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Bonavita Electric Gooseneck Variable Temperature Kettle

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Regular Price: $104.99

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When it comes to crafting the perfect pour over, finding the perfect water kettle is a must. The Bonavita Electric Gooseneck Variable Temperature Kettle boils water at your ideal temperature and pours it right from its curved spout. The special design gives more control of the water flow and direction. It features a one-liter capacity and has six pre-set temperatures so you can heat water in a matter of minutes--or set your own custom temperature from 140°F and up.
Bonavita Electric Gooseneck Variable Temperature Kettle

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When it comes to crafting the perfect pour over, finding the perfect water kettle is a must. The Bonavita Electric Gooseneck Variable Temperature Kettle boils water at your ideal temperature and pours it right from its curved spout. The special design gives more control of the water flow and direction. It features a one-liter capacity and has six pre-set temperatures so you can heat water in a matter of minutes--or set your own custom temperature from 140°F and up.

Pros
  • Gooseneck Spout - The Bonavita Electric Pour Over Kettle features a goose-neck spout that's both elegant and great for pour over creations.
  • Pre-Set Temperatures - The Bonavita Variable Electric Kettle comes programmed wiht six pre-set temperatures making it easy to heat up your water at the ideal heat in a matter of minutes.
  • LED Display - The LED display has a water temperature readout making it easy for you to know when your water is ready for use.
Cons
  • None!
How Does it Compare?

We love the gooseneck spout that is specifically made for pour overs.

Model Number BV382510V
Product Weight (lbs.) 2.7500
Size 1 Liter
Material Stainless Steel
Manufacturer Bonavita

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Bonavita Electric Gooseneck Variable Temperature Kettle
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A shopper asked: How easy is it to clean, especially the spout? Jun 20, 2013
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Deb F: I have used the Bonavita Electric Gooseneck with variable temp kettle for eight months now and simply love it. Since only water is used in the kettle there is virtually no clean up. I use filtered water and I do not let water stand in it after use. I hold the temp at my preferred temperature until I have finished my tea then I dump it out and let it air dry. My daughter liked mine so much she ordered one also and she has not had any problems with her kettle or with clean up either and she is much harder on hers than I am on mine. The gooseneck controls the water beautifully so it is a perfect pour. If you happen to forget to turn it off it will automatically turn off so I never have to wonder if I did. I have tried several water kettles over the years and this one is the best - and easiest - by far. Jun 25, 2013
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Elizabeth F: I have only used water in the kettle so the spout has always remained clean. After I pour the last of the water into my chemex I dump out the remaining hot water immediately and leave the lid off so the remainder of the moisture evaporates out while the pot is still hot. I do not fill it in advance nor leave water sitting in the pot. I have used my Bonavita everyday if not twice a day for almost a year and have never needed to clean it. It has been an excellent purchase. :O) Jun 24, 2013
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Tony H: I have enjoyed the kettle for about three months and have not found any reason to clean it. I fill it with water only and empty it as soon as i complete the pour over. I leave the top off so the rest of the water can evaporate. So far, it's very clean. At some point I may let some vinegar sit in it for a few minutes to release calcium build up. But so far, no need. I love this Kettle! Jun 25, 2013
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Lorna V: It's been fine with me. I only use it for hot water . So I just make sure after use I rinse it properly and it's dry. When I use detergent, I would pour it out and then use hot water to rinse.. then dry.

If you feel you need to clean the inside of the spout, you probably can buy a long thin bristle somewhere. You probably would have to search for it online.
Jun 24, 2013
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Michael B: Being stainless steel, it's really easy to care for; just wipe it down and it's good as new. The inside would be harder to clean, due to the small opening at the top; but if you are just using this to heat water as it is intended, the worst you should encounter inside is lime buildup which would be easily fixed with a little descaler. Jun 24, 2013
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Tom L: When I'm finished with making hot water for coffee or tea I rinse it out with warm water and flush the spout and then drain it completely and let it sit with lid off until it dries out. Never had to do more than that and it stays clean.
Great kettle by the way, especially if you make tea or use a Chemex to make coffee.
Jun 24, 2013
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Colman S: Since this is only heating water there really isn't anything to clean. I typically measure the amount of water that I will need & heat it. Upon pouring the water over tea or coffee, I remove the cover and pour & shake out the excess water. I leave the lid off and let it air dry. Jun 24, 2013
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Michael G: I've had mine under pretty heavy use at an office for 6 months, and we haven't needed to clean it. You could definitely get your hand in the body with a sponge, but for the spout you'd need a pipe cleaner or narrow bottle cleaner (the wire thing with a brush at the end). Jun 24, 2013
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Janet H: I use mine strictly for hot water. The outside is very easy to keep clean. you can always use stainless steel cleaner for the outside. I wipe down the base with a damp cloth. Running boiling water through the spout should take care of any pesky germs. Jun 25, 2013
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Gene P: Hmm. I don't want to sound like a slob, but I haven't seen the need top clean it! I generally set it to near boiling, using purified water, so I think the spout gets 'clean' with use. About the only cleaning I do is dusting off the exterior! Jun 24, 2013
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Fred P: It is easy to clean the outside with Windex and paper towel. The outside looks new. I have not had to clean the inside. Just a very small amount of scale has built up since I purchased it and I use it everyday. Jun 29, 2013
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Cara D: We have had ours for six months and have not needed to clean it. We only used water in it and have not had any mineral build up. Jun 30, 2013
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Deborah E: We use R/O filtered water, so there's no need to clean it. But we LOVE this kettle! Jun 24, 2013
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Susan G: I only use it for heating water, so it has not needed any cleaning. Jun 24, 2013
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Kathryn D asked: What is the temperature guage inside the kettle made of? Are there any plastic parts or surfaces inside the kettle? Apr 23, 2014
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Colman S: There is a metal sensor rod in the bottom of the kettle thru a rubber grommet. No plastic inside. One of my concerns as well. I do remember reading some reviews stating rust at the bottom. That hasn't been my experience. I probably use the pot differently than most people.
I usually pour in 12 oz. of water for myself. There always seems to be more. I leave the lid off. Let it air dry. I always shake out the pot of excess water and let it air dry. No problems. There are some "spots" at the bottom after the first use. Can't remember if the bottom was, originally, nice and shiny like the outside.
Hope this helps. I mainly drink coffee but when I want tea, I use this pot. I've used for heating water to a specific temperature for yeast.
Apr 24, 2014
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Dane C: The temperature gauge is a metal pin on the handle side of the kettle. It has a small rubber washer around the bottom. The top of the plastic handle is inside the kettle, but it is above the max fill line, so it should never be in contact with water.

Outside of that, I see no other plastic parts inside the kettle. I've used this kettle several times a day for the last 8 months without any complaints.
Apr 24, 2014
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Dan G: The temp probe is metal, but there looks to be a rubber gasket that holds it into place and keep in from touching the metal casing as to get a true temperature reading. The most plastic is up top here the handle goes through and is attached the the kettle. If you do not fill it up all the way, it does not touch the water, but the condensation created does and it would drip down into the water inside the kettle. Apr 25, 2014
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Tony H: I'm far from an expert on how this marvelous device is made. There is some black material inside the pot which I would guess is Bakelite. It's a small part of the interior and may house a temperature gauge. Having used it for over a year I can report no problems at all and no taste from the kettle. It also pours nicely and I use it for pour over coffee every day. Apr 24, 2014
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Bela K: The temperate gauge is metal. It has a small silicone ring around the base of the gauge. The only plastic piece inside is the part that holds the handle to the body of the kettle with 2 metal screws. However, this piece is above the "Max Fill" line of the kettle. Apr 26, 2014
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Gene P: The temperature 'gauge' is a small metal protrusion in the bottom of the kettle. It is surrounded by a washer that looks to be heat resistant plastic. Other than that washer, everything inside is stainless. Apr 24, 2014
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Michael G: As far as I can tell, it reads the temperature via magic; the inside bottom surface is completely flat metal. Apr 24, 2014
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James H: The interior is entirely stainless steel. Apr 27, 2014
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Norman M: Its a metal thermo-couple. No plastic Apr 24, 2014
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Andrew N asked: Is this adaptable for 220 voltage? Aug 1, 2014
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Teri KStaff: No, this Bonavita is 120 volts. Aug 1, 2014
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Jane P asked: Where is this kettle manufactured? Mar 12, 2014
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Teri KStaff: This Bonavita Electric Gooseneck Variable Temperature Kettle is manufactured in China. Mar 12, 2014
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George asked: Does this kettle have an auto-shut-off feature - ie, once it hits the desired temperature, does it shut itself off (unless the "hold" feature is used)? Thanks so much. Dec 15, 2013
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Teri KStaff: The Bonavita Electric Gooseneck Kettle heats to the desire temperature and then does stop heating, but will either continue to show the temperature reading on the display as it loses heat, or hold that set temperature if you press the hold button. The kettle will completely turn off (even using the hold button) after one hour. Hope this helps! It's a great kettle! Dec 16, 2013
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Deb L asked: Is the base for the gooseneck kettle interchangeable with the regular kettle. Can the regular kettle be bought without the base If it is interchangeable? Oct 27, 2013
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Teri KStaff: Unfortunately the Bonavita Electric Gooseneck and the Regular Electric Kettle have different bottoms and therefore the two kettles are not interchangeable. We only sell these kettles as whole units and not as separate bases and kettles. Oct 28, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can you plug this into a timer so when the timer turns the power on the kettle will turn on? The reason I ask is I would like to have it come on before I get up and thus be up to temperature ready to pour. Oct 12, 2013
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Teri KStaff: Unfortunately no, the digital display on this Bonavita Variable Temperature Kettle does not allow you to set it up on a timer to start heating automatically. It is pretty quick to heat up though, so you won't have a long wait, and also offers a Temperature Hold button that you can press to keep the water hot after it has reached your set temperature. Oct 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi: Does this kettle plug in or is it cordless? Thanks. Margeaux Oct 9, 2013
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Teri KStaff: This Bonavita Electric Kettle sits on a base unit that plugs in, while the kettle itself is removable and cordless for pouring. The bottom/underside of the kettle is insulated plastic and therefore safe to sit on your counter. Oct 10, 2013
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Sam W. asked: I have read that some people claim theirs have rusted. Do I need to empty and dry it after every use, or can I leave the leftover water in it? Is it rare that this should rust? Jun 4, 2013
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Teri KStaff: I use my Bonavita Electric Gooseneck Variable Temperature Kettle at home everyday and never dry it out completely. None of ours in the show room have had an issue with rust either, so I think it is safe to say it is a rare occurrence! Jun 5, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this product have any plastic in it that contains BPA? Apr 25, 2013
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Teri KStaff: The Bonavita coffee makers specify that they are BPA free, however they do not specify that this kettle is BPA free on their website. It is the case, however, that there are no plastic pieces that will come into contact with the water. Apr 26, 2013
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Warranty Information for the Bonavita Electric Gooseneck Variable Temperature Kettle

What it Covers:

Coffee makers, Kettles, Scales & Pour over stands 

Length:

- 1 Year (Kettles, Scales & Pour over stands)

- 2 Years (Coffee makers)

Who Supports the Warranty: Bonavita
Warranty Contact Information: 855-664-1252 or email at info@bonavitaworld.com
Notes: Warranty covers manufacturer defects only. Carafes are not covered, unless they arrive with cracks or defects.
Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty? No

Caring for the Bonavita Electric Gooseneck Variable Temperature Kettle

  • Rinse with warm water after each use.

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Absolutely Perfect!!!

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I use this kettle for "pour over" and I really can't imagine a better design for this type of brewing technique. It is particularly well suited for the "pulse" technique that Katie Carguilo (award winning barista at counter culture) teaches and keeps the water at the perfect temperature between "pulses".

(Posted on 8/13/14)

great buy

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It works well. I can't compare it to another kettle because this is the only one I've ever owned. If you make pour over coffee, this is a must have.

(Posted on 3/23/14)

This may replace my stove kettle.

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The sale price on this item is the main reason I decided to purchase it. The speed to boiling is great but it is noisy. I definitely know when it is on. I do like the hold temperature feature. So far it lives up to the hype and like I said, I may never use my kettle on the stove again. The Bonavita is faster, hotter and pours out without splashing around. Very pleased.

(Posted on 3/21/14)

great pour over

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excellent convenience of temperature control and gooseneck design for precise pouring

(Posted on 3/1/14)

LOVE IT!

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This tea maker is precise and wonderful! Seattlecoffeegear describes This Bonavita Electronic Tea kettle very well. It's so easy to use!

(Posted on 11/22/13)

Excellent temperature control

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Vey happy with this kettle. Heats water fast and has accurate temp settings. Now I can brew my favorite teas taking a lot of the guess work out on the correct temperature.

(Posted on 8/8/13)

I'm getting attached

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So this does the job and has just the right amount of functionality without being overkill. I loved the look of the Hario stovetop but wanted something temperature precise and this petite beauty captured my heart. I only gave it 3 stars for price because I think all of this type of equipment is overpriced for what they do, but within the market, it is a good value.

(Posted on 3/3/13)

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