A kettle like a Hario Buono with a thin spout is a very important tool to use when doing pour over brewing. It's built pretty tough. You can transfer hot water into it or boil water right inside. The Buono is one of those standard tools you see in most cafes that do pour over.
If you want to get good results from pour-over brewing, you need to control the flow of water, you need a tool to master a pouring technique. You will need this Buono stainless steel kettle or a Buona Vita Electric Kettle. Although we haven't tried it, Hario's website says it will work with an induction stovetop. We normally just transfer hot water into it right before pouring. If you choose to boil your water inside of the Buono, be careful, since we have heard of the spout turning into a water fountain if the kettle is left to over-boil.
If you want to brew in a Hario V-60 type dripper, or even in a Chemex, you should consider this.