Aunt Polly's Electric Hot Water Kettle
A ceramic kettle quickly warms water for your breakfast oatmeal or cup of Earl Grey. Its design allows for a concentrated heat that brews much more hastily than a traditional kettle. Once your water is ready, the floral print teapot will quietly sing with its soothing steam and automatically shut-off.
Free yourself from doubts of a stovetop left on. Merely plug in the kettle. Let your day begin with a calming mug.
Part of our exclusive Hopeless Romantic collection.
- Ceramic, electric.
- 34 oz.
- Heats quickly.
- 32" cord coils conveniently under the base.
- UL listed.
- Automatic shut-off.
- Clean before use with warm water & soap.
To Use- Fill with water. Do not fill past the max line indicated inside.
- DO NOT IMMERSE THE TEA KETTLE IN WATER.
April 14, 2020
I bought this for my daughter for Christmas 2019 to replace one I purchased here 4 years ago. The electrical portion shorted out after years of daily use. Although I ordered the IDENTICAL tea kettle, this new one is a cheaper duplicate. The colors are not as beautiful, the pot shape is not as elegant. It DOES perform its function, and looks good from a distance, but it does not have the “wow factor” of the original beauty.
from Cambridge Ohio
June 8, 2019
My Aunt Polly does NOT sing, puts out steam yes, but NO singing !!! Very disappointed.
July 5, 2019
I love the look of this kettle, it is just what I wanted, however, it is very heavy, much too heavy for me to handle, especially full of boiling water. If you ever have one similar, but lighter weight, let me know. I had to return Aunt Polly's.
from Middletown, NY
October 6, 2020
I loved this kettle and purchased as an early Christmas present for my Mom. She liked it and we got to use it before she passed away on December 19th.Unfortunately, we have hard water and the bottom was hard to keep clean and even rusted. Also, I found the top hard to get off easily.It now serves as a planter for our Christmas cactus.
from San Diego
June 29, 2021
I had loved my electric hot water kettle. But the other day the plug melted the outlet and started on fire, very scary! I am not sure if the plug was faulty or the outlet had some sort of issue. I may take it to an appliance repair shop and see if the plug can be repaired. Unfortunately many made in China items like this one, may not be worth it, and it should go in the trash. Too bad because it was good while it lasted. I cannot recommend it.