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Breville VKJ318 Hot Cup with Variable Dispense reduced to £39.99 delivered @ Amazon + £2 MP3 Credit

£39.99 @ Amazon
Gets very good reviews. * The next generation of the Breville Hot Cup * Hot water in seconds at the touch of a button * Variable cup size dispenser and manual stop function * L… Read More
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Gets very good reviews.


* The next generation of the Breville Hot Cup
* Hot water in seconds at the touch of a button
* Variable cup size dispenser and manual stop function
* Large 2 litre capacity in a stylish blue-illuminated design
* Save energy--only boil what you need
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#1
Brilliant Price, Great machine
#2
It's clever little ideas like this that
help the environment, NOT taxes.
Great idea and good price. HOT
#3
far better than the original, will look into it! cheers OP!
#4
Have thought about these things before, always been put off by the reviews which say they don't really boil the water (and boiling water is good for tea) ... but the reviews on Amazon say the water from this device will scald the hand off you ... excellent ... ordered !

Thanks, OP, H&R !
#5
I have the original one and have to say it does boil the water, its a great device, this model is even better now the minor flaw has been fixed of cup sizes.

Hot
#6
How many full kettles of water can one boil for £39.99 though? :)
#7
Anyone know if you can adjust the temperature on this - if I want water at just below boiling.
#8
Same price at Argos, if you prefer to collect. Seems to be plenty in stock too.
#9
Greg136
Same price at Argos, if you prefer to collect. Seems to be plenty in stock too.


yes i just noticed that also, may be better to get the cheap Argos warranty just in case it breaks after 1 year as seems there have been some issues with it already.
#10
Same price at John Lewis, too - though no free voucher http://www.johnlewis.com/230858186/Product.aspx
#11
My kettle does the job in 60 seconds instead of 30 with this one and it is only one third the price. I can hardly get the tea cup out of the cupboard before the water is boiled. Pointless gimmick......
#12
Picked one of these up from Argos yesterday. Very happy indeed, been waiting for the price to drop to something sensible for a kettle.
#13
i also have the original and wouldnt be without it, great for a 1 to 2 person house. tempted to get this for the cup size function.
#14
Aiadi
My kettle does the job in 60 seconds instead of 30 with this one and it is only one third the price. I can hardly get the tea cup out of the cupboard before the water is boiled. Pointless gimmick......


Yeah you keep believing that and the rest of us that have actually bought it, will continue being really pleased with it.

The difference for those that don't realise, is that it boils and dispenses the correct amount, so you don't have to judge how much water to put in it to be efficient (environmentally & financially) You just fill the lightweight jug completely, and it lasts for several cups, and it pours it for you. It's like having a vending machine in your kitchen. And at 20-30 quid over an ordinary kettle, it's hardly an extravagence for something that is usually used several times every day (you might make it back in electricity savings anyway).

In years to come everyone will have one (except for those that still use steel fireplace irons, and wash their clothes in a bucket).
#15
Pointless device for saving energy/money/the planet etc.

Buy a cheap kettle if you need a new one and learn to fill it properly.
#16
teabag31
i also have the original and wouldnt be without it, great for a 1 to 2 person house. tempted to get this for the cup size function.


Teabag31, 1st post, Hmmmmmmmm. Not sure:whistling:
#17
It might save even more energy if it didn't illuminate the water tank :-D
#18
Saw this last night and was tempted. Hmm.
#19
Bought one, however it does not boil the water but heat it to around 80-90 degrees, so not very good for Tea however excellent for coffee.
#20
Gingerboy
Teabag31, 1st post, Hmmmmmmmm. Not sure:whistling:


what do you mean?

also this does boil the water to boiling point its the tefal that dont infact it seems hotter than our last kettle which was the breville lightning.
#21
Thanks I looked at these a few months ago but the small amount of water they dispensed then put me off. I hadn't realised they have made them variable. I have just placed my order
#22
Excellent device.Got one of these and would recommend.
#23
These things are useless - I like a hot cuppa not tepid like this thing puts out.

Took mine back for a refund - one of my better decisions
#24
Just incase you want one and cant wait Argos are selling the variable one for £39.99
I have the Tefal quick cup and its very good just not hot enough for tea this one according to the reviews is so I have just ordered one.
When you have 2 younger children and two older ones they will boil a full kettle then either not use it striaght away and boil it again or take out a small amout from a full kettle so for me very green.
#25
I've looked at these things, but in my view they're too plasticy - and I've read numerous reports that the water tastes of plastic when it's boiled. I prefer a stainless steel kettle.
#26
If you are lucky enough to get to MAKRO then it is £24.99 PLUS VAT.
#27
eye will
If you are lucky enough to get to MAKRO then it is £24.99 PLUS VAT.


Youd better do it before the budget or it will be +20% (still cheaper )
#28
Well iv'e reserved one from argos, but will still give heat for this post.
#29
They sound ...OK but I still don't really understand why you'd swap your regular kettle for one, unless it was really poor.

I fill up my kettle to the '2' line, it boils up the water in about a minute, whilst I get my tea bags and cups and a spoon and I have a nice scalding cuppa in less than 2 minutes. I don't know why I would need to spend £30 to save 30 seconds :/ maybe I'm missing something key.
#30
KittyKate;8870792
They sound ...OK but I still don't really understand why you'd swap your regular kettle for one, unless it was really poor.

I fill up my kettle to the '2' line, it boils up the water in about a minute, whilst I get my tea bags and cups and a spoon and I have a nice scalding cuppa in less than 2 minutes. I don't know why I would need to spend £30 to save 30 seconds :/ maybe I'm missing something key.


No, I don't think you're missing anything at all. I was very tempted by one of these (love gadgets - even to the rather sad extent of a popcorn maker!) but a minute's reflection made me realise it's just another unnecessary piece of clutter.

The kettle does the job just as well, as you say, and without the water tasting of plastic. :thumbsup:
#31
It depends how many people use it as I have said in my situation I cant control everyone who has a hot cuppa so a normal kettle in my house will be on and off reheating full of water when 1 cup is all required so it will quarentee the right amount of heated water when needed .

The Tefal quick cup has saved me energy but the water is slightly to cool for a proper tea.

You can pay more then this for a standard kettle so at £39 its a reasonable price now.
#32
I bought one of these when they were £60 to replace a Tefal quick cup. They are excellent and despite what some people say the water is boiled to 100 degrees.

In my household the teenagers were forever wandering off while waiting for the kettle to boil, so always re-boiling the water.

With this the hot water is practically instant
#33
philbot
... despite what some people say the water is boiled to 100 degrees. ...


I measured water at 96c exiting tap ... so yes, as good as boiling I would say!
#34
I got one from Argos yesterday and it's really good.

My reason for buying is that our 2 yr old fast boil kettle takes 3-4 mins to boil 2 cups worth of water and then when it's boiling, doesn't auto turn off, so if left unattended it will boil dry.

This one boils a cup full in just under 40 secs........ and it is boiling hot.

I also got the 3yr cover for £8.99.

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