certain temperature. The glass tea kettle will switch off automatically when the water is nearly dry. Lift the base and set the kettle down from every angle. A user manual, a hospitable after-sales service, and a worry-free 12-Months Warranty are included in Worry Free: Clear instruction.
👤I am writing another review because for some reason this kettle started working again as advertised. The kettle is performing as well as it was in the initial review after I took a sample version of their mobile app. I should only give it 3 stars because of the fact that it's a great way to wake up and turn on the kettle, but there's something else that makes me feel generous. The functions of the app are not intuitive, but at least they work. It is a tea kettle. It is a tea kettle that does not work. It worked for 3 weeks and then it stopped recognizing the kettle was on the base, even though it was. The remote control function ceased to work reliably and now doesn't work at all. We have to manually turn it on multiple times every time we want to boil the water, so it no longer functions as a regular kettle after 3 months of use. If you have more than one person in the house who wants to boil water, you are screwed because only one person can have the app to control it. I tried to get support but got no response. I can't do anything about it now, so I will throw it in the trash and warn the rest of you. The original review was not a good one. I took a leap and ignored the negative review and bought this. This kettle is amazing. It took me 30 seconds to connect to my phone via the internet, and then I turned on the kettle while I was sleeping. It seems to be very high quality, and it's relatively quiet to boil. This is a great deal since the only other smart kettle I could find was $120.
👤A good kettle. Setting up the kettle is my main issue, so I've put how to get internet working below. I have a new routers that doesn't allow you to choose between 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, and every kettle on the market, this one included, seems to need only 2.4. You don't have to look for a while. I followed the instructions on how to set up smart devices. Plug it in far enough away from your router that the 2.4 GHz signal can reach it. Try to connect it with the mobile app. You can replug the kettle into your kitchen outlet from the far-away location, if you choose. It will remember that you already connected it to the internet and stay connected. I had trouble connecting it to the internet. I had to re-pair the kettle because "alexa: discover devices" wasn't enough. This was a success, but it made the kettle forget about the internet. I plugged the kettle in and then connected it to the 2.4 internet at my far away location. I put it into the kitchen outlet. ' The SmartLife app now works perfectly. We walk into the kitchen to start the kettle 10 times a day for tea. I was determined to find a solution that didn't require messing with the router because all other kettles had the same 2.4 GHz connection. Hope this helps!
Dash is a U.S. based company that provides contact information in the product manual. There is aLIMINATE GUESSWORK with 6 temperature transmitters. The electric kettle has 6 settings that allow it to make green, white, oolong, black and delicate herbal teas as well as French press coffee. Water should be held at your temperature. You can pour yourself cups after heating water. The keep warm option keeps the heat on for 30 minutes so the water is ready when you need it. Fast oil with 1500 watt. It's easy to make yourself a hot cup with this electric kettle, it's just a matter of waiting. There is a large easy-to-view water window. You can easily keep track of the water level and enjoy the blue lights on dark mornings. There is peace of mind with automatic shut off. The electric kettle is protected from boiling with the boil-dry feature. There is a crayon-colored extension. The exterior of a kitchen is stylish.
👤The rose gold/ copper color is very hot. I didn't think I'd use the different temperature options. I like to experiment with different temperatures to see if I need to add anything cold to the beverage or not. I don't like putting hot food in my cups. Once you get used to it, the temperature option is convenient because it takes hours to become drinkable. I would buy it again and recommend it to everyone else.
👤My wife wanted a tea pot with a thermostat. Many models had bad reviews, failing early, leaking, and filters that broke. The Hamilton Beach 1.7 liter Variable Temperature Electric Kettle was the least risky. I bought the extended warranty just in case. She really likes it after a few weeks.
👤I like the electric kettle. It works well and looks good on my counter. The top is open for filling and cleaning. The window and blue light make it easy to see how much water is in the kettle. I will warn you that the sides get very hot, so be careful not to leave it where kids can touch it, when it's being used.
👤The design requires you to press a button to change the temperature. Selecting a cooler temperature for tea is not possible because the button stopped working after a few uses.
👤I broke my last electric tea pot when I tried to remove the filter from the lid. The pot has a wide opening to put water in. The copper color and the glass pot have an unattractive mineral build up. I like that I can choose the water temperature and that I can turn it on and not have to keep checking the temperature because a soft beep notifies me when the water has reached the selected temperature.
👤I used it several times daily. Water was on the countertop. It was on the bottom of the kettle. The wife went to use the device. Touched the side to make sure it was still warm. She thought it was hot to the touch, but then she realized it wasn't. I reached out to Hamilton Beach on the website before the electrical shock. No reply. Attempted contact via the phone number listed on the site, but no luck. If you want a safe cost effective device for heating water, look elsewhere.
👤I love this kettle. Great form and function. I use it every day. Very happy with the purchase.
👤This item matches my copper barn sink perfectly. The cover push button does not work, but it works well. I have to put my finger under the cover to open it. I didn't bother to come back since my electric kettle is leaking.
We stand behind their testing. This kettle has access to us-based customer support. ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY MATERIALS The kettle liner, inner lid, and spout are made of 304 steel. All plastic parts are free of the harmful chemical. The bright indicator kettle, one touch switch operation, and thermometer dial are more convenient for you to prepare hot water, quickly enjoy tea, water and coffee. Humanized design. An electric tea kettle with a circular spout, an independent lid, a spout filter, and a handle with a curved design is both fashionable and practical. Aesthetics,Durability and ease of use are what it has. When the water is boiling, automatic shut-off and dry-burn prevention will shut down. Do not open the lid or touch the kettle if it is hot. The lid should be closed when it is working. Children are not allowed to reach the kettle. If you find a product problem, you can contact them.
👤After a week of gentle use, the white paint on the kettle began to bubble. The kettle worked well, but it seems that the paint/design of the product is a defect. We had to return it this morning.
👤The water is hot fast. The counter looks nice. There is enough water for four David's Tea mugs. It pours well. You can carry the kettle to another room without having to use the cord. All interior surfaces are made of steel. The kettle part gets hot if you don't use it right after use, or you'll get a few steam. The smell is warm plastic at first, but it is going away as we use it. There is a We took a chance on an item without many ratings and it paid off.
👤This product is the worst I have ever seen, I have this kettle for less than a month, and I can't believe what's going on inside. Don't buy it.
👤I bought this teapot because my older one was leaking. The temperature gauge gets water because of condensation. There is water in it. I hope it doesn't get wet. I will return it if not. I returned the teapot.
👤This was a cheap gift for my mom. That's what I thought... The kettle started leaking from the gauge and then my mom came out and it was leaking everywhere. I shouldn't have to tell you how dangerous that is. I think it had a 30 day warranty. My mom didn't want me to know that it was broken, she loved how it looked and worked. Amazon didn't do anything to make this right. The manufacturer of the kettle wouldn't respond when my mom contacted them. Amazon is already on thin ice because I strongly disagree with them getting involved in social issues and then crappy customer service on broken stuff to add to the steaming pile.
👤The kettle is beautiful. It had to be thrown out because the water would leak out from the seam of the kettle. I found a puddle of water on my counter in the morning.
👤A teapot is cool. The teapot lid broke. This one is better because you can either take the lid off or fill it through the spout. The handle is over the top so it's easy to pour. It is light and retro.
👤I have had this item for a month and it has worked great. When I first purchased this, it only had 14 reviews, but now it has over 100 reviews, so I'm happy that it's getting recognition. The water warms up within a few minutes and stops on its own. I would definitely recommend this product. It is very stylish.
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