Le Creuset Enameled Steel 1.6 Quart Oolong Tea Kettle, Palm

August 8, 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

  • 1.6-quart whistling teakettle made of enamel-coated steel
  • Heat-resistant, ergonomic, loop handle ensures a secure grip
  • Removable round-shaped lid with stay-cool phenolic lid knob
  • Safe for use on all heat sources, including induction; hand wash only
  • Measures approximately 10 by 10 by 6 Inch
  • Measures approximately 9.5 IN 10.0 IN 8.5 IN

Comments

Kevin Bohacz - bestselling techno-thriller author says:

Le Creuset dribbles The tea pot is high quality in many ways… but has a big problem. No matter how carefully you pour water from it, a large puddle of boiling water ends up on the table! Water runs over the spout, and because of the shape of the lip a portion of the water runs down the spout instead of into the cup. It seems crazy that such a high quality company as Le Creuset would make such a clearly defective product. We own many pieces of the enamel cookware and think the world of those pieces. They clearly…

Joe Baker says:

Worth every penny if you want a teapot that will last Absolutely perfect. This replaced a tea kettle I’d had for several years–until I left it on the stove & forgot about it. Back to the review… I’m of the philosophy that you buy products that are designed to last rather than focusing on price. Although, price does play a factor. Sure, you’ll spend a little more on this teapot, but you likely won’t have to replace it for years–if ever. 

Tech Ed says:

Does its job well Other than its good looks, the design of the handle rates high with me. The slide that uncovers the spout is positioned where your thumb will be. This means that you can pour without changing your grip on the handle–just extend your thumb against the slide and it opens. One other benefit is that the handle it well removed from the pour so there is less likelihood that steam or hot water will reach your hand. As for all enameled cookware, it is possible to chip the finish. This has not yet…

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