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Buying Guide: This sleek electric kettle combines aesthetics and precision
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Buying Guide: This sleek electric kettle combines aesthetics and precision



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Coffee and tea enthusiasts know that the perfect brew is an elusive thing, but is satisfying enough to justify the pursuit. This electric pour over kettle is precision engineered, super sleek, and unabashedly designed for the self-described coffee snob. Here’s what puts it a cut above the rest:

Professional Level Brewing

The Stagg EKG kettle from fellow is loved by competitive baristas and amateurs alike for the completely customizable options. Choose any temperature ranging from 135 to 212 degrees for that perfect rich but never-bitter cup of coffee or delicate floral tea. An LED screen displays the temperature as the 1200 watt element quickly heats the water, and the built in brew stopwatch allows you to time your extraction. There’s also a 60 minute hold temperature option for that second cup of the day.

Beautiful Aesthetics

You’ll never want to take this electric kettle off your kitchen counter. The kettle’s classic design comes in matte white, matte black, polished silver, or copper. The modern and minimal aesthetic fits into any kitchen.

Why Customers Love It

Coffee and tea enthusiasts are raving about this electric kettle on Amazon giving it an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars. Tea lovers who were dedicated to preserving delicate leaves with the perfect temperature water loved how easy it was to control temperature down to the degree. Coffee lovers found themselves making better, smoother pour overs using the brew stopwatch.

Fellow Stagg EKG Electric Pour Over Kettle available from Amazon 


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