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Posted: 12/03/19 03:58am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What is the best/smallest whistling, gas stove tea kettle for storing in the RV? I just need 1 cup at a time, but I do need the whistle.


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Posted: 12/03/19 05:28am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Do an internet search of “small tea kettles stove top whistling”.


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I use my Jet Boil. Put water on, get out beans, press and grinder. Grind beans, dump in press, put away beans and grinder. By now the water is hot, so don't need the whistle.

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i just went to Target or Wally and bought one of the shelf. no
muss, no fuss.


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rk911 wrote:

i just went to Target or Wally and bought one of the shelf. no
muss, no fuss.


Same here. Holds probably about 1/2 gallon and is super lightweight. Was under $10.


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Most tea kettles are right around 1.5 to 2 quarts in size. Finding much smaller (with a whistle) is nearly impossible, from what I've seen.

Le Creuset makes a 1.25 quart kettle. If you've electricity available, an electric kettle may be a reasonable option; they're not necessarily smaller physically speaking, but many will automatically shut off when the water reaches a boil, which does not take too long. A Sunbeam Hot Shot is another very convenient little electric water heater gizmo for a single cup; quick and easy and effective. If you're camping without hookups, these are of course less attractive.





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I take the same tea kettle I use at home. I can't remember how much it cost, because it's at least 10 years old. It holds abt a quart and a half of water, but you don't have to put that much in.


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WallyWorld or Amazon. Our Wally has a surprisingly good selection of porcelain-painted designs as well as plain stainless. Amazon's probably got 100s to choose from.

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