Faster and more energy-efficient than a stovetop kettle, the Capresso H2O Select quickly heats or boils water for freshly brewed tea, French press or pour-over coffee, instant soups, instant oatmeal, rehydrating mushrooms and more.
MONTVALE, N.J. (PRWEB) October 22, 2019
With its contemporary design, an intuitive display, and an upgraded handle for greater comfort and control, the programmable Capresso H2O Select Water Kettle produces hot water on demand for any type of tea, French press or pour-over coffee and other cooking applications.
This rapid-boil 56-ounce electric kettle offers exemplary ease of use and precise digital temperature control. An illuminated LCD display offers 11 programmable settings from 110° F to 212° F. Faster and more energy-efficient than a stovetop kettle, the H2O Select quickly heats or boils water for freshly brewed tea, French press or pour-over coffee, instant soups, instant oatmeal, rehydrating mushrooms and more. A removable micro filter spout traps particles to ensure the purest serving.
The newly designed ergonomic handle adds contemporary style and function, with recessed buttons that make it easier to operate and to select the exact temperature desired. A keep-warm function can be programmed between 110° F and 190° F.
The detachable base allows the user to easily lift the kettle for cordless pouring and serving. The kettle has a heat-resistant cool-touch bottom, so it can be safely placed on a table or countertop.
Additional features include a water level window, concealed low-noise heating element, safety auto shut-off and dry boil protection. The extended boil setting can be programmed between 3 and 20 seconds, and a chlorine reducing setting adds an advanced option for taste purity.
The Capresso H2O Select features brushed stainless steel housing and gray accents, and it comes with a one year warranty.
Capresso offers innovative coffeemakers, espresso machines, grinders and other kitchen electrics for those who want the best. For more information, visit http://www.capresso.com. For recipes, visit http://www.capressoblog.com.