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Aroma Housewares Hot H20 X-Press 1.5 Liter (6-Cup) Cordless Electric Water Kettle, Stainless Steel
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- Generous 6-cup/1.5-liter capacity
- Boils water at a cup-a-minute speed
- Cordless pouring for easy serving
- Automatically switches off when water boils
- Easy-to-use, one-touch operation
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From the manufacturer
An Everyday Hot Drinks Maker.
It comes with..
- Removable spout filter
- Water-level indicator
Save water, save the planet
Only boils enough amount of water you need.
Aroma Hot H20 X-Press 1.5 Liter (6-Cup) Cordless Electric Water Kettle, Stainless Steel
The Hot H20 X-Press from Aroma provides boiling water in a matter of minutes. The 1-1/2-liter capacity is ideal for a variety of uses--hot tea, soups, instant coffees, oatmeal, hot chocolate, noodles, baby formula and more.
Once water reaches a boil, the kettle will automatically shut off and lifts off its base for easy, cord-free pouring. The beautiful polished stainless steel finish looks great whether serving or simply sitting on the counter.
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Experience the best way to boil with the Aroma Hot H20 X-Press; Liter (6-Cup) Stainless Steel Electric Water Kettle! Soothing tea. Hearty oatmeal. Nourishing noodles. At the press of a switch, you'll have boiled water for all this and so much more at a blazing, cup-a-minute speed. Once a boil is reached, the kettle automatically shuts off - so there's no more hovering over the stove or worrying about a forgotten pot boiling over. Easily serve and share favorite beverages with convenient cordless pouring. And the polished stainless steel finish always looks great, whether serving or simply sitting on the counter.
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The gauge is hard to read because of the stupid location under the handle and you often have to rock it a few times to see where the water actually is because water clings to it so bad that the water level appears to be the highest point the gauge got wet. The black numbering wore off quickly from just a few times of my knuckles coming in contact with it.
I bought it because I had good experience with prior Aroma products but it looks like now that they have established a good name for themselves, they are beginning to produce junk.
The first two were bought years ago and were of much higher quality than the latest. Both are still being used after 3-4 years of use. Mine has developed a slight leak, but I am still able to use it as long as I don't leave water in for long periods of time.
The newest one came in and I was a little surprised at the changes to the model. This one has a metal colinder-style behind the spout instead of the mesh protector from the older version. I'm not sure which I prefer, but both work fine. I do notice that the newer one is a lighter material (in terms of weight and strength), but I haven't experienced any adverse effects as a result.
Even with the changes from the first ones I bought, I still love this model. I will probably buy another in the future. I highly recommend it.
We bought one of these for our home and liked it so much I got another for my office. It is a quick safe way to boil water. It works much better than our teapot on our conventional stove and you can leave the room without worry about all the water boiling out and a possible fire.
It is so efficient that we often use it to heat up water before putting it in a pan on the stove. It is much faster. When we are making pasta we will put a small amount of water in a large pan and fill the teapot. The water in the pot is boiling before the water on the stove. The pot is light, even when full, and has no aftertaste like I have read some of the plastic ones do.
HOWEVER, we had owned our home pot for less than six months when the 'on' switch broke off. The pot was still usable, but you have to reach in and activate it with a fingernail. It was under limited warranty, but that involved mailing it to San Diego at our own cost and sending them a check for $8 to have it returned. Including the time and materials to package it up and then drive to the post office and have it gone for 2-4 weeks wasn't worth the effort.
I have concluded we just got a lemon. Because this happened and the warranty policy was so cumbersome, I originally gave this 3 stars. But our other one is working fine and the broken piece has turned out to be a small inconvenience, so I have revised my rating to 4.6, rounding up to 5.
After nearly 4.5 years of use, there's no corrosion at the seams (or anywhere else for that matter) and the welds have held up quite nicely.
As others have noted, this kettle is quick to heat water to a rolling boil. Running side-by-side trials with a gas stove, this electric kettle wins every time -- it's not even close. Perfect for a cup of tea, or when you forgot to start a pot of water for pasta, or potatoes/vegetables.
I'm not a plastic-phobe, but for those who care, there are two internal parts that have plastic: one is a small grommet that connects to a plastic windowed level (most likely a single piece of plastic) that shows you how full the tank is... the other is a plastic clip retainer that holds a mesh metal filter screen just inside the spout. The former sits near the bottom of the kettle, where the lower end of the handle connects, while the latter site above the water line. In any case, there's no discernible taste.