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Cuissential SlickBoil: Collapsible Silicone Tea Kettle (Red)

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  • A stylish, modern take on the Classic Stovetop Tea Kettle
  • Collapses to under 2.5 inches to take up as little space as possible
  • Perfect for campers, hikers, RV owners, and anyone who wants to limit Kitchen Clutter
  • Made with a sturdy Silicone Body and Stainless Steel Base
  • Boils up to 4 cups of water with style
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Product Description

Are you looking for a kettle that will boil you water without taking up precious space in your kitchen, camper, or backpack? Look no further than the SlickBoil by Cuissential. Collapsing to under 2.5 inches, the SlickBoil takes up the least amount of real estate of any kettle and has a sleek design that will look great on your kitchen counter. The SlickBoil boils up to 4 cups of water which is more than enough for your tea, coffee, hot cocoa, soup, noodles, and more. Whether you are a camper, hiker, RV owner, or looking for something that takes up little space for your apartment or office, the SlickBoil will do the best job while looking stylish in the process. (If using over a flame, do not let the flame exceed the Stainless Steel base and come in contact with the Silicone Body)

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • ASIN: B006BA7MM2
  • Item model number: CUSKBOL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #167,732 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By JJCEO #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on January 22, 2013
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This is a unique concept and ideal for those people who love boating, camping or RV camping. It is a fully functional teapot that collapses down to 2.5 inches in height and it is easy to carry or store in a small kitchen. It does not have a whistle on it so it should always be monitored but it does work extremely well. I have attached a small video for your information.

In my video I boil 4 cups of water on an electric stove and the stainless steel base transfers heat very quickly and the water reached boiling in only minutes. The pot was stable when carrying it and pouring but in an accident it could collapse so for that reason I recommend that children not handle it. You should also make sure that any flame from a fire or gas stove should not go beyond the diameter of the stainless steel base and come in contact with the silicone body.

This pot actually heated water to boiling faster than our other pots and pans and it worked extremely fast. My wife and I liked this product and we recommend it to you. We rated it as a 5 star product.

I was supplied a sample for test and evaluation and I promised to give a fair and honest review.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jj on September 2, 2012
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First let me say that I LOVE gadgets! I am an absolute sucker for well made, useful products that make my life easier in a clever way. I have a relatively small storage space in my RV under the cook top, and wanted something compact, unbreakable (under normal use) and well made to warm my coffee water in the morning (I have a drip-type coffee maker cone). When I got it, I was a bit concerned that the red part would melt when placed on the open flame of my cook top. I cautiously used it for the first time and was blown away with how well it worked and how quickly the water heated. No strange taste from the rubber-like material either. It stores and unfolds quickly, so that when I want to whip it out and make a cup of tea, NO PROBLEM. Very sturdy too. Makes me smile every time I use it! I would love to meet the person who invented it! Just TOO COOL!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 20, 2013
If you're tight on space, or simply want to neaten up clutter, the Cuissential Collapsible Tea Kettle lets you boil water easily - and then the tea kettle squashes down into a tiny flat shape.

The unit is made of silicone with a metal base and plastic handle. The kettle pops open quite easily and is sturdy once open. I.e. it won't self-collapse :).

We have a Maytag smooth-top electric range. So there are electric burners beneath a smooth flat surface. On that it takes eight minutes to heat up four cups of water. We have two-cup mugs so that way we each can have a cup of tea.

In comparison, in the microwave we tend to do a two-cup measuring cup run for one person, in two minutes, and then a two-cup run for the other person. We use the measuring cup so the mug itself doesn't heat up, and therefore is easier to hold afterwards.

On one hand, that means the electric burner takes twice as long as the microwave does to make the water hot. On the other hand, though, I'm reading that experiments done by the Home Energy Magazine find that an electric burner uses 25% less electricity than a microwave in this situation. So it's more environmentally friendly.

One down side on the tea kettle - there's no whistle. So I have to set the microwave timer to go off in eight minutes when the water will be done. And then I have to run over quickly so the water doesn't get too hot (i.e. turn into a super-rolling-boil). With the microwave it's fine if I linger before attending to the beep.

Another tea kettle down side. Because of its compact design, the handle is in close to the body. Meaning when I pour the tea the hot steam comes right up into my hand.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By David Sill on June 25, 2012
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We wanted a tea kettle for our boat, but did not have room for one. We saw a review for this collapsible tea kettle and thought it was worth a try. It is perfect. Works as advertised. Is just the right size for the two of us for our morning coffee. Stores in places where a regular kettle would not fit. We have an Illinois address but actually live on our sailboat on the Chesapeake and south to Florida in the winter.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Frosty on July 1, 2012
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I use this pot on our sailboat. I needed to boil water for a French Press coffee maker. It's well made and is so easy to store. I've been showing it to all our boating friends!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Aussie Kelly on April 1, 2012
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Great light camping accessory. No taste impacts - I use for tea with RO water so I would taste it. I have 2 one for camping gear and one for at home - like that it compresses and takes up little space in my cupboard at home too. I got rid of the bulky stainless kettle that took way longer to heat the same amount of water. Base conducts well and heats quickly. If you keep the flame to the size to the base the handle is never hot. I would love to see a larger version as a billy/pot.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John L Murphy TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 20, 2013
In this coffee-dominant culture, it's nice that we tea drinkers can take such a kettle along to another place we might stay where a teakettle is not stored. Commonly, I cannot find a tea kettle and I may have to use a saucepan to heat water, or microwave a cup. Neither runaround is ideal.

Cuissential offered me a chance to review this, and as previous reviewers agree, I wish it had a whistle. I am used at home to an electric kettle; this SlickBoil collapsible silicone tea kettle takes longer to heat to boiling. You have to keep visual contact with it until enough steam rises.

It's noteworthy or a miracle of technology that the metal bottom does not retain heat when taken off post-boil, but that the lower parts of the silicon itself are hotter. So is the handle when held right off the range with boiling water. Care is needed, and the trick is to lift the black handle's part so the bottom one tucks up/ in and locks the lid safely. However, the pour spout for safety is small, and gravity and a sharp tilt is needed to pour the water into a cup, so watch it.

I wish instructions (there are only these international symbols on the box and under the kettle base) were included so one could figure out how to wash it (with soap? dishwasher? by hand? with or without detergent?)--let alone what the symbols denote! A slight rubber-burnt smell persists but I reckon this will fade with use. Overall, this is a valuable addition to either a tiny space on a kitchen shelf or in a small apartment, a place in luggage, or a vacation take along product.
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