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[Amazon.ca] OXO Brew Adjustable Temperature Electric Pour-Over Kettle $94.33

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[Amazon.ca] OXO Brew Adjustable Temperature Electric Pour-Over Kettle $94.33

There was a deal for the Bonavita 1.7L on here recently but I've been waiting for this OXO kettle to go on sale. Apparently it heats up faster than the Bonavita. The item will be re-stocked on May 28 and $94.33 is the lowest price ever on Amazon.ca according to 3 camels.

Edit: Dropped down a bit more to $93.45.

  • Water is heated and held at your preferred temperature for coffee or tea in one-degree increments from 140-212 degrees F/40- 100 degrees C
  • Precise-pour gooseneck spout features unique curved opening and elongated spout provide a steady flow for precision and control
  • Designed to provide comfortable balance for effortless pouring. Kettle is cord-free for easy transport when removed from 360° swivel base for easy pouring
  • Built-in timer counts up to keep track of your pour-over brewing process for you and built-in temperature Guide
  • After a 30-minute keep-warm cycle, The kettle automatically shuts off for safety

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I already have an electric kettle, but someone please convince me to buy this one lol
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Thanks for posting. I am in the market for a no-plastic kettle (i.e. do not want water coming into contact with plastic) but this kettle is a wee bit expensive for me. I'll keep an eye on the price in case it should get less expensive.
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I already have a perfectly fine kettle but have always been curious about adjustable temperature... Plus I just bought a new Bodum pour-over coffee maker and a gooseneck could be helpful... But do I really need to spend over $100 when my kettle works perfectly fine?? ....

Damn you, Red Flag Deals. Always tempting me.
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choclover wrote: Thanks for posting. I am in the market for a no-plastic kettle (i.e. do not want water coming into contact with plastic) but this kettle is a wee bit expensive for me. I'll keep an eye on the price in case it should get less expensive.
https://www.amazon.ca/AmazonBasics-Stai ... 072DWYBL7/

Dunno if this one suits what you're looking for, but I picked one of these up around Christmas time and it's great. Think I got it on a warehouse deal for around $20ish.
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MyNameWasTaken wrote: I already have an electric kettle, but someone please convince me to buy this one lol
This one looks pretty.
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I waffled and bought the Stagg (a different class of kettle, I know), but if you drink coffee, tea, plus hot water then the adjustable temperature is worth it. We use it multiple times a day and keep it held at specific temps for the beverages.
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choclover wrote: Thanks for posting. I am in the market for a no-plastic kettle (i.e. do not want water coming into contact with plastic) but this kettle is a wee bit expensive for me. I'll keep an eye on the price in case it should get less expensive.
I believe this kettle has silicone on the inside that is submerged in the water.
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rebe1 wrote: This one looks pretty.
Until you've seen the Stagg, which I've fortunately talked myself out of, but if it ever went on a big sale I'd be all over for no rational reason whatsoever. I purchased a Cusimax kettle that's working quite well and had preset temps, otherwise I'd jump all over this.

Reasons to like this.
  • Gooseneck for pour over or French press it much easier.
  • This unit you can actually dial the temp down to specific degree which is hard to find. I miss the single degree granularity to really "dial in" your brew.
  • No plastic parts inside (maybe the lid I didn't check, but you could cover that).

The bonavita also mentioned around here is also an incredibly solid buy, though I think not as nice looking as this If you're into good coffee do yourself a favour and in order of importance, buy good quality fresh beans, use good water, grind appropriately, with a good grinder, I actually use a manual which takes exactly as long as my water takes to boil, weigh your beans (seriously, this is a really simple step, not all volumes are equal), let your coffee bloom/pre-soak (initial small pour to wet beans and let them off gas), play with temps/brew times.
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Awesome price! Definitely worth it if you’re looking for a kettle to do pour overs.

Have been using this kettle for about a year now. Quick to heat up, easy to adjust (especially useful if you drink both coffee and tea), and fairly accurate temp settings (off by 3C at most for me, usually within 1C).
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Dropped down a bit more to $93.45 now
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I'm coming out of lurking to share my experience with this kettle. I've had it for around 6 months and it's one of my favourite pieces of coffee kit! Purchased from BB&B for $80 with a 20% off coupon.

Pros:
  • Boils water super fast, if I'm just brewing for 1 cup it'll bring the water up to temp before I finish grinding my coffee
  • The smaller form factor makes it easier to handle and has a relatively small footprint on the counter
  • The temperature adjustment knob is really satisfying to turn. It's got a tactile click for every degree you turn up/down! The display is also nicely backlit.
  • And of course standard features like 30 min temperature hold, a built in timer

Cons:
  • Someone mentioned it before, and there is a small silicone O-ring inside the kettle that holds the temperature sensor. Personally I'm not too concerned but if you're uncomfortable with that you'll want to steer clear of this one
  • The built-in timer function can be finnicky at times. I solved this by getting a scale that also has a timer in it.
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ncheply wrote: https://www.amazon.ca/AmazonBasics-Stai ... 072DWYBL7/

Dunno if this one suits what you're looking for, but I picked one of these up around Christmas time and it's great. Think I got it on a warehouse deal for around $20ish.
This one looks really good. From the pics, it doesn't appear to have any plastic parts that come into contact with the water?
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I've had this kettle for a while now and like, but the volume isn't great - maybe 2-2.5 cups? and I had a problem with the digital display packing it in. Oxo was good about warranty on it but keep in mind that this item is a US product sold in Canada and Oxo Canada doesn't carry this is as replacement.
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Jumbotron wrote: I've had this kettle for a while now and like, but the volume isn't great - maybe 2-2.5 cups? and I had a problem with the digital display packing it in. Oxo was good about warranty on it but keep in mind that this item is a US product sold in Canada and Oxo Canada doesn't carry this is as replacement.
This kettle has a volume of 1L so it does not hold as much as other kettles but if you're boiling water for pour over or Aeropress then it should be more than adequate.
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choclover wrote: This one looks really good. From the pics, it doesn't appear to have any plastic parts that come into contact with the water?
The spout is all metal along with the body, but there are two small pieces of plastic on the inside, one near the spout and then the inside of the window that shows you the water level. Other than that the only plastic is on the handle, which of course doesn't touch the water Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
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Jumbotron wrote: I've had this kettle for a while now and like, but the volume isn't great - maybe 2-2.5 cups? and I had a problem with the digital display packing it in. Oxo was good about warranty on it but keep in mind that this item is a US product sold in Canada and Oxo Canada doesn't carry this is as replacement.
Thanks for posting your experience - may I know what they did since they do not have a replacement?
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keyser-soze wrote: Thanks for posting your experience - may I know what they did since they do not have a replacement?
Sorry - I didn't see this until now. Oxo sent me a different model (glass carafe) and slightly different base as a replacement.
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RedRon wrote: This kettle has a volume of 1L so it does not hold as much as other kettles but if you're boiling water for pour over or Aeropress then it should be more than adequate.
yeah, I use it for Aeropress but it's not great when you have more than one person in the house and making other hot beverages like tea. A grande Starbucks is almost 500mL and it's not a ton of coffee

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