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Tefal Quickcup Kettle - down from £39.99 to £10.00 at Robert Dyas

£10.00 @ Robert Dyas
Quick a good bargain here! Wonder if this will get "boiling" hot!!! •Energy saving product •Hot & cold water in 3 seconds •Opti-quick heating system •Stainless steel control panel •Uses… Read More
RobInBrentwood Avatar
6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Quick a good bargain here!
Wonder if this will get "boiling" hot!!!

•Energy saving product
•Hot & cold water in 3 seconds
•Opti-quick heating system
•Stainless steel control panel
•Uses 1/3 of energy of a standard kettle
•Filter - Cleaner, clearer water
•Capacity - 1.5L removable water tank
•Manual or automatic flow
•Easy filling
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#1
My mum had one of these and she said it was not hot enough. never used it myself though. not voted either way.
#2
well the amazon reviews say it all
#3
This is such a bargain, voted hot. I have the Breville hot cup and its fantastic, wouldn't be without it Thanks
#4
Wonder if this will get "boiling" hot!!!


Unlike the water then!!

Might be worth it for a tenner though, heat added

ps I am thinking about heating the water in this, and then finishing off in the kettle.....Am I mad?


ps you need to add delivery charger

Delivery Information

Standard delivery within 7 working days £5.25 | Next Day - order by 1:00pm

Named Day £6.75 | Saturday morning delivery £10.25

Higher charges apply for Northern Ireland.


Edited By: Johnboy_1975 on Oct 06, 2010 10:42: delivery info
#5
I have one and you get used to the fact the water is not quite boiling. Never used it for the cold filtered water as my water is good enough and does not need filtered. Good price
#6
Out of stock
#7
out of stock
#8
oos now
#9
just ordered great price
#10
Gutted i missed it, added to basket then order wouldn't process as stock was gone.
#11
SkilledNutter
well the [url=amazon]amazon[/url] reviews say it all

yes, and God help if we ever buy anything without first consulting the reactionary's who frequent the Amazon..........

i read a review of £150 headphones on Amazon recently.
the t*#t that reviewed them and gave them only one star started the review with "so i got them half an hour ago...."
says it all really :|
#12
bought one a year ago , it went back after 3 days , junk !!
#13
Back in stock according to website
#14
Stay away from these, trust me i brought one 2 years ago, after a week the water was only warm to touch,i xchanged this 3 times, in the end i got my ££££ back 79 quid

There customer sevice said there rubbish to, lol nothink like being honest

And the place i brought mine from argos, the lady said "we had them all return to use",thay sold over 150.

Edited By: timtom13 on Oct 06, 2010 11:32: Dont buy lmaoooooooooooooo
#15
niceguyrichy
SkilledNutter
well the [url=amazon]amazon[/url] reviews say it all

yes, and God help if we ever buy anything without first consulting the reactionary's who frequent the Amazon..........

i read a review of £150 headphones on Amazon recently.
the t*#t that reviewed them and gave them only one star started the review with "so i got them half an hour ago...."
says it all really :|


133 reviews @ 1* and a family member who own's one is what my comment is based on. And Burn in is a myth.
#16
These do get VERY bad reviews.
I bought the excellent, Breville Hot Cup.
The same idea, but actually dispenses boiling water.
Around £35 but worth the extra.
banned#17
timtom13
Stay away from these, trust me i brought one 2 years ago, after a week the water was only warm to touch,i xchanged this 3 times, in the end i got my ££££ back 79 quidThere customer sevice said there rubbish to, lol nothink like being honestAnd the place i brought mine from argos, the lady said "we had them all return to use",thay sold over 150.

Tut!
The article on the news last night said it all. "Their and they're."
#18
SkilledNutter
133 reviews @ 1* and a family member who own's one is what my comment is based on. And Burn in is a myth.


http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l301/niceguyrichy/facepalm2.jpg
#19
^^ So off topic but I stand by my statement. Google is your friend. I own over £5000 worth of cans so it is not a statement I take lightly.

Edited By: SkilledNutter on Oct 06, 2010 15:13: Info
#20
Pluun
timtom13
Stay away from these, trust me i brought one 2 years ago, after a week the water was only warm to touch,i xchanged this 3 times, in the end i got my ££££ back 79 quidThere customer sevice said there rubbish to, lol nothink like being honestAnd the place i brought mine from argos, the lady said "we had them all return to use",thay sold over 150.
Tut!The article on the news last night said it all. "Their and they're."

Lol i like you,you like my wife<
#21
these are cr-p - wish id saved my money - but the breville which i now have , thats a completely different story

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