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Whistling Kettle Description
The Whistling Tea Kettle is coated with high-temperature paint, 100% PFOA FREE, absolutely safe, and non-toxic. The inner wall of the teapot is made of food-grade stainless steel and will never rust.do not fade and easy to clean. Automatic whistling when water is boiled, which brings you and your family safe. Heat-resisting handles for safety, and a removable lid makes filling and cleaning easier. Just fill the kettle with cold water and place it on a cooktop turner. Wait until the kettle whistles.
This is a unique and easy-to-use teapot from Edenberg. He is ready to meet you every morning, at lunchtime and in the evening – the kettle will help you to prepare aromatic tea or coffee in a matter of minutes. The product is made of high quality and safe material for health, which will not affect the taste of water.
Boiling is accompanied by a sound signal since the spout of the kettle has a whistle nozzle, which allows you to control the process of boiling water. A special mechanism allows you to easily and conveniently open the whistling nozzle at the touch of a button.
The bakelite handle does not heat up – it is ergonomic and fits nicely in the hand.
We are a manufacturer of kitchen and household articles, which for 23 years has been supplying the European market with the best quality products. . Commitment to our work, professionalism and excellent product standards are the values that have given us a stable position in the industry. With the varied range of kitchen utensils, we are supplying in Kenya for the last 2 years. Edenberg is a brand whose motive is to decorate your kitchen with an excellent range of beautiful products so make the right choice for your kitchen and place an order online now and get it deliver to your doorstep.
Shop Whistling Kettle on Biznet Kitchen in Nairobi Kenya at Kshs 3,000
It takes 4.2 joules to warm one gram of water one degree Celsius. So, to warm the 500 grams of water 80 degrees from 20 to 100 takes 168,000 joules. The kettle will supply 1000 joules per second, so it’ll take 168 seconds for the kettle to come to a boil.