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Cuisinart CPK-17 PerfecTemp 1.7-Liter Stainless Steel Cordless Electric Kettle $64.99 + FS @ Amazon

TheOnePL 42 December 13, 2012 at 03:27 PM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by TheOnePL December 13, 2012 at 03:46 PM
Cuisinart CPK-17 PerfecTemp 1.7-Liter Stainless Steel Cordless Electric Kettle
is showing $64.99 with FS @ Amazon

Usual price 89.99
The lowest I have ever seen it at was 79.99.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...PDKIKX0DER

1.7-liter capacity
6 preset temperatures
One-touch controls with blue LED indicators
30-minute Keep Warm option
Memory feature allows kettle to be lifted off base for 2 minutes without shutting off or losing its place in the brewing process
1500 watts for fast heat-up
Blue backlit water window
360° swivel cordless connector
Stay-cool nonslip handle
Concealed heating element to prevent mineral buildup
Removable/cleanable scale filter
Auto shutoff and boil dry protection
Limited 3-year warranty
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#2
NIce, those tea settings are handy.
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#3
if I had money I'd be in for 1
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#4
good find! Been waiting for it to come down, thanks for spotting! in 4 one and repped! thanks, OP!
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#5
I feel like those different temperature settings make no difference in making tea. $65 for an electric kettle is ridiculous.
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Quote from z32tt View Post :
I feel like those different temperature settings make no difference in making tea. $65 for an electric kettle is ridiculous.
I'm all for paying alot of money for things, but I can honestly say I don't understand why these are so expensive? Even if it does have temperature settings, so what? Normally $90!!!
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#7
Great price...got this back in May and it gets 20oz to 200 degrees in about 90 seconds.
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#8
BAD KITTY ! I mean Kettle...


failure rates are high.
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#9
TY OP!. Got 1. Repped! Going to return a different model that I got from bed bath for $50 thats been acting up.
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#10
Good price! I own this kettle for more than a year and love it. Aside from all the temperature settings which do mean a lot to me for loose tea making, it heats water up really fast.
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#11
Nice deal!, I think I would have one,
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#12
expensive device to heat up water for tea.
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#13
Great price on this. Wife uses it every morning (for the last 2 years) to get the right water temp to steep her loose leaf green tea. Buydig had it for $79 shipped on Black Friday (which I bought), but this is the lowest I've seen from a reputable retailer.
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#14
Cordless? It's 110V and a cord is showing in one of the pictures. Apparently it lifts off of the corded base.
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Quote from madmatt151 View Post :
I'm all for paying alot of money for things, but I can honestly say I don't understand why these are so expensive? Even if it does have temperature settings, so what? Normally $90!!!
It saves people time and effort. If the price is too high you can always get one in plastic or simply use a pan on the stove with a thermometer.(if you have a gas stove this is actually a reasonable option, electric not so much) You could also buy one without settings and use the estimate method of water temps. Let cool 10-20 seconds after boiling reached to be close to 200. Three minutes for green tea high temps(160-170) ...five minutes for green tea low temps.(140ish) I do find that making hot beverages with the right temps does help improve the flavor.

Now by having the settings for temps below boiling you are saving time and money/energy. Green tea water ready in 90 seconds versus about 7 minutes. That is even before comparing it to the savings of making drinks at home compared to going out and buying it somewhere else.

If the unit prevents you from buying X drinks somewhere else or for every twenty green tea boils you save one hour of wages. The units quickly pay for themselves. If you are a tea drinker, especially green or herbal they newer units with variable temp settings seem like a great bargain.
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