Le Creuset Enamel-on-Steel Demi 1-1/4-Quart Teakettle, Sun

December 3, 2017 - Comment

As part of Le Creuset’s Enamel-on-Steel collection, the superiorly crafted kettle features heavy-gauge steel construction for fast heating and even heat distribution, along with a hard, glossy enamel glaze for both durability and eye-catching beauty on the stovetop. The kettle’s heat-resistant, ergonomic handle locks into place for easy lifting and pouring, ensures a secure grip

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As part of Le Creuset’s Enamel-on-Steel collection, the superiorly crafted kettle features heavy-gauge steel construction for fast heating and even heat distribution, along with a hard, glossy enamel glaze for both durability and eye-catching beauty on the stovetop. The kettle’s heat-resistant, ergonomic handle locks into place for easy lifting and pouring, ensures a secure grip and keeps hands a safe distance from the steam. The loop-style handle comes securely attached to the kettle with stainless-steel brackets for added peace of mind. To refill the kettle, simply remove its round-shaped lid by pulling up on the stay-cool lid knob. The kettle can be safely used on all heat sources, including induction and should be hand washed only with hot soapy water and dried thoroughly.

Product Features

  • 1-1/4-quart whistling teakettle made of enamel-coated steel
  • Heat-resistant, ergonomic handle locks into place for easy lifting and pouring
  • Removable round-shaped lid with stay-cool phenolic lid knob
  • Safe for use on all heat sources, including induction; hand wash only
  • Measures approximately 5 by 7-1/2 by 10 Inch
  • Measures approximately 4.4 IN 9.5 IN 6.0 IN

Comments

SDR says:

Has Le Creuset fallen so far….???? My wife & I were born in Europe. There, Le Creuset was considered an elite brand and, confirming that that reputation was deserved, we have several items (saucepans, pots, etc.) that we have owned for more than 30 years, and that are still as good as new. Indeed, they are so well-made and durable that we sometimes discuss who will inherit them when we die! 

Happy Kindler! says:

It is very nice, shiny and pretty Got this teapot yesterday. It is very nice, shiny and pretty. The handle on the lid was not tightened, so when I washed it, it got water inside, so tighten the lid b4 washing. It is a bit heavier than my other teapot, but warmed up in half the time. I did not have any problems with the handle being hot and I love how it can be moved to the side if you need to to clean or put water in. I tipped the lid off the spout to stop the pleasant sounding whistle when I was ready to use it. It was a nice…

Paul R DesRoches says:

We loved the “flame” porcelain over steel kettle in the exact … We loved the “flame” porcelain over steel kettle in the exact size and style of this s.steel model, but unfortunately over the last 3 years the interior finish deteriorated and some rust was evident. When we stumbled across this version, also offered by Le Creuset, we bit the bullet and shelled out the rather steep cost of ownership, hoping that the kettle will last much longer than the porcelain kettle did. The only detectable differences between the two are 1) the hinge where the…

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