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Primula Tea Kettle with Soft Grip Silicone Handle, Stainless Steel, 3-Quart
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- Encapsulated bottom
- Stainless steel
- Whistling spout
- Silicone stay cool handle
- Removeable lid
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|Material||Stainless steel and plastic||Not Applicable||Stainless Steel||Glass|
|Dimensions||9.45 inches x 8.27 inches x 8.27 inches||3.74 inches x 3.74 inches x 3.74 inches||9.75 inches x 8 inches x 9.75 inches||7.5 inches x 9 inches x 6 inches|
|Item Package Weight||2.55 pounds||3.25 pounds||2.25 pounds||1.63 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
All looked good until I tried it out for the first few times. In all cases the lid did not fit tightly enough to cause the whistle to blow when the water was boiling. All you got was a bunch of steam from all around the lid and no Whistle.
Another slight criticism is the trigger to lift open the spout. It has a rubber like sheath that slides on the the metal trigger to keep your finger form getting too hot or burning. It likes to slide off fairly easily. Not a big deal to slide it back on but you need to be careful about how much pressure you use on the trigger to open the spout.
The Silicon handle does stay cooler to the touch and works well. Seams and stainless steel quality seem good, so if you get one where the lid fits correctly you may end up with a quite serviceable tea kettle.
Amazon was great about returning the item and I ended up with a Farberwear Sonoma but alas that had problems of its own.
Am I really forced to buy a $100 plus kettle from England to get one that works without fail? I'll keep searching til I find one that simply boils water, whistles, and does not rust.
Found the almost perfect kettle and under $50...............................NO Whistle though
Demeyere 4.2-qt. Stainless Steel Water Kettle, Resto
Heats fast, well made, no rust (owned since June and it is now Dec, some water in it all the time) Big enough to get your hand in (small to medium :)) to clean and looks great.
Not too hard to find. Amazon should pick the line up!
Actually I'm very pleased with the pot. The large base makes it as steady as a brick, I love the red, the whistle is just loud enough to let me know it is ready but not so loud as to be a siren to wake the whole household, and the kettle holds a lot of water.Read more ›
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It is a very attractive design, lightweight and easy to use. The center cover pops out easily for washing or filling. I was very pleased to find this combination of features in a stainless steel kettle--I don't cook with aluminum.
I personally had no problem with the sound-level of the whistle. After reading other reviews, I expected it to be some faint whisper that I could barely hear. On the contrary, it was quite loud enough for my use. I am in an apartment, not a large house, so I cannot speak to whether it would be audible if one were on a different floor or several rooms away. For my purposes, it is just fine.
I did just receive this today, so will have to wait to determine any long-term use issues. But, on first glance, I love it. It's a keeper.
To address complaints in less favorable reviews: I wash new kitchen utensils before using them, and washed the kettle before use. I also dried it with a paper towel. There was no evidence of any particle of finish rubbing off. Secondly, I experimented by letting the kettle remain on the burner more than a minute after it reached full boil and was whistling. While the metal pieces near the handle did become hot, I could still touch them gingerly & they were not hot enough to cause a burn if brushed against while grasping the handle. *Since first writing this review, I have accidentally touched the metal part of the handle (due to impatience & generally laziness because I reached across the kettle the wrong way to pull it off the burner). It WAS hot, but not enough so that I received a burn or blister. If I'd held on to it longer, maybe. Mainly, just exercise reasonable caution and hold the kettle by the insulated handle as intended. Still a 5-star item for me.
6/27/13: Still love it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the best Whistler I've ever had, plus the color is true....Published 4 days ago by Pamella Watkins
This is a great tea pot. I love the handle and how easy it is to open. It whistles loudly when the water is ready and it's easy to clean.Published 1 month ago by Cynthia
The interior of the entire bottom of the kettle is rusty. Expensive trash, cannot use it anymore. It was seldom used and never left with standing water.Published 5 months ago by Tess
My purpose was to get a tea kettle that I could pick up with my bare hand. It appeared from the ad that this was it. The handle is warmer than I expected; not great but passable. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Laif Swanson
shoddily made. The little lever on mine does not open the spout. I was too slow to return the thing, so now I have a cheap, useless tea pot in my apartmentPublished 10 months ago by Kathryn
I have been using it regularly for a few months now. It does what it is supposed to do and hasn't given me any problems.Published 11 months ago by Jane N. Fuller
Looked at MANY tea kettles. Wanted one at least 2 qts. This one has been great.Published 11 months ago by Nancee Reimann
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