Hario Buono V60 Electric Kettle!
We've gotten confirmation from our distributor of Hario products that they're bringing in, among other things, an electric version of the Buono V60 water kettle. As someone that loves the pouring qualities of the kettle, I often find myself heating water in another electric kettle first, then transferring that water to the Buono.
Transfer no longer needed!
We're not certain about when we'll get this in, but we'll definitely let you know as soon as it happens. Based on the model numbers, I'm guessing the electric comes in a smaller size, but I'm not sure. We'll know more soon.
After much anticipation, Hario's Electric Buono is now available for purchase!
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