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Tefal Quick Cup - £48.44 @ Currys

richh Avatar
9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago
DON'T KNOW HOW LONG THIS WILL LAST!!!

Save time and energy with Tefal Quick Cup, and make getting that first cuppa of the morning a lot easier. Press the red button for hot water in just 3 seconds, thanks to Tefal's incredible technology. You'll reduce energy consumption by up to 65% compared to a standard kettle, helping you save money and protect the environment. Fancy a cold, filtered drink? Just press the black button for instant cool water.

Usually this product retails for £59.99, but for some reason when you click add to basket Currys knock £9 off it add to this the the code for 5% YAW800, so you end up paying £48.44 with FREE delivery. Also use Quidco and you'll get £1.70. (So it works out at £46.74)
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9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago
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#1
@ richh - Thanks for the post! We usually don't include quidco cashabck in the price shown, so i have updated your post. Also added retailer name and price into the thread title

Please see the links in my signature for help on posting deals. :)
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emmajk42
@ richh - Thanks for the post! We usually don't include quidco cashabck in the price shown, so i have updated your post. Also added retailer name and price into the thread title

Please see the links in my signature for help on posting deals. :)


Thanks this was my first post but I'll bare that in mind on the next post.
#3
These don't produce boiling water. A must for t in my opinion. Still very good for coffee.
#4
Cheaper in Costco at the moment if you have a membership and they have a no quibble returns policy if you find it's not your thing. I think you'll find prices on this tumbling more and more.
#5
We have one of these and it's absolutely fine for tea, coffee, cup-a-soup etc it's a great bit of kit.
It's not quite three seconds to produce the water, more like about eight, what a wasted of five seconds eh? ;)
#6
davelfc
Cheaper in Costco at the moment if you have a membership and they have a no quibble returns policy if you find it's not your thing. I think you'll find prices on this tumbling more and more.


As far as I can see Costco cost £20+VAT but i guess if you have the membership already its worth it, and if you live near one. But if you don't the Currys would be the best bet as its free delivery. I've bought one and should arrive soon! :)
#7
mercurystar999
These don't produce boiling water. A must for t in my opinion. Still very good for coffee.


I find from continuous use of the hot water dispenser at work that water dispensed at just under boiling point is quite good enough for tea and anyhow its almost impossible to have the kettle hit boiling point then get the water into your cup without it cooling down to hot water temperatures.
#8
davelfc
Cheaper in Costco at the moment if you have a membership and they have a no quibble returns policy if you find it's not your thing. I think you'll find prices on this tumbling more and more.


How much are they in Costco? Going over that way today so might pop in if worth it.

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