I only have the kettle, but that and the text for coffee subscription have yet to let me down. The speed of the water heating is amazing!
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Received a Fellow Stagg EKG Electric Kettle for my wedding. It is gorgeous, and it does what it promises to do (heats water quickly to a precise temperature and keeps it there for a lengthy but safe amount of time). It costs $165, which is objectively a lot for an electric kettle, but we use it 6 times a day and it brings us joy every time.
The one complaint I'd share is that the single on/off button only works 50% of the time, and often needs to be pressed twice. Pretty significant flaw on an otherwise super sleek item.
Not only are fellow products beautiful looking they are extremely functional. They on the move mugs are the best and although they are on the expensive side they are worth every penny. I recommend them to everyone and most recently gave them as gifts to our bridal party. Truly amazing products.
I’ve had this for about a year plus. It’s been a great grinder. A little messy from time to time with static retention. But from a grinds point of view. The grind sizes you can get are good for just pour overs and above. Don’t expect to make any espressos with this grinder. The build quality is top notch and it small footprint makes it very convenient for any space. It’s REALLY quiet like it’s amazing how quiet this grinder is. This is definitely a luxury grinder. Just FYI
Burrs that go finer, stepless grind adjustments , less static retention
I ordered the black electric kettle with the pour spout online, direct from the brand. It was shipped promptly and got her in a couple days. I love that you can set the temperature to a specific degree, and that it keeps it there instead of shutting off when it boils. It heats up quickly, as quick as other comparable models. The spout does allow for precision pour and works great with my chemex to make sure the coffee blooms. It looks great on the counter.
There isn’t an easy way to measure when pouring water, although after about 10 days of using it I can eyeball how full I need it for my morning coffee. I also wish there was a click when it was at the temperature it’s set for so I know when to return to the brewing process.