Bosch THD2063GB Filtrino II Hot Water Dispenser, 2 L, 1600 W - Black £69.99 @ Amazon
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Bosch THD2063GB Filtrino II Hot Water Dispenser, 2 L, 1600 W - Black £69.99 @ Amazon

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Found 12th Apr 2016
Fancy Bosch kettle (technically known as a hot water dispenser).

Amazon have just dropped their price by £20. I think it has been a few quid lower in the past, but seems to represent good value for money for those of us on the hunt for a new kettle.

Great reviews and on amazon prime for impatient shoppers like myself.

I assume a new model must be coming out soon.

Not expecting this deal to get 'boiling' hot, just a tepid.
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Looks swish :o) don't think I'll bother, unless one of its functions is how to persuade my Husband to put water in it...

I find it odd that Bosch claim in their description that it is 'whisper quiet' but the reviews, one in particular, says it is noisy beyond belief. Perhaps the Bosch employees need to put in for an industrial hearing related claim as they're obviously not getting the same clarity as others oO
Aldi sold a hot water dispenser 5 yrs ago for £30
penguini

Aldi sold a hot water dispenser 5 yrs ago for £30


5 years ago you say, anybody seen The Doc or Marty?
kwh

5 years ago you say, anybody seen The Doc or Marty?



delayed laugh
I have one similar to this that cost me £30 on ebay, refurbished from a trader with 12 months guarantee. I prefer it to a kettle but even with a 2.5l tank, it always seems to be empty when it comes to ME wanting a cuppa
toomanychoices

Looks swish :o) don't think I'll bother, unless one of its functions is … Looks swish :o) don't think I'll bother, unless one of its functions is how to persuade my Husband to put water in it...I find it odd that Bosch claim in their description that it is 'whisper quiet' but the reviews, one in particular, says it is noisy beyond belief. Perhaps the Bosch employees need to put in for an industrial hearing related claim as they're obviously not getting the same clarity as others oO



That one was faulty.
Do these things dispense water at boiling or are they slightly below?

A lot of them of them are no good for tea as they only give just over 90 degrees and not boiling.

Better for coffee at that temp as it does not burn the coffee, hit unless for tea.
Eventually managed to find the info and it seems to suggest boiling water so guessing they do mean 100 degrees and not slightly below like some others.
Mine's an Andrew James and it dispenses at 98o but as a tea drinker I really don't notice any difference
donslibi

That one was faulty.



A'ha, that explains that then. Always puzzles me when you get completely different reviews about noise. My own new Bosch kettle is often complained about for noise, but is actually quite quiet, although only when it is full which kind of wrecks the whole energy saving thing.
Dragon32

Eventually managed to find the info and it seems to suggest boiling water … Eventually managed to find the info and it seems to suggest boiling water so guessing they do mean 100 degrees and not slightly below like some others.



Yep it's boiling, I have one. They aren't quiet though. But for the time is running not a massive deal
shouldn't use boiling water on tea, or so i read years ago. It scorches the tea leaves the experts say
dogsballs

shouldn't use boiling water on tea, or so i read years ago. It scorches … shouldn't use boiling water on tea, or so i read years ago. It scorches the tea leaves the experts say



​I thought that was just coffee as I know when I've not had quite boiling water before it does not brew properly.
I have had mine for almost a year. Very happy with it. They are not 'whisper quiet'. They despense filtered water at room temp, 70C, 80C, 90C and 100C. You can select. You can also set pre defined amounts, although it has a start/stop button so you can control this

I got mine for £42 in an Amazon Warehouse deal. Apparently used. It had a few drops of water on it, but appeared brand new.
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