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Heron tea pot

A visual clue before the annoying whisle.
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A steam kettle designed as a scale version of Herons' steam engine which begins spinning before building up enough steam to activate the whistles.

http://www.mlahanas...ronSteamEngine1.jpg [2 fries shy of a happy meal, Sep 29 2009]

Hero/Heron http://en.wikipedia.../Hero_of_alexandria
Clever bloke ... [8th of 7, Sep 29 2009]

Great blue heron teapot http://farm3.static...4613_d12ceda13d.jpg
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Sep 29 2009]

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       Would this be "Hero of Alexandria" by any chance .... ?
8th of 7, Sep 29 2009
  

       Well, it s a heap of something. Quite what remains to be described ....
8th of 7, Sep 29 2009
  

       Aeolpile eh? Word of the day.   

       This is not at all what I expected. (shuffles off with much disappointment on face...WAAAAAAAAAAAwaa, I wanted a HERON Tea Pot. Blue, great, nice. no)
blissmiss, Sep 29 2009
  

       Sorry [bliss] That's already baked. Best I can do for you is a [link].   

       Great, nice. No?   

       I thought you had to smoke it or inject it - this is much more civilised. Might appeal to the less reputable elements of retirement homes.
wagster, Sep 30 2009
  

       Would it have ennough power to be geared to a pouring device?
pocmloc, Sep 30 2009
  

       I imagine that steam would have enough power to lift a piston large enough to make self powered pouring possible.   
      
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