By Luke Anderson
Everyone is familiar with the common kitchen kettle, right? Fill it up with water, set it on the stove and it will whistle when the water begins to boil. It’s really not a complicated piece of kitchenware, that is until someone decides to change the tune of that whistle.
This Harmonica Kettle is, as you might imagine, a kettle with a built-in harmonica in place of the whistle. Rather than hearing a high-pitched scream, you’ll be greeted with a soft melody from your kettle. Is that worth $265? Not to me, but then again I don’t even own a kettle, so what do I know?