The Cuisinart PerfecTemp electric kettle is down to its lowest price ever
For a speedy cup of tea this fall, look no further than the Cuisinart PerfecTemp electric kettle, which boils water in record time and is down to an all-time low price.Happy first day of fall everyone! Now that the cold weather is rolling in, my tea and hot chocolate consumption is about to skyrocket. Whether it's a nice cup of Darjeeling in the morning (a.k.a the champagne of teas), or a quick cuppa before bed, It's always convenient to have a quick way to boil water that doesn't involve sitting by the stove waiting for that darned whistle. That's where this sale on the Cuisinart PerfecTemp electric kettle comes in.
Many “cheap” electric kettles are reliable and operate pretty well. That ’s because its price is not an indication of its quality when considering a kettle . Getting a plastic or steel kettle only matters when you think about how you’re going to be using them. 10 . Should I buy a kettle with extra features?
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I love coffee, but there's only so much I can drink. So what kind of warm beverage can I nurse at my desk during these increasingly cold winter months? I was recently gobsmacked to discover I like a simple mug of hot water. Seriously, I used to scoff at the idea, but no more. I'm a convert.
Ah, but a stovetop kettle is too slow, and too many mugs aren't microwave-friendly. Solution: an electric kettle. Like this one: For a limited time, and while supplies last, Best Buy has the. That's about as cheap as these things get; most of them run at least $15-$20 (and I've seen some as high as $65).
The Pakt Coffee Kit is a nearly perfect pour-over solution for travel
For the last three years, I've tried in vain to put together a travel coffee kit for CES. Because we're in Las Vegas for so long, I really want the comforts of home in the form of a good cup of coffee. Sorry, Residence Inn, but the stuff in the lobby is terrible. I usually piece things together with a small hand grinder and an Aeropress. Since this isn't an all-in-one setup, I either leave pieces behind or have to deal with heating water in a pot and trying not to spill it -- or buying a kettle that I'll just leave in the room. Thankfully Pakt, a company that makes travel gear that helps you pack efficiently, came up with a stellar solution.
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So I bought this electric kettle . It has been an amazingly excellent experience. And that 's the root of my question: does it really use less energy? I ' m having trouble finding the final word. As long as I ' m advocating this thing: It is glass - so no worries about plastics or odd metals leaching creepy stuff into
A staple in Europe (where tea is king, natch), electric kettles are fantastic. Just add water, place it on its base and flip a switch. In a minute or two (depending on how much you filled it), presto: boiling water. Like most kettles of this kind, it automatically turns off once it reaches temperature, so you don't have to worry about it boiling over. Similarly, it shuts off if it detects there's no water inside.
So, yeah, this is perfect for a quick cup of tea, hot chocolate or, in my case, hot water. You can also use it for things like oatmeal and ramen noodles, meaning it's great for dorm rooms.
I'm in for one. Your thoughts?
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A second ancient gold coin found in a Salvation Army Red Kettle in Tampa .
The Salvation Army seems to have a very generous secret Santa. For the second time in six days, the organization is reporting they found a rare gold coin from the years 44-22 BC donated in one of their Red Kettles. The coin is worth $3,000, according to the Salvation Army. This time the anonymous donor wrapped the coin in a dollar bill and left a note, according to the Salvation Army. "My hope is to continue drawing attention to such a wonderful organization. The whole country should know about the amazing things The Salvation Army does for their community,” wrote the donor. On Dec. 6 the Salvation Army said they found a similar gold coin in a Red Kettle.