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I don't think you need to even be close to that pricey
 

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Suggestions (under 2k) for a goose neck electric pour over kettle.
The bonavita has good reviews on review sites and on Amazon
 

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@Piobaire

It probably matters how much coffee you're making. If you're making single cups the Bonavita is nice. I have one that is 10 years old and there is some leaking that is starting where the spout meets the body. I got my girlfriend an OXO cordless, which is much larger with a wider mouth to pour faster and a larger amount of water. It is better if you're making multi-cup French Press coffee, or a larger amounts of coffee.
 

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Ordered a gooseneck Corsori this morning.
 

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You've already ordered the kettle, but in case anyone else is wondering, I like Fellow's kettle. Not the most expensive one with the silly Bluetooth integration (EKG+), but the next one down (EKG).
 

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First morning with pour over coffee. Kicking myself in the ass for not doing this decades ago. The difference in richness and depth of flavour is several magnitudes.
 

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First morning with pour over coffee. Kicking myself in the ass for not doing this decades ago. The difference in richness and depth of flavour is several magnitudes.
It's really is awesome. And it's the best for light and medium roasts
 

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First morning with pour over coffee. Kicking myself in the ass for not doing this decades ago. The difference in richness and depth of flavour is several magnitudes.
What brewing device are you using?
Next biggest impact on coffee flavors will be with the grinder you use. Huge/deep rabbit hole. I have 6 grinders now.
 
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I don't drink coffee or tea, that's how ahead of the game I am.
Any other redbull fanatics?
 

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I gotta get off this damn website, I was looking into pour over set-ups today bored at work, been reading through this thread.

Though I have been in the market for a while for a proper espresso set-up, just don't feel like spending the money for another novelty item to take up counter top space
 

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I gotta get off this damn website, I was looking into pour over set-ups today bored at work, been reading through this thread.

Though I have been in the market for a while for a proper espresso set-up, just don't feel like spending the money for another novelty item to take up counter top space
Then invest in a quality hand grinder which can be very useful for portable pourovers aswell. I suggest looking into the Kinu M47 or its cheaper variants (which will give you pretty much the same grind quality).
 

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