SUSTEAS Whistling Tea Kettle
The black, 2.64 quartz SUSTEAS Stove Top Whistling Tea Kettle is made with a surgical grade stainless steel material with a 3-layer encapsulated bottom. According to the manufacturer, this makes it compatible with all types of stovetops, including induction, gas, and electric. The stovetop kettle features an ergonomic handle and an included silicone pinch mitt for thermal protection. Most users like the sturdy design and ergonomic handle of the brand.
SUSTEAS Stove Top Whistling Tea Kettle features and important details.
- Made with stainless steel and 3 encapsulated layer for fast heating.
- Cool ergonomic handle for easy pouring.
- A loud whistling sound alerts the user.
- Standard large size of 2.64 quartz size.
We've curated some of the most helpful comments and reviews from people all over the world. Read what they had to say:
“Great kettle! I reviewed alot of whistling kettles on Amazon, the one really caught my attention. I've used it over a dozen times. Very well made,handle does not get hot and its easy for me to hold and pour ,with my arthritis hands and thumbs. Nice whistle. Very good quality. I would high recommend this kettle.” — Nana
“My first reaction was, this is absolutely a beautiful top notch quality tea pot. The looks from a far and close are amazing. Classic taste, black body, thick bottom, double wall, brass with a tinge of patina effect. This could be a hundred dollar teapot? I guess I spoke too soon. The teapot I got has a tight lid which when I removed to fill it up with water, showed that the black color of the body is paint. Under the lid, there are some parts where the paint has already chipped. From my amazement I felt a sudden bit of disappointment. Anyway, it still a nice beautiful teapot and for the current value of under forty bucks, I think it is quite reasonable and can still be a very nice gift. Caution, the handle can get very hot. It comes with a multipurpose silicone pot holder that I really like. Induction cooker compatible.” — Nuk
“Disappointed that only after a few uses, the exterior of the pot discolored. I tried cleaning it and the colored remained. Not only does it look bad aged - it has to be the loudest tea pot I have ever experienced. NOT THE WHISTLING. While it's being warmed, for some reason it sounds like a freight train. I keep being asked to remove my review as this is a small store. They don’t make the tea pot - they are resellers of it. They returned it without an issue.” — Ariana