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Stainless Steel Spout Kettles - 1-1/2 Gallon
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Stainless Steel Spout Kettles - 1-1/2 Gallon

Item #1176910
2 reviews
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Today's Price: $37.95
Our generously sized tea kettles feature a distinctive two-tone whistle, not the shrill screech of an average teakettle. The easy-clean stainless steel body helps keep water hot. Your choice of sizes; ideal for canning or a family gathering.
  • Easy clean stainless steel kettles
  • Extra large pour spouts
  • Plastic handle stays cool
  • Made of 201 stainless steel
  • Holds about 7 qt.
  • 12"H x 9-1/4"OD, 2-1/2 lb.
  • China
Note: Not for induction ranges

Customer Reviews of Stainless Steel Spout Kettles - 1-1/2 Gallon
Product Rating: 3.0 out of 5.0(2 reviews)
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- 12/8/2015
said: Anita
"This is an update to my review a year ago. Over the winter of 2015, the kettle began leaking out of the bottom. This is turning into a kettle that is "disposable". Good for a while but won't last for long. I did buy a second one - a 1 gallon this time - to see if it would also do the same thing without as much weight to hold like the 1 1/2 gallon kettle. It's now corroding around the rim/lid like the first one, but the rivets for the handle seem to holding ok so far. If I don't watch how much I'm putting in it, it will leak around the lid when I'm pouring. With both of these kettles, they will not whistle unless they have a certain amount of water - not too much, not too little. So if it's too little, it will just sit there boiling away without whistling to let me know it's boiling. If too full, it just boils over without whistling. The cover on the spout on the 1 gallon lid was not right when I first got it. I have to watch it and make sure it's covering the whole spout, and be careful when I open and close it. It's not secured good at the hinge. Very flimsy. I still use the larger one. I boil water in a big pan and then pour it into the kettle in the bathtub. Then I run outside and pour the boiling water on fireant hills. You have to pour slowly so the kettle works better with the spout than using a pan. The leaking from the bottom doesn't matter outside. I use the 1 gallon kettle almost every day. We'll see how long it lasts... "
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- 11/12/2014
said: Anita
"We've had our kettle for three years now I think. We noticed first that something was building up around the rim where the lid sits. I thought it was hard water build up but my husband looked at it and said it was not. It looks to him like the metal is corroding. Then I noticed that I was dripping water when I tried to pour. We finally figured out that the rivets that are holding the handle next to the spout are coming loose and allowing water to drip from there. I now have to keep the water level low enough that it doesn't reach that far up so that water is not coming out on the stove while the kettle is heating. Even at that, when I pour water out of the kettle, I have to be sure to hold it over the sink as water still comes out of the rivets and gets all over. I don't think I would buy another one of these. I gave it a 3 because I do use the thing almost every day except in the heat of the summer. "
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