Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser 1.7L £24.99 @ Amazon
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Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser 1.7L £24.99 @ Amazon

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Found 13th Jun
Amazon 'Deal of the Day' that may be of interest to you.

Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser with Adjustable Cup Height, 1.7 Litre, Gloss Black [Energy Class A]

  • Dispenses one cup of boiling water at the touch of a button, so you only boil what you need
  • One-touch operation with hinged lid for easy filling: perfect for those that cannot lift a heavy kettle
  • Manual stop option for full control and Non-slip feet
  • Removable, adjustable drip tray means no worktop mess
  • Large front water window makes accurate filling easy

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It seems that this was around £40 before being reduced today, but hasn't been this low before.
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Oh nice find Is this the cheapest, oh yes your graph shows it is, very nice find I hope gets a lot of heat. Thanks OP

Also to add if anyone is going to be doing prime now order, it is also the same price.
Edited by: "dragoncurt" 13th Jun
Weird that it has a stop button , but no ability to adjust the amount of water dispensed. So unless you get cups of exactly the right capacity you are going to be disappointed.
If you want a full mug you have to stand over it and dispense a second cup, pressing stop when the mug is full.

I think i will stick with a kettle.
so its basically a Tassimo that doesnt take Tassimo pods?
Cold for one reason you need the adjustable version. Ether too much water or not enough with this. I know from experience.
simes27 m ago

Weird that it has a stop button , but no ability to adjust the amount of …Weird that it has a stop button , but no ability to adjust the amount of water dispensed. So unless you get cups of exactly the right capacity you are going to be disappointed.If you want a full mug you have to stand over it and dispense a second cup, pressing stop when the mug is full.I think i will stick with a kettle.


Or just use a slightly bigger mug and pretend it's full to the brim.
Something else I didn't realise I needed
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So dispenses 250ml of water? That's going to be some weak cups of tea people drink with this then, be fine for instant coffee drinkers but need one that does 200ml for tea, I'd buy an adjustable one, links anyone?
already have one. paid £29.99 only need the stop button. for mugs. if it needs to be toped up.
got the mother n law one. she love's it. with xmas not that far away. ordered 5.
but the odds are. may give them out. before then. will see.
hot deal
deleted147581613th Jun

So dispenses 250ml of water? That's going to be some weak cups of tea …So dispenses 250ml of water? That's going to be some weak cups of tea people drink with this then, be fine for instant coffee drinkers but need one that does 200ml for tea, I'd buy an adjustable one, links anyone?



if you like strong tea. leave the tea bag in longer!?
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EMBASSY1 h, 9 m ago

if you like strong tea. leave the tea bag in longer!?


I just like a normal decent cup that's not too strong or too weak! 200ml is optimal for that and 4mins Yorkshire tea....wouldn't want to be waiting any longer as it would go cold!

I'd buy one you could change the pour amount, so can use coffee mugs and tea cups. Still this is a good deal for instant coffee lovers
A kettle, then.
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I just like a normal decent cup that's not too strong or too weak! 200ml …I just like a normal decent cup that's not too strong or too weak! 200ml is optimal for that and 4mins Yorkshire tea....wouldn't want to be waiting any longer as it would go cold! I'd buy one you could change the pour amount, so can use coffee mugs and tea cups. Still this is a good deal for instant coffee lovers


I think the previous comment was intended to quite correctly point out that the strength of a cup of tea bears no correlation to the amount of water it's made with. Could be me.
NikLP1 h, 56 m ago

I think the previous comment was intended to quite correctly point out …I think the previous comment was intended to quite correctly point out that the strength of a cup of tea bears no correlation to the amount of water it's made with. Could be me.


Of course it does... It's science.
If you made a theoretical cup of tea using 5 litres of water it would be weaker (dare I say not tea) than if I made it with 200ml.
So... More water = less strength.
More water means use more tea, scienceist. One cup = one bag. More time = stronger tea. This is common sense; your PhD in tea studies was not required in this instance.

Edit: for the purposes of clarification, most tea bags manufacturers (apparently, wildly) assume that you have a mug or cup of approx. 250ml and are equipped with the knowledge I've outlined above, vis a vis, number of bags per cup.
Edited by: "NikLP" 13th Jun
Templar_10113th Jun

Of course it does... It's science.If you made a theoretical cup of tea …Of course it does... It's science.If you made a theoretical cup of tea using 5 litres of water it would be weaker (dare I say not tea) than if I made it with 200ml.So... More water = less strength.


assuming that the time was the same as the guy said... and that there were no further dilutions
NikLP2 m ago

More water means use more tea, scienceist. One cup = one bag. More time = …More water means use more tea, scienceist. One cup = one bag. More time = stronger tea. This is common sense; your PhD in tea studies was not required in this instance.


You never mentioned any other variables. Stop moving goal posts.
It's scientist... Your PhD in English was needed here.
Templar_10127 m ago

You never mentioned any other variables. Stop moving goal posts.It's …You never mentioned any other variables. Stop moving goal posts.It's scientist... Your PhD in English was needed here.


What other variables?? IT'S A CUP OF TEA. And my customisation of that word is commonly referred to as satire. Go get some tea. Use one bag, one cup, fill it with hot water from the source of your choosing. Have a nice day.
I really wanted to be happy with it when i purchased one of these but just found it a bit of a pain in terms of it dispensing far too much water and leaking water everywhere.
Either buy it or don't,why do people give pompous lectures,FFS.
Wow, I know we're English and it's part of our society we take seriously, but no need to start arguing about the humble brew... The best of course is one of your own, the end...
Edited by: "Merlin001" 13th Jun
Merlin0014 m ago

Wow, I know we're English and it's part of our society we take seriously, …Wow, I know we're English and it's part of our society we take seriously, but no need to start arguing about the humble brew... The best of course is one of your own, the end...


Nothing humble about a brew
RichHuish37 m ago

Nothing humble about a brew



Stop hijacking our petty feud
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NikLP10 h, 5 m ago

I think the previous comment was intended to quite correctly point out …I think the previous comment was intended to quite correctly point out that the strength of a cup of tea bears no correlation to the amount of water it's made with. Could be me.


Yeah it is you, with too much water you'd end up over steeping by thinking leaving it in longer makes a difference, ends up nasty and bitter.
These are no good for making tea anyway, the water isn't hot enough so the tea doesn't steep properly.
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