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Mr. Coffee 91407.02 Flintshire Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle, 1.75-Quart, Silver
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- Solid stainless steel constructed teakettle
- Whistling teakettle alerts when water is boiling recommend you to move after whistle has been blown
- Flip-up spout cover for safe and easy pouring and a stay cool trigger for safety
- Handwash recommended
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Mr. Coffee Flintshire 1.75 qt Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle, 91407.02
This stainless steel tea kettle with whistle features a brushed satin finish exterior, mirror base and lid, and bakelite handle. It is dishwasher safe.
- Mr. Coffee Flintshire.
- 1.75 qt Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle,.
- 91407.02:Dishwasher safeStainless steel.
|Manufacturer Part Number||91407.02|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)||8.75 x 8.00 x 8.50 Inches|
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|Color||Silver||Stainless Steel||Rhubarb Red||Stainless Steel||Red||Red|
|Item Dimensions||8 x 8 x 8 in||7.68 x 7.68 x 9.05 in||8.11 x 7.98 x 8.66 in||6.6 x 6.7 x 7.7 in||8.5 x 7.5 x 7.5 in||6.88 x 8.26 x 6.88 in|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Steel||Stainless Steel||Aluminum||Stainless Steel|
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Okies here we go. This is NOT heavy stainless steel. Which I am very happy about. Despite not being a heavy kettle it is well made. I love the fact that it is not heavy to lift when it is full of water. I'm 53 and the joints in my hands are starting to get stiff and sore, especially on rainy days and in the winter. If this kettle was any heavier it would be difficult for me to maneuver around.
I've been using this kettle for a couple of weeks now.
From top to bottom:
This kettle is nice and shiny from top to bottom.
The handle is a hard plastic that stays cool to the touch and doesn't have any sharp edges but is large enough to grasp(easy on my joints). The button on the handle that opens the pour spout is large enough to find and does not take a lot of pressure to push. It seems to be fairly well made and is not flimsy. There is enough room under the handle to fill it from the faucet at my kitchen sink. The top has a nice curve that I can get my fingers under without being pinched. The lid fits firmly but not so tightly that I have to fight to get it off. The bottom diameter matches exactly the eye on my electric stove. It take less time to heat water then my little Proctor and Silex electric kettle.
Here's a little tip. If you're not crazy about the whistling sound flip the little button that opens the spout before you start heating the water and walah no whistling. And but dang does this thing whistle, it whistles loud and well.
This kettle is very very good for the price I paid for it. It doesn't have a fancy name, and it is not fancy itself. It's made to heat water and it does a good job. Others may think differently. But meh, ya can't please all the folks some of the time, and ya can't please some folks all of the time.
I'm terribly pleased with the kettle, in fact I'm a bit smug(LOL), and I'd darned sure buy it again.
I did not get this kettle free for a review. I have nothing to do with the company or the seller. No one paid me to give this review, or asked me for a favorable review. This is my honest opinion after using the product. Maybe I'll get around to making an update later on to give an idea about the longevity of the kettle.
If you look at my review history I have a lot of 5 star reviews. Welllll That's because I research everything before I purchase, so I know exactly what I want, and I have an idea of things that can go wrong. I don't see the need to give less than 5 stars if I'm honestly pleased with the product, because if I wasn't I'd say so. Okay nuff said.
This kettle will boil water, but is so noisy, you’d think there was a gun battle going on in the kitchen. As soon as it nears the boil, it begins banging rapidly and loudly. Sometimes, whatever is going on in there causes the kettle to jump across the (glass) burner about a half an inch. Makes me wonder if it’s possessed. I have no idea why it does this, but I’d sure like to.
The other problem is also a benefit: the lid fits very snugly; that’s good. But it is hard to get the lid all the way on. I have to smack t hard to get it to seat. That’s not good. However, it is even more difficult to get off.
Lastly, something scaly came off the insides for a month or so, then stopped. As I am still among the living, and no less impaired than efore, I’m assuming it didn’t affect me adversely.