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Chantal Stainless Steel Classic Teakettle, 1.8 Quart

by Chantal
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List Price: $120.00
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Stainless
  • 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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Product Details

Color: Stainless
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 7.2 x 8.2 inches ; 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00004RD9Q
  • Item model number: SL37-19
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,483 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Stainless

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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

Product Description

SL37-19 Features: -Color:Silver -Distressed:No -Pattern:Solid. Dimensions: -Overall Height - Top to Bottom:8 -Overall Width - Side to Side:7 -Overall Depth - Front to Back:8 -Overall Product Weight:3


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Customer Reviews

Then, my three year journey began.
K. Whitmire
The handle gets too hot to touch (of course we quickly misplaced the little insulated handle cover that came with the kettle).
A. Benenson
I write this review telling future buyers that if you are an occasional teakettle user, this thing will burn your hand.
K. Hsiang

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Occasional Reviewer on November 17, 2000
Color Name: 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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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By jdmomto3 on October 4, 2007
Color Name: Copper Plated
This teakettle is the most "high maintenance" item I have in my kitchen. At this price, I expected a much better protective coating on the copper. I realize that copper does need to be tended to, but this kettle looks terrible all the time. I have been very careful to wipe it dry whenever I use it, but one drop that I missed left a black spot that still is noticeable, no matter how much I polish. And the first time I used the recommended polish to give it an allover clean up, the color changed dramatically -- it doesn't even look like the same kettle. And now, it needs to be completely polished EVERY DAY. Do not buy this copper kettle! Before I had to replace it, I had the black version, and it lasted me 10 years. Chantal's customers deserve better than this. This one is definitely not worth the money.
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43 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Larch Hill on February 22, 2006
Color Name: Stainless Verified Purchase
For two or three times the price of an equally attractive and useful kettle I fell for the Chantal whistler. What was I think? Once again you don't always get what you pay for. The design, especially of the heavy wire handle suggests that the form actually functions, in this case to dissipate heat and make the handle cool enough to lift. Alas, no: you have to dress the handle in an asbestos-appearing little pot holder that comes with the kettle. One more thing to misplace, one more layer of complexity in the early morning routine. And filling or pouring isn't a breeze either. As for the whistle - anyone can whistle - better. And the whistle mechanism frequently fails due to moisture buildup. Come on Chantal - it's a kettle and there's bound to be steam: that's the point for goodness sake! And it isn't a perky little kettle whistle nor is it a romantic foghorn. It's a ho-hum harmonica at best. OXO makes a much better whistling kettle that fills and pours far more reliably and accurately and has a heat protected easy grip handle - at 40% of the cost. Chantal, for all its design pretense is ultimately poorly designed. It's not a kettle I'd recommend.
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34 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 18, 2007
Color Name: Copper Plated
5 stars for beauty but 2 stars for functionality:

This tea kettle is expensive and totally gorgeous. I have a high-end, 48" stainless steel range and I can't imagine any kettle looking more beautiful on it. However, this kettle is severely limited in functionality.

1) The "Harmonic Whistle" sounds like a train that is nagging at you when it does work, but that is only half the time. As I write this the kettle is boiling but it isn't whistling.

2) The handle can NOT be touched after you have boiled water. Think about this for a minute - they designed a tea pot of all things with a handle that will BURN you. There are high tech metals that can be used, there is silicon that can be used, there is this super high-tech material called "wood" that can also be used to prevent the handle from burning your hand. Instead, in this case you need to remember to use a dish towel or an oven mitt or else say hello to a second degree burned.
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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By J. A. Nash on April 13, 2009
Color Name: Copper Plated
I owned the white version of this kettle for a good 10 years when things started flaking off the inside. It was probably just build-up that I could have boiled away with water and vinegar, but I didn't investigate too closely because I'd been eying this copper beauty. After less than two years, it looks more like an old crone. You have to polish it for it to look decent, but, since it's copper plate, polishing seems to be taking off the copper. I can now see silver underneath..

As for function, it heats up quickly, the whistle works, and it's a great size. However, as several reviewers have pointed out, the handle is too hot to touch without an oven mitt after you've boiled water. And I want a bit more than function. I use a kettle several times a day, and it never leaves my stovetop except to be cleaned. So I also want something that looks nice. This ain't it.

I like these kettles, despite the too-high price, which may keep me from buying another.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By OC Doc on December 4, 2010
Color Name: Stainless
Have had this teakettle for over five years with perfect service. Earlier, I had a blue enamel Chantal from Williams-Sonoma, and the interior enamel began flaking off. W-S is known for excellent customer service and cheerfully allowed me to replace it with this model (plus the difference in price between the two models, about $30 at the time).

The kettle came with a handle-shaped pot holder-like sleeve for using the handle after boiling water. However, the salesperson and the user manual both warned that the holder is NOT safe to leave on the pot while heating: you slip it on only when the pot is boiling, and you remove it immediately after use (between use, you can store it on the kettle handle). Seems like an after-thought workaround.

Earlier this year, I saw the same kettle at the home of a relative. She had a silicone handle on her kettle handle that apparently is safe for use when heating. I didn't take the time to note whether this was a specific Chantal product or whether she adapted a silicone pot handle from another manufacturer (e.g. Le Cruset or Cuisinart). It's a shame Chantal does not provide a silicone holder instead of the less than ideal holder supplied with the kettle. One star deduction for the pot holder issue, otherwise a great product.
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