Musical kettle that whistles your favorite tune

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9 Responses to “Musical kettle that whistles your favorite tune”

  1. Citizenkaned says:

    This is collaboration with Yuri Suzuki.

    He spoke about it at WeLoveTechnology last year.

    He is a nice man.

    He also did the excellent Sound Chaser.
    http://www.yurisuzuki.com/soundchaser.html

    CK

  2. Anonymous says:

    This is real steampunk.

  3. ian_b says:

    can it play “kettle whistle”?

  4. ivan256 says:

    Boo! It’s electronic!

    And the headline was so enticing. It needs to be entirely steam powered. This was a perfect excuse to put a fly-ball governor on the top of a teapot!

  5. Gemma says:

    Probably more likely to knock the kettle of boiling water over yourself too, with that sticking out of it.

    /healthandsafety

  6. JenniferJ says:

    Haha…this is much nicer than the loud screaming noise mine makes!

  7. kjs3 says:

    Interestingly, I recently purchased a Chantal tea kettle (http://www.cookswarehouse.com/productcart/pc/Chantal-Classic-Tea-Kettles-45p3830.htm), and it has a contraption on the spout such that instead of a whistle, it sounds like someone is blowing a single rising note on a harmonica when the water boils. Freaks the cats out.

  8. Dave Faris says:

    Hey! The photographer forgot to take all his clothes off before taking the pic!

  9. Evil Jim says:

    Way to use a YouTube logo to link to a .mov file. I’ll have to find some other way to watch this. It looks really neat tho’.

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