Dangit, I snapped the handle of our gooseneck kettle off one of its two fastening points this morning.

I can't fault the durability of the thing: we've had it for years and used it *a lot*, much more than I originally expected we would.

It looks like replacing it will be a bit of a chore: none of the shops nearby seem to have any stock and prices online are like 60% above MSRP. I'll try repairing it first, of course, but there isn't much surface area for glue to bind to. Fingers crossed.

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(Just got another one of the same model we had before. We got about 7-8 good years of service from the last one and most of the components are still good; it's just the carafe handle that failed. I'm dismayed that I couldn't find just that one replacement part, but optimistic that in the future I might be able to.)

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@gnomon new kettle: GET! and now you have a spare parts supply :D

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