Chefs Limited Whistling Tea Kettle Review
I loved the design of this whistling tea kettle, it matches my kitchen as I have all black appliances and I like to leave my tea kettle at all times sitting on the back burner. I did, however, run into a few problems when using this tea kettle for the first time. I was unable to get the tea kettle to whistle, I let it boil long over the time I would have my old tea kettle boiling. Also when removing the cap, it was “stuck” and needed to be yanked off, this caused the water to slosh out a bit, not good when you’re dealing with boiling water. Luckily none got on me and only on the stove.
Not to be one to give up, I tried to use the tea kettle the next morning. The cap came off easily and I finally got it whistling. I am not sure if it just needed a first time work through to get it all working properly or not. But, since the first time mishap it has worked perfectly each and every time.
One more thing I would like to note is that even though the handle is silicone covered, it still is hot to touch. A bit too hot for my liking, I ended up using a pot holder on the handle because the heat was too much for me.
Even with the small details, I did not like, I would purchase this again because I am used to using a pot holder on my tea kettle and it finally was able to whistle and I absolutely love the design of this whistling tea kettle.
Heat Resistant Silicone Wrapped Handle
2.75 Quart Capacity
Never Achieved Whistling Noise, Even After 15 minutes of boiling
Handle Was Hotter Then I would Like
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