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Bonavita BV3825ST 1-Liter Stovetop Kettle


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  • Dishwasher safe
  • Idea for Tea and Manual Pour over Coffee Brewing


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24.1 x 17 x 18.5 cm ; 590 g
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 Kg
  • Item model number: BV3825ST
  • ASIN: B005YR0IBU
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 5 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,224 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DeFex on Jan. 6 2013
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I bought this because i needed a kettle which would work with induction. It looks nice, and how hard could it be for a company that is known for coffee and tea products to make a kettle?

Well, If you have a powerful induction or gas burner, be careful!

If the water boils too rapidly, the steam can not escape fast enough through the little holes in the lid. That causes pressure to build up, which makes scalding hot water shoot from the spout, it can almost empty the kettle all over your kitchen.

To solve this, You can either not use the lid, or boil the water more slowly (who wants that!) .

Looks like a lawsuit waiting to happen!
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This kettle arrived broken in the mail. I did not re-order it because it was not a robust item and would not stand up to every day wear and tear: very lightweight metal and the handle (the broken part) was not sturdily attached.
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By Frank L on June 28 2013
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kettle is good, works well on an induction cooktop and is perfect for pour-over coffee. Only thing I've noticed is that the design of the kettle allows maybe 20-30ml of water to remain in the kettle that you cant get out by shaking it upside down. I leave the top off and allow it to evaporate and its been fine, but I wonder if it will cause rust some day down the road.
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By eva on July 16 2012
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Very nice design, easy pour is great for making french press coffee. Great addition to any coffee lovers collection - it's a must have forsure!
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49 of 49 people found the following review helpful
Nice kettle, great spout for pour over brewing Feb. 4 2012
By Kathy - Published on Amazon.com
This is a must have kettle for manual coffee brewing. I have the Bonavita electric kettle as well and like both kettles. Here are a couple things I discovered when using this one.

This kettle holds a bit more water than the Bonavita electric kettle: about 1 1/4 liters filled approximately to the same depth. This is because the electric kettle base is raised to enclose the electric element. This kettle does not have a max fill line but the electric one does and it is about 1" from the top. Hope this helps.

The packaging for this kettle indicates it is for stovetop/induction use. However, it is not compatible with glass-ceramic cook-tops. The bottom is not flat so it makes poor contact, wobbles and takes forever to boil. It does work well on electric coil burners, or you can boil in another kettle and transfer to this for the pour over process.

The long thin spout is great for manual brewing; you can pour as slowly or as quickly as you wish, greatly improving your coffee. The plastic handle provides a good grip and stays cool to touch. The lid has a good fit and the knob stays cool as well. The metal is very thin; if it were a bit heavier and the base were flat I would have rated it 5 stars, but the brushed stainless steel is attractive and will look nice in most kitchens.
37 of 41 people found the following review helpful
Great as long as it holds up Sept. 8 2012
By Nick A - Published on Amazon.com
I used this kettle twice with my new Chemex and made some amazing coffee. However, on my third brew, I left the kettle on my gas burner and went in the other room to wait for the water to boil. Shortly thereafter I heard a clink from the kitchen, and to my surprise, the spout had fallen off! Upon inspection I realized that the spout was soldered to the body and the water level was below the solder joint. The flame must have been hot enough to lick up the side, heating the solder joint until the solder liquefied, dropping the spout. In retrospect, I should have known that heating the solder joint without water to moderate temperature would have that effect, but without coffee, how could i have been expected to think that clearly?! I double checked the operating instructions which, like a huge nerd, I had read completely before using the kettle; there was no warning about having a minimum water level, only one about not OVERfilling. For the time being, I have re-soldered the spout using my gas burner as a soldering iron, but the joint leaks now, so I have to go the hardware store and get some solder (do I need special food grade solder?)

Overall, this kettle works great, but with a design that is susceptible to failing without a minimum amount of water (above the spout to body solder joint), there needs to be a HUGE warning included in the box so others don't have the same issue.

Update: a year later I still use this with my kludge solder job, and it's working fine. Something else I've noticed is that it heats very slowly. I have an aluminum anodized pot that heats about 2x faster (not exaggerating). But this kettle pours nicely, and that's ultimately why I bought it.
37 of 44 people found the following review helpful
Rusts after a few weeks May 18 2012
By Evan Resing - Published on Amazon.com
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The kettle works great but is already beginning to rust. You may want to go for a higher quality "stainless" steel kettle.

[Update - 8/17]
Bonavita sent me a replacement kettle after the first one began rusting. Unfortunately after a few months, I can't say the second kettle is resisting rust any better than the first. It's not so much rust as it is discoloration. I have many stainless steel pots, pans, appliances and gadgets. I haven't seen this discoloring on anything else that I own. Bonavita has great customer service, but my original review stands - the kettle works great, the price is right, but the stainless material is NOT stainless.
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Buy with confidence. Jan. 15 2013
By Miked - Published on Amazon.com
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Okay, so I was a bit hesitant to buy this kettle because of some of the bad reviews I’d seen here at Amazon. The two I was most concerned about were that the spout came off while boiling water and that a poorly shaped bottom caused it to rock off a glass top stove. I started looking at reviews on coffee websites and such, and heard nothing but positive feedback for this product. I decided to email the manufacturer. They admitted that in some of the earlier runs of this model there were some welding issues, but that they had been resolved.

On the balance of the information I decided to order, and I’m happy I did. The welding around the spout looks very sturdy, so I am not worried about that. Also, I had no issues with the kettle rocking off the burner. The only reason I could see that, that might happen is if someone left some water either on the burner or the bottom of the kettle to create steam and pressure.

I had heard some complaints about the kettle feeling a bit light, which it does. To be honest, though, I think that is by design. It is meant to pour water in a very controlled manner. This would be more difficult if it was heavier.

Overall I couldn’t be happier. The kettle looks great, it feels very good in the hand, gives excellent control while pouring, and is very affordable. If you are considering a kettle for pour over coffee I would say buy this one with confidence.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
poorly made Oct. 14 2012
By andrew - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this kettle to make pour over coffee with my chemex. I chose it because of it's sleek design and long neck for pouring. It worked great for the first couple of months until about 5 months after purchase when the neck completely fell off during heating. Really? A metal tea kettle should be made to handle heat and last much longer than 5 months. I am very disappointed in the quality but because it's past the 30 days return/replacement policy I am unable to exchange this defective product. I wouldn't waste my money if I were you.

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