7L Hot Water Urn for £29.99 @ Aldi from tomorrow
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7L Hot Water Urn for £29.99 @ Aldi from tomorrow

£29.99ALDI Deals
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Found 14th Sep 2013
Think this is a good price for a water urn. would be ideal for youth group/football/church meetings etc. Will boil and keep hot 7l of water, approximately 40 cups. Comes with a 3 year guarantee too!
Trying to think of a reason why I need one of these

Ideal for making hot drinks for large groups, meetings or events.

Power 950W
Stainless steel lid
Auto and resettable thermostat
Transparent water gauge
Carrying handles for easy transportation
Boils up to 7 litres

There is an 8l white Swan brand for £45-49 in Wilkos, Argos & Amazon but this is much easier on the eye wilko.com/ket…032

24 Comments

Great value and even better with the three year warranty.

I was hoping nobody noticed this, probaby be sold out in our local Aldi before I get there. They are good value with 3 year warranty. Its definately HOT........water.

Is it a little Urn and has it got short, fat, hairy legs? One for the over 50's.

elsbells

Is it a little Urn and has it got short, fat, hairy legs? One for the … Is it a little Urn and has it got short, fat, hairy legs? One for the over 50's.



I got that and I'm 42 :p. One for the over 40s maybe.

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Pop a few boil in a bag fish packs for a surprise lunchtime snack.

"Tea, Ern?"

40 cups not that much. ..

nearly 1KW of power quite a lot of electric. but still a good deal for the right person.

According to my calculation, this would take 3/4 hour to boil... so unless you also have a kettle, it could take a long time before you are ready.
Edited by: "MrPuddington" 14th Sep 2013

Is it a little Urn and has it got short, fat, hairy legs? One for the over 50's.

I got it and I'm 39 lol... one for the over 35s maybe...

HOT btw....

Agree that 1kW is way underpowered for something like this.

Is there a variable temperature gauge or will it just keep it boiling/just under?

PeteMc

Is it a little Urn and has it got short, fat, hairy legs? One for the … Is it a little Urn and has it got short, fat, hairy legs? One for the over 50's.I got it and I'm 39 lol... one for the over 35s maybe... HOT btw....



I'm 33 and I don't get it, so I reckon you're bang on there. What is it anyway?

Hot. Gotta love Aldi.

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confuseditude

I'm 33 and I don't get it, so I reckon you're bang on there. What is it … I'm 33 and I don't get it, so I reckon you're bang on there. What is it anyway? Hot. Gotta love Aldi.



37 so I'd say borderline. Think Eric and Ernie.

A good item for home beer brewers.

MrPuddington

According to my calculation, this would take 3/4 hour to boil... so … According to my calculation, this would take 3/4 hour to boil... so unless you also have a kettle, it could take a long time before you are ready.


Most fast boil kettles are 3 Kw ie 3000 Watts compared with this 950 Watts so it looks seriously underpowered to me. Fine if you are not in a rush but for most practical purposes I would say this looks better than it is. It would be faster boiling a few kettles at about 4 mins for around 1.9 Ltr.

NKOTB

37 so I'd say borderline. Think Eric and Ernie.



38 and understood, def suggests 37 or over

Excellent for Caravan Outings with the Family and Friends. At 1KW, ideal for Site Power Supplies. Heat Added.

I bought this for our Kitchen at work, we only have a small number of employees but am constantly filling and boiling the kettle and thought this would be a good solution to be used alongside the kettle aswell - fill it once on a morning and once on an afternoon - saves a few boils of the kettle

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PierremontQuaker

I bought this for our Kitchen at work, we only have a small number of … I bought this for our Kitchen at work, we only have a small number of employees but am constantly filling and boiling the kettle and thought this would be a good solution to be used alongside the kettle aswell - fill it once on a morning and once on an afternoon - saves a few boils of the kettle



See that's what I thought the point of these things was. Just to keep the water warm and not not actually boil it. Then when I read all the replies I thought I must have been wrong.

nisbets (on line) do a better product (airpot) at a similar price

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db99

nisbets (on line) do a better product (airpot) at a similar price




http://www.nisbets.co.uk/Electric-Airpot/K711/ProductDetail.raction

If this is what you mean?
Nearly £52 (£42.99 & VAT of £8.60) and only 4.25L!



Edited by: "davenmick" 16th Sep 2013

bought - great product - water piping hot - ideal for a small office - enough hot water to last the day - and ideal when we have visitors

davenmick

http://www.nisbets.co.uk/Electric-Airpot/K711/ProductDetail.ractionIf … http://www.nisbets.co.uk/Electric-Airpot/K711/ProductDetail.ractionIf this is what you mean? Nearly £52 (£42.99 & VAT of £8.60) and only 4.25L!



usually on offer at £29.99, new customers get £10 off £50 spend if recommended, very fast boil and reboil and more energy efficient with the double insulation lining and manual or electric pouring
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