Medelco 12-Cup Glass Stovetop Whistling Kettle

December 2, 2013 - Comment

Medelco 12-Cup Glass Stovetop Whistling Tea Kettle. A great way to boil water for tea, coffee, cocoa, soup, and MUCH more. Made from Lab-Quality boroscilicate glass with a heat-resistant handle, the kettle is designed for use on any type of stove, and the classic design works well with any decor. Product Features 12-cup whistling kettle

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Medelco 12-Cup Glass Stovetop Whistling Tea Kettle. A great way to boil water for tea, coffee, cocoa, soup, and MUCH more. Made from Lab-Quality boroscilicate glass with a heat-resistant handle, the kettle is designed for use on any type of stove, and the classic design works well with any decor.

Product Features

  • 12-cup whistling kettle made of thermal-shock-resistant borosilicate glass
  • Removable lid; heat-resistant phenolic handle; drip-free spout
  • Can be used on gas or electric stovetops; dishwasher-safe
  • Includes metal heat diffuser for safe use on electric range coils
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards

Comments

Tim says:

Perfect Kettle for Coffee! I bought this kettle strictly for heating water for French press coffee making. Since this kettle is glass there is no chance of it imparting off flavors to the water (then the coffee). I got tired of my metal kettles becoming discolored and rusted, even with proper care. I love the idea of glass for coffee making and this kettle by Medelco is indispensable for coffee making!It is also easy to clean (dishwasher safe) and looks wonderful. It holds 64 ounces of water when filled…

Monica Granger says:

Metallic-Taste Free! Yay, no more metallic-tinged water! The pot comes with a wire coil shaped like a 3-leaf clover to place on electric burners, to diffuse the heat contact to the glass. I’m not completely convinced that the breathy whistle qualifies as ‘piercingly loud,’ but it gets the job done. The lid has a handle to minimize the risk of steam burns while removing it in order to pour (no pouring through the lid), and a shaped pour-spout minimizes drizzling. The “Diner-Flair” style is either cool or…

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