List Price: $80.00
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Soft silicone grips on handles and pouring-spout lever
Measures approximately 9 by 10 by 12 inches
2-quart tea kettle made of brushed 18/10 stainless steel
Round-shaped lid removes for convenient filling at the sink
This 2 qt. teakettle features a acceptable, easy-to-grip handle. The handle is made of stainless steel accented with soft silicone rubber. The kettle whistles when liberally comes to a boil and has a removable lid for easy cleaning and filling.
BIG! Marvellous, and stylish.
Yes, it's big, but I didn't have in mind it was heavy. ***I JUST WEIGHED THIS KETTLE WHILE IT WAS FULL OF WATER AND IT ONLY WEIGHS 6 POUNDS. I can see that if you have nag lifting a cat or bag of flour then you may have a problem here.The craftsmanship is pure Kitchenaid. You will have no problem there. But beware that ONLY the stainless fortify version is usable on glass-top stoves. The ceramic-covered versions are NOT. ***For those that don't grasp, you can click on this product to see what a glass-top stove/range looks like: Ceramabryte 28oz Cooktop CleanerThe whistle is a bit screechy, but then again, you fancy it to alert you over the noise of the house.The handle DOES get hot. Not burn-your-hand hot, but very warm. If you only apply the rubber part, you're fine, but you almost have to grab the whole thing to lift it and pour it safely.I highly acceptable getting the stainless steel version; it's beautiful and functional.
April 22, 2007
(San Francisco, CA) | Helpful Votes: 151 | Rating: 5
First impressions. Mostly thetical.
The Kitchenaid 2qt tea kettle is an pulling, solid-performing, and simplistic addition to my cookware. I got tired of boiling water in my small-scale Calphalon pot that I decided to finally buy a dedicated kettle.Sure, boiling water in a pot is handsome, but have you ever forgot about the boiling water while waiting for it and it boiled dry? I'm guilty for sure. That's terrible for your pots too, not to upon a safety hazard. I wasn't sold on a stove top kettle over an electric but finally settled on the stove top.The pinchbeck electric kettles concerned me over leeching issues and the stainless steel electrics were very precious. I was also worried that cleaning the electric kettle's would also be harder and really did not want one more thing in my kitchenette to plug in amongst the mixer, toaster, microwave, ice cream maker, blender, etc. When Amazon's penalty dipped below half of what it cost elsewhere, I plunged in head first to get the stainless steel Kitchenaid...
February 22, 2008
(San Francisco Bay Area) | Helpful Votes: 84 | Rating: 4
I have had many tea pots and most of them have been economical.I purchased this one hoping it would last longer and notrust. I've had it for less than a month and itis rusting already. I've been drying it out afterever use to try to continue it's life.I thought that if I spent $50 on a teapot it would last...wrong!!
List Price: $299.99
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Polished 18/10 stainless-steel riveted handles provide a confident grip
Stainless-steel construction with aluminum/copper base core for fast, even heating
Oven-safe to 500 degrees F; limited lifetime warranty; dishwasher-safe
Tempered glass lids trap in heat, moisture, and nutrients
Our mainly set is the best way to invest in pans. This set is made for cooks who appreciate beauty and performance. With big pans like an 8 Qt. stockpot you'll be swift to entertain. Made of stainless steel and an aluminum/copper core it heats evenly.
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Also cleans glass cookware, sinks, shower doors, and fiberglass bathing stalls
Use cooktop protectant (31463, sold separately) to maintain shine after cleaning
Tested and qualified for use with Ceran glass cooktops
Cleans halogen glass and ceramic cooktops
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Can I use Kitchenaid (stainless steel & copper) cookware on ceramic cooktops?
Apr 03, 2010 by brettfavre4life | Posted in Cooking & Recipes
I bought these pots & pans because they're definitely beautiful and were on sale, but I see that they are not recommended as the copper can apparently fuse on the cooktop. Is anyone using this cookware on a pottery cooktop? Also, how can we prevent the copper from discoloring? Thanks!