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Fellow Clyde Kettle

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MEET CLYDE, A WORKHORSE KETTLE FOR PULLING A HEAVY LOAD. High-grade stainless steel for the greatest build quality, a huge 1.7-liter boiling capacity, and a two-tone harmonic whistle for a one-of-a-kind alert This isn't your grandmother's teapot. Clyde is a modern take on a classic cooktop essential, but with an extra-large capacity for a workhorse. Clyde knows how to work for a crowd, whether it's for multi-refill mornings, entertaining, or large families. Clyde is still a giant stovetop tea kettle designed to heat water, but it's the magical pour spout that sets it apart. The wide-mouth magic spout stays sealed until you start pouring - No more flipping open the whistle cap to a flood of hot steam. And at boiling, two notes merge for a hot water harmony. Because a kettle shouldn’t sound like a screeching banshee.


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