|Stovetop Compatibility: Gas; Electric; Induction||Lid Material: Stainless Steel|
|Assembly Required: No||Lid Attachment: Lifts off|
|Hardware Finish: Black||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Pattern: Solid||Material: Stainless steel|
|Base Material: Stainless steel||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Rust Resistant: Yes||Electric Kettle: No|
|Stovetop Kettle: Yes||Includes Lid: Yes|
|Capacity: 2 Quarts||Oven Safe: No|
|Dishwasher Safe: No||Whistle: Yes|
|Handle Color: Black||Spout Style: Straight|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
Questions & Answers
“Hi, is this item safe to use on an induction cook top?” asked by Crystal
OXO Uplift 2-qt. Tea Kettle
Marie from Pleasanton, TX– Verified Buyer
There is nothing like OXO for ease of use in kitchen tools. This kettle is well balanced and easy to use when pouring - tilt it and the spout opens automatically. It is sleek and lovely except in one respect. The handle is right over the lid, making it impossible to fill from the water dispenser in the refrigerator. I got over it pretty quick, because I have wanted one of these kettles forever for the ease of pouring. The whistle wasn't mentioned in the description, but it is loud enough that I will never boil it dry.
Wallace from Elk Rapids, MI– Verified Buyer
A nice looking kettle with good balance when pouring but a little awkward to fill through the lid. The spout cap should close by itself rather than one having to manually close it.
Either the product, or the kettle I received, is imperfect. The small
Doris Silber from Silver Spring, MD– Verified Buyer
Either the product, or the kettle I received, is imperfect. The small scres holding the parts together were loose on arriva-- I tighened with a Phillips screwdriver.
Decent Kettle though a little overpriced..
lucas Reynolds from Pendleton, OR– Verified Buyer
The kettle works great and performs as advertised. Though I was expecting the kettle to be a little heavier duty for the price paid --It's as light as models less than half its price. I don't care for the fact that it opens directly under the handle either as I use a water purifying pitcher and its inconvenient to have to pour it at just the right angle to avoid the handle. So if OXO wants to be truly innovative, with consumers needs in mind, they would relocate the refill lid-possably to the left or right a bit. All that said I like the pitcher just fine as it is fairly functional and isn't over the top like some other models.
Love this tea pot!
ModernGirl from Boston, MA– Top 50 Reviewer
Good price and quality. I like how easy it is to open the top of the pot and not having a seperate piece.
Kim from Boston, MA
The kettle is exactly as pictured. A beautiful addition to my home. I drink a lot more tea now than before just to enjoy it!
Great Kettle, but the plastic handle
Sad one from Williamston, NC
The kettle itself is great, but the plastic handle on the top is pulling out of the base. I have tried everything from super glue to liquid nails to hold it, but nothing works so far. What can I do? Coltrain from Williamston NC
clc408 from Canton, OH– Verified Buyer
Like all OXO products that I have the good fortune to own, this kettle is beautifully designed in form and function.
Nice tea kettle
Beth from MA– Verified Buyer
I've had the kettle for about a month now. Well balanced, easy to pour. Good weight, and the uplift handle as well as the whistle are working well.
Anonymous from United States– Verified Buyer
The OXO Good Grips line has been recognized by several national and international organizations for superior design and today is regarded as one of the icons of Universal Design.
The goal of making products more usable forces OXO's product designers to first identify problems and inefficiencies of existing products (including their own), not only in terms of comfort, but performance as well. This gives them the foundation to meet their commitment of making only products that offer tangible improvements. Each year, OXO introduces more than 50 products. Many of these products take more than two years to develop. In fact, a few of the products never make it to the market because they fail to meet the OXO criteria.
The line has grown to more than 500 innovative products covering many areas of the home. Since founder Sam Farber sold the company and retired from OXO in 1995, the company was purchased in 1999 by World Kitchen, Inc., a housewares company based in Reston, Virginia, and then again in 2004 by Helen of Troy Limited. Today, OXO continues to be focused on creating innovative solutions for problems that users experience in their everyday tasks.