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It really depends on what you plan on using it for. If you're looking to do some specialty coffee brewing (V60, Chemex, Etc) you'll want the gooseneck. If you just want something to make water hot, get either. The gooseneck is just for having a good amount of control over the water stream while pouring which is essential in making good pour over coffees.
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Thanks! This will make it much easier for me to consume 3000% of my daily sodium via instant ramen.
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I've been in the market for an electric kettle for quite awhile now. Used saucepan on electric stovetop most of my life, lol. Can anyone tell me if this is a good purchase or not?
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This one is $15 at Costco right now. All stainless except for the water level indicator. (Couldn't find a costco link so it's a 3rd party seller link from amazon.)
Hamilton Beach Electric Kettle - Stainless Steel 40995 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008J8M...FybTZCHA4X
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This one is $15 at Costco right now. All stainless except for the water level indicator. (Couldn't find a costco link so it's a 3rd party seller link from amazon.)
Hamilton Beach Electric Kettle - Stainless Steel 40995 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008J8M...FybTZCHA4X
These aren't the same things. A gooseneck kettle vs a standard electric kettle with a pitcher spout. Also, different brands entirely.
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Is the gooseneck better than the pitcher spout?
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Is the gooseneck better than the pitcher spout?
It really depends on what you plan on using it for. If you're looking to do some specialty coffee brewing (V60, Chemex, Etc) you'll want the gooseneck. If you just want something to make water hot, get either. The gooseneck is just for having a good amount of control over the water stream while pouring which is essential in making good pour over coffees.
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It really depends on what you plan on using it for. If you're looking to do some specialty coffee brewing (V60, Chemex, Etc) you'll want the gooseneck. If you just want something to make water hot, get either. The gooseneck is just for having a good amount of control over the water stream while pouring which is essential in making good pour over coffees.
Thanks. I just want to use it to make tea and French press coffee and wanted to know whether the gooseneck would actually make pouring more difficult.
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Fakespot gives it a B, which I would say is good enough! In for one!
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It really depends on what you plan on using it for. If you're looking to do some specialty coffee brewing (V60, Chemex, Etc) you'll want the gooseneck. If you just want something to make water hot, get either. The gooseneck is just for having a good amount of control over the water stream while pouring which is essential in making good pour over coffees.
I have a gooseneck and have been trying to make good pour over coffee for days now... I follow instructions, let the coffee "bloom", use concentric circles, I weigh both the coffee and the water

using a Melitta ceramic with the brown paper filters

I may have to switch to aerobie press, since I suck at pour over
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Finally a good quality one goes on sale. Thanks op.
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I have a gooseneck and have been trying to make good pour over coffee for days now... I follow instructions, let the coffee "bloom", use concentric circles, I weigh both the coffee and the water

using a Melitta ceramic with the brown paper filters

I may have to switch to aerobie press, since I suck at pour over
My first 2 pour over coffees were quite good so I'm getting this. I was using the Costco water heater one and this gooseneck one should be better.

I was using this filter:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

And no paper filters.

And this coffee:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Thanks! This will make it much easier for me to consume 3000% of my daily sodium via instant ramen.
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I have a great pitcher-style stainless steel kettle, but at almost twice the size of this one, it seems like overkill in our empty nest. This smaller kettle at such a good price sounds perfect for our nightly hot chocolate fix. Thanks, OP!
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good deal. in for 1. thanks!
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