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The whistle sound produced by a whistling teapot is based on the same mechanism as that of an organ pipe or flute. The length of the spout determines the pitch of the sound; a shorter spout produces a higher pitch and a longer spout makes a lower pitched whistle. The reason behind the sound isn't totally understood, but scientists have a good idea of what causes the noise.
Whilst most whistling teapots are made of stainless steel, some models are made of glass or ceramic. These materials have higher quality build and are more durable. This is an excellent choice for people who enjoy drinking a large amount of tea, and who also want to have a sturdier kettle. The teapot should also withstand hot water for the required amount of time, so it's important to follow the directions on the package to prevent overheating.
While there are many brands of whistling tea kettles on the market, the best ones feature a high quality stainless steel body and heat-resistant handles. They are also dishwasher-safe and easy to clean. The basic versions of these pots cost less than ten dollars, but are unlikely to last for a long time. Some models are not equipped with heat-resistant handles, so you'll have to replace them regularly if you want them to last a long time.