Cosori’s Electric Glass Kettle makes the perfect addition to your kitchen. It’s made out of food-grade stainless steel and glass, so your water never touches plastic. Get boiled water for your morning brew in only 3–7 minutes, so you spend less time waiting and more time living life.
Now, it comes in white and black.
Strix Thermostat Technology
The kettle features added safety measures such as boil-dry protection and an auto shutoff function.
You can enjoy a hot drink in no time. Push the on/off switch down, and you’ll have boiled water in only 3–7 minutes.
The kettle is made with borosilicate glass that’s resistant to scratches and scuffing, so your kettle always looks clean and stylish.
Tough as Steel
The filter, inner lid, and inner pot are made with food-grade stainless steel, so no plastic touches your water.
The wide opening makes cleaning your kettle easier than ever. You can easily fit a sponge or cloth inside for quick cleaning.
Using tap water can lead to a buildup of dark or light spots (limescale) inside your kettle. Not to worry, this is harmless. It’s caused by the minerals in tap water.
To descale your kettle, simply fill it with vinegar and water, boil it, and let it soak for 2 hours. Then wipe away the scale with a cloth.
Hard water is water that contains calcium or magnesium mineral ions often in the form of carbonate. These ions do not pose any health threat, but they can engage in reactions that leave insoluble mineral deposits. Hard water mineral deposits, or scaling, is the precipitation of minerals which form lime scale. How to Descale? Fill the kettle with 1 cup of vinegar or lemon juice and 2 cups of water. Boiling the liquids and leave it for 2 hours, then use cloth to clean and wipe. Rinse the kettle with clean water, and dry with a soft, clean cloth. Repeat as needed. Note: Its normal if your kettle exposes spot or rust on the stainless steel bottom after the first use, if the water quality in your area is so hard. Here are some steps to descale the kettle: 1. Unplug the kettle and pour out all water. Make sure the kettle is cool. 2. Squeeze half a lemon into the kettle, or add 1⁄2 US cup / 118 mL of distilled vinegar into the kettle. 3. If the kettle has thick scale buildup, scrub the kettle’s inner walls with a non-scratch scrub sponge. 4. Add 2 US cups / 473 mL of water. Boil the mixture. 5. Pour out the mixture, then wipe off any remaining scale with a non-abrasive cloth, sponge, or cleaning brush. 6. Repeat as needed.