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Review and Buying Guide of Breville Crystal Clear Multi-Temperature Glass Kettle

I make a good deal of inexperienced and white tea also espresso. Now it is a satisfaction to make it all with this kettle. You received fast sizzling water, very superior design and style and it is extremely light as for glass kettle.

But the unnecessarily intricate lid latch appears to be to seize up right after a. Would be five stars on effectiveness and looks, but the lid has stopped operating soon after a couple of months. I have experimented with to mend it by putting more powerful spring in the system which labored for a day or two, but the unnecessarily sophisticated lid latch appears to be to seize up just after a very hot/chilly cycle. I’ll hold doing work on it but i shouldn’t want to. The most recent bosh kettle i a short while ago bought does not go through the very same challenge. This breville is extremely hard to open up as soon as the lid experienced seized shut but i have identified that a challenging tap to the spout whilst holding the release button in some cases will work. These a little fault wrecks a perfectly good kettle. Oh, and it can be rather noisy when boiling far too. The quietest i ever had was a morphy richards.

The kettle is charming nevertheless the catch for the lid. The kettle is pretty on the other hand the catch for the lid will not operate so have to fill by way of the spout.

Key specs for Breville Crystal Clear Multi-Temperature Glass Kettle, Crystal Clear:

  • Select from 5 temperature settings for perfect green tea, herbal tea, ground coffee etc
  • Super-sleek glass and stainless steel finish with blue illumination
  • Crystal clear Schott glass body
  • Illuminated touch buttons
  • 3kW fastboil element and 1.7 litre capacity

Comments from buyers

“GREAT PRODUCT – works as described by manufacturer, amazingly helpful when preparing proper tea, Looks very good in glass and stainless steel, but the unnecessarily complex lid latch seems to seize up after a , Unsatisfied with 70 pound kettle, Could be so much better if they sorted the lid out, it that) reported by other users – namely sticking lid (although I could overcome that issue by carefully using some brilliant s”

Seems very great in glass and stainless metal. Seems to be quite good in glass and stainless metal. Variable temperature very beneficial if you like natural teas for instance. Quick to see how a great deal drinking water is in it and when it truly is coming to the boil.

Very excellent kettle- carefully suggest it. . Incredible kettle, quick to boil, adjustable temperatures is practical function for the best coffee and tea. Like the minor tune performed when its reached boiling level.

This kettle is fantastic, works completely, seriously straightforward to use. A little bit noisy but nothing at all surprising for a kettle. On the former critiques i observed some people today complaining about the sum of time to boil the h2o but i believe it’s fairly affordable.


One thought on “Review and Buying Guide of Breville Crystal Clear Multi-Temperature Glass Kettle

  1. Milla M says:

    This review is from : Breville Crystal Clear Multi-Temperature Glass Kettle, Crystal Clear

    Very good kettle- thoroughly recommend it. . Fabulous kettle, fast to boil, adjustable temperatures is useful function for the perfect coffee and tea. Love the little tune played when its reached boiling point.
    • Kaly974 says:
      This kettle is great, works perfectly, really easy to use. A bit noisy but nothing unexpected for a kettle. On the previous reviews i saw some people complaining about the amount of time to boil the water but i think it’s quite reasonable.
  2. Jacqueline Watt says:

    This review is from : Breville Crystal Clear Multi-Temperature Glass Kettle, Crystal Clear

    Love my kettle, looks sleek, simple to use with brilliant features. I love the temperature controls and the little tune when it’s heated ?.
  3. Mr M. says:

    This review is from : Breville Crystal Clear Multi-Temperature Glass Kettle, Crystal Clear

    Easy operation, quick boil, looks pretty cool too. Only slight problem is the lid can stick sometimes.
  4. Nataliia says:

    This review is from : Breville Crystal Clear Multi-Temperature Glass Kettle, Crystal Clear

    Unsatisfied with 70 pound kettle. Button got stuck after 6 months of usage – now lid opens when water is boiled so there is risk of injury :/. Also even when it was working last 2-3 weeks it was hard to open lid :(.
  5. Mrs P K essex says:

    This review is from : Breville Crystal Clear Multi-Temperature Glass Kettle, Crystal Clear

    The kettle is lovely however the catch for the lid. The kettle is lovely however the catch for the lid will not work so have to fill through the spout.
    • Peter says:
      In a soft water area it will stay looking great. As long as you live in a soft water area it will stay looking great.
  6. Tomasz Czarnecki says:

    This review is from : Breville Crystal Clear Multi-Temperature Glass Kettle, Crystal Clear

    I make a lot of green and white tea also coffee. Now it is a pleasure to make it all with this kettle. You got fast hot water, very good design and it is very light as for glass kettle.
  7. Phystech641 says:

    This review is from : Breville Crystal Clear Multi-Temperature Glass Kettle, Crystal Clear

    Great product – works as described by manufacturer, amazingly helpful when preparing proper tea. First, for the record – it has been excellent product so far (i have been using it for 3 months now) and i hope it will continue performing well. Before buying it i looked through the available reviews and was a little bit unsure finding several very critical ones. But i decided to try it anyway and i am glad i did. I like this kettle because:- it’s made of glass and steel, so it’s easy to clean it and you don’t need to worry about health aspects of water-plastic interaction (there are some plastic parts, but they don’t normally contact with hot water)- the fact that it is “clear” makes any special water level displaying tubes (that you can find in other designs) unnecessary, so if you clean it with some chemicals you don’t need to worry about residuals- it is actually ‘intelligent’ one, and from my point of view it behaves exactly as advertised, and in very reasonable way (i have seen some reviews claiming that it doesn’t work, but from my point of view either they are based on misunderstanding or particular unit was faulty)- it allows you to prepare good tea, using water heat to the proper temperature (it may be 80-85 for japanese tea, it may be 65-70 for mate etc. ) without risk to “kill” the taste and aromai will provide below my own understanding (based both on manufacturer’s manual and my experience) on how it works:- you can preset one of four temperatures 60c, 70c, 80c, or 90c (by pressing button on the left) and heat water to this temperature – this feature works fine as far as i can see (there were reviews, claiming that the kettle overshoots the target temperature, but i have not experienced this issue, so if it doesn’t work as designed – ask for replacement; another possible reason for troubles – very small amount of water in a kettle that makes very difficult for the control system to stop heating at proper time, that also may explain flashing 888 “no water” signal mentioned in one of critical reviews)- you can “ask to keep water warm”, but this feature is limited to keeping temperature above 70c for 20 min. – manufacturer doesn’t claim that the water will be kept warm indefinitely. This is a reasonable behaviour from my point of view. If you need water to be 80c or 90c – all you need to do is just press “heat” button and wait for 5-10 sec – that’s all- i don’t like the idea of preparing tea with the water that was not boiled. If you share my opinion this is my recommendation on how to prepare tea with water of particular temperature – i boil water in advance keeping my kettle full of pre-boiled cool water (i am not even trying to keep the temperature above 70c), when i need to prepare tea i heat water to 80c and immediately use it (or, sometimes to 90c, depending on tea).

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