Le Creuset Stoneware Traditional Kettle - Meringue
This beautiful stoneware kettle by Le Creuset is a real classic here at Redber. Bring traditional style to your kitchen with this classic kettle that whistles when your water’s ready.
An extra-strong induction suitable bottom means your water heats up fast, while an ergonomic, heat-resistant handle makes for safe, easy pouring. Crafted from enamelled steel, it adds a vibrant pop of colour to your home.
Le Creuset Stoneware Kettle featuresA rainbow of colour: available in an array of colours, our range will inject a pop of vibrant hues in your kitchen.
Advanced efficiency: our Kettles have a wide base for more efficient heating.
Kettle Material: Carbon Steel Enamelled
Kettle Warranty: 5 years
Product Code: 40102027160000
- Electric Hob
- Ceramic Glass Cooktop
- Gas Hob
- Induction Hob
- Capacity: 2.1 L
- Length: 27.6 cm
- Width: 21.1 cm
- Height: 25.1 cm
Before First Use
Enjoy unboxing your new Le Creuset Stoneware Kettle! (And make sure to remove the labels and packaging.)
Wash your Le Creuset product in warm, soapy water; then rinse and dry thoroughly.
Before you first use your kettle, remove the lid, fill the kettle with clean water, boil it, then discard the water.
Don't fill above the marked line.
Cooking with your stoneware kettle
For induction hob cooking, avoid using the ‘boost’ function as it should only be used for rapid heating large volumes of water.
Lift the kettle on and off, or across the surface instead of sliding to avoid damaging the base of the kettle or the surface
Never slide the product on any glass-topped hob/stove top, as this may cause damage to the product base and the glass. Instead, always lift the product on and off, or across the surface.
When hot, rest it on a heat resistant surface.
Cleaning your stoneware kettle
Clean your stoneware kettle after each use – hand wash it with a neutral detergent. Never use abrasive scrubbers or detergents as they could damage the surface. Done? Dry your kettle thoroughly to prevent mineral deposits.
Don’t leave water sitting in your kettle when it's not in use.
To remove mineral deposits fill the kettle up to the maximum mark level with a mixture of 50% water and 50% white vinegar and allow to simmer for 20 minutes. If deposit persists use a gentle descaler.
Dry well after washing and store in a dry place.
Use the product on the most appropriately sized hob ring to avoid damage or overheating.
On induction hobs/stove tops, do not rely on the automatic switch-off function. In case of malfunction, all the water in the kettle may evaporate, causing damage by overheating.
For those stoneware kettles with a foldable handle, do ensure that the handle is firmly in the upright position before placing the kettle on the heat source to avoid possible handle overheating.
Close the lid tightly to keep the handle safe from steam.
Always make sure the spout and lid indentations are pointing away from you and others.
Do not allow the kettle to boil dry, as this will quickly lead to overheating.
Remember to turn off the heating source when the water starts boiling, and remove the kettle from the heating source.
Boiled your water? Wait 10-15 seconds before removing the kettle from the heat, then go ahead and pour. Never tip the kettle upside down. Make sure the lid knob is pressed firmly down.
Allow your kettle to cool thoroughly before refilling it with cold water.