Tefal Quick Cup - Hot and Cold Water in 3 seconds - £37.93 @ Costco - HotUKDeals
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Bought this at my local Costco's in Aberdeen for £37.93 which i thought was a really good deal. This can't be bought online, instore only.

Tefal Quick Cup is an extremely clever invention as it serves hot (not boiling) or cool water on demand in only 3 SECONDS and uses only a third of the energy of an ordinary kettle - so a great time, energy and money saver.

Thanks to a unique "Opti-Quick" technology system (a patented innovation by Tefal), you don't need to pre-heat your water. With the push of a button, the water is sent up the heating element in a spiral movement, heating it immediately as it travels. This way, no energy is wasted on heating water you don't need, or boiling water you don't use. In fact, Quick Cup provides an energy saving of up to 65% compared to a standard kettle, helping you to save on bills too. Tefal energy experts have calculated that there could be a £31 cost-saving per year using Quick Cup compared to an ordinary kettle. So if you are thinking of replacing your kettle and want to help reduce your carbon footprint, then Quick Cup could be the best way to help put your energy-saving intentions into action.
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banned#1
They water doesnt get HOT enough to make a nice tea so gonna be getting a cold from me. Sorry

I bet "fashionable" types buy this just to show off to people and their poncey dinner parties.
#2
I have one of there...and it is deffo NOT hot enough to make tea or coffee unless you take it black
banned#3
karagh
I have one of there...and it is deffo NOT hot enough to make tea or coffee unless you take it black


Amen brother:friends:
#4
interesting comments.

i have not heard a good comment about one of these yet.
#5
Last time this was posted there were lots of reviews of them breaking.... dont know if this is a newer one?!
#6
This produces scalding hot water. I do not know what people who say its not hot enough are talking about. I would suggest that they have faulty units.

I was expecting the water to be luke warm the way people go on but what do they expect seriously i couldnt tell any difference between this and a normal kettle.

Bought one of these for my parents for christmas as my mam often gets up through the night and allows her to have an instant cup of tea or coffee. Well recommended, however it is very loud. I am considering getting one of these for myself.
#7
I bought one or my mother-in law, (age 80) for Christmas. She is a tea drinker and finds the water plenty hot enough. Instant hot drink and no heavy kettle to lift or spill, it's ideal for her.
[mod]#8
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Have you ever been gasping for a cup of tea but can’t be bothered to boil up the kettle? Or wished you had a way of making a cup of coffee or a hot chocolate in one mug full? Now, thanks to a revolutionary new hot water dispenser and water filter hybrid called Quick Cup, you can.

Tefal Quick Cup is an extremely clever invention as it serves hot (or cool) water on demand in only 3 SECONDS and uses only a third of the energy of an ordinary kettle - so a great time, energy and money saver.

Thanks to a unique “Opti-Quick” technology system (a patented innovation by Tefal), you don’t need to pre-heat your water. With the push of a button, the water is sent up the heating element in a spiral movement, heating it immediately as it travels. This way, no energy is wasted on heating water you don’t need, or boiling water you don’t use. In fact, Quick Cup provides an energy saving of up to 65% compared to a standard kettle, helping you to save on bills too. Tefal energy experts have calculated that there could be a £31 cost-saving per year using Quick Cup compared to an ordinary kettle. So if you are thinking of replacing your kettle and want to help reduce your carbon footprint, then Quick Cup could be the best way to help put your energy-saving intentions into action.

The link http://kitchenware-uk.com/tefal-quic...FU4e3godsh5pCg where I got this from says £32.99; but that's a big fat fib as it is really £55.99, so your deal is well hot!!

Great post

Reviews here http://www.amazon.co.uk/review/product/B000SK9G52/ref=dp_db_cm_cr_acr_txt?%5Fencoding=UTF8&showViewpoints=1
banned#9
Kearns
This produces scalding hot water. I do not know what people who say its not hot enough are talking about. I would suggest that they have faulty units.

I was expecting the water to be luke warm the way people go on but what do they expect seriously i couldnt tell any difference between this and a normal kettle.

Bought one of these for my parents for christmas as my mam often gets up through the night and allows her to have an instant cup of tea or coffee. Well recommended, however it is very loud. I am considering getting one of these for myself.



They got one of these at my nans coffee moring so they didnt have to keep a tea urn always on the boil but pensioners could taste difference so it went back
#10
Voted cold anyway,as there's no indication in the thread title (as per rules) as to what it actually is, where it's from, or what price it is
#11
do not buy these are ****
[helper]#12
I cannot believe these produce 'scalding' hot water in 3 seconds.
#13
Never had a problemw ith the water not being hot enough, seems fine to me, but by they make a noise!
#14
If you want a nice hot cuppa, then fon't bother with one of these!
#15
its a no no mine not hot and faulty ,
#16
DO NOT BUY IT! I had it from Amazon,worked fine for 3 weeks and then just stopped producing hot water.Returmed it for replacement and the same happend with another one.
Good idea,but need more improvement.As for now Tefal should recall it.
#17
We had one for six months - fine for coffee but definately lacking for making normal tea. The design is a bit questionable too, as the nozzle spits hot water everywhere whilst dispensing, and the jug quickly runs out after a few cups. Not to mention my tap being able to dispense cold water faster than 3 seconds anyway... Just my opinion, it might suit some.
banned#18
what a waste of money. A cup of boiling water in a kettle only takes about 20 seconds. And cold water comes out the tape or fridge. Would take about 3000 years to recoup the initial outlay in electric savings ;)
#19
I will put my 2pence in. The price is obviously good considering else where, but this kettle is really poor. We took back 3 of these, and on the 4th one we changed to soemthign different.

The first just wasnt hot enough and spluttered, the second the same, the third decided to burn out and trip the power and by the forth we were just picking holes to get a different type of kettle.
#20
Ditto the above poster - we had one and my family stopped having tea and coffee at my house as the 'hot' drinks became so lukewarm by the time we added milk.., the theory of this is ok, BUT it needs to be hotter to be great! I purchased a similar item by Breville from Argos at Xmas and that product is very good, all the same functions as this tefal except the breville will only do a predefined amount of water. I did feedback to tefal, but got the distinct impression they would not increase the temperature - i would rather wait 12 seconds to have boiling water myself!
However, if you want one this is a good price!

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