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Chantal Stainless Steel Classic Teakettle, 1.8 Quart

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  • 1-4/5-quart capacity; durable stainless-steel body and components
  • Aluminum core sandwiched within flat bottom for efficient heat conduction
  • Can be used on ceramic, glass, and induction stovetops
  • Extra-large lid opening for easy cleaning; Hohner harmonica whistle plays two notes
  • Dishwasher-safe; moveable parts are replaceable for a lifetime of use
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Color Stainless Silver Matte Copper Plated
Material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel stainless steel Copper
Dimensions 8.25 inches x 9 inches x 7.25 inches 9.75 inches x 8 inches x 9.75 inches 7.48 inches x 9.61 inches x 8.07 inches 9 inches x 10.25 inches x 10.25 inches
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Color: Stainless

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This classic tea kettle by Chantal is the perfect marriage of timeless design and impeccable quality. Featuring a stainless steel handle and an air-tight lid, the body is made with 18/10 stainless steel with a beautiful polished finish. The spout lid also features a harmonica whistle for a pleasant alert that your water is boiling. Dishwasher safe for easy cleaning, all of its moving parts are under a manufacturer's lifetime manufacturer warranty.

7-1/2" L x 9" W x 7" H, with a 2.5 quart capacity

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This solidly built, classic-looking teakettle says you're serious about your tea. The bright stainless-steel finish makes the kettle an eye-pleasing focal point on the stovetop. Even more of an attention-getter is the two-tone harmonica whistle--an amusing reminder to the household that the water is boiling and ready to pour. The flat aluminum base ensures that water heats quickly, and the lid with its black rubber gasket keeps the heat in. The boldly curved metal handle and other metal parts can get quite warm, so use a potholder when picking the kettle up and flipping up the whistle. The lid opening is large enough to make cleaning easy. --Dale Steinke

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Color: Stainless
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 7.2 x 8.2 inches ; 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00004RD9Q
  • Item model number: SL37-19
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (210 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,596 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Chantal’s Classic Stainless Steel Teakettle

Chantal’s Classic Teakettle rocketed to popularity when introduced 30 years ago. The accolades continue for this timeless Chantal original, sure to remain a design icon and home favorite for the foreseeable future. Crafted of durable, heavy-gauge stainless steel, the immediately recognizable shape and characteristic handle say it’s Chantal. Featuring Chantal's exclusive two-tone harmonica whistle, this kettle doesn’t just whistle – it sings! The smooth, flat base creates maximum contact for rapid boiling, and the extra-large opening allows for easy cleaning and handling. Chantal teakettles are perfect for all stove types, including induction.

1.8 qt. functional capacity.

Chantal’s Classic Enamel-On-Steel Teakettle, Indigo Blue

This kettle is part of Chantal’s Classic Series which includes the finest teakettles from our collection. Each design offers incomparable elegance and is designed for exceptional use. Featuring Chantal's exclusive two-tone harmonica whistle, this kettle doesn’t just whistle – it sings! The smooth, flat base creates maximum contact for rapid boiling, and the extra large opening allows for easy cleaning and handling. Includes quilted mitt for your convenience. Enamel-on-Steel teakettles are made with magnetic carbon steel which means they will work on all cooktops including induction. 1.8 qt. functional capacity.

Premium stainless steel Two-Tone Harmonica whistle designed exclusively for Chantal.

Easy-clean Enamel-On-Steel guaranteed not to fade, with 1.8 qt. functional capacity.

Flat, wide base for rapid boiling.

Premium "broiler" enamel lining provides extra durability for long-term performance.


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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Michela on December 21, 2000
Color: Chili Red
The Chantal 2 1/2-quart teakettle is not only aesthetically pleasing but is also energy efficient because it heats water to the boiling point in a short period of time. I bought a Chantal teakettle when it first came on the market, and I have used it on a Jenn-aire ceramic stovetop, a gas burner range, and an electric range--all with good results for heating water quickly. However, I have had to ask Chantal to replace my teakettle twice because of rust on the inside near the lid. Also the lid would become stuck in place and impossible to remove, so I would fill it with water through the pouring spout. The charming two-tone Hohner "harmonica" top of the spout has stopped playing on the one I have now. I think the reason for the problems with the Chantal teakettle have everything to do with the hardness of one's water. Yet, I love this teakettle so much that I will replace it myself if I must.
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Occasional Reviewer on November 17, 2000
Color: Stainless Verified Purchase
... start with a Chantal tea kettle. After having purchased tea kettles that didn't whistle consistently even when full (the OXO Good Grips Uplift for one), it is nice to finally have one that does. No longer do I have to worry about putting the kettle on and forgetting about it! The water is heated very quickly, and it has a nice sounding harmonica whistle that is just the right loudness. I have a gas stove and the handle did get hot. Another reviewer had a good idea about using a pot handle hotpad (the Woolworks wool one fits well), but the handle cools so quickly that I find that I usually don't even use it. This is the nicest looking tea kettle that I've seen. Even though it is 2.5 quarts it's not as big and clumsy as some of the others. One look at the bottom of this kettle, and you know that it is sturdy, sturdy, sturdy! Most definitely a high quality kettle.
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46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Mark Colan TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 15, 2005
Color: Cobalt Blue
UPDATE 1: After 5 years of use, the harmonica came out of the cap, so it no longer signals boiling water. For this price, it should have lasted at least 10 years.

UPDATE 2: After 6 years of use, the spring-loaded spout no longer flips out of the way. Pouring water is clumsy at best without a way of having it out of the way and staying there. The kettle is still pretty, and I loved the harmonica when it worked, but we will get a cheaper, larger one and throw this one out.

This 1.8 qt teakettle is a bit small, maybe 2/3 the size of a typical teakettle. One kettle of boiling water is not enough for morning tea for the two of us, as it was with earlier kettles.

PROS: stylish; nice choice of colors; reasonably well-made; unique harmonica whistle which is the main reason for paying a higher price; includes mitt for easy handling (see CONS).

CONS: expensive; smallish size; enamel can chip on enamel kettles; must use mitt on the metal handle when pouring hot water (or wait until it cools).

The whistle blows at a good volume, so we can hear it from the second floor when it boils in the kitchen. The two-note harmonica sound is much more pleasant than the shrill whistle of a traditional kettle, but ours is a bit dissonant, not a chord; this seems to vary from kettle to kettle, judging by other reports. It starts with one steady note, gets louder, then the second note comes in.

Because the kettle is smallish, the base is a bit smaller too, and we cannot turn the flame up full force without having it lick up the sides. Still, it seems to boil water fairly fast, about right for its smaller size.
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40 of 44 people found the following review helpful By "michele-moi" on June 19, 2000
Color: Chili Red
I have had my Chantal Teakettle for approximately 14 years (it is blue, however, instead of red). It has performed perfectly and still looks as new as the day it was purchased and given a home. Unlike other tea kettles I have owned, it has remained not only as beautiful but as strong as when it was new. Others I have had, have deteriorated in a short amount of time. I truly think this one will last a lifetime. I highly recommend it and how easy to be able to order it here.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Jill on May 5, 2000
Color: Cobalt Blue
We got tired of cheap, flimsy teakettles burning through the bottom and corroding on the inside after a couple of years normal use. When we got our Chantal Kettle over 10 years ago we could feel the difference in the heavy guage steel with a hard porcelain enamel finish. In 10 years of daily use this kettle has had lots of abuse and still looks like new. No discoloration, no corrosion anywhere. The Hohner Harmonica whistle is music to my ears and the insulated stainless handle makes it easy to lift the kettle without a pot holder (unless overheated on a gas flame!). We often give these as gifts and find that people treasure them for years and years. Anyway, the teakettle of choice for Jerry Seinfeld's kitchen is good enough for me
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ocular/Orbital Surgeon VINE VOICE on January 3, 2006
Color: Cobalt Blue
I bought this kettle as a gift to myself for the holidays. This has been an excellent kettle so far. I only boil water for tea in it, about twice a day, and so far no problems. It boils water quickly. The whistle (which sounds like a harmonica..very cool) works every time, and is loud enough to hear anywhere in my house. The whistle flips up easily, and stays up. It feels solid and well constructed. No chipping of the enamel at all (knock on wood).

To address a few issues as to why some reviewers may have complained.

#1 Do not overfill it. The whistle will work.

#2 It has a metal handle, duh, it will be hot, so use a mitt. Just like when you handle your pots on the stove.

#3 It is a teakettle, not a pot, so boil water in it, not soup, not hot chocholate. It is normally quite easy to clean.

Lastly, this is one sharp looking tea kettle. A lady at the store told me that Chantal actually makes a handle cover for like $3.00 if you call the 1-800 number on the tag.
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