Revere Classic 2-1/3 Quart Whistling Tea Kettle
REVERE cookware have been part of American history since patriot and silversmith Paul Revere started making copper sheathing for naval vessels in 1801. Paul founded Revere Copper Company which evolved into Copper and Brass, Inc., the makers of Revere Ware Copper Clad Stainless Steel Cookware.
Today, REVERE cookware is one of the most recognized and preferred brands of metal rangetop cookware, known by consumers for its legendary heritage, quality and durability. With a strong commitment to consumer research and technological advancement, the REVERE cookware team constantly introduces new, innovative products adapted to changing consumer needs.
One of the first names in tea kettles, Revere offers a range of high-quality polished stainless steel models with copper bottoms for quick and even heat distribution. Polished stainlesss steel exterior is low maintenance. Traditionally styled, the kettles feature easy-grip, black phenolic handles, and whistling spouts.
- Constructed of high quality stainless steel polished to a mirror finish for lasting beauty.
- Phenolic handles are cool to the touch.
- Signature copper bottom for quick heating.
One Year Limited Warranty on all Revere Tea Kettles
World Kitchen, LLC will replace any defective tea kettle within one year from the date of purchase. Warranties do not cover damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse, commercial use, or attempted repair. Also scratches, stains, discoloration, warping, pitting and damage from overheating are not covered under these warranties. The owner must follow the Safety & Usage Instructions provided with the product. Should a warranty problem develop, contact the World Kitchen office nearest you. KEEP THE PRODUCT. You may be asked to return it.
Use over medium or low heat. Use tea kettle on burner or element that matches size of tea kettle bottom. Place tea kettle directly over burner center. Do not offset. Handle or spout may melt if exposed to flame or heat. Tea kettle should not be allowed to boil dry. The stainless steel will discolor if an empty tea kettle is left on a hot surface. Avoid over-filling. An over filled tea kettle may spurt hot water. Keep water level below base of spout. Excessive heat may cause damage to spout cap damage to spout cap and whistle.
Care & Cleaning:
Empty tea kettle after each use. Clean regularly.Â If lime or other mineral deposit forms on the inside of your tea kettle as a result of hard water, clean in the following manner: Combine equal amounts of water and vinegar in the tea kettle. Bring to a boil and simmer for ten minutes. Clean out dissolved material. Rinse well and repeat if necessary.