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Costco Members: Fellow Stagg EKG Pour-Over Kettle (Black) EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for its Members: Fellow Stagg EKG Pour-Over Kettle (Black) for $99.99. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Variable Temperature Control from 135°F to 212°F
  • Hold Option for Up to 60 Minutes
  • Built-In Brew Stopwatch to Time Extraction
  • Precision-Pour Spout and Counterbalanced-Handle
  • LCD Screen
  • 0.9 L capacity

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Fellow Stagg EKG Pour-Over Kettle - Black for $99.99 with $20 coupon with free shipping, valid from 9/13/21 through 9/17/21

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This is only "good enough" if you don't care about the temperature of your water. If you're brewing coffee at home you should get a gooseneck kettle that has a configurable temperature instead of just boil. Same goes for tea.

Usually lighter roast coffees can and should be brewed with near boiling water (212F) and dark roasts should be around like 186F.
I actually had this and decided to return it to WestElm. After multiple reviews in YouTube, I'll stick to my Bonavita variable temp kettle. This kettle is designed for pour over so that you have control of flow but if you want to make tea or pour hot water out of it regularly, it gets tiring as the flow is very limited.
Also if you pour more than say two cups, you would really feel how time passes by and requires gym visits to perform this act 😉

West elm had it for 90 something last month.
Great deal if you're in the market for one. They're expensive, limited in use cases because of the extremely slow flow, and some people report they don't last.

But they look extremely fancy, they work amazingly well for its use case(pourover coffee), and they'll make you feel cool.

I'll probably get one myself!

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Great deal if you're in the market for one. They're expensive, limited in use cases because of the extremely slow flow, and some people report they don't last.

But they look extremely fancy, they work amazingly well for its use case(pourover coffee), and they'll make you feel cool.

I'll probably get one myself!
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Very good deal - thanks for sharing! These typically retail for $150 from other retailers. Heats up very fast and as Brightcatfish826 said, they're "fancy". Smilie
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Do you guys use tap water? I've had multiple boil orders near me so I can't trust the water.
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Do you guys use tap water? I've had multiple boil orders near me so I can't trust the water.
I use Pur plus filters. I too have had a boil order recently.
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Do you guys use tap water? I've had multiple boil orders near me so I can't trust the water.
You have to filter the water before boiling.
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I use Pur plus filters. I too have had a boil order recently.
Quote from slicklore :
You have to filter the water before boiling.
Water is drinkable from the tap afterwards? even during boil order?
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https://www.target.com/p/pur-plus...lsrc=aw.ds


something like this?
no. that is not sufficient for a Boil Water Advisory. It only cleans some containment but nothing biological.

Just boil the water when that happens.

After the advisory is over, just run some water for a little bit. Like take a shower. Then it'll be fine.
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Bought it in April 2020 for $119 through Fellow.. I think this might be the lowest price ever. Haven't seen it go lower for this.
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no. that is not sufficient for a Boil Water Advisory. It only cleans some containment but nothing biological.

Just boil the water when that happens.

After the advisory is over, just run some water for a little bit. Like take a shower. Then it'll be fine.
Ok, thanks.


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Bought it in April 2020 for $119 through Fellow.. I think this might be the lowest price ever. Haven't seen it go lower for this.
I have this Bodum. Didn't even open it yet, wonder how it works.

https://www.bodum.com/us/en/11883-57us-melior
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When I say "get the EKG!", now I'm going to have people running back to me with a kettle? Great
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Ok, thanks.




I have this Bodum. Didn't even open it yet, wonder how it works.

https://www.bodum.com/us/en/11883-57us-melior
This is only "good enough" if you don't care about the temperature of your water. If you're brewing coffee at home you should get a gooseneck kettle that has a configurable temperature instead of just boil. Same goes for tea.

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I actually had this and decided to return it to WestElm. After multiple reviews in YouTube, I'll stick to my Bonavita variable temp kettle. This kettle is designed for pour over so that you have control of flow but if you want to make tea or pour hot water out of it regularly, it gets tiring as the flow is very limited.
Also if you pour more than say two cups, you would really feel how time passes by and requires gym visits to perform this act 😉

West elm had it for 90 something last month.
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