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Yes, and as far as I’m concerned it eliminates the main reason I wanted this kettle—to avoid plastic and have the boiling water touched only by stainless steel. The kettle is beautifully designed except for this major oversight by Amazon. Most people want stainless steel to avoid plastic leaching into their food/drinks… see more Yes, and as far as I’m concerned it eliminates the main reason I wanted this kettle—to avoid plastic and have the boiling water touched only by stainless steel. The kettle is beautifully designed except for this major oversight by Amazon. Most people want stainless steel to avoid plastic leaching into their food/drinks. But at least this is a much smaller amount of plastic than a totally plastic kettle. But Amazon should redesign this product without ANY plastic touching the heated water. see less Yes, and as far as I’m concerned it eliminates the main reason I wanted this kettle—to avoid plastic and have the boiling water touched only by stainless steel. The kettle is beautifully designed except for this major oversight by Amazon. Most people want stainless steel to avoid plastic leaching into their food/drinks. But at least this is a much smaller amount of plastic than a totally plastic kettle. But Amazon should redesign this product without ANY plastic touching the heated water.
William
· October 10, 2017
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120V/60Hz/1500W
Vincenzo Liberatore
· November 19, 2017
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no, I use it to heat water for my French press and that is all
Mary De Wolf
· November 27, 2017
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Yes you definitely can but gooseneck is preferred in general. You want to let you pour over steep correctly by having a slower pull.
J
· September 9, 2018
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120V only
SDcruz
· October 2, 2017
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you can keep in the on position after cutoff the power. It just do not work then.
XL
· October 3, 2018
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110V anything in US are 110v
Thuy Bui
· February 13, 2018
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It shuts off after the water is brought to boil. You don’t need to unplug it. Like many items with heating elements, however, you may feel more comfortable unplugging it when not at home or during periods of non-use.
Jon L.
· September 30, 2018
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Depends on how much water you put in. If you fill to .75L, it takes about 5 minutes.
Tiffney
· January 6, 2018
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It is a non-reactive plastic ........shouldn't be a problem
Great little pot for the money

Richard D
· July 3, 2018