Animal Kettle 2.4 Quart Whistling Enamel on Steel Giraffe Tea Kettle

February 16, 2014 - Comment

Introducing adorable and eye-catching enamel teakettle. Pick your favorit teakettle today and even enjoy your kitchen-life!! Teakettle available in Duck, Pig, Elephant, Ladybug, Whale, Giraffe, Panda, and Strawberry. Since each tea kettle comes in a nice color box, so it is perfect for a gift, too!! Made of enamel on steel (both inside and outside

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Introducing adorable and eye-catching enamel teakettle. Pick your favorit teakettle today and even enjoy your kitchen-life!! Teakettle available in Duck, Pig, Elephant, Ladybug, Whale, Giraffe, Panda, and Strawberry. Since each tea kettle comes in a nice color box, so it is perfect for a gift, too!! Made of enamel on steel (both inside and outside of teakettle) and a handle, spout, and lid knob are made of durable plastic. It can be used on gas, electricity, radiant, halogen, or ceramic heating sources. Hand washing recommended. Capacity is 2.5 quart.

Product Features

  • Enamel coating on both inside and outside of teakettle
  • Use on a gas and electric stove
  • Excellent heat resistance
  • 2.4 qt capacity
  • Comes in a nice color box

Comments

Bebé says:

Surprisingly perfect. I did not expect a tea kettle this adorable (and it is adorable) to actually be the best kettle I’ve had. What’s so great about it?1. Solid construction, I’ve dropped it ( empty thankfully ) and it has no dents or scratches.2. Easy to clean, no unreachable nooks.3. Balanced, empty or full, it doesn’t tip over as some previous kettles of mine did.4. The handle stays nearly cool to the touch, I’ve gotten in the bad habit of picking it up without a potholder.5. The…

Individually Speaking says:

I really hate to say anything bad… But. I bought the giraffe kettle in February 2009. Sadly, it will be going in the garbage today. I love the look of this kettle and feel that as an ornament it’s great.The whistle broke within just a couple of days. No worries, we can live with no whistle. The handle gets really hot, so the giraffe’s neck is burnt. The bottom of the kettle is burnt.It dribbles, not drips, dribbles boiling water.At this point it seems to be too dangerous to use.I…

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