There’s nothing like a hot cup of tea and the best way to enjoy one at home is with the best tea kettle for gas stove top. If you’ve been trying to find the right fit for your kitchen, you’re in luck. We researched some of the best-selling, top-rated products available and put together this review to help. Before we get started, let’s take a look at some of the key things to keep in mind while you shop.
Material: There are a few different options to choose from when it comes to material. Stainless steel is the most common. We also included a few glass kettles as well as a really awesome looking handmade copper design.
Color: For the most part, color depends on the material. So, stainless steel is silver, glass is clear, copper is, well, copper. We did find one option with an enamel coating that comes in a variety of bright, fun colors.
Capacity: For reference, there are 32 ounces in a quart which is about 4 standard size cups of tea. These kettles come in a variety of different sizes ranging from 1 to 3.2 quarts and everything in between.
Whistling: Most of these kettles whistle when the water is boiling which is ideal if you’re not in the kitchen when the water starts to boil. We know now everyone likes a whistle, though, so we found a few quiet options, too.
Dishwasher: Some of these are dishwasher safe, some are not. Generally, glass kettles are safe on the top shelf of the dishwasher but it varies with stainless steel. Some are, some are not. Note that copper should always be hand washed.
Warranty: As with anything, warranties vary from product to product. A lot of these kettles come with a limited lifetime warranty but there are a few that are much less or don’t have a warranty at all.
Now that you know how to pick the best tea kettle for gas stove, let’s move along into our product reviews. If you’re in a hurry, make sure you check out the first 2 items on our list. Those are our top and budget picks and will make it really easy for you to determine the variety that’s out there. All of these products are great, though, so stick around if you can. Ready to put the kettle on? Let’s go.
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019