[Homeroast] Aeropress and BPA/Now non-plastic hot pot
edras at uwyo.edu
Thu Feb 4 10:31:51 CST 2010
The Hamilton Beach has an electric heating element built into the pot. The pot sits on a base which is plugged into the AC and has contacts that connect the pot to the electricity. It takes a couple of minutes or so to reach boiling, depending on the amount of water in the pot (it holds up to a liter), at which point the pot shuts off automatically. You can then lift the pot off the base, leaving the cord behind, and walk across the room to fill your cup or whatever.
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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Aeropress and BPA/Now non-plastic hot pot
I am looking for an electric kettle that has no plastic. I have looked into
glass -- and it seems that everything has problems with the situation.
Plastic somewhere. I realize there is no way to get ourselves separated from
plastic. I do the best I can and try to keep plastic and heat away from what
I consume. So, is the Hamilton Beach for the stovetop? I want something for
travel. I use stainless steel on my stovetop but want something for an on
the go type of thing. Thank you for responding!
On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 9:33 AM, Edward Rasmussen <edras at uwyo.edu> wrote:
> I use a Hamilton Beach cordless kettle that I got at Target. It's all
> stainless steel except for the sight gauge that shows the water level in the
> pot and that's some sort of plastic.
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