KitchenAid Teakettle 2-Quart Gourmet Essentials Stainless Steel Kettle , Brushed

December 10, 2013 - Comment

This 2 qt. teakettle features a comfortable, easy-to-grip handle. The handle is made of stainless steel accented with soft silicone rubber. The kettle whistles when water comes to a boil and has a removable lid for easy cleaning and filling. Product Features 2-quart tea kettle made of brushed 18/10 stainless steel Round-shaped lid removes for

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This 2 qt. teakettle features a comfortable, easy-to-grip handle. The handle is made of stainless steel accented with soft silicone rubber. The kettle whistles when water comes to a boil and has a removable lid for easy cleaning and filling.

Product Features

  • 2-quart tea kettle made of brushed 18/10 stainless steel
  • Round-shaped lid removes for convenient filling at the sink
  • Soft silicone grips on handles and pouring-spout lever
  • Tall loop carrying handle; whistles once water reaches a full boil
  • Measures approximately 9 by 10 by 12 inches

Comments

B. T. Denyer "UX Designer" says:

BIG! Beautiful, and stylish. Yes, it’s big, but I didn’t think it was heavy. ***I JUST WEIGHED THIS KETTLE WHILE IT WAS FULL OF WATER AND IT ONLY WEIGHS 6 POUNDS. I can see that if you have trouble lifting a cat or bag of flour then you may have a problem here.The craftsmanship is pure Kitchenaid. You will have no problem there. But beware that ONLY the stainless steel version is usable on glass-top stoves. The ceramic-covered versions are NOT. ***For those that don’t know, you can click on this product…

Ed says:

First impressions. Mostly positive. The Kitchenaid 2qt tea kettle is an attractive, solid-performing, and simplistic addition to my cookware. I got tired of boiling water in my small Calphalon pot that I decided to finally buy a dedicated kettle.Sure, boiling water in a pot is fine, but have you ever forgot about the boiling water while waiting for it and it boiled dry? I’m guilty for sure. That’s terrible for your pots too, not to mention a safety hazard. I wasn’t sold on a stove top kettle over an electric but…

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