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2-Qt Cuisinart Tastefully Revitalize Tea Kettle (Stainless/Black) EXPIRED

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Features boiling whistle, ergonomic handle, stainless steel construction.

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I bought this for the same price with a previous post. I've had it for about a month, and it's pretty solid for the price. My biggest complaint is that the handle gets really hot to the point where I have to use an oven mitt/cloth to pour from it without burning my hand. Not sure exactly how thick the stainless steel is, but it seems sturdy enough.

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Ordered this - weird open front box design left one side blotchy with unknown stains and scratches. Not sure why they designed the box that way but it explains the discounted price.
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Can this be used on a cast iron wood burning stove?
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For anyone who owns one, is it pretty thick material? I have Bella that is similar and it's like paper thin.
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I bought this for the same price with a previous post. I've had it for about a month, and it's pretty solid for the price. My biggest complaint is that the handle gets really hot to the point where I have to use an oven mitt/cloth to pour from it without burning my hand. Not sure exactly how thick the stainless steel is, but it seems sturdy enough.
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If you're out camping, I suppose. But for in your home, buy an electric kettle. So much more convenient. Turns itself off, so it doesn't have to be watched like a hawk. Exterior won't burn you either.
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Can this be used on a cast iron wood burning stove?
Yes, just a plain metal bottom. Handle is heat resistant nylon, but that won't impact its usage no matter what cooking heat source is under it.
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For anyone who owns one, is it pretty thick material? I have Bella that is similar and it's like paper thin.
Tea kettles are designed to have a thin bottom for rapid heat transfer, and since you aren't needing/wanting heat retention of a thicker bottom since you aren't cooking soup in it.

Now some cheap kettles *are* paper thin and should be avoided, but this one is pretty good for durability purposes.
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If you're out camping, I suppose. But for in your home, buy an electric kettle. So much more convenient. Turns itself off, so it doesn't have to be watched like a hawk. Exterior won't burn you either.
Plus it eats up counterspace!
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Plus it eats up counterspace!
...I mean.... it takes up the same space as this kettle?!
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Bad design. The handle is attached to the spout in front but without sufficient insulation against heat transfer.

Unbelievable how many bad kettles there are out there that can't get the heat transfer right between the container, spout and handle. It shouldn't be rocket science. They probably buy these from China at a dollar or two each without evaluating the designs. Not just this brand. Almost every brand.
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Bad design. The handle is attached to the spout in front but without sufficient insulation against heat transfer.

Unbelievable how many bad kettles there are out there that can't get the heat transfer right between the container, spout and handle. It shouldn't be rocket science. They probably buy these from China at a dollar or two each without evaluating the designs. Not just this brand. Almost every brand.
Totally agree! After buying a bunch of these, most are crap. Many of them can't even pour water out properly without dribbling hot water down the sides. I've yet to find one that is any good.
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Totally agree! After buying a bunch of these, most are crap. Many of them can't even pour water out properly without dribbling hot water down the sides. I've yet to find one that is any good.
The worst ones have spouts that get very hot. So when you start to pour, the water comes into contact with the hotter spout and bursts out all over the cup you are trying to pour into. You think they would test this and not sell kettles that do this.

I am also not sure of the reviews for this on BB. Too many look fake and organized with similar one line reviews praising, of all things, the whistling feature. What have these people been using for the last couple of decades?
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