Brewista SmartPour Variable Temperature Gooseneck Kettle – 1.2L

The all new Brewista Smart Brew Kettle is the next generation kettle you have been waiting for. If you brew coffee or tea then is the must have kettle. Its list of features is impressive: Features: Auto start function Displays kettle temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius Displays actual Water Temperature in Kettle even after power off Allows user to set and hold water temperature for up to one hour Preset temperatures for the most popular hot beverages Easy Grip handle for excellent pour control Brushed Stainless finish 1500W Cord Storage wrap in Base Retains last temperature settings when power off or unplugged. Like to have a coffee in the morning? Set the kettle to come on at say 6am and your water will be at temperature and ready to brew.

Product Features

  • Auto start timer function
  • Displays actual Water Temperature in Kettle even after power off
  • Allows user to set and hold any water temperature for up to one hour
  • Easy Grip handle for excellent pour control
  • Retains last temperature settings when power off or unplugged.

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3 Responses to Brewista SmartPour Variable Temperature Gooseneck Kettle – 1.2L

  1. The Systemic Kid says:

    Good But Not Perfect Ideal for brewing coffee via pour over methods such as Chemex and Hario V60 where it’s important to be able to control the flow. The Brewista is new to the market and a direct competitor to the Bonavista which has been around for quite a while. The Brewista has a few extra features. It has a built in clock so it’s possible to set it to come on at a preset time. It also has a timer function you can use to time your pours. The Brewista has a slightly bigger capacity than the Bonavita – 1.2ltr…

  2. Natalia Andreeva says:

    Terrible product even worse cuatomer service

  3. ijw says:

    A must have for serious coffee buffs This is one of the best accessories for brewing what I like to call “proper” coffee. I use an AeroPress, itself a marvel every coffee lover should try, you won’t go back to your old method.Back to the kettle, I read online reviews, watched YouTube videos etc and held back from buying because, in its first version, this kettle had a silly button-press-on-the-lid method of opening. I can only assume that the company had bad feedback because they switched very quickly to the pull-off…

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