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Rosewill Inc. via Amazon [amazon.com] has 1.7L Rosewill 1500W Stainless Steel Double Wall Vacuum Insulated Electric Kettle (RHKT-17001) for $27.99 with coupon code. Shipping is free

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I suggest this unit instead for nearly the same price ($29.99):

Secura SWK-1701DB

The Original Stainless Steel Double Wall Electric Water Kettle 1.8 Quart

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B011BE7...OAbQHMN47T
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This is vacuum insulated... It'll keep it hot for hours. Doubt you have something similar. Probably just a regular percolator/ water boiler.
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I have researched several electric kettles and most of the ones I've tried are either plastic or stainless steel but rust (or discoloration) on the bottom after several use, such as the ones sold at Costco. This one appears to have good reviews and are neither of the 2 issues above, which is why I bought it. I also have one of those Tiger or Zojirushi water heaters that just sits there where you put your cup underneath and press the button to dispense and I highly recommend those if you're at home, but I bought this so I can use in the office at work.

Here's my experience after 2 months of using it:
1. Non-plastic inside and no rust/discoloration. The spout is plastic but it's not in contact w/ the water long-term.
2. Heats up water very fast and keeps it hot for awhile. At the end of the workday the water was still hot, but it depends on how much water you keep in it, similar to how Thermos work.
3. Bigger than I would want and can get heavy when full.
4. Noise level is louder than I'd expect especially in a quiet office environment, due to rapid boiling bubbles in the kettle.
5. Cap has a lock/unlock for water to come out. When cap is on, pouring water out is slow. So usually I just take off the lid to pour.
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How is this a good price? Got insignia kettle for $8.99. Need to replace that now. Looking in the market and most nominal kettles are at this price range regularly.
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How is this a good price? Got insignia kettle for $8.99. Need to replace that now. Looking in the market and most nominal kettles are at this price range regularly.
This is vacuum insulated... It'll keep it hot for hours. Doubt you have something similar. Probably just a regular percolator/ water boiler.
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This is vacuum insulated... It'll keep it hot for hours. Doubt you have something similar. Probably just a regular percolator/ water boiler.
Ah I get it. Wouldn't gunk collect on the inner side of the top lid? Wondering if I should try vacuum insulated versions, but I can't seem to think they'd be better than the percolators.
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The cheap kettles will have plastic inserts (and taste like plastic) or have single-layer insulation.
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How is this a good price? Got insignia kettle for $8.99. Need to replace that now. Looking in the market and most nominal kettles are at this price range regularly.
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I've seen some complaints on the Amazon reviews about the top being very annoying to deal with (have to take it off completely to fill, instead of filling up through the spout, and difficult to put back on). Some people also say with the height of the kettle and how the handle is oriented, it's difficult to hold.

On the fence about this one, but I can definitely appreciate the isolation.
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I suggest this unit instead for nearly the same price ($29.99):

Secura SWK-1701DB

The Original Stainless Steel Double Wall Electric Water Kettle 1.8 Quart

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B011BE7...OAbQHMN47T
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Looks ok, do you own one? What's good about it?
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I suggest this unit instead for nearly the same price ($29.99):

Secura SWK-1701DB

The Original Stainless Steel Double Wall Electric Water Kettle 1.8 Quart

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B011BE7...OAbQHMN47T
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ok is it me or are the comments on the amazon webpage for a toaster oven?
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Had this for 5 months and use it 4 days a week. Works great. Easy to use
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Looks ok, do you own one? What's good about it?
I owe one.

What good is already in the Amazon site. Basically your water never touch any plastic, which is guarantee the aftertaste.

Also it's double wall insulation too, so keep your water hot for a while. It will come pretty convenience when you boiled the water when doing something else and do not worry about its temperature if you let it out in a while. I do it all the time when I took a shower or clean up stuffs. It still is boiling water after finish around 20'

Some other convenience is the one touch lid and cool-touch outside. One thing I hate is that it's pretty big, I wish it had a smaller version with a small capacity.
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Thanks! I'm looking for that
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I've seen some complaints on the Amazon reviews about the top being very annoying to deal with (have to take it off completely to fill, instead of filling up through the spout, and difficult to put back on). Some people also say with the height of the kettle and how the handle is oriented, it's difficult to hold.

On the fence about this one, but I can definitely appreciate the isolation.

I own this and the handle is.. Well I mean it's a handle, seems normal to me. The lid is very easy to put on and off. There's a locking mechanism that you need to pinch but that literally takes to fingers. So yea definitely not hard to do or annoying.

I feel like it boils longer than it has to though before it shut itself off, I don't know if that's normal since it's the first induction kettle I bought.

Not much to say about this thing. It's a bit heavy I guess. I like that there's a place to wind the chord underneath it so it's not just dangling when you store it
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I have a chefs choice insulated kettle. Definitely recommend an insulated kettle as the water is so much quicker to re-boil through the day if you use it regularly.

The thing I like about my insulated one is the lid locks/seals... which makes it more kid safe. I.e. I can tip my kettle upside down and it's so well sealed that a tiny dribble comes out rather than boiling water pouring all over your kid if they were to grab it. Would probably hurt and could still burn but not be anywhere near the experience of a regular kettle. I suspect this may be similar, but perhaps worth asking or seeing if in the questions.
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