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I have the blue one and love it's design. The spout is up higher on the kettle than some kettles which means it can hold more water. This is a great feature for serving guests. It was a great wedding gift for us!
I love Martha Stewart stuff but I would seriously advise against buying this kettle. I started to notice that over time my tea was tasting funny, I switched pots and it all changed. I think its the black coating inside the kettle was to blame. I paid full price for this but I would recommend it even if it cost $0.99.
I love this teapot. It's the prettiest teapot I've ever left on my stove and I get many compliments on it. the only downside is that twice we've left it on the burner and there was no water in it, so the bottom burns up on the heating element. This ruins the tea pot and the stove element. Each time I've looked around to see if I find another tea pot I like more to no avail. This time I'll be more careful.
A very inexpensive way to perk up the kitchen. It helps to wrap a towel around it to retain the heat if you bring it to the table for serving. Be careful, it can chip since it's enamel. I hand wash.
I have the green one and the color is just beautiful. I would have given it 5 stars if it whistled BUT most of the time I only let the water get hot enough to where I hear the first bit of boiling so it should not been a huge problem for me.
I've been through many, many teapots and am always looking at new ones. My husband bought me this one (as I had cut the picture out of the Macy's ad and put it in his wallet!) and I LOVE IT! It's shape is perfect and the color has become my palet for redoing my kitchen. It's easy to clean up and the inside doesn't get the same build up as bad as my others have. I have the towels that match it and they look perfect in my kitchen - it's a happy but serene color scheme. I read what people said about it not having a whistle, but as I drink mostly green tea, I never let the water boil anyway (or you burn the tea and it will be bitter). I use a little thermometer to check it after about only a minute or two and it quickly gets to my perfect tea temperature of 165. Then I just put my little lid on and pour it over my tea bag and let it steep for a while and it's perfect! You should measure your water's temperature anyway, so the whistle doesn't matter. Plus it looks better.
I bought this beautiful turquoise tea kettle to coordinate with the other Martha Stewart items in this color for my kitchen. It is a good sturdy tea kettle of excellent weight and looks wonderful in my kitchen.
I hate this teakettle! Its pretty & thats about it. The handle broke after 3-4 months of use & we only use it 3-4 times a month as we are coffee drinkers! Besides that, it doesnt whistle and I have to keep walking back into the kitchen to see if its ready! BIG WASTE OF MONEY!