A bit bigger than expected but that ok ,pours great no drips on the down side the spout is different colour than rest of teapot, the lid a bit small and moves a bit when pouring ,but still like it recommend.
A good teapot lovely pourer no drips good value and it looks good.
Falcon Enamel 14cm Teapot Red
- Falcon red enamel teapot
The leaders of our scout troop love their cups of tea, we go wilderness camping quit a lot, and always have a camp fire.
Great size, great pourer, what’s not to love?.
I was wanting a few things to brighten up my kitchen. This is perfect and makes good tea.
Falcon Enamel 14cm Teapot Red : Just need to improve the quality of my tea making now.
Got this as a gift for my gran to replace here old red enamel teapot. The quality of this item is very high. The internal white coating helps show dirt when cleaning. The opening at the top is very wide, which also aids in cleaning.
Very colourful and keep the tea hot for a good time. It is safe to use it directly on the hob. Careful with the handle as it gets hot.
Just bought another one as my 2 year old broke the unbreakable teapot.
Great teapot, our fifth in 35 years. They dont wear put in 5 years, you must want a different colour.
After smashing countless ceramic teapot lids, i resorted to unbreakable. This certainly is that, it has bounced off my ceramic tiled floor on numerous occasions,without a dent or chip. Keeps tea hot longer and excellent pourer.
Lightweight teapot that pours well.
Good quality product; love the rustic feel and bold colour. Used this (with the matching enamel cups) for serving cocktails in the garden, went down a storm.
Excellent product, looks great and comfortably holds four cups. Best of all, it pours well – no slops or drips – hooray.
I actually bought mine from bill’s (the grocers) as they use them for their pots of tea and also sell them because they are so good. I wanted to review it though so i came on here. The best thing about it is that it pours without spilling. It doesn’t come through the lid and when it comes from the spout all the tea goes where you want it to instead of dribbling down the spout and all over the kitchen side/floor. It also gets roasting hot as you would hope for a tin teapot so is much better at keeping the tea warm instead of a china or ceramic pot. It also seems to be a bottomless pit and keeps pouring for a good 4-6 cups (depending on the type of cup you use).