COSORI Electric Kettle, Tea Kettle Pot, 1.7L/1500W, Stainless Steel Inner Lid & Filter, Hot Water Kettle Teapot Boiler & Heater, Automatic Shut Off, BPA-Free, Black

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  • SUPERIOR MATERIALS–Your hot water heater is made with high-quality borosilicate glass, and 304 stainless steel to keep your water safe and tasting pure for years to come.
  • LARGER MOUTH–Your kettle is designed with a wide-open 4.3 inch/110 mm mouth for quick cleanup of any residue or limescale using lemon juice or baking soda.
  • LARGER MOUTH–Your kettle is designed with a wide-open 4.3 inch/110 mm mouth for quick cleanup of any residue or limescale using lemon juice or baking soda.
  • CONVENIENT & DETAILED–Specially design the non-drip spout and scald-proof lid for easily controlling the flow and preventing scald.
  • MORE STYLISH–Say goodbye to boring old-fashioned kettles. This kettle’s modern design features a blue LED indicator light to let you know when your water is ready, making boiling easy even if you’re in a dark kitchen.
  • SAVE YOUR TIME–A great choice to replace your microwave, stove or your old kettle.Enjoy quick boiling times ranging from 3—7 minutes so you can enjoy your coffee, tea, or oatmeal in no time.
  • VERSATILE GLASS KETTLE: More than just boiling water! Brew tea, coffee, and quick meals with ease.
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COSORI Electric Kettle, Tea Kettle Pot, 1.7L/1500W, Stainless Steel Inner Lid & Filter, Hot Water Kettle Teapot Boiler & Heater, Automatic Shut Off, BPA-Free, Black
COSORI Electric Kettle, Tea Kettle Pot, 1.7L/1500W, Stainless Steel Inner Lid & Filter, Hot Water Kettle Teapot Boiler & Heater, Automatic Shut Off, BPA-Free, Black

$27.99

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Specification: COSORI Electric Kettle, Tea Kettle Pot, 1.7L/1500W, Stainless Steel Inner Lid & Filter, Hot Water Kettle Teapot Boiler & Heater, Automatic Shut Off, BPA-Free, Black

Brand

COSORI

Color

Black

Special Feature

Drip-Less Spout, Boil Dry Protection, Rapid Boil, Automatic Shut-Off

Package Information

Kettle

Finish Type

Glass,Matte,Stainless Steel

Product Dimensions

9"L x 6.3"W x 10"H

Included Components

User Manual, Power Base, Electric Glass Kettle

Product Care Instructions

Hand Wash

Model Name

GK172

Item Weight

2.5 pounds

Manufacturer

COSORI

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

GK172-CO

Date First Available

December 5, 2020

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10 reviews for COSORI Electric Kettle, Tea Kettle Pot, 1.7L/1500W, Stainless Steel Inner Lid & Filter, Hot Water Kettle Teapot Boiler & Heater, Automatic Shut Off, BPA-Free, Black

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  1. SiteReader

    So this is the first electric kettle I’ve bought and I’m very happy with it. The color is pretty and it boils a full pot of water SO fast! It’s easy to use, has a built-in filter near the spout, and the cord is hidden underneath wrapped around the underside base. Definitely would recommend buying!

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  2. Amazon Customer

    Llego rapidísimo y aparte justo lo que pedimos, fue un regalo de bodas para mi prima!

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  3. Frankie D

    What else can I say other than this it the best electric kettle that I have ever purchased. Water heats to a boil very quickly. Glass on pot is crystal clear and actually make the water look more appealing, especially when the blue LED’s turn on to highlight the contents in the kettle (water). Kettle will automatically turn off after it reaches the boil. It’s much more economical and is much quicker than using a tea pot on the stove. Since I live in the USA, my unit is 110/120 volts. You will be more than satisfied with this purchase.

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  4. Vicktory

    [UPDATE: I’ve learned to love it after 6 months of reliable use. We boil water in it 5 or 6 times a day, and still going strong. It does eventually shut off by itself, but only after 5-plus minutes of full boil–an inconvenience if you forget about it, but not dangerous.

    The pros well outweigh the negatives, so I’ve upgraded to 4 stars. It’s reliable, nicely designed, boils quickly, glass stays clean. I now recommend it as a buy.]

    [UPDATE: I sent it back and got another one. This one stays on, but it doesn’t turn off when the water boils–or even 5 minutes after full boiling. It just keeps going and going until you shut off manually.]

    A nicely designed kettle that will not stay on. The on/off switch turns off as soon as you turn it on. If you wait and then hold it down for several seconds, it will sometimes stay on for 10 or 20 seconds more, before shutting off again.

    I am quite familiar with these kettles with the Strix thermostat inside. I have a similar one of a different brand that I repaired myself by sourcing a new thermostat from Alibaba in China.

    The British-designed Strix is the best available thermostat for electric kettles, and usually lasts 8,000-plus uses. I always make sure the kettles I order have these installed. However, they are occasionally out of adjustment. A thermostat is an electrico-mechanical device dependent upon a piece of springy metal, known as a bimetallic strip, that bends with temperature increase, owing to the different coefficients of expansion of the two metals. Any slight maladjustment in the tension on the strip can cause it to shut off too quickly as mine is doing.

    The kettle I bought and am now returning is from Amazon Warehouse and rated as “Used like new.” It came in an undamaged box, properly packed and cushioned, and with all the paperwork. Clearly no one took the trouble to fill it with water and test it, or they would have found out it was defective. I fault Amazon for simply recycling stuff at a discount without pre-testing, and also the manufacturer for shipping a defective item without a pre-test.

    I suppose both businesses know the failure rate of their products, and calculate that the expense they incur on 2-way shipping of the small percentage of defective items is more than made up for by the profit they earn on the good ones plus the bad ones that are not returned. I will thus throw my small monkey wrench into this unscrupulous process by giving them a well-deserved 1-star rating, and hope against hope that it may contribute to their moral/ethical reform.

    I still believe, somewhere deep down, that running a superior and above-board business with proper quality control could prove more profitable in the long run then shipping out a known percentage of defective products and having to take the loss on returns. Even as I also recognize in this thought the possibility that I am guided by my own wishful naivété. The almighty forces of the market seem to dictate that the current practice of shipping a certain percentage of junk, is more profitable for both the manufacturer and online retailer.

    So shame on you Cosori and Amazon for your unscrupulous yet highly successful business practices! (And woe to me for attempting to oppose the seemingly omnipotent Zeitgeist.)

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  5. Vicktory

    October 30, 2023 update: As mentioned in previous update, I used my older boiler for the toilet. Do NOT put boiling water in your toilet. HOT water is good, but not boiling water. It was raining in my basement, and I had to replace the wax ring in my commode. The boiling water melted my wax ring. This is not a review, but I had to warn others that it is NOT a good idea to pour boiling water in your pipes, after writing my previous update. Also, if you have a clog and that boiling water sits in one spot, it can mess up your plumbing. If you have a clog, use Dawn and WARM water. AND Do NOT use a kitchen boiler to pour water in your toilet; bacteria will splash up into the pot and can infect your family. Buy a separate pot to use for household purposes only, Now I can sleep at night.

    October 16, 2023 Update: My water boiler is still running strong. Unfortunately, my toilet isn’t. I found out that an hour of Dawn in the commode followed by a bunch of boiling water is the best way to remove a clog (you’re welcomed). So, like most oldsters who have had a strong and loyal career, it was demoted as toilet boiler, while the more youthful water boiler takes the coveted place on the kitchen counter…looking cocky and proud. I felt it had to be done this way, because I also have a microscope and have proven to myself that a heavy dumping of boiling water into the commode can and will result in backsplash landing on and inside the water boiler. Yes, the commode water is probably clean…especially after dumping a small bottle of dawn in the toilet water, but this is one time I don’t want to take any chances. So until it takes it’s last current of electricity, this big guy will be the household toilet boiler. The button is still a bit difficult to push, but it still works. Thank you, water boiler, for taking one for the team and being a sport about it!

    May 2, 2023 Update: My pot stopped working again. When this happens, I try to push down the button, but the button flips back up again. But this time, I was able to turn it on, but it turned off before the water reached boiling.

    I figured this behavior meant the pot had finally reached retirement age. So I decided to open the other pot (same model, not been used). I reached over to unplug the cord, and the plug and about 2-3 inches of the cord was very very hot. So I unplugged the cord, and waited until the cord cooled.

    In the meantime, I discovered that I had my instant pot sitting on the cord, by accident. I’m not sure if this was why my cord turned hot (I’m not an electrician), but I freed the cord from the ruthless instant pot (sometimes appliances don’t get along in my kitchen).

    When the cord was finally cool, I plugged it back in and it worked like a charm!

    Now, I’m not sure if an overheated plug was why my pot had stopped working in the past (I mentioned this behavior further down, and blamed it on a wet or overheated plate), but now I’m wondering if the cause of the pot going on a workpot’s strike, was because the cord was too hot. Either way, if it stops working, feel the plug. If it feels warm or hot to the touch, simply unplug it and wait until the cord cools.

    Thank you, Water Heater People, for saving me from burning down my own kitchen. ❤️

    February 4, 2023 Update:
    I made the mistake of leaving my water pot’s lid open when I turned it on. I got distracted and it boiled dry. Apparently the automatic shut-off mechanism is in the lid. When the lid is opened, the pot will not shut off automatically. So, I went out to pour my water and there wasn’t any.

    However, the good news is my house is still standing and this pot STILL WORKS! I assume the pot clicked off while water was still in the pot, and then, the rest evaporated. If it had boiled completely dry, the elements would’ve burned out, I’m sure. The second pot I purchased is still in its box waiting to be used.

    As for this original pot, I now make sure to tap on the lit before turning it on, just to make sure the lid is closed. It’s become a ritual. 🙂

    November 2022 Update:
    I still haven’t used my second pot, yet. The first pot is still going strong. Occasionally, the lid gets sticky, and is difficult to open, but it’s an occasional issue. My water heater blew a few days before Thanksgiving, and this little fella picked up the slack! It heated water for dishes, and made Thanksgiving bearable.

    April 2022 Update:
    After almost a year of using the pot, it became difficult to switch on. I immediately bought a duplicate; because, dang it! I love this pot! After I put in the order, I was demonstrating to my husband how it doesn’t turn on, and it turned on! My only explanation of what was happening was that something got wet and it hadn’t dried out yet. I do tend to shoot the water from the tap across the counter into the pot…just to make housework more fun. Maybe I should stop doing that, because water can get into the handle.

    If your pot suddenly stops working, my suggestion is to unplug it and briefly take a blow dryer to the electric base and the pot’s base. If you have time, forget the blow dryer, and just set it aside to dry naturally.

    Many of my appliances, when over heated or wet, will cut off and become unusable until it cools or dries out.

    At least I have another pot. If this gets wet again, I can replace it with the new pot until this one dries out. I’m thinking of buying another pot just for the purpose of boiling eggs. That way, I won’t have to worry about bacteria getting in the coffee.

    July 2021 update…so, yes, just like others have reported, about a month or so after using it, it suddenly wouldn’t turn on. No light, no heat. But I’m not one to sit idly by, and accept a setback as my new reality. No, Sirree! If I’m going to throw something out, I’m going to figure out the cause of the setback so I can repair it. In this case, the first ring around the protruding pin at the center of the bottom of the carafe became rusted. The rust blocks a current between the base and the carafe, preventing the unit from working effectively. If you place the pot at a different angle (place the pot with your alternate hand, for instance), it may work. At any rate, I simply used a fine-grade sand sponge and sanded off the rust. Steel wool may work, also; but it is a very precise and microscopic job, either way. After I sanded off the rust, I blew off the rust residue and added a thin coat of coconut oil to prevent further rusting. So far, so good. I added pictures to point out the rust. As for the white spots inside the pot, that’s going to happen if you have hard water. Hey, you didn’t hear about people in the 16th century complaining about spots in their water boiler, did you? Of course not! Those lucky people didn’t have to deal with water spots, because they carried their water in from the creek and poured it in an iron kettle. I’m sure you can find an iron kettle on Amazon. I’m not sure where your closest creek is. Maybe Google Maps can show you…OR…you can buy white vinegar or just pretend the spots aren’t there.

    Mild update: Since I’m correcting typos that I failed to catch earlier, I will say as of today, June 14, 2021 the coconut oil appears to be holding its own. I added a wee bit more, but the kettle hasn’t stopped or failed to start since I applied the first thin coat. 🙂

    Older review: I love it! My last water boiler almost caught my house on fire, leaked and the water sloshed out of the spout. This water boiler pours very smoothly and boils 1 liter of COLD water in four minutes. I haven’t timed warm water, but I will confirm it’s going to be less than four minutes.
    The blue light is ok; not as spectacular as I thought it would be. But I didn’t buy this for entertainment.
    The spout strainer pulls forward, covering the spout when you close the lid. When you open the lid, it has a spring that allows the strainer to be moved down for filling water. It doesn’t stay down, but it won’t snap off when you’re trying to fill the carafe, which was its intended purpose, I believe. It IS made of metal, so you don’t have to worry about poisoning your family with seeping plastic chemicals. In fact, nothing on or in this pot that comes in contact with liquid is made of plastic. The handle and outside of the lid are plastic for the purpose of insulating you from burns. I have on occasion been forced to use a silicone potholder to support the base while pouring, but I wouldn’t remove points for that.
    It does NOT have a temp control…but you CAN watch it boil and could probably judge from the water’s action and reaction when it’s the temperature for you. Over time, you be a pro and figuring the proper tea temp.
    I really do like this pot, and would recommend it for my own grandmother, if she was alive to use it.
    The price is good for the product. I’d buy it if I were you. You don’t know when the price will rise.
    I have a heat streak. So if something does go wrong with the pot after posting this review, I will be sure to return to post the issues. For now, it’s working great!

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  6. Erwama

    Buena, calienta rápido, es de 1500 watts, que es algo que algunas no lo son y hace que caliente más lento. Se siente de calidad, y la tapa abre bastante. El único negativo es que es un poco más voluminosa de lo que pensaba, no es un artículo pequeño. Yo lo pude acomodar bien, pero no fue ideal el tamaño.

    Excelente compra de todos modos, es una herramienta muy poco usadaen México, pero vale mucho la pena, y ahorras mucho tiempo (y dinero) vs calentando agua en la estufa o microondas

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  7. Julie

    This tea kettle gets with it! Boils water in a matter of minutes! Automatic shut-off is nice when you have a lot going on and don’t want to worry if you’re going to burn the house down. Reasonable price.

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  8. Sharon

    We’ve been using this kettle for a couple of months now. Heats quickly, safety turn off works correctly, sleek look, easy to clean. Seems to be of good quality and sturdy. Very satisfied.

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  9. Erin

    I am absolutely thrilled with my COSORI Electric Kettle 1.7L! This kettle has exceeded my expectations in every way possible. Here’s why I believe it deserves a solid five-star rating:

    The Purest Water for You:
    The choice of superior-quality 304 stainless steel and borosilicate glass ensures that my water remains safe and tastes pure. I can already tell this kettle is built to last, providing me with clean water for years to come.

    No More Waiting:
    Goodbye, microwave and old kettle! Thanks to the British STRIX Tech, I can enjoy a steaming cup of tea or coffee in record time. Boiling takes a mere 3-7 minutes, allowing me to indulge in my favorite beverages without any unnecessary delays.

    Completely Safe:
    Safety is paramount, and this kettle has it all covered. The automatic shut-off feature, which activates 30 seconds after boiling, is a game-changer. Plus, the boil-dry protection gives me peace of mind, knowing the kettle won’t turn on without water.

    Convenient & Detailed:
    The specially designed V-shaped spout and scald-proof lid are thoughtful touches that make pouring a breeze. Controlling the flow is a snap, and I no longer worry about accidental spills or scalding.

    More Stylish:
    This kettle’s blue LED indicator not only adds a stylish touch but also serves a practical purpose. It’s incredibly helpful in a dimly lit kitchen, ensuring I know exactly when my water is ready.

    Wider Opening:
    Cleaning this kettle is a breeze, thanks to the wide-open mouth. Residue and limescale are easily dealt with using common household items like lemon juice or baking soda. This feature truly makes maintenance a hassle-free experience.

    Fully Satisfies Family Needs:
    With its generous 1.7L capacity, I can now brew larger batches in less time. The accurate cup and liter markings are a thoughtful addition, ensuring I can precisely measure the right amount of water for any recipe.

    In summary, the COSORI Electric Kettle 1.7L is a powerhouse of a kitchen appliance. It combines safety, efficiency, and style seamlessly. I couldn’t be happier with my purchase and highly recommend it to anyone in need of a top-notch electric kettle. This product has truly elevated my daily tea and coffee rituals. Kudos to COSORI for creating such an exceptional kitchen companion!

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  10. Karla Sada

    Es un calentador de agua muy bueno, con materiales adecuados, se nota que son perdurables, poniéndolo en su máxima capacidad calienta el agua en un par de minutos y la deja a una temperatura ideal para prensar un buen café, incluye la base donde se pone la jarra y la jarra misma, hay que descalcificarla con cierta frecuencia ya que en el fondo se aprecia como se va acumulando, en el tema del lavado, la tapa abre de manera amplia, pero no completa, sin embargo lo suficiente para poder lavarla sin tanto trabajo

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