Victoria wrote: ↑
Thu Jun 20, 2019 6:19 pm
I forgot about the Hold button, maybe a good feature for higher temperature settings (although maybe not if it's continuously boiling), but not good for lower temps since the kettle seems to continue to heat past whatever temp setting is applied. If I'm aiming for 155F I'll set it at 154F or 153F so it doesn't get too hot for Japanese greens.
Mine does that also, but it just overshoots and stays a few degrees above the temp I set. I usually use the 140° Preset and then use a pitcher to cool it down a bit on the way to the teapot. Anyway, handling the kettle with its gooseneck spout cured my injured shoulder.