Complete set include the glass pot, an infuser, and four double wall cups. Attractive look. Microwave and stovetop safe. Pours well. Cups remain cool to the touch, even when full. Pot holds 4 to 6 cups. Can be used with or without the infuser.
Some buyers say this option is too fragile and breaks or cracks easily. Some of these arrive missing parts.
1,000W power, and can hold up to 1.8 liters. BPA-free. LED light comes on when the water reaches boiling. Auto-shutoff, as well as a no-water shutoff. Stainless steel heating element. Comes with a tea infuser. Heats up water quickly. Non-slip base.
Some reports of rusting, leaks, and the kettle stopped working completely after a few months of use. Some say that this kettle develops a plastic-like taste over time.
Made in Germany from high-quality glass. Holds 12 cups. Simple, effective design. Good size, and lightweight. Handle doesn't get too hot. Whistle has a nice sound; not piercing and shrill. Affordable.
You have to remove the top to pour water, which can lead to burns. Some buyers say this kettle breaks fairly quickly, or that the cover melts too easily.
1,500W of power. Crafted from borosilicate glass. FDA certified and BPA-free. Simple to use. Has a nice look, and a solid build. Blue LED lights up when the water starts to boil. Stainless steel base. Holds 1.7 liters. Auto-shutoff when boil is reached or when the water level gets too low.
Some buyers report problems after a couple of months with rusting, broken LED lights, and especially the auto-shutoff feature.
Made from hand blown glass that is heat-resistant up to 150 degrees C. Comes with a wire for use with electric stoves. Construction includes no plastic. Buyers love the look/design. Holds 40 ounces (1200ml). Bamboo handle swivels.
Cracks easily. Some claim that they've gotten burned from splatter from the spout or vent hole. Reports of this option arriving missing parts, particularly the lid.
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Glass kettles insulate while revealing not only the beauty of their contents but the state of their readiness. These kettles typically hold anywhere from four to twelve cups of water and are made in either stovetop and electric designs. Electric kettles let you warm water almost anywhere, especially cordless models. If you’re going electric, look for a model with an auto-shutoff feature for your safety. Stovetop kettles are as much artwork as they are practical kitchen devices. Many kettles come with their own infuser and may include matching cups, which gives you everything you need for the perfect brew.
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