Cuisinart BA-170 Classic 2-Quart Whistling Kettle

December 13, 2013 - Comment

Designed for professional performance, top-rated for home use, the Cuisinart 2-Quart Whistling Kettle Classic has a corrosion-proof 18/10 stainless steel interior and gleaming 18/10 polished exterior. A solid aluminum encapsulated disc in the base ensures quick and even heat distribution. Once the water reaches boiling point, the specially designed knob on the lid will whistle

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Designed for professional performance, top-rated for home use, the Cuisinart 2-Quart Whistling Kettle Classic has a corrosion-proof 18/10 stainless steel interior and gleaming 18/10 polished exterior. A solid aluminum encapsulated disc in the base ensures quick and even heat distribution. Once the water reaches boiling point, the specially designed knob on the lid will whistle to alert you. The curved stainless steel handle with a non-slip cushioned handle grip make for safe and easy pouring.

Product Features

  • Classic, elegant style. Corrosion-proof 18/10 stainless steel interior.
  • Gleaming 18/10 polished exterior. Solid aluminum encapsulated disc in base ensures quick and even heat distribution.
  • Curved stainless steel handle with black nonslip cushioned handle grip for safe and easy pouring
  • Specially designed knob on the lid whistles when water reaches boiling point. Dishwasher-safe.

Comments

MFC says:

I found out how to make whistle work on the Cusinart Kettle Hello folks, I read the reviews about the whistle not working, and because I liked the look of the kettle, I bought it anyway. Sure enough, It did not whistle. So, I fiddled with it and after a couple of false starts, I reckoned that the steam would be attracted towards the spout and that a draft in that direction would be created. Then, I positioned the cover with the slit openings of the whistle facing the front and the spout. Sure enough when the steam started coming out of the spout,…

Mr. Randall Miller "rlee" says:

What is a “stainless steel”kettle? After 9 months of service I took the cover off (have been filling through the spout) and discovered that the inside was completely rusted! This has to be a health hazard and I’m appalled that I’ve been drinking rust water for almost a year.Yuck.Cuisinart wants me to pay shipping both ways and a $7.00 handling fee to replace an obviously defective tea kettle under warranty. No refund offered. Another brain dead company. I have reported this defective item to the Consumer…

S. Ladd says:

doesn’t whistle There is no way to make this kettle whistle, even when the water is filled up inside past the pouring spout, so no steam can escape through the spout, the lid still does not whistle. It is simply a design flaw. Otherwise it would have been the perfect kettle, beautiful, functional, handle high enough to not get too hot to hold, and easy to pour. We had to send it back. The most beautiful kettles don’t whistle. It seems that in order to make a kettle do that, the designers have to create an…

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