Whether you're a coffee aficionado or a brewing beginner, Stagg EKG will be your countertop partner in the pursuit of a ridiculously good cup of coffee. Variable temperature control, and a stunning, minimalist design. Optional Acaia Bluetooth app connectivity with EKG+. The pour-over, perfected.
Aesthetic - Simple but powerful design - Featuring a precision pour spout - To The Degree Temperature Control: Stagg EKG's PID controller steadily maintains the perfect temperature as efficiently as possible - Quick Heat Time: A blazing fast heat time, powered by a 1200 Watt heating element means even less time spent waiting in pursuit of the perfect cup - 60 Minute Hold Mode: When the toggle on the back is switched to HOLD mode, the Stagg EKG will maintain your desired temperature in either Fahrenheit or Celsius for 60 minutes
Features - Plug: Type-B (for U.S. and Canada) - Power: 1200 Watts, 120 Volts, 50/60 Hz, 9 Amps - Material: 304 stainless steel kettle body and lid - BPA-free plastic base, handle and lid pull. Wooden handles are either Walnut or Maple - Temperature Range: 135-212 F / 57-100 C - Volume: 0.9L to the max fill line - Cord Length: 2.5 ft - Weight: 2.75 lbs/1,274 g (includes kettle base) - Product Certifications: ETL compliance, FCC certified - Cleaning: Not dishwasher safe. Wash with warm soapy water. Do not use abrasive soaps, cleaners or scouring pads
Options - Colors: Matte Black, Polished Stainless, Matte White - Also available in Polished Copper, Matte Black + Maple, Matte Black + Walnut, or Warm Pink + Maple for an additional cost
This applies to the Stagg EKG and Stagg Stovetop kettles with wooden handles & lids - both maple & walnut. Because wood is a natural product it is prone to drying out and warping. Wood components that are exposed to high heat and steam like the lid pull and handle can eventually crack or dry out (like repeatedly putting a cutting board in a dishwasher). To prevent this, we recommend periodically applying mineral oil to the lid pull & handle once per month - and buffing with a soft cloth. It’s also good practice to do this any time you notice the wood feeling especially dry.