Pykal Whistling Tea Kettle

Whistling Tea Kettle is a stovetop kettle from the Pykal brand
Pykal Whistling Tea Kettle

This Pykal Whistling Tea Kettle is made of stainless steel and has an iCool Handle for heat prevention. An iron layer is placed between two aluminum layers in the surgical-grade stainless steel kettle. According to the manufacturer, this allows it to heat up quickly and keep the heat for a long time. It typically comes with two tea infusers and may be used on any stovetop. Most people like the whistling kettle for being sturdy and true to quality.


Features

Whistling Tea Kettle with iCool - Handle features and important details.

  • Made with an ergonomic push-button for protection against heat.
  • Built with a 5-ply encapsulated base that provides enhanced performance.
  • Compatible with all stovetops, including induction.
  • Comes with 2 premium tea infusers.
  • Has a large capacity of 3 quartz, and produces a loud whistling sound.

Insightful Reviews

We've curated some of the most helpful comments and reviews from people all over the world. Read what they had to say:

“I've had this kettle about a week, so this is a preliminary review. My initial reaction is very positive. This Is a household that drinks a lot of tea, and so the kettle is boiling a lot of water several times a day (4-5 kettlesful), and therefore it is an important item in our kitchen. The kettle is sturdy and has heft. It is well designed and well constructed. In the past I've had problems with other kettles coming apart: losing handles, whistles or spouts, but this kettle looks like it will hold up. Features I particularly appreciate: 1) the handle is of superior material and is cool to the touch half a minute or so after the kettle is removed from the heat; 2) to open and keep open the spout you need to press a lever that controls a spring; this means you will NOT inadvertently leave the spout w/ whistle in the open position and possibly dry-boil the kettle the next time you use it; 3) the whistle is loud enough to be heard in my study, on the other side of the house; 4) the kettle does not dribble when it pours. I hope this to be my last purchase of a tea kettle for a long time.” — Ken

“The tea kettle looks great. It is very lightweight which was a concern at first that it seemed like maybe it was cheaply made, but not at all. The light weight is convenient when filling the kettle to max. It comes with an instruction sheet that you should read through before using. It holds a lot of water and doesn't take long to heat up and whistle. My absolute favorite part is the handle. After I shut it off, I prepare the cups with the tea. And give it a minute to cool down. Then I can grab the handle without using an oven mit or anything and pour into the glasses. The instructions say to never leave water in the kettle so if I have any left over I pour it in the sink. It came with 2 diffusers. I haven't tried them out yet but I think they will handle well. I am very pleased with the purchase and the value.” — Melissa
“It actually whistles loudly. I've used for a month now. The look was a bit weird for me at first, but I got used to it. It does boil reasonably fast and keep the water warm for quite a long time. I am very satisfied with it so far. Updated: It seems this situation is more common than just one or two occasions, "the metal piece that opened the nozzle when you press the button broke". Mine was broken the same way as well in about a month. I sent email to the seller, told them the issue, and requesting an exchange. The seller never responded to my email. I am down grading my review for the broken nozzle and poor post-sell service.” — Joseph
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