Breville Hot Cup £25 @ Asda (instore and online) - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
326Expired

Breville Hot Cup £25.00 @ Asda (instore and online)

£25.00 @ George (Asda George)
Breville Hot Cup £25 in-store today Asda. Not sure if local or National There has been many a debate on HUKD about the pros and cons of this appliance. If you want one then this is an excellent pri… Read More
quine Avatar
2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
Breville Hot Cup £25 in-store today Asda. Not sure if local or National
There has been many a debate on HUKD about the pros and cons of this appliance.
If you want one then this is an excellent price.

Back in stock.
- search4bargin
Deal Tags:
More From George (Asda George):
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
quine Avatar
2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
Options

All Comments

(40) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Oos online
#2
Seems like a good price. Maybe an alternative would be to buy a Tassimo machine (which can just quickly dispense hot water) least that way you can also have a nice brew without needing a second machine in the kitchen.
#3
Or a kettle?...
#4
This has a Built in DVD player?
1 Like #5
£25 on amazon too
#6
i32999guy
£25 on amazon too

Not due in stock on Amazon till 13th January
1 Like #7
I got one from Amazon on the last deal that cam up and they are quite good if you only want to boil one mug of hot water.If its the same model it will do around 3/4 of a normal sized mug each time so room for milk for those that use it and a lot quicker than a kettle too.
1 Like #8
arachnoid
I got one from Amazon on the last deal that cam up and they are quite good if you only want to boil one mug of hot water.If its the same model it will do around 3/4 of a normal sized mug each time so room for milk for those that use it and a lot quicker than a kettle too.

Very good for the elderly so not lifting boiling kettles
1 Like #9
good find op, heat added :)
1 Like #10
Comment
House
Seems like a good price. Maybe an alternative would be to buy a Tassimo machine (which can just quickly dispense hot water) least that way you can also have a nice brew without needing a second machine in the kitchen.


Difference is that this will boil the water which is necessary for a decent cup of tea, Tassimo passes the water through a hot element to get perfect temperature for coffee but won't make a decent cup of tea.
#11
voted cold cos wrong description its a kettle not a hot cup
2 Likes #12
Asda had them on clearance at 11 quid about 6 months ago. I bought one because I could. I never knew I actually needed one. By the time ive put the coffee and sugar, in the mug its time to put it under the spout. 30 seconds from switching on to hot water flowing out. Its a brilliant machine and one I couldnt do without now.
#13
quine
arachnoid
I got one from Amazon on the last deal that cam up and they are quite good if you only want to boil one mug of hot water.If its the same model it will do around 3/4 of a normal sized mug each time so room for milk for those that use it and a lot quicker than a kettle too.
Very good for the elderly so not lifting boiling kettles
hey old people can carry hot water
#14
Got one as a present a couple of years ago. Still going strong and is pretty good. Needs constant filling up though as only holds a few cups.
#15
meatpie613
quine
arachnoid
I got one from Amazon on the last deal that cam up and they are quite good if you only want to boil one mug of hot water.If its the same model it will do around 3/4 of a normal sized mug each time so room for milk for those that use it and a lot quicker than a kettle too.
Very good for the elderly so not lifting boiling kettles
hey old people can carry hot water

I agree with you but safer for some elderly people
#16
quine
meatpie613
quine
arachnoid
I got one from Amazon on the last deal that cam up and they are quite good if you only want to boil one mug of hot water.If its the same model it will do around 3/4 of a normal sized mug each time so room for milk for those that use it and a lot quicker than a kettle too.
Very good for the elderly so not lifting boiling kettles
hey old people can carry hot water
I agree with you but safer for some elderly people
im offended cos im old and I make a lot of teas and I have never burnt myself carrying the kettle, old people are humans too
#17
meatpie613
voted cold cos wrong description its a kettle not a hot cup

Up to people how they vote but Breville call it a hot cup and their description is
Breville VKJ142 Hot Cup
#18
quine
meatpie613
voted cold cos wrong description its a kettle not a hot cup
Up to people how they vote but Breville call it a hot cup and their description is
Breville VKJ142 Hot Cup
I have now voted breville cold shame cos I like thier shirt pressers aka irons

Edited By: meatpie613 on Dec 30, 2014 20:43
#19
House
Seems like a good price. Maybe an alternative would be to buy a Tassimo machine (which can just quickly dispense hot water) least that way you can also have a nice brew without needing a second machine in the kitchen.
hey whats wrong with turning your boiler up and getting water from the tap way quicker
#20
Can I fill my hot water bottle with this
#21
no not unless its a hand sized water bottle because only dispenses a cup at a time probably to help coffee addicts
1 Like #22
also on amazon that's where I got mine at the same price :{
#23
it looks a good bit of kit but the noise got to me after a while and it failed within 6 months...
#24
kelsy83
also on amazon that's where I got mine at the same price :{


Not expected in stock at Amazon until 13th January though
1 Like #25
I have one of these and it just can't replace the kettle, the water is never truly hot.
#26
Buggar to clean in hard water area
2 Likes #27
petenharry
Buggar to clean in hard water area

Cant see many applying for that job..
#28
ooermissus
petenharry
Buggar to clean in hard water area

Cant see many applying for that job..


Pmsl
1 Like #29
meatpie613
voted cold cos wrong description its a kettle not a hot cup
Nob!
1 Like #30
Brilliant, think will get one for my Mum she has arthritis and is having difficulty lifting the kettle. She is also elderly but I agree with others, being elderly doesn't mean someone is not able. Heading there rapidly myself, so hope I am right about this :)
#31
Used one of these and its bot that convenient to use. Get kettle instead.
#32
Would it fill a pot noodle to the line?
#33
Comment
ooermissus
petenharry
Buggar to clean in hard water area

Cant see many applying for that job..


Brilliant
1 Like #34
my son brought my mum one who,s 85 she loves it and very safe he paid £25.00 in the summer from Asda I am getting one so much easier,
#35
meatpie613
quine
arachnoid
I got one from Amazon on the last deal that cam up and they are quite good if you only want to boil one mug of hot water.If its the same model it will do around 3/4 of a normal sized mug each time so room for milk for those that use it and a lot quicker than a kettle too.
Very good for the elderly so not lifting boiling kettles
hey old people can carry hot water

Maybe it would be better worded as to be safer than a standard kettle for people who suffer with poor hand grip as it does not need the hot kettle lifting to fill the mug

O Great one
Would it fill a pot noodle to the line?

These come in a variety of sizes so its hard to say
For those who want different amounts each time there was another model mentioned in the previous thread that has adjustable hot water settings.





Edited By: arachnoid on Dec 31, 2014 10:38
#36
Love these but they are not well made, I've had 3, the first one just died two days before the guarantee ended (lucky) and the last two leaked just outside the 12 months. I've now gone back to a conventional kettle.
#37
What's the model that dispenses a variable amount of water? I like the idea of these but I don't want a machine telling me how much hot water I'm allowed
#39
Back in stock just ordered one!
#40
back in stock, and in leeds owlcotes. 5/1/16

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!