Source for whistling teapot with "train whistle" sound, NOT using harmonica reed
Category: Family and Home > Food and Cooking
Asked by: pcjohn-ga
List Price: $7.00
09 Dec 2005 10:20 PST
Expires: 08 Jan 2006 10:20 PST
Question ID: 603705
Need a source to purchase a "train whistle" teapot; NOT one with "harmonica" reeds --I've heard those and they don't make the same, HUGE sound that this one does. I beleive the one I am looking has a fipple-type whistle like a pipe organ, recorder, or Irish Tin whistle. It sounded like it had more-than-one note sounding, and it sounded like an old steam whistle on a train or riverboat. I seen (and heard) one that someone bought in Japan. She didn't recall where she bought it. She bought it about 10 yrs ago.
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Re: Source for whistling teapot with "train whistle" sound, NOT using harmonica
From: myoarin-ga on 10 Dec 2005 08:47 PST
Hi, Here is a wooden 3 tone "train whistle". I used to have one; sounds good. It should be easy to find a way to fit it on your kettle. I don't know how it would respond to hot steam - buy a couple of them. http://www.physlink.com/estore/cart/TrainWhistle.cfm I found it on a couple of other sites, but they were more expensive. Cheers, Myoarin
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