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Review and Buying Guide of Prestige Whistling Kettle

Superior high-quality product more affordable than electric powered kettle.

I in fact have the crimson one which i enjoy. Though is significant it keeps sizzling h2o in. I basically have the crimson 1 which i love. Even though is hefty it retains hot drinking water in for some time not like most kettles. This black one particular i just bought is a future replaement.

Lid comes off effortlessly (unlike my previous a person that will need a god terrible volume of pressure). The only smaller concerns is i have to have to be really careful of surplus drinking water spraying out the spout if i have left it to whistle and whistle. I do not think this is a design and style fault but owing to the higher force steam developed when kettle is still left to efficiently above boil. If i capture it as just prior to it whistles or as it whistle this does not transpire. Hoping to get a very long time of use from this stove major kettle.

Key specs for Prestige Whistling Kettle, Black:

  • Porcelain enamel exterior with soft touch handles for ease of comfort grip and safety
  • Whistling feature indicates when water has boiled
  • Lock open spout for easy filling and pouring and tight fitting lids retaining steam for rapid heating
  • Suitable for all cooker hobs including induction
  • 10 year guarantee

Comments from buyers

“Great size and weight. Boils as expected., I actually have the red one which I love. Though is heavy it keeps hot water in “


One thought on “Review and Buying Guide of Prestige Whistling Kettle

  1. Adedoyin ladele says:

    This review is from : Prestige Whistling Kettle, Black

    I actually have the red one which i love. Though is heavy it keeps hot water in. I actually have the red one which i love. Though is heavy it keeps hot water in for some time unlike most kettles. This black one i just purchased is a future replaement.
  2. Mrs. S. E. Hargreaves says:

    This review is from : Prestige Whistling Kettle, Black

    Lid comes off easily (unlike my last one that need a god awful amount of force). The only small issues is i need to be very careful of excess water spraying out the spout if i have left it to whistle and whistle. I do not believe this is a design fault but due to the high pressure steam created when kettle is left to effectively over boil. If i catch it as just before it whistles or as it whistle this does not happen. Hoping to get a long time of use from this stove top kettle.

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