- To give you a better using experience, please wash and boiled the tea kettle first before you use it.
- Please use a low or medium fire to heat the tea kettle to prevent the flame from burning out the spout or discoloring the kettle body.
- After using the tea pot, please rinse it with water and air-dry. And put the teapot in a dry, airy place.
- To make the whistle works properly, please fill the teapot with no more than 80% water.
Loud & Audible Whistle
Loud and automatic whistling catch your attention even in a noisy environment.
When you focus on your things, the tea kettle will remind you with a whistle when the water is boiling.
Soft Handle / Spout
The silicone-coated insulated handle allows you to lift the teapot directly. Ergonomic design and soft handle increase the comfort of pouring or lifting.
The user-friendly button allows you to easily open or close the spout.
Fully Sealed Lid
The lid keeps the water in the tea pot 100% sealed, preventing hot steam from escaping and accidentally scalding your hands.
It also improves the boiling efficiency and makes the water boil faster.
18/8 Food-Grade Stainless Steel
BELANKO tea kettle is designed with a 8 inch base that maximizes heat conduction.
High-grade 18/8 of stainless steel is suitable for any heat source including gas, electric, induction, halogen or radiant stoves etc.
The best part of this teapot is the appearance! The wood accents are beautiful. I love to display it on my stove. The whistle is loud and heats up quickly. I recommend!
I love the artistic look of the teapot and the practical functionality, especially the buttons used to open and close the spout.
My only dissatisfaction is that the handle gets hot quickly, which requires me to use a towel or oven mitt when I pick it up to pour.
It's a beautiful teapot and it does heat up the water very quickly. The whistle is extremely loud so I'm sure it will get your attention no matter how distracted you may be. The only drawback is that the lid was very hard to get open and the handle doesn't fold down so it's a little difficult to maneuver the lid underneath the handle while trying to twist it open and pull up on it.