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Precise HeatTM 1.5 Liter Electric Wtr Kettle

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  • Item Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0045O4XOG
  • Item model number: KTEHP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,043 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

This surgical stainless steel electric water kettle features a mirror finish, phenolic handle, concealed heating element, removable base with power cord storage, and boil-dry protection. Brings 8oz of water to a boil in approximately 90 seconds. Measures 9-1/2in x 6-3/8in x 10in including base. ETL certification. Limited 5 year warranty. White box.


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Customer Reviews

The water touches no plastic at all.
Shaxslave
I choose it because it is all stainless steel inside, no plastic parts to come in contact with the water, perfect.
Flamimgo
It looks great sitting on my counter and works well so far.
miraluz

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144 of 145 people found the following review helpful By Joy May Buslaff on June 28, 2011
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This is the electric kettle so many have been looking for -- absolutely zero plastic of any kind comes in contact with your water. My kettle arrived today, and I've put it through its paces in order to flush it out before beverage use (per instructions) and in order to time its speed. The maximum fill is marked on the exterior of the pot with an imprint in the steel; inside the pot there is a metal "tongue" (for want of a better description of it), which curves at the end with the word "MAX" stamped into it. The water should not go above the word MAX. A full pot (1.6 quart, 1.5 liter, 50.5 ounces) took exactly 9 minutes to reach a boil and turn itself off (red light goes off and switch clicks). I also ran a time test with one quart (which is virtually the same as one liter), and that took 6 minutes 20 seconds (this is how much water we use to fill our Frieling Ultima French Press, which is also all stainless steel).

The stamp on the bottom of the heating base says made in China. I don't think you can get away from that in this era. The steel looks beautiful inside and out. Since no one else had reviewed this product before me, I performed a search on the Precise Heat(tm) brand. The reviews for the company's pots and pans show them to rate well above average (4 to 5 stars), so that gave me the confidence to purchase an unreviewed product.

In reading dozens of reviews about other electric kettles, the main complaints stem from failing switches. Even when people say that their such-and-such-brand-name pot "just stopped working," I believe it was actually a switch failure. To anyone who experiences such things and for whom an easy, in-store exchange is not possible, I advise you to seek a repair shop or electrician.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By miraluz on November 6, 2011
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This kettle is a nice blend of vintage style and modern function. It looks great sitting on my counter and works well so far.

It is ALL metal, except for the handle and the base; the interior is 100% metal, no plastic in sight. This is a big plus I imagine for those concerned about plastic kettles, but it does mean that the exterior and lid get VERY hot - you don't want to touch anything but the handle. In the case of the lid, this is a bit annoying, since it means you have to grab a pot holder or let it cool to open the lid to refill it. If the designers had made the lid handle the same material as the side handle, it'd be a five star product.

Overall, though, I'm happy with it. I use it for pourover coffee, and the shape of the spout makes for a nice smooth pour that's easy to control.

Shipping was a bit slow - it didn't ship for over a week.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Cyberpainter on May 12, 2012
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Looking for an electric kettle with no plastic in contact with the water was quite frustrating. This is one of the only ones I've found. I was concerned about it's claims of being surgical stainless steel, and did as much research as I could, considering it's a generic kettle made in China and rebranded. The manufacturer is Linkmath which has a website with lots of kitchen products. I contacted them and was told it was 18/10 stainless steel.

There is some condensation or leak on the on/off switch that I'm concerned about. It might be a small leak into the bottom of the unit. I may return to Amazon soon, which would be preferable to paying for shipping to some address in Texas. Then I'd have to buy a replacement. I will get the same kettle and try again with it.

Beyond that problem, I'm quite happy with the kettle. It's a very simple design. Takes about 8-10 minutes to boil. I think it shuts off a little bit too soon. Since I'm slow pouring over a ceramic coffee dripper on my mug, I need it to be a pretty high temp, and it is only ok for that. The spout pours really great, a very controlled pour. I think it's overall decent quality.

EDIT: I returned the kettle and got the same one, which was better in water/condensation around the on/off switch. Since I now use a different dripper, the temperature seems fine. But 3 months later and the bottom surface inside the kettle is showing signs of rust. I tried cleaning it as though it was just mineral deposits, but I can see signs of rust, and this did not work. The bottom is closest to the hidden heating element, so that is probably the area that would rust first.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By D. Davis on March 15, 2012
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Well, I did a lot of hunting on the Web and wearing holes in my shoes looking in Brick & Mortar stores for a Kettle without plastic the water wouldn't touch.
Might not sound important to you but all plastic deteriorate and give off fumes (or whatever one calls it) into the drinking water. It was a devil to find a Kettle which didn't have some plastic being boiled by water. This Kettle is the only one I found.

Cons: A bit on the pricy side for the thickness of the steel. At my age I got spoiled with quality which is rare nowdays. And the little knob on top gets mighty hot to the touch. But as long as one is aware, just keep your hands off until the Kettle cools down. People tend to tip anything with the left fingers holding the lid on top of the pan/kettle/etc. when tipping -- just learn to do without that habit. The top won't fall off.
The Kettle rocks a bit on the base plate. But it won't tip, and it's no big thing. Just ignore it, so it won't spoil your great pleasure of owning this fantastic piece of Kitchenware.

Positives: No plastic to get into your body system. And brings water to a boil within 6 minutes.
After water boils, our water leaves a hard water residue on the bottom, my wife learned to pour a few drops of vinegar and wash away the hard water spots after every 3rd or 4th use.
That will keep your Kettle like brand new.

When looking at the picture above I thought it may have a retractable cord like my coffee maker does. No, the cord is not retractable but must be hand wound for storage, WHICH is just fine with me. That's one less thing that can brake down, as retractable springs tend to loose its tensile strength or even break.

The picture above also gives the impression that the Kettle is indented on top.
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