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Pino Digital Kettle Pro - 50 oz. (1.5 L)

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Pino Digital Kettle Pro - 50 oz. (1.5 L)
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SKU: ST-8715

Features of the Pino Digital Kettle Pro:

  • Holds 50 oz. (1.5 L) of water
  • Heats water to a desired temperature and then maintains that temperature
  • Digital Display shows water temperature
  • Made from quality stainless steel
  • This is the new Pino ST-8715 Brushed Steel Model. The ST-8706 and ST-8708 Polished Steel are no longer produced by Pino.
  • Set kettle digitally to heat up to a desired temperature.
  • Digital controller maintains a constant temperature with +3% variation.
  • 360 degree access for easy lifting and replacing of the kettle onto its base.
  • Concealed stainless steel 1000 Watt heating base detaches easily and makes for safe cleaning of kettle.
  • "No Water" protection turns the unit off if there is no water remaining in the kettle.
  • Easy-to-see water gauge indicates water level in the kettle.
  • Boils two cups of water in 120 seconds.
  • 90 days limited manufacturer warranty.

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Manufacturer: Pino
Model: ST-8715
Volume: 50 oz. (1.5 L)
Weight: 3 lbs.


Pino is a California Corporation located in Los Gatos, California. Their objective is to make life simpler through innovative Small Home Appliances that simplify life. Pino is a fast growing company and that growth is largely due to a commitment to quality products. Pino kettles have a variety of uses, but are especially designed for coffee and tea brewing. With their quick heating and digital temperature control, Pino kettles allow the home user to cut down their preparation time and brew at the perfect temperature.
Pino Digital Kettle Pro - 50 oz. (1.5 L) is rated 1.6667 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It turns out that this product is awful In addition to the problems I noted in my original review, my kettle just died today (just a few weeks outside the 90 day warranty). It gave off a burning plastic smell, and stopped heating. I opened the bottom of the kettle and one of the electrical cords had burned through the other. My experience with this product is awful, and my experience getting any help from Pino isn't much better. I suggest getting one of the Bonavita variable temperature electric kettle. I haven't tried it yet, but it has to be better than this junk.
Date published: 2013-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stopped working at four months. My daughter sent this to me so I would heat water in stainless steel. At four months when I turned it on, the gauge indicated that the water was hot and shut it off. When I e-mailed the company they only said to ship it to them and they would let me know how much it would cost to fix it.
Date published: 2014-04-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Alright, somewhat frustrating... This is a decent enough kettle. However, the temperature control isn't quite as accurate as I'd hoped, and Pino's customer service isn't the best. It features a 90-day limited warranty (which excludes the cost of shipping to & from their facility). My kettle came with a slow leak between the base and main part of the kettle, which I noticed within a few days of acquiring it. Despite the skimpy warranty, I thought there was a good chance that after they realized the situation was an obvious manufacturing defect they might cover the shipping to get the kettle repaired anyway. When I asked if they would, the fellow from Pino replied a bit rudely, "No, we don't cover the costs of shipping. Just like when you buy something defective from a store in town & return it, you don't ask them to cover the costs of driving it back to the store." That's a different situation for a number of reasons that are obvious. So the kettle actually wound up costing me $13 more (in shipping for a warranty repair), and it took a month after receiving the defective kettle to actually get a working one. If you have a problem with Pino's products, expect to pay for it yourself. As far as the temp. accuracy goes, the kettle significantly overshoots the target temperature (by around 7-10 degrees depending on where you set the temp) upon first heating & reheating. It's more accurate to say it floats +/- 10-degrees around a set temperature than actually maintains the set temperature. This is less of a problem when there's a lot of water in the kettle, but still inconvenient. All in all, if I had known this would be my experience with Pino and their kettle, I would have opted for the Bonavita variable temperature kettle instead. So it goes.
Date published: 2012-09-15