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  1. How less effective it would be? Can I get a good cup of coffee? Which pour-over method will be the most efficient with this type of kettle? Will it create too much problem for V60?
  2. Amazon link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Electric-Gooseneck-Variable-Stainless-Controller/dp/B075GJJWCN/ref=sr_1_2?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1517314193&sr=1-2&keywords=Doctor+Hetzner Price: £50 For a long time I've planned on purchasing the Stagg EKG. However I had to accept that this won't be available in the UK for a while. This kettle is my temporary fill-in whilst I wait for that. Likes: Overall size. With the controls on the handle, this allows the footprint/base to be smaller than the Bonavita and Brewista variable kettles. This does not sacrifice ergon
  3. Hello need to sell quite a few items due to upgrading and need space for new gear Hario gooseneck kettle - £30 Chemex 6 cup with papers - £30 Rattleware latte art jug £15 Motta tulip yellow £5 Motta 500ml £10 Ims comp basket £7 handmade dirossi tamper 58.45 £45 (slight dint, cosmetic)
  4. Just wondered if anyone has any experience, and thoughts on the Kalita kettle? I've heard mixed reviews, with some commenting on a poor build quality, bits falling off etc. Can anyone here shed some light?
  5. Hey guys, in case anyone was after a kettle for pour-over but didn't want to spend heaps - I have a Buono kettle in great condition, always been very well looked after. I'm moving it on as it no longer receives use since I have another. If interested I am based in South London,with a possibility to deliver locally. Ta!
  6. I've been thinking about getting a goose-neck kettle, however I'm not too sure whether a electric one or a stove-top one is better, any opinions on the matter and recommendations? Also how important is the in-built thermometer?
  7. As below, bought from HasBean in July 2018. It's a great gooseneck, but apparently, a kettle that fits the aesthetic of the kitchen is 'a thing', so it's been given the marching orders by my wife! https://www.hasbean.co.uk/products/bonavita-gooseneck £60 posted via RM 2nd class.
  8. Hi, ive been doing a lot of pour over recently. But the one thing that ive been thinking about is when people talk about the ideal water temperature being 93, 94 degrees or whatever. how is this kept constant over a 3/4min brew in the kettle? I’ve got a hario pourover kettle and it’s just thin single walled aluminium, which is going to lose heat pretty fast. So if I start my bloom at 93 degrees then it’s not going to stay at that temperature for the whole 3 min brew. So I was just wondering how people get around this? Are there insulated kettles that keep the temperature better? Or
  9. Bonavita 1.7L Digital Variable Temperature V Spout Kettle Used twice before deciding I'd stick with the one I've got. Has remaining Coffee Hit warranty (11 left months I believe). £40 inc delivery (£35 collected from Sheffield).
  10. Good morning all, I have a unused Osmio Zero RO water filter/kettle system in Black available (UK plug) I purchased this for my roast space after getting a white one for my house and getting on well with it. I tend to take a jug of water down to the roast space if i need it and have never actually used this black one, it still has the original set of filters with it that have not seen any water so are as new. The unit has been out the box and sat out of sunlight. The box is there with packing, i don't remember seeing a set of instructions in the box when i unpacked it but they
  11. Good afternoon, (my first post but as things are changing I'm going to leave introduction entry a couple of weeks) I'm trying to figure out best way to have boiling water available for serving tea (along with coffee of course). The aim is to deliver boiling water that has not been boiled before into a teapot in a reasonably efficient way that doesn't cost too much to put in place. I've ruled out Burco type water boilers, drawing water from coffee machine and using a kettle. We had a Quooker tap in our last house which could work but expensive to install and I'm aware of but no
  12. Bonavita has 1ltr capacity and rated at 1000 watts. Costs £85.00 at CoffeeHit Brewista has 1.2ltr capacity and rated at 1500 watts. Costs £85.00 at CoffeeHit but currently on offer at £60.00 delivered at CoffeeHit Both have several pre-set temps plus manual set. Both have auto temp lock which has to be re-set if kettle is removed from base and then replaced. Bonavita is supplied with a plastic cover to place over base and front dial giving a degree of protection from accidental water spillage. Lid on the Brewista can't be removed unlike the Bonavita which I don't like.
  13. Brewista have released a non-electric pouring kettle to their range. A selling point for this is the integrated thermometer nicely packaged in the lid. Looks quite smart. http://coffeehit.co.uk/brewista-smartpour-kettle-with-tempreture-gauge The price of £36 isn't too bad considering the Hario 1.2L kettle hovers around £28 often on amazon, although this is sometimes reduced.
  14. Long time no post. Hope you all are well. I am still an avid coffee lover just not online as much as i used to be! I have been looking for temp controlled kettle for a while but both the Brewista and Bonavita are still selling at nearly a £100. I remember they had a brief time where they were sold a little cheaper but it seems they have not come down in price since release. Aesthetically I also found them a bit bland, not much different than a normal kettle. Whereas things like the Hario Buono are quite striking and iconic. So in steps Diguo! Yes that famous brand you've never hear
  15. Hi guys, thank you for all the help in the past year. As I am leaving the country for at least a year, I am selling almost all my coffee stuff. I have a set of electric gooseneck kettle (Hario) and 6 cup Chemex with an almost full box of filters. They are gifts from my coffee supplier and have been rarely used as I usually brew from my Gaggia. Listing for the gooseneck will be up shortly but I prefer collection for the Chemex (glassware). Update on chemex, picture: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5WLjdguPcK7emFPUjFZM0YzTDA/view 30 quid self collect at CB3 0DG. open to suggestions
  16. Planning on asking Santa for a V60 and temperature controlled gooseneck kettle for the occasional pour over, 1-2 times a week. we don't own a kettle so would like to get something as small as possible that can be pulled quickly and easily out from the cupboard. are there any 0.5L kettles out there or is something like the 1L Bonavita the way to go? any other options to consider? Cheers Pho
  17. Light use with only volvic in there. Boxed with everything it arrived with and receipt for warranty cover (I think its 2 year cover, but if not there's a minimum 11 months remaining should it be 1 year). I've added the blurb about the kettle below. £82.50 inc P&P Brewista Smart Pour Digital 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 temperatu
  18. Hi all, I'm after getting a small brewed setup together and could do with some advice on a gooseneck kettle. I spotted this one on Amazon which looks quite neat. https://www.amazon.co.uk/TAMUME-Gooseneck-Kettle-Coating-Stainless/dp/B01M0GXP7L/ Obviously I'd heat the water in a kettle before transferring to this for the pour. Ideally I'd want something small like this to get out as and when I need it. What do you think? Does that one look any good? Any better ones out there?
  19. Hi I'm in the market for a drip kettle and not sure which one to go for. Narrowed it down to the buono, fino and the Brewista smartpour kettle with temp gauge. Anyone have any recommendations and best place to buy? Thanks Chris
  20. This is pretty much as new. £95 on coffeehit and Has Bean who don't even have stock. £65 posted. Advertised elsewhere.
  21. Selling 1.2 ltr non-electric pouring kettle. Used in good condition. Haven't got original box, in case that's important to you. Bought 28 April, replaced with an electric temp controlled one (significantly more expensive). They're going for £29-ish delivered new, I'm looking for £20 inc. delivery.
  22. Did anybody get a chance to look at the brewista kettle at LCF? Looks like they'll be cheaper on CoffeeHit and wondered whether to go for that or a bonavita?!
  23. We're getting some building work done and a new kitchen so started to pack away my coffee gear I could put the machine and grinder in our living room but space is a bit tight. I think I'll just run with brewed for the next 8 weeks or so and mainly use my hausgrind when it arrives. Don't really want anything glass sitting out so have the aeropress and v60 at the ready. What would be you're slimmed down set up if you didn't have the room?
  24. I've only just found out these existed.A kettle that allows you to dial in the temperature from 60º to 95º (and of course 100º). And it will keep it at that temperature. Seems perfect for cafétière, Aeropress and other filter methods. £55 from Amazon. Mine arrived this morning. A bit plasticky but it seems to work fine. I haven't had a chance to check its accuracy yet.
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