January 3, 2005
Whistling Microwave Teakettle
If you won't buy me a Mercedes-Benz, then at least get me this Whistling Microwave Teakettle for my birthday.
I mean, look at it.
From the catalog (the website for some reason has no descriptive text):
- Safely boil water in the microwave
Cool-touch soft-grip handle for safety and comfort.
2-cup capacity with measurements in ounces, cups, and milliliters.
Listen for the whistle and you'll know immediately when water is boiling for tea, hot cocoa or instant soup.
I really am about six years old at heart; I mean, this thing just looks like Christmas to me, with that cool red funnel-shaped whistle and all.
One feature I really like is that without the top, it looks like any old plain vanilla measuring cup.
It only acquires its superpowers when you put on the lid.
I can't wait to try this baby out.
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I have one of these and it is great. My daughter-in-law wants one and I can't find it anywhere. Where can I get her one? I would appreciate some info. Thanks.
Posted by: V. Heck | Jun 25, 2009 7:47:49 PM
Where can I get this microwave teakettle. I broke the cover on mine and need a new one.
Posted by: Ella Cromer | Feb 23, 2009 3:36:50 PM
How do I order this microwave tea kettle? I have one and need one for a friend who has burnt up two stainless tea kettles on her stove.
Posted by: jo hellewell | Dec 8, 2008 11:26:08 AM
I have it and it is so simple but sooooo cool. I love it.
Posted by: Suzanne | Mar 31, 2008 6:12:26 PM
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