Braun WK600 Impressions 7-Cup Electric Kettle, Brushed Stainless Steel
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- 7-cup electric kettle made of brushed stainless steel
- Easy filling through large spout with lime scale filter
- Covered stainless-steel hotplate for quick and even boiling
- Drip-free pouring; open handle; easy to clean and operate
- Measures 9-2/3 by 7-5/6 by 12-7/8 inches
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The Impressions Water Kettle has a 360° pivotal connection so the jug can be placed on the base from all sides, which makes it easy to use for right- and left handers alike.
From the Manufacturer
The Braun WK600 Impressions seven-cup electric kettle, made of brushed stainless steel, is extremely simple and convenient to operate. Both switches are within easy reach--switching "on/off" or to open the lid. There are also several important safety features. For added convenience, the kettle can easily be filled directly from the tap through the large spout. The integrated and removable filter holds back lime scale from being poured into your cup. A covered stainless-steel hotplate provides quick and even boiling, which makes this kettle great for boiling small amounts of water as well. Serving is easy with the open handle and drip-free pouring. This kettle is easy to clean, easy to operate, and measures only 9-2/3 by 7-5/6 by 12-7/8 inches.
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--It actually looks better than the pictures make you think.
--It's bigger/taller than the pictures make you think.
--It's surprisingly heavier than you might expect.
--It gets very hot. This should come as no surprise since it is metal. I wouldn't get this if kids can get to it easily. While we know a pan is hot on a stove, the kettle stays hot after use so one might forget it's hot.
--There is a dishwashable filter near the spout. The instructions say it might take longer for it to auto shut-off if the filter is removed. So I leave it in there even though I use bottled water and have no need for the filter.
--The measurements on it are accurate and easy to read.
--It shuts off if you lift it, if water boils, if there is no water, and if the lid is opened. I like this, I would once in a while forget to turn off an older kettle and it stayed on. Not with the Braun though (because just lifting it off the base turns it off!).
--The spout is nice and feels/performs professional/ly.
--Unlike another reviewer, I have no problem opening it even if it's hot right after use. Pushing the open butten opens it part way. Using your finger to open it all the way is not that hard then (Even though I really have no reason to open it).
This is my first electric tea kettle ever. I purchased it here on amazon in Summer 2006, since then it has worked flawlessly every single day!
I use it 3+ times a day: for oatmeal and tea in the morning, for tea in the afternoon, and tincture or tea at night. Yup, I love teas. :) The kettle is german made, shuts off automatically, I rarely clean it, and the only time you need or want to clean it is when it starts to make noise when heating the water -meaning that water residue has built up on the bottom -sort looking like whitish sand.
TO clean, I pour approximately 1/4 of a glass of white vinegar and 1/2 cup of water in it, let it sit, boil it, let it sit, and rinse and boil with regular water and dump it, then I make tea.
You want to place it near an AC outlet since the cord is very short like 1.5 feet. I never use the see through gauge because I never put more than 20oz to boil for my teas/oatmeal.
Stainless steel means no BPA, no plastic smell, peace of mind.
I highly recommend this kettle to anyone, 4+ years and counting. I also have electric shaver from Braun, and it worked for 5 years until I wore off the screen, then I just bought same model for back up with a new screen -this is how much I like it :)
The design is great, for instance that the base is not directional and stores extra cord. Only the water level display is not exactly easy to read, but I have yet to see a kettle where this is easy.
Now the downside: A few days ago it started leaking, less than 3 years old. I looked into it: One of the level displays developed a crack. Doubting I can find replacement parts I thought I just buy a new one. On December 13th 2006 I paid $52.88 on Amazon. How was I shocked to see it is now selling for $200! How can that be? I knew it was a great deal back then, but $200? I would not have bought a kettle for that back then and won't now. Luckily, by googling I found a replacement kettle (without base) for $60 (+$10 shipping and tax). The base can be bought for $25, so you still should be able to get this great kettle for app. $100!