Mr. Coffee 74265.02 Harpwell 2 Quart Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle, Silver

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About this item Solid stainless steel constructed teakettle Whistling teakettle alerts when water is boiling Flip-up spout cover for safe and easy pouring and a stay cool trigger for saftey Hand wash recommended 2-Quarts


From the manufacturer


Mr. Coffee tea kettles are the perfect stovetop tea and water boilers for your home, dorm, condo, or apartment.

The whistling tea kettles by Mr. Coffee add an aesthetic appeal to your stovetop to enhance the overall appearance and functionality of your kitchen.

The timeless look goes well with any kitchen layout and design. The distinctive shape of this teakettle looks fantastic on the stove top or around the kitchen, and it boils water for delicious hot cocoa with the family or a medium to large pot of tea or coffee.


Product Dimensions

18.25 x 18.5 x 9 inches

Item Weight

0.01 ounces


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Item model number


Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#256,169 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #488 in Tea Kettles

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

June 28, 2017

10 отзывов на Mr. Coffee 74265.02 Harpwell 2 Quart Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle, Silver

  1. Justitia

    Really 4 1/2 stars. There are so many things to love about this kettle but there is one concern:1. The bottom is wide. I have a very old electric stove and the stove top has two small and two large burners. The tea kettle I’ve been using for the last several years, an OXO very good quality but they made the design so the kettle curved in at the bottom. Pleasing to look at but it took considerably longer to boil the water. This Gibson Mr. Coffee boils water extremely fast — it actually has disrupted my morning breakfast routine because it is ready for me before I am ready for it — but I’ll adjust :-)2. The handle really stays cool. It does NOT get hot.3. The cover is made of the same material as the handle and so it does not get hot either. Why this matters to me is that I pre-heat my thermos with boiling water and while it heats up — I pour more water into the kettle to boil. With a hot or metal top, as was on my other kettle, I was constantly burning myself with dabs of boiling water or trying to just touch the cool handle without touching the hot metal top it was attached to without burning myself.4. It holds over two quarts of water — very hard to find one that does so and is high quality.It has all the other usual advantages it lists.WHAT IT DOESN’T LIST is that though it advertises stainless steel — the inside is coated with something not mentioned anywhere in the description or in the enclosed pamphlet. It looks like teflon. but I have no idea what it is. Other reviewers here have commented on that.What scares me the most is that the pot is made in China — but I’ve looked all over for one made completely in the USA or Europe but haven’t found one.So I suspect that this pot is a very low grade stainless steel and would start rusting right away if the coating wasn’t there — but who knows what it is made out of.But I’ve decided to stick with it anyway.

  2. Nancy A. McGraw

    Love this tea kettle! It has a very loud whistle, can hear it everywhere in our house. Easy to keep clean and fill. I fill it through the spout. That way the lid stays right and keeps the whistle loud.

  3. Songbird

    WOW! I had no idea there was so much to say about tea kettles, but I got an «eye/ear»-full while researching this simple product. First of all I didn’t want to pay $40+ for a kettle to boil water. Also, I’m not really a coffee afficionada who needs water boiled in glass at a particular temperature. All of this led me to purchase the 2-Quart Mr. Coffee Harpwell Whistling Tea Kettle from Maslow’s Mountain. I paid full price for this product and I usually wait at least a month before commenting, so if anything changes with my satisfaction of this tea kettle, I’ll update my review. After one use here is why I have nothing negative to say about this product:1) Customer Service was fantastic right from the start. Maslow’s Mountain followed delivery of the kettle right down to my doorstep, just in case I missed USP or my package was stolen. They assured me of their care in making sure I was a satisfied customer. I think they’ve succeeded.2) The product is as pictured (minus the coffee mug)—beautiful, shiny, with a nice modern design.3) The product insert was clear and straight to the point, with no special care instructions. Pre-wash the pot in hot, soapy water, rinse, dry, put water in the kettle, and boil.4) The whistle is perfect, going from soft to piercingly loud for when you’re distracted or practically out of the house. A must!5) Beautiful ergonomic design; well balanced and looks lovely on my black stove.6) The kettle is a medium weight stainless steel with hard plastic handle which was comfortable to handle without a mitt. However, if you left it on the stove too long, it might get hot.7) All the closures fit tightly, important for whistling, but not too tight for easy removal for cleaning or filling. Or, fill from the spout.8) I like the easy-open mechanism on the handle for opening the spout. And, it stays open until you close it again (or not).The perfect kettle for me! I hope this review helped you to make your kettle-decision a little easier.

  4. buffalobill45

    Unless you need to impress visitors to your kitchen, there’s no need to look any further for a basic tea kettle that doesn’t seem to have any weak points or design flaws. I searched & searched for the perfect tea kettle, and considered some that cost 4 times as much as this tea kettle. But, almost everyone of them had issues, according to reviewers, or how I perceived them. So, I lowered my expectations and thought that I’d just get a basic tea kettle to replace the one that we had that was self-destructing, and I stumbled across the kettle that is the subject of this review.Other than being much lighter that the enameled steel kettle that it has replaced, it does everything that I expect a tea kettle to do. . .It heats up fast, whistles loud enough to be heard at either end of our house, is well balanced (regardless of how full it is), and when one pours hot water into a cup, the hot water doesn’t spit all over the counter or onto one’s hand. The handle only gets slightly warm when the water has boiled, and the clever spout opening lever is easy & intuitive to operate, even if one suffers from arthritis. The large center opening lid was a bit stiff to remove at first, but after a few weeks, it’s no longer an issue. That opening, being as large as it is, permits someone to easily clean the inside of the tea kettle. After about 4 weeks of daily use (so far), there’s no buildup or rust inside the kettle, even w/ the high mineral content water we have here in GA. The polished stainless steel exterior cleans up easily.So, unless you must impress w/ a designer type tea kettle, this one simply is a very good tea kettle!

  5. Dawn W

    I needed a new tea kettle and like other reviewers have stated on reviews for various styles, who would have thought it would have been so involved finding one I liked? The thing that was most important to me is a removable lid. My last tea kettle cost me probably less then $10.00 and has lasted for better then 15 years. The only thing that was wrong with it was the handle. It had begun to become loose and did not have screws that could be tightened. It was becoming dangerous due to the fact that when I was pouring the boiling water into my cup, with the handle being so loose the ‘pot’ of the kettle would swing and I was afraid that one day I would end up with boiling water all over myself so off I went looking for a replacement. I love shopping on so I looked and I looked and read reviews til I was cross-eyed! Although this one had no reviews (and I am pleased to be the first!) I liked the looks, the fact that it has a removable lid, and a stationary handle that stays cool and has a button you push to open the pour spout. With my old one, I had to remove the whistle from the spout and as you can imagine it could be very hot. The whistle on my old tea kettle was piercing; this one is softer but I am able to hear it if I’m in another room. I like the fact that the lid fits very snug. I have arthritis in my hands and the button on the handle that opens the spout is easy enough for me to push open and closed. It’s a good weight and does seem to be very well constructed. I have been using it for my nightly tea ever since it arrived and I am loving it! It really looks nice sitting on my black smooth top stove too. I think I’m going to be using this one for a very long time.

  6. SisterKate

    This is my second one after destroying the first one by leaving it to burn on the cook top, melting all the plastic. i wanted to get the same one because it looks so attractive. i love the wide smooth bottom, so that the gas flames don’t rise up the side like the one with a more narrow base i had before.

  7. voila viola

    I was hesitant to order this kettle because of the price. But the positives outweigh the negatives.Positives — Well designed. The kettle is seamless, so there is no bottom seam to separate or rust! The kettle bottom is a little wider, so one can use a larger flame or burner to heat water faster. The handle is some kind of high density plastic, so you do not need a pot holder to handle the kettle after heating water. It also utilizes one hand operation — the lever under the handle opens the spout and there a button on the top of the handle that closes the spout, all without moving your hand. The lid is is the same material as the handle and can be popped off easily with your fingers as you grasp the handle from the top.A big positive is a very nicely designed kettle for under $20!Negatives — The stainless steel seems a little thin and therefore might dent easily, but this also makes it lighter weight and easier to handle. The kettle is a polished steel, not brushed, and it seems it has darkened slightly after a few weeks use. The bottom, however, has not discolored at all, even after daily use on a gas flame for several weeks. I have wiped the outside with warm soapy water to clean. I do not use anything that might scratch the steel as I suspect the polished steel might show scratches easily.

  8. RunnerDale

    I would recommend this kettle. Yes outside is stainless steel. Inside has a coating on it. After reading about rust on just about every tea kettle I looked at, I ordered this one. I was initially disappointed that there was some kind of coating on the inside but for $20, I decided to give it a try. After using, I ALWAYS dump the remainder of the hot water out, take off lid (and wipe it off) and let the remaining moisture steam the inside of the kettle dry. And of course, put the empty kettle on a cool burner. (Yes, many of the kettles I looked at also had «melting issues».) After 3 months of use, the kettle is perfectly fine. I’m buying one for my daughter.

  9. Violet

    My inlaws tend to burn/melt tea kettles so I have bought many different ones for them. On Sundays I have to make 2 kettles worth of tea so I have had the chance to compare many different tea kettles. Some kettles are awful — awkward, unbalanced, or hand-burning metal too far up the handle. This Mr. Coffee Harpwell style is the most recent tea kettle I bought for them and it looks great and is well-balanced. I particularly like that there is no bottom edge seam to leak in the future so I also replaced my own old leaky tea kettle with a Mr. Coffee Harpwell.My inlaws’ current 2nd tea kettle is the Mr. Coffee Steamline style and that is also a nice kettle, well balanced and light weight. For the first time in long time I like both tea kettles at the inlaws.

  10. Bosco

    I did a lot of research looking for a functional tea kettle that would not rust. I finally decided to give this one a try based on positive reviews and price. I have been using it daily for a while and so far I am very happy it. I love its shape and shiny look on my electric stove top; I love the sturdy handle and the way I can open and close the spout while holding it; I love the sound of the whistle that reminds me it’s ready to pour. After each use, I empty it, dry it out, and leave the spout open. I have not seen any sign of corrosion or rust even though we use well water that is high in iron content. To sum up, it does everything a good kettle should do. It heats water quickly, whistles when it’s ready, and keeps the water hot for a long time. What more could you ask?

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