Tefal Quick Cup - Hot and Cold Water in 3 Seconds - £27.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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* Instant hot & cold water at the touch of a button
* Claris anti-scale filter system
* Energy saving product
* Removable 1.5 litre water tank
* Cartridge replacement indicator
* Includes 1 cartridge
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#1
Water only comes out at 85C though :(
#3
Kerap........
#4
It's OK, but not good enough for a decent cup of tea. Also, won't do cuppa-soups. There's another one - a Breville Hot Cup - that looks much better. I haven't tried it though, but it says that it comes out at 100 degrees.
Still voted hot, as it's a good price (but not boiling :-) )
1 Like #5
Dont do it, poor product, that does not do the job,
#6
Strange, I have had one for over a year now, and I find them fine, was so impressed with it that I bought my gran one as well... and I paid nearly £50 each... and have no problem with cup-a-soups... I think it an excellent item...
#7
TheCaptain
Strange, I have had one for over a year now, and I find them fine, was so impressed with it that I bought my gran one as well... and I paid nearly £50 each... and have no problem with cup-a-soups... I think it an excellent item...


i agree we had one for christmas '07 and it works fine :)
#8
Check the feedback on Amazon nearly a third (115 reviews) gave it only 1 star.

Enough said
#9
What the cartridges for, and how long do they last?
#10
I have the Breville hot cup and its great.
#11
Got one of these - paid £39 only a month ago :cry:
Good product for the job I intended it to do - Make 'Instant' instant coffee but as other posters have said, water only comes out at about 85 degrees so
1. Not suitable for Tea (needs boiling water)
2. Not really suitable for Pot Noodles etc (as above)
3. Excellent for instant soups
4. If you add more than a few drops of cold milk to your coffee then it drops the temperature down to a 'drink now or it will be cold in 2 minutes' - (my wife prefers 'warm' coffee - I drink mine black so its fine for us.
#12
ausweb;5737965
Got one of these - paid £39 only a month ago :cry:
Good product for the job I intended it to do - Make 'Instant' instant coffee but as other posters have said, water only comes out at about 85 degrees so
1. Not suitable for Tea (needs boiling water)
2. Not really suitable for Pot Noodles etc (as above)
3. Excellent for instant soups
4. If you add more than a few drops of cold milk to your coffee then it drops the temperature down to a 'drink now or it will be cold in 2 minutes' - (my wife prefers 'warm' coffee - I drink mine black so its fine for us.

Use coffee whitener?
#13
Takes ages to pour two cups.
#14
joylove;5738231
Takes ages to pour two cups.

Because of your comment decided to time mine -
start to finish - 2 MUGS of hot water - 38.3 seconds

( I really must get a life........)
#15
these are great - yes the water is not 100 degrees, but that's too hot to drink anyway.

The water comes out just hot enough that you need to leave your tea about 1 minute before you can start drinking - instead of 5 minutes, so for me there's time savings both ways.

only grip I have is the noise - the pump can be quite loud
#16
I'm tempted by this
#17
i have one sitting by my bed, perfect for a cheeky cup of coffee.

waters so hot the cup gets scalding and i have to put it down after pouring!.

good item, cheapest price iv seen so ho o o o T
#18
How often do the cartridges need replacing, and what do they do?
#19
Paddy_o_furniture
How often do the cartridges need replacing, and what do they do?


I think it is anti scale
#20
battelaxe;5738684
I think it is anti scale

cheers
#21
Great if you like urine warm drinks :w00t: we took ours back .. they really are crap especially if you live in a crap water area where u have to boil the water to get rid of the taste...;-)
#22
I have the breville hot cup and its fantastic boiling hot water and makes a lovely cuppa tea, only thing is is that you have to wear it in first as water tastes a bit funny for the first few days until the rubber pipes have worn in, but other wise would highly recommend.

The tefal on the other hand is rubbish the water isn't hot enough for tea and when you add milk your cuppa is cold.
#23
Whats up with people these kettles are great. You have to run off about 1/4 of a cup of water if that 1st then you have water flowing at about 98 degrees which is hot enough for tea. I use mine for baby bottles as well with no problems other than the noise. Great Price I paid 30 odd quid from costco. You dont need the filter if you live in a soft water area.

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