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Revere 3-1/2-Quart Copper Bottom Teakettle

by Revere

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  • 3-1/2-quart teakettle for boiling water
  • Constructed of high-quality stainless-steel polished to a mirror finish
  • Phenolic handles are cool to the touch
  • Signature copper bottoms for quick heating
  • Trigger opens lid for pouring and refilling; 1-year warranty


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 9 x 8 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000CBINT
  • Item model number: 3535017
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (250 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,787 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Designed with a retro look, this tea kettle is similar to Revere's original copper-bottom cookware that was so popular in the 1950s but offers updated materials and a lighter weight. The kettle is made of durable and brilliantly polished 18/10 stainless steel and has a copper bottom for excellent heat conductivity. The kettle holds a maximum capacity of 3-1/2 quarts of water, equivalent to six 3-1/2-cup servings, and has a whistle in its spout that sounds when water is boiling. The kettle's handle is made of phenolic plastic, which stays cool during boiling and has a fingertip trigger that pulls to up the lid for pouring or refilling with water. This kettle should be hand-washed and the copper bottom will require polishing in order to maintain its brilliant luster. This kettle is covered under a one-year warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde

Product Description

Revere 3-1/2-Quart Copper Bottom Tea Kettle. One of the first names in tea kettles, Revere offers a range of high-quality polished stainless steel models with copper bottoms for fast heating. Traditionally styled, the kettles feature easy-grip, black phenolic handles, whistling spouts and trigger mechanism for easy and safe pouring. Each of the kettles is embossed with Paul Revere's signature.

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Customer Reviews

I've seen old Paul Revere kettles last for 30 years or more but this one is not cut from the same stuff.
hoorejo
It isn't bad enough for me to recommend you search elsewhere for a good quality, serve-the-purpose, heat fast and well, look-nice kettle.
Purpledog
I searched local stores for an exact replacement and was disappointed that I could not find this model anywhere - too bad.
ursa minor

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

158 of 167 people found the following review helpful By Mark Baker HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 29, 2004
Size Name: 3-1/2-quart
In the market for a good tea kettle? Then look no further.
When the time came for me to get a tea kettle, this was the one I looked for. I grew up with this one in the house, and it's just as great for my needs. Ok, being single, 3.5 quarts may be a bit bigger then I normally use, but I just add as much water as I need and set it on the stove. The water heats quickly. Steam sets off a whistle in the spout, and it can be heard with ease in any part of the house.
I looked at other Revere kettles, but found their handles and spout openers to be rather flimsy. Not so, here. This kettle will last for quite awhile.
As always, Revere has made a wonderful product. It's so easy, even this bachelor has no problem heating water.
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68 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Red Sipper on January 21, 2010
The Revere Teakettle was once an icon. Once!
I grew up with it. I bought it as an adult several times.
I just bought one again in late 2009 to replace one I dropped
by accident and broke the trigger.
The new one was definitely of cheaper manufacturing. The metal
seemed thinner. Reading the box I notice that they now produce
it in China. Nothing wrong w/ China, but the manufacturing of
this tea kettle sucked. Within a week this new Revere Teakettle
started leaking along the bottom rim joint.
Contacting customer service a Revere's website resulted in zero response.
Too bad. It's a great design, but doesn't work
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70 of 77 people found the following review helpful By J. Dormont on November 27, 2005
Size Name: 3-1/2-quart Verified Purchase
When I became hooked on tea, I knew I had to get a kettle. I didn't want to spend a lot of money, but I wanted something more than heating up some water in a small saucepot on the stove. After browsing the reviews for a while, I decided upon this kettle, and have been pretty happy so far.

Copper is basically the best conducting material available. The copper bottom makes heating up a few cups of water a breeze, which is nice when I'm in a bit of a rush in the morning. The downside is that because it's priced at about 20 bucks, something had to be forfeited.

When you pick it up, it's easy to see what it is. The stainless steel is a very thin, fragile, metal. Although the one handed mechanism is kind of handy for pouring, the handle can get a little hot if you're not used to it.

All in all, it's a safe buy, but not a best (or must) buy. There are better kettles out there, but I got what I expected and it works great for what I use it for.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By S. Silverstein on October 8, 2007
Size Name: 3-1/2-quart Verified Purchase
I purchased the Revere 3 ½ Quart Copper Bottom Teakettle as a gift for my fathers 94th birthday. He had the 2 ½ qt. model for over 25 years. The whistle finally failed and the kettle had to be replaced. The 3 ½ Qt. model appeared to be the perfect replacement.
It wasn't for my father, there were three main reasons why, they are as follows:

1. The flip up whistling cap did not create a good seal with the spout. This caused the kettle to take an inordinate amount of time to come to a boil. When it did boil, it steamed out the spout and made little or no whistling sound, rendering it dangerous to use for fear of boiling over.

2. The trigger that controls the flip up whistle cap is at an odd
angle, in relation to the gripping handle. A person with small or weak hands can't hold the pot and pull the trigger with one hand, forcing the use of two hands to do the job. Besides being inconvenient it is dangerous. The two hand process could scald a person.

3. The size and weight of the 3 ½ Qt. kettle when even half way full is too heavy and unwieldy for people with weak hands or arthritis. Once again this makes the product dangerous to use for these folks.

I ended up getting the 2 ½ Qt. model from a local hardware store. This model has a differently designed handle/spout/flip up whistle cap then the 3 ½ Qt. model. The 2 ½ Qt. model is perfect for my fathers purposes.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By RobertoR on August 22, 2009
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I purchased this teakettle in April '09. Within several months it began to produce rusty water. Revere Teakettles used to last forever. Based on my recent experience, however, it appears that Revere's product quality has fallen off the cliff.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By C. Fielder on February 9, 2009
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My wife and I grew up using Revere teakettles. They are the gold standard as far as we are concerned. Each one we have owned lasted for years and years. Imagine our disappointment when after buying this teakettle for Christmas, it began to RUST after only four weeks. At first we noticed that the water coming out of it seemed a little yellow, then spots of rust began to bloom along the edge where the silver kettle meets the copper bottom. Something is very wrong in the manufacture of these kettles now. They should never rust. I strongly advise you to look for another teakettle until Revere gets their act together.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Micha on August 2, 2009
Size Name: 3-1/2-quart
The seam between the kettle and the copper bottom began to leak after our fourth or fifth use. I promptly returned it, and bought another brand. Would not recomment.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By AMZ-T1 on August 25, 2008
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This ain't your mother's Revere Ware! It's NOT 18-10 Stainless, it's thinner metal,
and it's made in CHINA - not the USA as the new corporate conglomerate wants
you to think. (the original "Revere Ware" company ceased US production years
ago and only the "brand name" is now owned by World Kitchen, LLC. 2006)

Besides being 'burned' by this faux-patriotism, you will likely be actually burned
by the incredibly bad design of the dinky phenolic-resin lid actuator as the tender
back of your fingers contact the boiling-hot steel top! (maybe only tiny chinese
underage olympic hands fit properly...?)

The single fill/pour hole is only ~1.25" diameter and the lid will only open ~45 deg.
relative to horizontal - so good luck filling this from either a filtered fridge dispenser
or poured from another container. Also, the spring-loaded lid will not remain in an
open position - which prevents the pot from thoroughly drying inside.

Amazon has other, better choices - browse on! (we purchased this from Amazon
and are returning it. [3.5 qt model #3535017])
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