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Cuisinart CPK-17C Programmable Kettle $79.99

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[Amazon.ca] Cuisinart CPK-17C Programmable Kettle $79.99

Pretty good price.
Cheaper then all the other places. 89.99 on US amazon site

1.7 quart capacity; 1500 watts of power for quick heating;
Stay-cool nonslip handle; Concealed heating element to prevent mineral buildup
One touch controls with blue led indicators; 6 preset temperatures for different types of teas
30 minute keep warm option
Measures 8.8 by 6.1 by 9.75 inches; Limited 3-year warranty
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I got this for my wife for Christmas, awesome kettle. I think I was able to get it for $67.99, still great price at $70
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Thank you, I needed a kettle.
I did a PM at bestbuy for 75.99$.
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Great for home (boil once or twice a day) but does not survive the office (>10 boils / day).
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Pricey for a kettle that only boils water. Granted, it is programmable but...
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sandav wrote: Pricey for a kettle that only boils water. Granted, it is programmable but...
Not trying to defend I had sunbeam plastic kettle but taste of water in this and sunbeam is day and night. Thx
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+1

Also got this from Amazon during the holidays and it does does a better job at boiling water than my old sunbeam.
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Forgive my ignorance (honestly) but how can one kettle do a better job boiling water than another? Quicker?
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Un4GivN wrote: Forgive my ignorance (honestly) but how can one kettle do a better job boiling water than another? Quicker?
Bought it in November. Certain teas taste better at specific temps so the one touch buttons are really convenient. Auto warm feature is also a plus.
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Jul 12, 2012
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What makes this better than a stove top kettle?
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If I am going to get it for $50.00 plus taxes - do you think is going to be a good price?
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The costco kettle is a similar type of kettle from this English company (Russell Hobbs). 3 year warranty from Costco, and I believe regular price is around $40-$50, and sometimes goes on sale for $35 I believe.

So for the warranty alone (i.e. being able to return it to Costco with no questions asked) is well worth the price. I bought one, it started leaking after the second year but was able to exchange it for the newer model no problem last year.

It heats up fast and well, and you can set the temperature of the boil (in 5 degree increments).
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OK. I have bought it brand new for $50 before taxes a few minutes ago. No Costco membership needed and free delivery included. Please don't ask me how.
shannn wrote: The costco kettle is a similar type of kettle from this English company (Russell Hobbs). 3 year warranty from Costco, and I believe regular price is around $40-$50, and sometimes goes on sale for $35 I believe.

So for the warranty alone (i.e. being able to return it to Costco with no questions asked) is well worth the price. I bought one, it started leaking after the second year but was able to exchange it for the newer model no problem last year.

It heats up fast and well, and you can set the temperature of the boil (in 5 degree increments).
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my office has this kettle. didn't know it was so expensive... it's kind of annoying, because nobody knows how to turn if off to stop it from beeping after its done. we just unplug it

i like the french press setting for making coffees
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shannn wrote: The costco kettle is a similar type of kettle from this English company (Russell Hobbs). 3 year warranty from Costco, and I believe regular price is around $40-$50, and sometimes goes on sale for $35 I believe.

So for the warranty alone (i.e. being able to return it to Costco with no questions asked) is well worth the price. I bought one, it started leaking after the second year but was able to exchange it for the newer model no problem last year.
got the same kettle from costco for $37 and it stopped working after 6 months and went back got refund and bought the same one. can't beat the return policy.
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ManCaveGamer wrote: my office has this kettle. didn't know it was so expensive... it's kind of annoying, because nobody knows how to turn if off to stop it from beeping after its done. we just unplug it

i like the french press setting for making coffees
You have to press the "Keep Warm" button if it is lit to prevent it from re-heating / beeping again. It is "on" by default when you plug in the kettle. :)

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