Breville Hot Cup hot water dispenser £30 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Been waiting for this to drop back down to £30 since before Christmas last year as it has been £38+ since... now ordered one for myself. Next cheapest is £38.79 at Argos. Note that this is the version that dispenses exactly 250ml every time and not the variable dispense version so make sure that you have the mugs to handle all that water beforehand! Good if you like a large mug of tea or coffee like me. For more opinions you could do what I normally do and read the various customer reviews.

* Boiling water at the touch of a button
* Dispenses 5 cups without refilling
* Energy saving only boil the amount of water you need
* No mess drip tray and easy to fill
* Illuminated tank when on boil with a stylish contemporary design

Fancy a nice hot cuppa in seconds?!

The Breville Hot Cup dispenses a 250ml cup of boiling water, and will dispense up to 5 cups without refilling. The exclusive, patented technology ensures that water is only dispensed at boiling point, making perfect hot drinks every time! Whats more, the smooth and continuous flow of water keeps any splashing to a minimum. The Hot Cup also features a blue illumination as it boils, which along with the sleek design will add a sense of style and sophistication to any kitchen worktop.

By just boiling what you need you can save energy. With the Breville Hot Cup you just press a button and it dispenses one cup of boiling water, so you choose the right number of cups to boil. Tens of millions of pounds are wasted on unnecessary electricity each year by people boiling water they dont need. So why not avoid wasting your hard-earned cash on hefty electricity bills and just boil the number of cups you need?

The Breville Hot Cup is easy to use simply lift the main unit off the base and fill up at a tap just like a normal kettle! The base also holds a removable drip tray, which is easy to clean and dishwasher safe. No hassle, no fuss!

Perfect for those with a hectic lifestyle, the Breville Hot Cup will dispense boiling water in a matter of seconds meaning you can grab a cup of tea or coffee on the go no waiting around and no need to be late for work!
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#1
Tens of millions of pounds are wasted on unnecessary electricity each year by people boiling water they dont need,yes,granted...............but how much electricity is wasted by the unnecessary blue illumination?
#2
Got one of these for my dear old mum for Xmas.

She loves it - she had been having issues with lifting a kettle.

Definately saves her cash (even accounting for the light) as she always boiled far too much water (probably why she couldnt lift the kettle :roll: )

As mentioned by op the dispensed amount is fixed to you do have to use mugs that can hold enough.

Hot (ironically).
#3
Definately saves her cash (even accounting for the light) ............Great reply.........still laughing.......
#4
i like mine, got it in the comet deal before christmas for £26.10. my other half wanted a new kettle so i got her this to stop her boiling a full kettle each time she made 1 drink, but it completely baffled her mum, who forgot to put a cup under the spout.

mj
#5
antenna
Definately saves her cash (even accounting for the light) ............Great reply.........still laughing.......


Perhaps the blue light is so you can make a cuppa without switching on the kitchen light thereby saving even more cash :thumbsup:
#6
We had the tefal onecup which didnt boil the water and by the time you put the milk in your drink was luck warm. Then we purchased one of theses which boils the water like a normal kettle and have had it for over a year.

Great kettle for us but there are 2 down points for me

1. there is only 1 mug size.
2. there is no filter for the water.

Voted Hot tempted to buy a spare at this price.
#7
antenna
Tens of millions of pounds are wasted on unnecessary electricity each year by people boiling water they dont need,yes,granted...............but how much electricity is wasted by the unnecessary blue illumination?

Tomb
Perhaps the blue light is so you can make a cuppa without switching on the kitchen light thereby saving even more cash :thumbsup:


There you go, you see.... they've thought of everything! :thumbsup:
#8
antenna
...............but how much electricity is wasted by the unnecessary blue illumination?


And if your having to worry about such things you probably should go back to the stone age. ;-)
#9
Was gonna buy one of these, loved the idea, until I actually saw it in real life, cheap and nasty and small. Ok for your Grans kitchen I guess.

Good price though.
#10
Soulreape
Was gonna buy one of these, loved the idea, until I actually saw it in real life, cheap and nasty and small. Ok for your Grans kitchen I guess.

Good price though.


It's not that small .... it sits next to my kettle and is taller than that.

Although it does actually take longer than the 4 seconds it claims, it is much faster than any kettle. Would recommend.
#11
Hot. Always thought the Tefal one was pointless as it doesn't do proper boiling water so useless for tea, but if this does proper boiling water it'll be great.

The blue illumination will be a from a LED which will use barely any power and certainly the savings you'd make on water would outweigh them unless you never ever put too much water in your kettle.
#12
What is the Kw rating of this kettle...........must be quite high to boil water this quick..........dont get me wrong,this is a clever way to boil 250ml of water.
Anyone got one AND a power watcher thingy to see the power consumption?............edited to say that from feedback on Amazon this can take up to 50 seconds to boil so may not be a high Kw element.

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