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velociTEA tea maker

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tea maker
40 oz
$119
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Fill with water, add leaves, and select your tea variety. The kettle will heat water to an ideal temperature and then steep the leaves for an ideal duration.

Its ingenious new design pumps water from the base into the infuser basket, where the tea is steeped. Brewed tea filters back down into the kettle at the perfect strength for your chosen variety. When the tea is ready, the kettle will keep it warm for 60 minutes to ensure that your last cup tastes as good as your first.

Simply need hot water? Select the "heat only" button first and then your desired temperature. The infuser basket is dishwasher-safe and easy-to-clean.

See the additional photos below for the precise settings.

The base measurements are 6" x 7.5". The overall height is 11 inches. ETL listed. 110 volts, 1500 watts. Made in China.

PLEASE NOTE: Proper water circulation may not be possible when using this product at altitudes of 1500 feet or higher.

Customer Reviews (181)

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instructions

Open lid and fill the kettle with water. Be careful to not exceed the "max" mark. Place tea leaves inside the infuser basket. Return kettle to base, plug into outlet, and push the button that corresponds to the tea that you're steeping. The button will blink, indicating activity. Once the kettle reaches a temperature that's perfect for your tea, it will circulate water through the infuser basket. When the infusion is complete, the button will glow solid, the kettle will beep, and your tea will keep warm for one hour. To end the 'keep warm' cycle, press the glowing button once more. To heat water without steeping tea, please press 'heat only" button followed by your desired temperature. The kettle will heat water and keep it warm for one hour. To stop, press the glowing button once again. Kettle is off when no buttons are blinking or glowing.

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Questions and Answers

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I have two questions. First, what is the lowest amount of water that can be used for this? Second, does the infuser automatically lower into the water and raise up again at the end of the brewing time or is there a timer for the person using it to take it
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Asked by Karen Harmon
on November 26th, 2018
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Will it 'hold' other strong tea flavors? Don't wanting my irish breakfast tea tasting like my son's Lapsang su Chung.
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Asked by Wanda Carr
on November 22nd, 2018
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Is the tea chamber glass or plastic?
LK
Asked by Lynn K
on November 23rd, 2018
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I noticed some teas have time requirements outside of those on the kettle. (Vanilla, 3 mins at 212 vs Black Tea setting at 5 mins.) How do I get around this?
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Asked by Tawa'u
on January 16th, 2019
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The video shows 5 settings, what's the 6th button do?
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Asked by MisterE.Tea
on January 4th, 2019
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Does this work well to make only 8-16 oz of tea? Or is it better used for larger amounts of tea?
CG
Asked by Caitlin Grimes
on January 16th, 2019
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Does the kettle have an automatic timer setting where it can be set to brew the night before, and start automatically at the designated time?
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on January 23rd, 2019
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How do you clean the machine?
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Asked by Lori Randolph
on January 24th, 2019
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There are teas like Chai or Blood Orange that taste best when brewed longer. Can you run it through the cycle twice or will that contaminate the inner workings of the machine for future pots of tea?
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Asked by Shannon Mueller
on February 8th, 2019
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I live in Denver. How well does this tea maker at 5280?
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Asked by Carolyn Twardy
on January 30th, 2019
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How would you use this for making mate teas. They steep at 150 for 3 mins. I don't see an option for that.
ML
Asked by Michael Layman
on January 31st, 2019
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How much tea do you use for forty ounces?
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Asked by Jeffery Sikes
on February 4th, 2019
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Does the tea maker somehow hold the water in the basket for the set time so the tea steeps in a traditional sense or does the water just run into and back out of the basket over and over until the time ends?
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Asked by Deni
on February 18th, 2019
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The bottom of my pot is staining from the tea that I have brewed. What is the proper procedure for cleaning this? I would like to keep the stainless shiny.
JW
Asked by john wolbert
on March 6th, 2019
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Are the tea samples gluten-free (from wheat, barley, rye and oats)?
PS
Asked by Penny Siegmann
on January 28th, 2019
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When the tea is done brewing some of the tea leaves are in the kettle. I put 2 teaspoons of tea in the infuser, place the cover on it, insert into position in the kettle, lock the lid and brew. Any idea why tea leaves are getting into the pot?
BR
Asked by Brian Royster
on March 10th, 2019
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How well does this pot handle tightly rolled teas? Does it circulate enough water to get them to open all the way?
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Asked by Caelen Foss
on March 11th, 2019
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Some of my teas have sprinkles in them, can they be used with this kettle or will the sugar mess up the inner workings?
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Asked by Lauren Hite
on April 24th, 2019
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Is there any way to get a replacement tea basket? I love my VelociTea, but the basket is a bit banged up.
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Asked by Donna Marquard
on July 20th, 2019
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What temperature does it keep the tea at when it is keeping it warm? Also can you hit a button to keep it warm for longer?
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Asked by Kevin Urie
on July 15th, 2019
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How much loose tea goes into a full pot for the velocities maker
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Asked by Barbara Moenaert Baker
on June 19th, 2019
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Will this only work on American voltage (110v)?
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Asked by Arlen Pavka
on July 19th, 2019
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Can this be used to brew water mixed with milk, such as for chai teas?
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Asked by Elyse Jozwiak
on September 24th, 2019
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