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BEEM Romanov III (5 Liter) Stainless Steel Samovar, Made in Germany, Silver

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  • 5.0 Liter water container, 1.3 Liter tea pot
  • 18/10 Stainless Steel
  • 110 Volts for US Electric System
  • Automatic shut off/on switch to save energy
  • For other great samovars from BEEM, search: BEEM Odessa Samovar, BEEM Rebecca Samovar, BEEM Royal Samovar, BEEM Columbus Samovar, BEEM Katharina Samovar

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.4 x 10.6 x 23.2 inches ; 10.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17 pounds
  • ASIN: B004GMNO8I
  • Item model number: K 1700 230
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #409,334 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The samovar has a 5.0 Liter water container and 1.3 Liter tea pot. It is made of stainless steel 18/10 with chrome coloured accessories. It contains two heating elements with 800 watts and 700 watts. 1500 watts for quick heating. 1500 watt heating element switches off automatically near the boiling point. 700 watts for energy saving at the set temperature: keep-warm function. The heating element is concealed below the base. The Samovar contains individually adjustable and energy saving thermostat. Also has, overheating protection, automatic shut-off, faucet with lime filter, heat insulation, and shapely handles. The tea infuses permanently at the optimum temperature. Boiling, hot or warm water is always available to dilute tea, to prepare instant coffee or other soluble beverages, and e.g. to heat mulled wine. Different sorts of tea can be mixed in the tea pot. The strength of the tea can be determined individually from cup to cup. 110 Volts. For other great samovars from BEEM, search: BEEM Odessa Samovar, BEEM Rebecca Samovar, BEEM Royal Samovar, BEEM Columbus Samovar, BEEM Katharina Samovar

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sina Sadri on June 14, 2013
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It is smaller than what i thought.
But still like it. Nice and useful.
We can have tea all the time now :)
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Bryan G Sachse on January 6, 2013
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Does one really need a samovar? I suppose not, but when I making Sunday (or Saturday) breakfast (say blinis for example) being able to refill your teacup at will seems needful. And it does look as good as it functions (how German!). And if you are going to buy a samovar having a budget for it seems pointless. With this samovar 5 liters of tea does not seem like a lot.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Math Mom on January 10, 2014
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I've often thought that "Electric Samovar" would be an awesome name for a punk/klesmer/Russian rock band (a bit like the Red Elvises, but with more klezmer like the band in the film Dummy). After using this particular electric samovar, my convictions are reinforced. This thing is amazing.

First of all, the sheer design is impressive. My husband, a Russian transplant, has never had an electric samovar before, but when he unwrapped this highly polished, German-streamlined take on a traditional Russian form, his love for clean, modern design filled his eyes. All the parts are metal except for a plastic-like washer between the pouring handle and the spout and the porcelain handles and knobs. Even the ornately formed pouring handle—which probably would have been silvered plastic on a Made In China version—is highly polished 18/10 steel. The total effect is aristocratic yet clean design, as if Ekaterina the Great had taken a shine for minimalism.

As for its workings, we have only used it once, just to see if it works. Truly, the power and volume it contains is just a bit more than we usually need for our evening tea, but—as promised by one of the answers to the questions about the product—it boils like a steam engine if you let it! Just set it to "Ko" ("kochen" is German for "boil") and sit back. Filled almost to the brim, it takes about 15 minutes to rumble and 25 minutes to boil. It's knob lets you decide at what temperature to keep the water. A blue indicator light lets you know that it is on. Although at boiling a little water splashed out from under the lid when the unit was really, really full, it functions quite well.
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