Stagg Pour Over Kettle
Stagg Pour Over Kettle
Stagg Pour Over Kettle
Stagg Pour Over Kettle

Stagg Pour Over Kettle

$93.00

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One of the most unique kettle designs on the market - the Stagg pour over kettle is a beautifully functional creation.  The precision pour spout, coupled with the built-in brew-range thermometer gives you exceptional functionality. Pour at an even, slow pace with Stagg's counterbalanced handle that moves the centre of mass back towards your hand. 

    Features:
    • Brew Range Thermometer which highlights the optimal brew temperature between 195-205 degrees fahrenheit (90.5-96 degrees celsius).
    • Its Precision Pour Spout provides a slow and steady pour designed for the optimal pour-over flow rate.
    • Counterbalanced handle centres the weight closer to your hand for an easier pour.
    • Available in Black, Silver and Copper
    Cleaning:
    • Wash with warm soapy water
    • Do not use abrasive soaps, cleansers or scouring pads
    • Not dishwasher safe

    Please note: Placing the Stagg on a rough or unclean surface with daily use on cooking ranges will damage the finish on the bottom of the kettle. This is normal wear of the product and will not affect functionality. 

    Specifications:
    • Materials: 301 18/8 Stainless Steel body
    • Capacity: 1.0 Litre boiling capacity
    • Stovetops: Electric and gas.

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