Primula Catalina Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle, 3-Quart

January 17, 2014 - Comment

The Primula Catalina Whistling Tea Kettle is constructed of stainless steel and features a seamless, rolled bottom. It’s stay cool handle and trigger spout allows for safe handling, and a classic whistle sounds when water is boiling. The removable lid allows for easy cleaning and filling of the 3-quart capacity kettle. Product Features Stainless steel

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The Primula Catalina Whistling Tea Kettle is constructed of stainless steel and features a seamless, rolled bottom. It’s stay cool handle and trigger spout allows for safe handling, and a classic whistle sounds when water is boiling. The removable lid allows for easy cleaning and filling of the 3-quart capacity kettle.

Product Features

  • Stainless steel construction
  • Seamless, rolled bottom
  • Stay cool handle with trigger spout
  • Removable lid
  • 3-quart capacity

Comments

Randy Stevens says:

Pretty Kettle, Impractical Design I wanted a shiny, stainless steel, large capacity, whistling tea kettle — this kettle fulfills those requirements and replaced a similar kettle that had worn out. I noticed immediately that this kettle seemed to take an excessively long time to boil water and start whistling — much longer my old kettle. I finally figured out why. My old kettle had a flat bottom, so the full heating element of my electric stove came in contact with the bottom of the kettle. This kettle, however, does not…

Rene says:

Nice Full Size kettle This PRIMULA kettle was used to replace a COPCO 3qt. kettle which had not aged gracefully. While this kettle is not quite as modern in design as I could have wished, it nevertheless had a couple of design aspects that were required: It had a 3qt. capability. Had a large enough opening that your hand can be used to clean out hard water deposits, and has a positive spout opening mechanism. It arrived promptly, was well made and finished. I have grown accustomed to it’s slightly squat shape…

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