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Tefal Quick Cup Kettle - £49.99 @ amazon

56cheffy Avatar
9y, 1w agoFound 9 years, 1 week ago
Saw this tonight on The Gadget Show...Looked absolutely brilliant and REALLY did boil a cup of water in just 3 seconds!

Product Features

* Instant hot & cold water at the touch of a button
* Claris anti-scale filter system
* Energy saving product
* Flow Stop System
* Stainless Steel Control Panel
* Removable water tank
* Cartridge replacement indicator
* 2800W
* 1.5L water tank
* Includes 1 cartridge

Looks like a good deal (to me anyway) for a decent energy saving kettle that is £59.99 elsewhere.

Be gentle it's only my 2nd deal posting!
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#1
ive heard its quite noisy. is this true?
#2
Is that not the RRP?
#3
I saw this on the gadget show as well and if I had one of those ultra modern Barratt home style kitchens I'd get one.
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[SIZE=2]Hot deal I think when you consider that you save an alleged 65% energy saving and it also filters the water. [/SIZE]
#4
£49.99 everywhere I have looked.

I have used one, but am unsure about the real temp when eventually the cup is full. Not really 100 degree boiling.

Also the official website is misleading, makes out it fills a cup in 3 seconds, which is untrue, it starts dispencing "hot" water after 3 seconds.

Also, it is not a cost saving device, a large user of a kettle 10+ cup boils a day will cost you approx 9p, this device for 10 cups a day costs around 7p.

It will take years to make up the cost of the thing....

Maybe worth looking at if your kettle has bust.
#5
RRP is £59.99

The reviews on Amazon are pretty cack.

If you must have one then it's available for £30-£40at Costco.
banned#6
vikingaero
RRP is £59.99

The reviews on Amazon are pretty cack.

If you must have one then it's available for £30-£40at Costco.


That will be plus V.A.T
#7
SHOWMAN36
That will be plus V.A.T


Nope, I can't remember the exact price but it was £37ish including VAT.
#8
This kettle is complete rubbish, I bought one from Costco and it is very noisy, splatters everywhere and the water is only warm and certainly not boiling, we had to put our cups in the microwave to get the water hot enough. I was so glad I bought it from Costco as there was no hassle whatsoever to retun it.
#9
I notice it claims to produce hot water, not boiling water. To make a decent cup of tea the water needs to be boiling. I suppose it might be ok for coffee, but if I wanted an instant water heater, I'd get one that was plumbed in.
#10
The Gadget Show talks absolute **** yet is strangely addictive! Since their "focus group" of school kids in oversized white coats(?) chose this as this week's winner no doubt Tefal are laughing all the way to the bank eventhough there hasn't been one good review here.
#11
These things are absolutely diabolical.

One of the worst products on the market.

Firstly, it doesn't actually boil water
Secondly, it doesn't (and can't) actually reduce the amount of energy required to heat water. All it does is heat less of it, which you might or might not want.
Thirdly, the thing uses extortionately priced filters, which need very regular replacement. They should pay you to take this piece of junk, because they make so much money on the filters.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tefal-Quick-Claris-Filter-Cartridge/dp/B000T7A5HW could cost £100/year in filters if you use it a lot.
Finally, Amazon don't even have it in stock.
#12
I'm 90% sure you can get these in Morrisons for £40...
#13
sadiebabes
I'm 90% sure you can get these in Morrisons for £40...



I think we should deduct 2% from her quote, as she just might be sleepy at that time 2:54 am ??

:whistling:


K
#14
kevingattaca
I think we should deduct 2% from her quote, as she just might be sleepy at that time 2:54 am ??

:whistling:


K



:lol: says you at 3.40am :P
#15
http://www.gifted.uconn.edu/nviews/images/sleepy.gif

DARN !? BUSTED !!!! LOL
#16
Incredibly loud and slow:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAQXBQGkZ5c

Looked like a nice gadget at first, but i think normal cordless kettles are the best (and waaaay cheaper) :-D Imagine trying to make tea/coffee for a large group of people with that thing....waiting long periods of time between filling each cup - and to that the incredible noise :w00t:
#17
Credit to the op, this forum is about finding items a cheaper price which they did, however I bought one of these from currys after about a week I'd had enough of it and took it back. I had a feeling that they'd had more taken back he knew the very reason I was taking it back before I told him. The theory of the item is good, but its too slow, noisy, spluttery, and if making 4 mugs of tea it nearly takes as long as boiling my fast boil kettle
#18
sherrie197
Credit to the op, this forum is about finding items a cheaper price which they did, however I bought one of these from currys after about a week I'd had enough of it and took it back.



Thanks sherrie197.:thumbsup: .....

I've taken advantage of so many posts by other people that I thought it was about time that I had a go at posting a deal myself...looks like I chose a bit of a 'duffer'....ah well I tried....;-)
#19
I saw the same show and thought it was a great product and appreciate the other member's insight into this kettle's quality. :thinking:

It might be worth checking the other kettle posted today that truly looks a bargain and saves loads of leccy to boot:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deal/56160/powergen-shop-eco-kettle-only-25-in/
#20
56cheffy
Thanks sherrie197.:thumbsup: .....

I've taken advantage of so many posts by other people that I thought it was about time that I had a go at posting a deal myself...looks like I chose a bit of a 'duffer'....ah well I tried....;-)


No problem, there are so many people on here ready to jump and criticise each other about the bargain they've posted, this isn't a review forum but a bargain forum, you weren't to know that product wasn't to everyone's liking, its the way people give their opinions that annoy me, they don't have any respect for people.
#21
Xad
Incredibly loud and slow:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAQXBQGkZ5c

Looked like a nice gadget at first, but i think normal cordless kettles are the best (and waaaay cheaper) :-D Imagine trying to make tea/coffee for a large group of people with that thing....waiting long periods of time between filling each cup - and to that the incredible noise :w00t:


Suppose it prevents wrist strain :-D

Cant be as bad as what I saw on the Lorraine show this morning. Some blond bint giving advice on xmas pressies.

£14 for a mug that held biscuits and £70 for a blanket!!!!

Where do they get these people!?
#22
Like most people, I thought this was good when I saw it advertised....then I saw the review and the small print! Its a pile of pants. Do not bother.
#23
This is an interesting thread. I have been looking at one of these kettles for a while as they sound like a great idea but two things put me off. Firstly I wanted to hear the opinions of people who have experienced using them. It seems the reviews aren't too positive. Secondly, I've had two Tefal kettles before which I bought because of their style but, neither of them lasted because the quality was poor. :-(

After reading all your comments I think I'll just stick with my good ol' Russell Hobbs. The most reliable kettle I've come across. :)
#24
omg i am sooo gutted I bought this early last month for my bro and his gf for xmas - now you lot sat its poo - :-(
#25
Don't worry, marialouise314. Whilst I agree with the points that have been made on this forum (water isn't boiling, is fairly noisy, slow if making multiple cups etc) I still use and enjoy my Quick Cup machine. I have since bought another one for an elderly relative.

I wouldn't throw out your old kettle but I can't say I have used my kettle much since I bought the Quick Cup. In my opinion its a handy and easy to use kitchen gadget.
#26
Nice if you like warm tea, rather than hot.
#27
I always boil just the amount of water I need, but my kettle takes 10 seconds to switch off when the water boils:x , question please, please, please is there a kettle that will switch off instantly the water boils?:) Forget about leaving the telly on standby all-night:whistling: :p

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