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Posted Wed May 11, 2011, 5:25am
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Coava has begun selling the "Fino" kettle for $55. They list little info, but I've read on another site that it's 18/8 stainless w/a capacity of 1.2L (which probably means a "useful" capacity of 1L). Comparable in price to the Buono, but stainless - not bad!

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Posted Thu May 12, 2011, 1:29pm
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Does anyone know when the Hario Buono Electric kettle is going to be released?  I've heard plenty of rumors and all of them hint that it should have been out last month.  Any updates?

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Posted Thu May 12, 2011, 3:13pm
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I ordered this kettle off ebay about two weeks ago and it arrived today. I haven't used it to make coffee yet but it does a nice job of pouring water.

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Posted Fri May 13, 2011, 7:42am
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robertl Said:

I ordered this kettle off ebay about two weeks ago and it arrived today. I haven't used it to make coffee yet but it does a nice job of pouring water.

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Looks nice, is that a Kalita?
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Posted Fri May 13, 2011, 8:53am
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crayonshinchan Said:

Looks nice, is that a Kalita?

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No, it's a PAICO, available here: Paico 40 oz kettle.

They used ebay to strategize their pricing structure.

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Posted Fri May 13, 2011, 2:09pm
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I bought that paico kettle from homeloo.com. It was around $33 with shipping. It comes from Hong Kong so it took about 2 weeks to get here. It works great! I got a nasty summer cold so I couldn't tell right away how the coffee was. This mornings cup was great. Some say the pour is slower than the Buono.

Before I had this kettle I just used my latte art pitcher and used a ceramic espresso plate to put on top when I wasn't pouring to keep the heat in. That works great too.

 
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Posted Sun May 15, 2011, 5:11pm
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archi Said:

I bought that paico kettle from homeloo.com. It was around $33 with shipping. It comes from Hong Kong so it took about 2 weeks to get here. It works great!

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+1 but I paid $19.99 plus $10 shipping
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Posted Sun May 15, 2011, 9:43pm
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Just a note - we carry a variety of Tiamo pour over kettles, from .7 Liter up to 1.6 Liter.  They are stainless steel, one piece body, quite heavy duty, and well balanced.  We're getting in some new styles in the next couple of weeks, in addition to the ones we already have.
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Posted Mon May 16, 2011, 4:40am
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orphanespresso Said:

Just a note - we carry a variety of Tiamo pour over kettles, from .7 Liter up to 1.6 Liter.  They are stainless steel, one piece body, quite heavy duty, and well balanced.  We're getting in some new styles in the next couple of weeks, in addition to the ones we already have.
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Hey, Barb - I think those are some fantastic kettles you guys offer, but the very point of this thread is for folks who can't (or won't) spend the coin for one of those.

 
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Posted Wed May 25, 2011, 3:08pm
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orphanespresso Said:

Just a note - we carry a variety of Tiamo pour over kettles, from .7 Liter up to 1.6 Liter.  They are stainless steel, one piece body, quite heavy duty, and well balanced.  We're getting in some new styles in the next couple of weeks, in addition to the ones we already have.
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Will you be restocking the Kalita kettles again?
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