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Le Creuset Classic Whistling Kettle Review

Le Creuset Classic Whistling Kettle Review
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If you are looking for a tea-riffic kettle that is as beautiful as it is functional, this is the kettle for you. I drink A LOT of tea and this tea kettle makes my life easier. This beau-tea-ful kettle looks amazing on your stove top but also boils water in minutes. The whistle is nice and loud so you know exactly when your water is ready to use! It has a tight fitting lid so you never have to worry about it popping off or sliding around. No matter the color of your kitchen, you will find one of the twelve colors will suit your taste. This is an investment that will last you years and years. It also has a 5 year warranty so if something does happen, you do not have to worry!

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8 thoughts on “Le Creuset Classic Whistling Kettle Review

  1. Easy way to clean it boil water and vinegar let it sit at least one hour after that rinse it with Clearwater and let me know

  2. Hi cute video review. I have had this tea pot for 2 or more years now, and I am starting to experience finding chips of the paint occasionally in the tea kettle, I suspect from wrestling with the lid. I also have to fight to get the lid off, constantly have find that right slight turn to get it open (even in the cold status), the most difficult teapot lid I have ever owned. Mine is a red. I do still enjoy the color and appreciate the warning whistle for the moments I am distracted.

  3. I have to say that for the price it quite poor quality. Handle is not fully heat resistant so watch out if boiling for few minutes it can get hot. The lid on the spout is like cheap Chinese crap, had to fix it few times. The biggest problem for me though is , what you have mentioned the RUST. Jaysus … we drink the water from it !!! Rust is cancerous ! And rust because it is still is poor excuse, it simply cheap Chinese steel !!! Rust after year of using ?! I hope i can find something better, my mum had kettles for 10 years.

  4. Lame whistle.  Nicely done video thought.  I have a Le Creuset cast iron 5 quart red enamel coated pot.  It distributes heat better that anything else I've ever used.

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