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Chantal Classic Loop 1.8 Quart Teakettle, Brushed Stainless

by Chantal

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Stainless Steel
  • 1.8-quart capacity, Brushed stainless body
  • Ergonomic cool-touch handle
  • Quick, even heat distribution: Flat base for maximum contact with the burner
  • Durable stainless steel single tone whistle
  • Chantal stainless steel teakettles are perfect for all stove types, EXCEPT induction.
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Color: Stainless Steel
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000EM2X7C
  • Item model number: SL37-LOOP BRS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,137 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Color: Stainless Steel

Elegant, contemporary design and ingenious functionality make our Classic loop teakettle a favorite in the home and the design world. The brushed stainless loop teakettle garnered significant attention as well as highest honors when introduced to the market. A 2006 ADEX platinum award winner, this kettle received top marks for innovation, technological advancement, quality, aesthetics and value, which means it makes a really good cup of tea, beautifully. Crafted of heavy gauge stainless steel, this kettle’s ergonomic handle fits comfortably in the hand for easy pouring, and its pleasant whistle reminds us why we like tea so much. Chantal's stainless steel teakettles are made using premium 18/8 steel which is so pure it is free of any magnetic elements. As a result these kettles are perfect for any stovetop except magnetic induction. 1.8-qt. functional capacity. Limited warranty. Brushed stainless.

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Customer Reviews

Lovely to look at, pours beautifully and works great.
LUCY TROTTA
I just got this after buying and returning three different tea kettles of three different brands.
flyaway
Ours failed to whistle regularly and last week the plastic parts melted.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By M. Rosen on December 22, 2006
Color Name: Stainless Steel
It's a neat looking teakettle, holds a lot of water and does a great job of pouring (some don't - believe it or not). The spout cover can be locked open or held partially open and the handle stays relatively cool. Our one problem was the exact opposite of the other reviewer's: it didn't whistle at all! I blew through the little harmonica lid and it made noise (maybe not up to Bob Dylan standards, but it did make noise). We called Chantal customer service and they said it was a common problem. He told us to loosen the screw that holds the harmonica against the spout and it would seal better and whistle. So (being Mr Fixit) I took the whole thing apart, stretched the little spring that holds the harmonica down, turned the screw out a bit and now it seals better and whistles. Not deafening but clearly audible. So now it works, but the Chantal guys need to recalibrate the laser controlled high tech assembly robots at their cutting-edge manufacturing facility in Thailand. Uh-huh.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Southernwayfarer on January 24, 2007
Color Name: Stainless Steel
I just received this kettle in the mail. I've boiled three pots of water (increasing volume each time) and haven't heard a peep out of this thing. Amazing. How hard is it to sell a functional whistling kettle? Steer clear of this model. I'm sending my back.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By H. Thaens on October 16, 2006
Color Name: Onyx
This is a beautiful kettle, but I bought it mainly for its loud whistle, which WAS truly loud when I tested it. For some reason, however, it doesn't always whistle--hence...DISASTER. I didn't hear it whistle so forgot about it, it overheated, and the black plastic melted. This is the second disappointment; the first was a Copco Virtu kettle, also beautiful, which didn't whistle at all because it was too loosely assembled. I will now have to spend almost $100 to get a kettle I can trust--one made of ALL stainless steel--no plastic.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By B. Petnick on March 4, 2007
Color Name: Stainless Steel
Nice tea kettle. I find that if I place the lid carefully so that it seats and clicks in, the whistle will work, otherwise there is not enough steam pressure to create the (albeit unusual) whistle sound.

Part II--A month after i wrote the above, the whistle went totally silent. I've tried to fix it but I'm not as handy as the guy who wrote that he took the whole thing apart. I have a million things to take care of and--call me crazy--I expect my tea kettle to more or less take care of itself.

I'm taking it back. C'est tout! I can't change my rating on this form but I would have to give it no stars at all.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Glenn Doroshenko on October 31, 2008
Color Name: Chili Red
The craftsmanship of this kettle is outstanding. Paint is thick and rich, will change its shade a bit with temperature. The whistle is different here, it sounds more like locomotive signal - loud and low frequency. I used it on a gas stove and whistling nose lid (made of plastic) burned at the bottom a bit jamming the whistling element, and now lid does not close tight, therefore - no whistling. Looks like this kettle was designed with electrical cooker in mind.
The main lid tends to get stuck half way when I close it, allowing steam to escape, which leads to no whistling.
The handle is ergonomically located slightly on a back for no-strain pouring and is always cool enough to touch.
Time to boil is slightly longer due the spherical shape of this kettle.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Christopher T. Dahle on July 20, 2009
Color Name: Chili Red Verified Purchase
Added October 11, 2013. At the risk of jinxing it, I am raising my rating to five stars. After more than 4 years of at least daily use, this remains a great teakettle. Below, in my original review, I expressed some annoyance about drips from the spout, but this just has not been a problem. Pretty weird to be excited about a teakettle, but this one really is great.

Original Review below:

I have to remember that it's JUST a teakettle. We bought it for the fun color and the happy sounding whistle. It heats water. The lid fastens securely so you don't have to worry about it falling off and letting hot water splash all over. The handle feels securely mounted and you can pour hot water with one hand and not get scalded.

I just wish there was a silicone gasket on the pour spout because condensate is able to drip from the whistle and does so until the water in the kettle completely cools. This is very annoying if you are a neat-freak, which, really, I am not. But still, it's annoying to have to wipe up, and since we have lots of minerals in our water, I can see that there will soon be a crust of mineral precipitate underneath the pour spout, just like on every other tea kettle I've ever owned.

Edited on May 20, 2011 to add: After two years, the condensate/dripping problem predicted above has not manifested itself. See the comments below.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Elias Clark on May 16, 2007
Color Name: Stainless Steel
I have had this Tea Kettle for about 1 year and this second time the whistle won't blow. Burns up if you can't hear the whistle. Followed all the recommendations about lid, etc. and it doesn't blow. Had it replaced by Chantal and this is the second one that won't blow. Back to the drawing board. They can't blame us for not being able to operate a tea kettle, but maybe it takes a genius to boil water after all.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By T. Boone on August 10, 2009
Color Name: Stainless Steel
I purchased this tea kettle based on aesthetics since I was not familiar with the brand. The handle gets too hot to touch with your bare hand, even just before the water reaches boiling point. You will burn yourself before you make it to your cup. Do not spend the $50 on this poorly designed tea kettle and demand better design for the money. Mine is quickly going back for a refund.
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