TEFAL QUICK CUP - NEW INNOVATION IN KETTLES - £63.98 delivered ! - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
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.
More From Currys:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
haywardk Avatar
9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
Options

All Comments

(15) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Thanks haywardk :)

No store collection hence £3.99 p&p applies.

http://www.currys.co.uk/images/404881_01_huge.jpg
#2
how cool is that!!! just wish it was a little cheaper!!
#3
Think I'll wait until they bring out one that actually boils water... :-)
#4
These are not new.

In Asia every home has one, they don't use kettles and are commonly called airpots.

Have one in my home.

Some have the advantage of a timer , which i use to turn off over night, and back on in time for breakfast.

COme in all sizes 2-5L.

Japansese brand Tiger is very good.
#5
Nice idea, but not very practical -

"There are some other drawbacks. While the water the device produces is very hot, it is not quite at boiling point. Consequently, tea lovers may find it doesn't draw as much flavour from a tea bag.

Similarly, the water might not be quite hot enough to work with all types of dried soup, hot chocolate or a Pot Noodle.

The company warns that it would not be hot enough to produce the sterile water needed to reconstitute dried baby milk." - from Evening Standard review

What exactly is it useful for?
#6
I paid just under £4 for a kettle from one of the supermarkets, it may take 3 minutes to boil but having put a remote switch on the kettle plug I can press the 'on' switch from the bedroom, have a shower and come down to a boiling kettle.

priceless.
#7
A brew in 3 seconds?!?!?...genius!!!
#8
dancrawley
Nice idea, but not very practical -

"There are some other drawbacks. While the water the device produces is very hot, it is not quite at boiling point. Consequently, tea lovers may find it doesn't draw as much flavour from a tea bag.

Similarly, the water might not be quite hot enough to work with all types of dried soup, hot chocolate or a Pot Noodle.

The company warns that it would not be hot enough to produce the sterile water needed to reconstitute dried baby milk." - from Evening Standard review

What exactly is it useful for?


Good for coffee, as you don't want boiling water.

Claims to save up to £30 a year on elecy as it only heats the amount you need. I suspect this is based on some incredulous claims that some people fill a kettle when they only need one cup (ridiculous, I know). ;-)
#9
This will drop in price.. like anything else.
I would wait a little while.
#10
May be worth searching ebay for airpot or Tiger brand.

These have 3 temp settings
98
90
and 60C

Have a boil/reboil function and dechlorinate function and loads of timer functions.

Use for Tea no problem
#11
davelfc
I paid just under £4 for a kettle from one of the supermarkets, it may take 3 minutes to boil but having put a remote switch on the kettle plug I can press the 'on' switch from the bedroom, have a shower and come down to a boiling kettle.

priceless.


Hope the remote switch can handle 13amps, some cant.
#12
Welcome to HUKD haywardk :-D
I'm unsure about this, a kettle is needed for cooking and would this supply enough water?
#13
You can hold it down for longer and let more water out... can use it as much as required.
Its just the fact that its not quite as hot that could cause problems
#14
Looks cool,reading about this the other day. This is the normal RRP £59.99 isnt it?
#15
smashed
You can hold it down for longer and let more water out... can use it as much as required.
Its just the fact that its not quite as hot that could cause problems

Cheers. :thumbsup:
If it was about £20 cheaper I'd be getting one.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!