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Revere 2-1/3-Quart Whistling Tea Kettle

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  • Kettles come in 6-cup, 2 1/3-quart, and 3 -quart sizes.
  • Constructed of high quality stainless steel polished to a mirror finish for lasting beauty
  • Phenolic handles are cool to the touch
  • Signature copper bottoms for quick heating
  • 1-Year warranty against defects

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Revere Classic 2-1/3 Quart Whistling Tea Kettle

REVERE cookware have been part of American history since patriot and silversmith Paul Revere started making copper sheathing for naval vessels in 1801. Paul founded Revere Copper Company which evolved into Copper and Brass, Inc., the makers of Revere Ware Copper Clad Stainless Steel Cookware.

Today, REVERE cookware is one of the most recognized and preferred brands of metal rangetop cookware, known by consumers for its legendary heritage, quality and durability. With a strong commitment to consumer research and technological advancement, the REVERE cookware team constantly introduces new, innovative products adapted to changing consumer needs.

One of the first names in tea kettles, Revere offers a range of high-quality polished stainless steel models with copper bottoms for quick and even heat distribution. Polished stainlesss steel exterior is low maintenance. Traditionally styled, the kettles feature easy-grip, black phenolic handles, and whistling spouts.

  • Constructed of high quality stainless steel polished to a mirror finish for lasting beauty.
  • Phenolic handles are cool to the touch.
  • Signature copper bottom for quick heating.

One Year Limited Warranty on all Revere Tea Kettles

World Kitchen, LLC will replace any defective tea kettle within one year from the date of purchase. Warranties do not cover damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse, commercial use, or attempted repair. Also scratches, stains, discoloration, warping, pitting and damage from overheating are not covered under these warranties. The owner must follow the Safety & Usage Instructions provided with the product. Should a warranty problem develop, contact the World Kitchen office nearest you. KEEP THE PRODUCT. You may be asked to return it.

CARE AND USE

  • All Revere cookware can be used on gas and electric coil ranges. Tri-Ply / Encapsulated cookware can also be used on most smooth-top ranges. Consult the owner's manual of your range for recommended cookware.
  • BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME: Wash cookware thoroughly with hot, soapy water. Rinse and dry.
  • Oven Use: REVERE cookware can be used in a preheated oven. Phenolic handles and knobs can be used in oven up to 350 degrees F or 175 degrees C. DO NOT put in oven when self-cleaning cycle is operating.
  • Clean regularly. Clean lime or mineral deposits by combining equal amounts of water and vinegar in the tea kettle, bring to boil and simmer for 10 minutes. Rinse well. Repeat if necessary.

Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 7 x 7 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00005B5ZV
  • Item model number: 3527017
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (508 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,011 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

The quality of the kettle is backed up by the name Revere and so the kettle will last me a long time.
Scot McColl
The plastic finger lever that is used to open the spout broke off and we had to break the entire whistler off the kettle in order to pour without getting scalded.
patti
I loved my old Revere kettle so much, when I had to replace it (my fault, not the fault of the kettle), wanted another just like it.
P. Bellamy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

307 of 322 people found the following review helpful By Ideasinca on January 7, 2008
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I grew up with this kettle in the '60s and '70s. When it came time to furnish my first apartment after college in the early '80s, this is the kettle I bought for myself. Ten years later in preparation for a cross-country move, I gave it away as part of an effort to lighten my load, figuring such a classic warhorse design would be easy to replace once I'd settled in to my new location.

BIG MISTAKE.

After the designer kettle I received as a housewarming gift finally broke a couple of years ago, I was looking forward to going back to my old friend from Revereware. The kettle I bought boiled water just fine, but when it came time to pour that boiling water, it dribbled all over the counter, and all over whatever was on the counter.

Turns out there was a faulty seam where the spout attached to the kettle. I figured I had been unlucky and gotten a lemon, put up with this for awhile, then decided that I shouldn't have to and bought myself another one. Same problem all over again.

Revereware, I give up. You've lost me. I am very disappointed, not least because your old kettle was a star performer, well-designed and durable. But I give up. The angry feeling I got every time I tried to pour myself a nice cup of tea and dribbled boiling water all over the place just isn't worth it, loyalty and nostalgia notwithstanding.

(If anyone is interested, after much searching I decided that the Farberwear Tiburon 2.5 quart kettle was the best replacement. It's not perfect, but it's the best I could find and after several months of use I bought a second, on the learned-it-the-hard-way theory that you can no longer rely on a good product still being available when you need a replacement.)
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82 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Lavonne R. Smith on August 5, 2005
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The item is very similar to older Revere Tea Kettle we had. We decided to order a new one because the mechanism for opening the lid had broken.

NEGATIVE EVALUAION: THE METAL IS A MUCH LOWER GAUGE WHICH MAKES IT SEEM LIKE THE QUALITY IS LESS. BY ACTUAL WEIGHING ON A SET OF SENSITIVE SCALES, THERE IS A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE IN THE WEIGHT WITH THE NEW ONE BEING LIGHTER THAN THE OLD ONE. THE GAUGE OF THE METAL DOES NOT FAVORABLY COMPARE TO THE OLDER KETTLE.

LaVonne R. Smith fsls@adelphia.net
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72 of 77 people found the following review helpful By letterm on March 8, 2005
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I previously had the larger Revere kettle and loved it; quick to heat the water, a good loud whistle, clean pouring, etc. When it finally wore out, I went to get a new one but this 2 quart one was the only available size. Big mistake. This kettle spits out large amounts of boiling water while whistling (there's no way you can fill it to the 2 quart level; half would go all over your stovetop or, much worse, over yourself), and dribbles hot water down the base while you pour. The whistle works, at least. But it's really not a safe kettle and, as I said, I was a big fan of the Revere kettles.
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99 of 114 people found the following review helpful By R. Crane VINE VOICE on November 6, 2004
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So it is not the most beautifully designed kettle whose stylish exterior would enliven your kitchen. It also does not open and allow easy cleaning. BUT I have used mine since 1976 and it is still going strong. Never, ever had a problem with it. The whistle can be heard all over the house, so you know when the water is ready. No guess work here. It is light-weight and can be lifted and used with one hand. All of it's wonderful qualities that I took for granted were magnified for me when I recently decided to buy a new kettle. After all, 28 years warrants a new kettle, right?

I bought the Analon, which had no reviews, but looked oh-so-pretty. It is so heavy I need both hands to just lift it, when it is not filled with water! The snazzy squeezable handle that operates the spout barely opens and it is awkward to use. The whistle is almost non-existant, and the water takes forever to boil. It makes the tea preparation process a chore, not a joy.

Having learned my lesson and scouring these pages for reviews of good kettles, I decided to buy this model again. After all, it is the kettle that could perform on all the necessary levels. Tried and true.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Ana Hotaling on January 24, 2003
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I've had my little Revere kettle for more than 8 years now, and it's still going strong. It heats up water evenly, and the water doesn't bubble out the spout when the kettle whistles. The whistle isn't piercing, either, and my kids like waiting by the stove to hear the whistle since they know that means it's time for cocoa or soup or oatmeal. The only problems I've encountered are cleaning ones: It's difficult to clean inside, but a mixture of white vinegar and water swished around for a few minutes, followed by a cold water internal rinse, does the trick every couple of weeks. I've given up on keeping the copper bottom clean. I would ove it constantly shiny, but it's a pain to keep doing. And since I keep the kettle on the stove, it always gets splattered with grease, oil, sauce, and other stuff, and cleaning the kettle's surface sometimes leaves streaks. Other than that, it's a sturdy, durable kettle!
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Steven Dennis on September 4, 2001
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My only problem with tea kettles like this is that you can not get into it to clean out residue. Over time, the inside can get pretty yicky but you can't do much about it...(If anybody has any suggestions, I'd love to hear some.)
Instead we have bought a kettle with a removable top for easy cleaning, but I still miss the convenient "trigger" on the Revere.
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