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All-Clad Teakettle

Prepare your favorite brew in style with this premium stainless steel teakettle. Polished to a high gloss, this stylish kettle adds an attractive touch to any tea service, while the stainless steel heats quickly and efficiently. An integrated spout whistle ...Read More

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Prepare your favorite brew in style with this premium stainless steel teakettle. Polished to a high gloss, this stylish kettle adds an attractive touch to any tea service, while the stainless steel heats quickly and efficiently. An integrated spout whistle lets you know when water is boiling and an interior fill line helps prevent boil-over. Durable, ergonomic handle provides a secure grip when pouring and transporting.

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  • Stable, flat bottom provides a secure base and helps impart heat quickly
  • Compatible with all cooktops, including induction
  • Integrated steam whistle lets you know when water has reached a boil
  • Interior fill line helps prevent overfilling

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: All-Clad
  • Material: Stainless steel, aluminum
  • Dimensions: 9" x 9"
  • Capacity: 2 qt.
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
  • Made in China

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  • Dishwasher safe
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Customer Reviews

4.3 / 5.0
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Happy with my purchase
Who knew it would be so hard to find a good teakettle? I needed to replace a kettle that was only a couple of years old but did not clean well and had a whistle that no longer functioned. This time I set out in search of one made of stainless steel. I also wanted one that provided easy access to the interior and had a whistle. I already was a happy owner of All-Clad pots and pans so the All-Clad kettle seemed an obvious choice. I have only had this kettle a few weeks but so far it has met my needs. It's easy to fill without spilling water all over it and the whistle is loud enough to hear without being annoying. The lid is a tight fit so there is no worrying about it coming off as you pour. The reason for the 4 stars instead of 5 is the size of the kettle. This is a BIG kettle. As the only tea drinker in the house I would have been thrilled if All-Clad made this kettle in a smaller size as well.
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March 5, 2015
11 months ago
Great substantial teapot
This is a terrific teapot, lovely design, a whistle you can hear but not too loud, and it holds a good deal of water. I use it half full and it works quite well. It has a nice design and is easy to handle, a well balanced teapot (not too heavy),
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April 17, 2015
10 months ago
Solid Stainless Steel
This teakettle is BIG. I have a gas range and the teakettle is quite noisy on it's base as it heats the water. But the whistle is nice - not obnoxious. I love that it is stainless steel throughout. My concern is that it is made in China, which could mean it is made of inferior stainless steel. I'm keeping all the paperwork and if it rusts, it's going to be returned.
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January 14, 2016
1 month ago

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I trust All-Clad products and need a kettle that will work on an induction cooktop.
Rebecca F on Jan 23, 2016
Love all clad
JULIE S on Jan 14, 2016
I read other people's reviews and they sounded good
Genevieve K. K on Jan 18, 2016
It was registered for
Rachel S on Dec 20, 2015
The full story portion of the description says " Today, this revolutionary cookware is still made in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania—the same way it was four decades ago. All-Clad is the only bonded cookware manufacturer to use American craftsmen and American-made metals to produce a complete line of first-rate bonded cookware" . But yet it lists this tea kettle as being made in China under the description? I find this very misleading. Why is it presented this way?
A shopper on Sep 1, 2014
Best Answer: This is an oversight that needs to be fixed. AllClad Cookware is made in Pennsylvania & this is the description used on the cookware product pages. I imagine it was mistakenly added to this kettle because it too is an AllClad product. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Sep 2, 2014
Two questions: first, does the lid fit snugly? I don't want it to fall off when I pour. Second: does the handle get too hot to touch with the bare hand? In other words, do I need to use a potholder, etc every time I make tea?
Mary Jane B on Nov 17, 2014
Best Answer: Lid fits tightly and does not pop off when pouring. Handle DOES NOT get hot if you follow manufacturers instruction to place it on element smaller than diameter of kettle. Heat goes into kettle rather than up sides which heats the handle.
Reply · Report · pati e on Jan 26, 2016
My questions: Do you have any stainless steel teapots made in the USA? I see the answer below, but why haven't you fixed information on website? Was this really made in China?
A shopper on Dec 9, 2014
Best Answer: At this time we don't have any pots made in the USA.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Dec 11, 2014
Can I leave water in the kettle?
A shopper on Nov 3, 2014
Best Answer: I tend to empty my kettle once the water and the kettle itself have cooled down. I have forgotten to do so once or twice and have seen no ill effects as a result, but in an effort to reduce the need to clean the inside I would rather empty it out and wipe down after use.
Reply · Report · Diane D on Mar 5, 2015
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Will this work on an induction burner?
Janet M on Mar 5, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, it is.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Mar 8, 2015
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What is it lined with?
A shopper on Jan 1, 2016
Best Answer: Stainless steel throughout. Bought mine a year ago, still looks good as new. Very well worth the money.
Reply · Report · Sandra F on Jan 1, 2016
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As the handle looks like it is all stainless steel, I am wondering if it gets hot as does the lever to open the spout?
A shopper on Mar 4, 2015
Best Answer: I have had my teakettle for only a couple of weeks but based on my daily experience I would say it does not get hot. I should clarify that I am in close enough proximity to the kettle (I'm still in the kitchen) when in use that I take it off the burner almost immediately after the whistle gains some strength. At that point not even a pot holder has been required. From the reviews I have read on the internet some feel that the handle does indeed get hot. I'm guessing that may be the case for those who let the water continue to boil longer, which would increase the heat intensity of the kettle overall. Personally, I am very happy with this kettle.
Reply · Report · Diane D on Mar 5, 2015
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I have hard water and it ruins the inside of the pot. Is there any pot that can help that and still make good tea?
A shopper on Feb 9, 2015
Best Answer: Because I think the heavy minerals in the water damage the taste, we only use filtered water. This avoids the damage from the hard water and the tea tastes the way it should.
We love our All-Clad Teakettle. We have tried many, including at least one more expensive than this. This is our favorite by far. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Ken L on Oct 30, 2015
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Does the spout open manually and will it stay open without having to to be held open for pouring? Does the spout pour with out spitting hot water?
A shopper on Sep 7, 2015
Best Answer: - Spout opens manually
- Spout stays in open or closed position by itself
- Some spitting will occur if the user attempts to pour immediately after taking kettle off heat when water is at a full boil; this is just chemistry, as water will boil as it contacts the hot wall of the kettle on its way to the spout; a brief pause of a few seconds after lifting the kettle, allowing the temperature to drop slightly, is sufficient to make the extent of this effect negligible.

I have been very pleased with this kettle, and I use it almost daily. Water boils quickly, and it continues to look good with a reasonable amount of attention. If you remove it from the heat as soon as it whistles, the handle is cool enough to be touched with a bare hand, but if it's left on the heat much longer, the handle will get too hot to touch without protection of some sort.
Reply · Report · x y on Sep 7, 2015
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Can I prevent it from whistling?
A shopper on Feb 16, 2015
Best Answer: You could possibly prop open the spout whistle part with something like a piece of toothpick, I just wouldn't prop it so aggressively as to ruin the spring action of the closure.
Reply · Report · Paige J on Feb 17, 2015
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where is the aluminum?
yuan on Oct 29, 2015
Best Answer: sandwiched between two layers of steel in the bottom
Reply · Report · Michael A on Oct 31, 2015
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