Chefbar Tea Kettle for Stovetop
Chefbar's pour-over tea kettle features a gooseneck spout nozzle for slow and steady water flow control. The kettle is made from 304 food-grade stainless steel. Most customers love the product being lightweight and ergonomic. However, a few customers have reported quality issues after prolonged use.
Chefbar Tea Kettle for Stovetop features and important details.
- Chefbar's gooseneck spout allows slow and steady water flow.
- 0.8L small stovetop kettle best for induction cooker, electric furnace, gas, and natural gas stovetops.
- The manufacturer offers 18-Months Money Back Guarantee.
We've curated some of most helpful comments and reviews from people all over the world. Read what they had to say:.
“It’s the perfect size, it heats up fast , love the spout for pouring , I use it to make just one or two or 3 cups of pour over coffee or just for a quick cup of tea . I have a Wolfgang whistling tea kettle it’s a wonderful tea kettle , it just takes longer to heat up , my new little kettle , is the perfect size for just those quick cups of whatever you need the hot water for .” — Cheryl
“Perfect little kettle! This is just what I was looking for. I was on the hunt for a tea kettle, but this got me interested in pour over coffee, which I’m now preparing & loving! So I use the kettle morning & night. Easy to use, my hand fits in easily to clean the inside, no complaints!” — Tori
“Loved this little teapot's design and price initially...I used it for making drip through expresso in a funnel cup. BUT now the whole inside bottom has completed rusted out! Brown rust has eaten the entire bottom surface of the inside of this teapot. It took only a few months for the rust to take over. The "stainless" steel claim of this teapot is totally false! I use it to water my plants now, which it is great for...but it is NOT safe to boil water in and then for humans to drink from any longer! BUY another brand that uses quality REAL stainless steel and not some knockoff cheap alloy metal from Turkey or wherever the heck this is was made.” — Nancy