Rachael Ray Teakettles 2-Quart Porcelain Curve Kettle, Green

December 12, 2013 - Comment

Colorful and fun, this porcelain teakettle will add some spunk to your stovetop and brighten your day. Who knew boiling water could be so fun? Product Features Stylish design-the elegantly curved handle complements the compact kettle shape for a fun look in the kitchen Colorful porcelain exterior – beautiful, rich porcelain exterior color looks great

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Colorful and fun, this porcelain teakettle will add some spunk to your stovetop and brighten your day. Who knew boiling water could be so fun?

Product Features

  • Stylish design-the elegantly curved handle complements the compact kettle shape for a fun look in the kitchen
  • Colorful porcelain exterior – beautiful, rich porcelain exterior color looks great and is easy to clean
  • Whistling teakettle – whistle feature signals when water is at a boil,a convenient spout lever is at your fingertips for easy operation
  • 2-Quart Capacity – The perfect size! The removable lid makes this kettle easy to fill

Comments

J. Whiteside says:

Whistling Tea Kettles Are Apparently Difficult? I had no idea how complicated getting a tea kettle would be. After about an hour of browsing Amazon’s reviews on their various tea kettles, I was dismayed that all that I’d seen experienced severe problems and there appeared to be no decent solution. Even if you threw money at it, that couldn’t seemingly solve the various issues that seem to plague whistling tea kettles.Then I happened across this little gem. No reports of black sludge being burned off in the kettle upon use. No…

D Goodman MD says:

Looks great but Handle gets hot Very cool and modern looking, but handle gets hot on my gas stove. Decided to return it and get Good Grips tea kettle instead. Handle doesn’t get hot on that one- I’d recommend that over the Rachel ray model- unless you’d rather have a cool looking green kettle!

Miss Heidi says:

Wasn’t expecting the handle to get hot Bought this for use on my new gas stove top. Have been using electric teakettles for a few years, but had teakettles for most of my life. Maybe it’s the heating with gas, but I never expected the handle to be too hot to handle at times. Also, now that I have this, I prefer the style of teakettle that has a trigger on the handle to open the spout for pouring…..instead it’s another ‘hot’ item I have to touch. Husband has particularly heat-sensitive fingers. He would have rated it…

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