Press "lid open" button and fill kettle with water. Be careful
to not exceed the "max" marker. Set kettle on base, plug into
outlet, and turn the switch on. It will illuminate indicating
activity. Set the temperature dial to maximum position to
produce boiling water for black tea. To make green tea, set the
dial within the green range of color. Place at the beginning
of the green range for the delicate Japanese teas and further along the range for the heartier Chinese
teas. Ideal water temperature being subjective, let your taste buds guide you in selecting an optimal
Unplug the power cord and permit kettle to cool before
cleaning it. Wipe outside with a soft damp cloth. Rinse inside
with clean water. After extensive use, scale may build up inside.
To remove, fill the kettle with vinegar and let soak overnight.
Dispose of vinegar in the morning, fill with water and bring to
boil. Pour water out and rinse thoroughly
Children are often unaware of the danger posed by electrical appliances. To protect
children, please keep this kettle and other appliances out of their reach. For indoor
use only. To prevent fire, electrical shock or personal injury, please observe these
- Do not heat any liquid other than water
- Do not immerse power cord, plug or base unit in water
- Do not operate if electrical components are wet
- Do not operate with damaged power cord or plug
- Do not disassemble the kettle or base unit
Questions and Answers
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What temperature should you set it on for custom blends that contain multiple types of tea that require different temperatures?
Asked by Reagan Phillips
on Jun 11th '16
does kettle maintain temperature for extended periods of time
Asked by Robert Scott
on Dec 13th '16
how many cups does it hold
Asked by Michael Keenehan
on Jan 16th '17
Does the filter at the spout come out for easier descaling of the filter? Or will I need to just fill the vinegar up to the top of this screen.
Asked by Sarah Williams
on Apr 14th '17