Fellow Stagg Matte Black Electric Kettle + FREE COFFEE
Brew delicious coffee with the gold standard of water kettle; the Fellow Stagg EKG Electric Kettle. Control your pour perfectly with the gooseneck spout, variable temperature control, and a matte black facade that looks stunning in any kitchen.
Fellow Stagg Electric Kettles come with a FREE 250g Bag of your choice of coffee & grind!
Whether you're a world brewing champion or a brewing beginner, Stagg EKG will be your countertop partner in the pursuit of a ridiculously good cup of coffee. With variable temperature control, 1200 watts for a quick heat time, and a world of features for ultimate control, this is the pour-over kettle perfected.
- Precise gooseneck spout for optimal pour-over flow rate
- To-the-degree temperature control
- PID Controller - Maintains a steady temperature as efficiently as possible
- LCD display
- Fahrenheit or Celcius - flick switch to eliminate calculating
- 60-minute hold mode
- Brew stopwatch - Brew the perfect cup of coffee
- 0.9 L boiling capacity
- Dimensions: 11.5″ x 6.75″ x 8″ (292 mm x 171 mm x 203 mm)
- Weight: 2.75 lbs/1,274 g (includes kettle base)
- Volume: 0.9 L to the max fill line
- Cord Length: 2.5 ft
- Power: 1200W, 120V~, 50/60Hz, 9A
- Materials: 304 stainless steel kettle body and lid, plastic base.
- Temperature Range: 135°F-212°F / 57°C-100°C
- Product Certifications: ETL compliance, FCC certified
Works as advertised and is good and convenient way to set and hold specific temperature. The kettle is let down by some obvious flaws that shouldn't exist for something that's priced and pitched at the more premium end of the market.
1 - if you pitch the kettle too steeply, water will start dripping out of the lid. The fact it took Fellow to realise this after "research" and advertise newer models with a simple silicon o-ring and call it innovative is absurd.
2 - thermocouple / temperature sensor goes haywire if the water is even **slightly** above the fill line and you choose to boil up to 100c. This causes the kettle to spit and bubble hot water on itself and on the platform which is a serious safety issue. It appears there's no safety cutoff to prevent "over boiling" in this instance. This may be a result of boiling standard tap water which in our case is hard to very hard water.