Gooseneck Kettle By Brulux

While I do love my current tea kettle it is quite large plus, I never know how hot the water is at any given time especially when I want to use my French press which it is quite important to know water temperature prior to using.

Not only is this a temperature reading kettle needed for coffee but, for many cooking and baking items in which certain temperatures are needed.

No instruction pamphlet was included however, the instructions are on the side of the box so, don’t throw it out the box until you get these down (I took a picture to print out just in case).

Made in China but, the design and construction is quite solid; I shall see how it holds up for the long haul and if rust becomes a factor.  If it does, or any other update is needed, I will assuredly update my review accordingly.

Unfortunately, there is a sticker that stated “Made in China” on the lid and it did not want to come off easy what so ever; I need to remove it with some fingernail polish remover still.

Temperature is spot-on; I checked it using my digital handheld thermometer.  With that being said the kettle itself is made from stainless steel but, I can see a rusting spot on the inside of the spout.  The handle seems to be made from plastic and is said to be insulated which I do agree with because no matter how hot the water gets the handle never gets warm at all.  Doesn’t even get warm from the range which surprises me due to the size of the base being smaller than my gas stove burner area.

Conclusion:  Works well and is really good to have on hand for when needing temperature specific liquids plus, small footprint makes it great for camping trips.

Disclosure: I received this product discounted however; this in no way influenced my review. I only write honest reviews regardless of whether I purchased a product at full price, at a discount, or received it free.

Tea or coffee?

1 Comment:

  1. This is a great idea. I have a candy thermometer, but it is a pain for some things, especially as I don’t use it for making candy.

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