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Like everyone who values great cookware, Kitchn is a big fan of Le Creuset. In fact, they’re the first to jump at the opportunity to save whenever the brand’s iconic enameled cast iron pieces go on sale (and share the details with our readers, too!). And if the high price tag has deterred you from starting your own colorful collection, here’s your chance to bring home a pop of Le Creuset beauty for a downright bargain. Right now for a limited time only, you can pick up the brand’s Enameled Steel Demi Tea Kettle, which normally sells for $75, for almost $20 off at Williams Sonoma.

The elegant enameled cast iron body of the kettle is available in Le Creuset’s classic color palette, including Red, Flame, and Marseille blue, but the sale also features a few of the brand’s newer colorways. (You may recall, we’re big fans of the gorgeous Artichaut and Agave tones.) Measuring just 6.25 inches in diameter, the kettle’s petite, glossy body is smaller than most standard kettles, so it’s ideal for keeping your stovetop uncluttered, even if you have a narrow range. And it can still accommodate several servings at once. As one happy reviewer shares, “I wanted a tea kettle to make a few mugs of tea at a time and that is what this does.” Another plus? A smaller kettle takes less time to boil than larger versions.

The lid of the kettle fits tightly to prevent steam from escaping, and the spout has a hinging cover that whistles when the water boils (leave the cover open if you’d rather a silent boil). It’s compatible with all cooktops, including induction, which was a big selling point for one customer who shared, “It is hard to find the perfect tea kettle that is induction compatible,” adding, “so pleased with this purchase!”

Whether you’re a pour-over coffee, instant oatmeal, tea, or to-go soup fan, a kettle is a must-have for having hot water on demand. And getting it in the form of a piece of premium French cookware for a serious steal? That’s a win-win!

Vanessa Spilios

Contributor

Vanessa received her culinary training at Boston U. and has a background in housewares product development & marketing. When not testing appliances or developing recipes, she spends her time drawing and tending to her small but mighty porch garden.