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BoilingBeeper™ | Boiling Water Reinvented

by Anders » Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:05 pm

Hello!

I wanted to share a new device that will be launching on Kickstarter next month!

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BoilingBeeper™
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It answers the question we face every time we boil water- When will the water start boiling?

BoilingBeeper™ simply floats in the pot and beeps when it's hot!

We are looking for feedback and help to bring this unique kitchen gadget to life. For more information feel free to post a question or visit our website and check out our video: https://boilingbeeper.com/

Thanks!
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by hyperstarter » Mon Oct 23, 2017 11:43 am

Cool but how would this work as opposed to a kettle or a water machine with a heater.

Also is this clean? Where would it be stored if not in use?
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by Anders » Wed Oct 25, 2017 7:34 pm

The BoilingBeeper is for an open pot of water, where a kettle is specific to tea. It depends on the consumer of where they would like to store it. Personally, I keep it in my kitchen utensil drawer where everything else I cook with is stored.

Thanks for the question!
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by hyperstarter » Wed Oct 25, 2017 7:45 pm

A kettle isn't just specific for tea though, plus a water machine that dispenses hot water is different too. An alternative to your device is steam, bubbling water or even dipping a finger into the water?

I just felt having an item bobbling around your water didn't seem that hygenic and reminds me of those small egg timers that change colour when eggs are fully boiled.

Good luck with it though.
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