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BREVILLE HOT CUP £29.00 @ COMET instore

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Black and stainless steel. 3000 watts. 5 cup capacity. 1.5 litre capacity. Water window. Transparent water tank. Removable drip tray. Only boils and dispenses one cup at a time resulting in time and energy being saved. Built in anti-scale filter. Blue illuminated when boiling. Boil dry protection. Non slip feet. Cord storage. 360 degree rotational base.

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2 Likes #1
Dont touch these with a barge pole. They are absolutely rubbish. They are not particularly quick and it gives you a full cup of boiling water each time which is always more than you actually need (no room for the milk). I was using one at work today and they really are terrible. Miles better off with a proper kettle especially if you are not on your own. boiling 4 cups of water individually is just frustrating.
#2
Bought one yesterday, takes about 30 seconds to boil a cup of water which is great for me and the missus. You do need to have decent sized cups/mugs or it will fill your cup and filling it could be made easier, tempted to get the larger version.
#3
I bought one today and found it much quicker than my kettle. Ive kept my kettle A reserve anyway if I need it.
#4
Had one for a year and yes they do produce slightly too much water but I like large mugs of coffee :)

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2 Likes #5
100% disagree with 1st comment.

We've had one of these for a year and it's fantastic.

If only 1 or 2 people in the household have hot drinks these are superb. Dispenses 250ml of water which DOESN'T fill a MUG or large cup.

Take no time to boil.

It's a good deal and a nice addition to the kitchen.

Edited By: yanzui on Jan 05, 2011 18:26
#6
Or, pay a little extra and get the one with the variable dispensing mechanism......much quicker than a kettle and great if you are into hot drinks for 1 or 2 people.
2 Likes #7
Get decent sized cups.

sie
Dont touch these with a barge pole. They are absolutely rubbish. They are not particularly quick and it gives you a full cup of boiling water each time which is always more than you actually need (no room for the milk). I was using one at work today and they really are terrible. Miles better off with a proper kettle especially if you are not on your own. boiling 4 cups of water individually is just frustrating.
#8
withabix
Get decent sized cups.
sie
Dont touch these with a barge pole. They are absolutely rubbish. They are not particularly quick and it gives you a full cup of boiling water each time which is always more than you actually need (no room for the milk). I was using one at work today and they really are terrible. Miles better off with a proper kettle especially if you are not on your own. boiling 4 cups of water individually is just frustrating.

The cups I have are either too small or too big. You shouldnt have to buy certain cups to use a kettle. Imagine going into John Lewis and asking a member of staff how many ml the cup will hold before you can buy it. The device should allow you to use different amounts of water. Its just a stupid design hence it being £29.99.
#9
bought one last week after seeing it previously on here. very pleased with it. agree it does tend to overfill the smaller cups but fine if you use slightly bigger ones. hubby wasnt sure about it but now thinks it is great as no waiting for kettle to boil & forgetting you'd put it on, only to go back & reboil again. hot deal x
#10
Got ours from currys for £24.99 using the pre crimbo voucher.Do not be put off by the vacuous comment.Choosing a slightly larger mug from the cupboard is not that challenging for most of us.
#11
these are great... if you think there's too much water then use a proper mug... not a tea cup
Hot... would highly recommend, had one for a year now...
#12
Also much safer than handling a kettle of boiling water, dispenses in the mug, I just bought a few slightly taller mugs and it is ideal, one of the best purchases made
#13
Is the water hot enough for tea or just coffee?
1 Like #14
So is the water boiling (unlike the Tefal one) so you can make tea with it? If so is it too hot for coffee?

Quite like the idea of one of these at work so I don't have to wait for the kettle
#15
Would like to know if this produces boiling hot water like directly from a kettle, mayb silly question but I like my coffe hot
1 Like #16
here's a suggestion to all the people who say this fills a cup with too much water.....

step over to the sink and tip some out FFS (_;)
#17
Have you got a direct link for £29.99 as when I search comes up £39.99?
#18
i bought this kettle ages ago it actually broke and i went out and bought the newer model i think currys was doing the new one for 35 last week but i maybe wrong, the new model as a variable water fill and a bigger water chamber i think. heat added. can i ask if the 2nd poster was using a egg cup, tbh i have cups that do get full with this kettle but a normal size mug is usually spot on.

Edited By: marra on Jan 05, 2011 21:12
#19
Is the water hot enough for tea or just coffee?

It is hot enough for both with cold milk.
#20
Had mine for over a year and it's a bargain at this price.
Cups too small - lol I've got two mugs that are too big, but all the others we've had have been fine - making tea or coffee - I always put milk into the coffee cup first anyway so as never to get the burnt coffee taste (most people I know do the same) - it does boil the water - and it's hot enough for Pot Knoodles - and dispensers the right amount for them too (so says my teenage son anyway :) )
#21
Pointless device it claims to be energy efficient but boils all the water in the unit (unlike the tefal) you may as well use a quick boil kettle and pour the amount of water you want


Edited By: Ruzzy on Jan 05, 2011 21:22: error
banned#22
its coming up as 39.99 instead of 29.99
#23
Got one these myself and couldn't go back to any other device. It'll take a lot of cups to get your money worth but hey the wow factor alone is worth and it IS boiling when it comes out.

http://www.quooker.com/07_uk/site.html?collection=undefined&cname=undefined&browser=NS47&platform=Win32&d=undefined&w=1920
#24
My sister said hers tastes of what she describes plasticy taste even after washing out dozens of times, i told her just to bin it as amazon gave me my money back when it didnt turn up b4 xmas and then it turned up last week!
#25
not got this, but got the tefal deluxe one, if this is as good then this is very hot.
#26
It has good ratings on amazon, as im guessing this is the 'Breville VKJ142' version? Neither the less Amazons coming up as 39.99 and same with Comet.
1 Like #27
I just don't get these things.
I was making a hot drink (Choca Mocha) at my Aunties house with one of these.
You only need a little bit of water otherwise they're too weak. I put my cup under and put it on and cause a massive flood. Whoopsie!
I'll stick to a normal kettle i think!
#28
Fascinated by the discussion, mightnjust need to buy one of these!:{
#29
I've just got one of these and it is FAB!
#30
great kettle,just get yourself a decent sized mug,not one you'd use at a fairy tea party!!!
#31
Have had ours a few weeks. The water's piping hot so it's great for tea. And it's so fast too, you wouldn't believe it, you've barely got enough time to put the bag in the cup & get the milk out the fridge before it's boiled.

Yeah you need a good sized mug but hey that's how I like my tea anyway.

The MIL gave it to us. She couldn't fill her hot water bottle with it LOL
#32
I totally agree with 1st comment. We've got one and it's pants. Dispenses an annoying amount of water and it is NOT quicker than an average kettle, it even states that in the small print on the box. If I could find the receipt I'd take it back. Sounds like a bloody steam train too.

We had a Tefal one before this that you could easily vary the amount of water you wanted and that was a lot faster, unfortunately it conked out and they had no more left.


Edited By: makkax1 on Jan 05, 2011 22:04: COS THIS THING SUCKS
#33
Bought mine a year ago and it is excellent. Fills a mug to the top and water is hot and not just lukewarm like some.
#34
Not £29.99 it's £39.99 need to change title
#35
Sounds like a "bloody steam train" ? Excellent. Yet another reason to buy one :p

New purchasers will either love it or hate it, if this thread's anything to go by.
#36
bought ours a while ago at £29. To slate it because your cups are too small is ridiculous. Cups of coffee have never tasted better, but not voting because it has been this price before.
#37
Ruzzy
Pointless device it claims to be energy efficient but boils all the water in the unit (unlike the tefal) you may as well use a quick boil kettle and pour the amount of water you want



WRONG! The transparent water tank is just for storage and remains cold at all times. The heating chamber is under the tank and only draws & boils a cup at a time. The steam pressure then draws the water up and out through the nozzle...

Love mine.. highly recomended! Just don't throw your old kettle out, you'll still need it occasionally for sauces, gravy etc.
#38
I must be the only one who needs more water for my tea than this gives out so i have to press the buton twice to fill my big mug and poor half of the second lot away. not good for my electric bill or the planet. Rubish product.:(
#39
jaffacat
Have you got a direct link for £29.99 as when I search comes up £39.99?
oopslala
its coming up as 39.99 instead of 29.99
jaffacat
Not £29.99 it's £39.99 need to change title
Read the title again.
@ COMET INSTORE
#40
This is nonsense - it's actually £39.99 (a polite way of saying 40 quid) exactly the same price as Amazon who also do free delivery!

Edited By: RedSkywalker on Jan 05, 2011 22:50

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