Paula Deen Signature Teakettles 2-Quart Whistling Kettle, Red Speckle

February 18, 2014 - Comment

Paula Deen’s new teakettles will accent any kitchen. The uniqued speckled porcelain exterior is durable, stain resistant and a breeze to clean. The teakettles have comfortable handles that allow for safe pouring, and secure fitting lid seals in heat and whistle feature lets you know when water is to a boil. Product Features Colorful speckled

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Paula Deen’s new teakettles will accent any kitchen. The uniqued speckled porcelain exterior is durable, stain resistant and a breeze to clean. The teakettles have comfortable handles that allow for safe pouring, and secure fitting lid seals in heat and whistle feature lets you know when water is to a boil.

Product Features

  • Colorful speckled porcelain exterior is durable, stain resistant and a breeze to clean.
  • Comfortable handle allows for safe pouring
  • Convenient whistle feature lets you know when water is to a boil.
  • Secure fitting lid seals in heat.
  • Designed in a 2-quart convienant size

Comments

Totally Honest Reviewer "barb" says:

Pretty and Sturdy – With a Beautiful Sounding Whistle The Paula Deen Signature 2-quart teakettle in Butter color is very pretty sitting on the stove. It is quite sturdy – maybe just a little too heavy when filled with water. The lid is a thin aluminum, but in my opinion, not too thin, well made, and fits securely into the kettle. With a porcelin exterior, and a spout that stays open when pressed, this kettle heats water fairly quickly, and has a loud, beautiful-sounding whistle when the water boils. The handle is heat resistant and comfortable…

E. King says:

Buy with caution Guys normally don’t review products such as this; I had to because no one points out it’s flaws that even Paula Deen admits to. This kettle is made of porcelain enamel. To quote Paula’s own “Important Safety, use & care information, overheating can make teakettles with porcelain enamel fuse to the surface of glass cook top ranges, requiring the replacement of the glass cook top.” She indirectly defines overheating by stating “your teakettle should be heated on medium-to-medium high heat only.”…

J. Anne Riley says:

Love my red teapot. I redecorated/repainted and needed a red teapot. I had been watching prices of ones that I thought I might want when I saw this one. It is just the color I wanted – deep red – and I love the pebbly texture. I leave it on the stove all the time because it just looks great. Previously I had RevereWare teapot which was funtional and durable – not not much to look at and was hard to keep clean. The design on the red one is different than I am used to, but it works ok with the lever. Whistle…

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