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Breville one hot cup at Asda Instore for £24.00

£24.00 @ George (Asda George)
Asda Llandudno, in the sale £24 , breville hot cup, Read More
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#1
that item is out of stock online so must be store specific good deal if you can find one local to you tho so might be a good find for someone,thanx for posting

Edited By: mmachine on Aug 30, 2016 22:39
#2
very practical item
2 Likes #3
i did have one, Be advised it makes warm water but not boiling hot water. its ok if you want a quick drink but if your like my wife who wants a red hot cup of tea its no good. after a few weeks i tuck it back for a refund.
#4
They did have quite a lot in Llandudno store at 20.00.
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mmachine
that item is out of stock online so must be store specific good deal if you can find one local to you tho so might be a good find for someone,thanx for posting
...and breathe.
#6
Ed Winchester
mmachine
that item is out of stock online so must be store specific good deal if you can find one local to you tho so might be a good find for someone,thanx for posting
...and breathe.
your point being what
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mmachine
Ed Winchester
mmachine
that item is out of stock online so must be store specific good deal if you can find one local to you tho so might be a good find for someone,thanx for posting
...and breathe.
your point being what

You're lacking in the punctuation department. If a person with respiratory problems was reading it aloud, they may end up passing out.
#8
winter_zombie
i did have one, Be advised it makes warm water but not boiling hot water. its ok if you want a quick drink but if your like my wife who wants a red hot cup of tea its no good. after a few weeks i tuck it back for a refund.

maybe you had a faulty one, i have a couple of friends with these and they both produce damm near boiling water to the cup.
They are a bit of a pain if you have to make several cups tho, kettle is easier for a household where single cup usage is rare
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winter_zombie
i did have one, Be advised it makes warm water but not boiling hot water. its ok if you want a quick drink but if your like my wife who wants a red hot cup of tea its no good. after a few weeks i tuck it back for a refund.


yep same here, i like a bit of steam displayed from a cup!
#10
bevgerrard
They did have quite a lot in Llandudno store at 20.00.
really?
#11
winter_zombie
i did have one, Be advised it makes warm water but not boiling hot water. its ok if you want a quick drink but if your like my wife who wants a red hot cup of tea its no good. after a few weeks i tuck it back for a refund.


every time this item is on here someone posts nonsense like this....Ive got 2 of these and I know other people that have bought them - and i can assure you that it makes a piping hot cuppa in about 30 seconds...the temperature is no different to cuppa made with a normal kettle........so you either have a faulty unit or an asbestos mouth

Hot....very
#12
Sorry I have never seen a kettle put boiling water in a cup
Or seen water bubbling in a cup

Just shows how many people don't know how a kettle works
Water only boils at 100
Once a kettle hits 100 it turns off just like this


I have had the small one of these and now on the big one. Very quick and handy it does have its down sides
Takes an age to file a pan
And you have to fill it every k05 cups on the big one
#13
we retired ours for a big standard 5 quid kettle. They're a pain when you want more than 1 brew. Some cups end up overfilled and others you need to top up. The water is hot but not nearly boiling. To me they're an overpriced gimmick, try making 4 brews at once from them and you're ready to hurl it out the window. Would suit someone who lives alone with a standard sized cup though.
#14
Jack brew.

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