Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser with Adjustable Cup Height, 1.7 Litre, Gloss Black £29.99 Amazon
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Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser with Adjustable Cup Height, 1.7 Litre, Gloss Black £29.99 Amazon

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Found 6th Mar
Dispenses water at the touch of a button

Boils water in 1 minute

Height adjustable, removable drip tray
1.7L (6-8 cup) capacity

Separate stop button so you can stop mid cycle

Energy-efficient design boils only the water it uses

Large water opening makes filling easy
Sleek black finish
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Put it next to your halogen oven, teppanyaki hot plate, deep fat fryer, smoothie maker and that toaster which also cooks an egg.
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Super deal. I need one of these! Thanks for sharing.
Edited by: "whitechick58" 6th Mar
Looks stylish but "Rubbish" and waste of money,they don't boil water properly
Northzest14 m ago

Looks stylish but "Rubbish" and waste of money,they don't boil water …Looks stylish but "Rubbish" and waste of money,they don't boil water properly


is it hot enough for brewing tea properly?
Yeah waste of time if you have more than 1 person in the house but good if you want half a cup of tea
Thanks for sharing @hassanomar great price, wouldn't be without mine now, heat added
Put it next to your halogen oven, teppanyaki hot plate, deep fat fryer, smoothie maker and that toaster which also cooks an egg.
We have just dumped our second one they are rubbish, the racket they make after a short time is akin to a jet landing.
The steam given of would scold you, this happens after a couple of weeks be warned.
Are they ideal for making up baby bottles?
Just ordered one.been looking for one that you can control for ages due to arthtitis in my hands. A brilliant price. No where else even comes close to this price 👌
Edited by: "moigray" 6th Mar
I have a hot water dispenser and I love it .it has a larger tank than this one though
Hello_There_9992 h, 56 m ago

is it hot enough for brewing tea properly?


Not in my experience, the water is very hot, but it's not boiling.
Looks like it costs about 4p to boil a half full kettle... Which my wife then makes a single cup of tea out of. Yeah, we could put the "right amount" of water in the kettle - we don't... It's habit etc and the kettle just "feels right" with just under a litre of water in it. In comparison, a one cup should boil at a cost of 2p or less for a single cup

So, a realistic saving of 2p for every cup of tea she makes a day. I guess on average we're looking at the kettle being boiled 5 times a day, which is a 10p a day energy saving using one of these - meaning in 7 months this would have paid for itself and in a year I would have saved an extra £15 in electricity... In year 2 my electricity bill would be over £35 less.

Obviously, YMMV but this seems like a no brainer when the pay back is less than the warranty length?
I have had one of these from when they first came out (the variable dispense one - about 6 years ago). I wouldn't be without it! It definitely uses less energy - I was fed up with a full kettle being boiled for a single cup. Granted, it is not so good if you want to make a pot of tea. But, for us, this happens infrequently. The water is not 100 degrees when it comes out, but I drink tea without milk, so I don't have to wait so long for the first sip. It is definitely hot enough to brew a good cuppa - just off boiling.

My original one developed a fault after 5 years or so - I sent them some information about the problem purely for them to look at the design of future products. Believe it or not, they sent me a replacement device! Very impressed.

For me, these are great and would recommend them.
came yesterday. paid 39.99. looks like me and amazon need to have a chat
EMBASSY24 m ago

looks like me and amazon need to have a chat


Tell them I said Hi!
tony51013 h, 40 m ago

Not in my experience, the water is very hot, but it's not boiling.


Thank you. That’s as much as I need to know
I'm prepared to wait that agonising 30 seconds extra for my kettle to boil...
One of my worst buys. Water does not come out hot enough and 2, the hotish water dispensed is 2/3 of a normal mug. Not good.
Sorry forgot to mention I have just gone with boiling the exact amount of water that i need in a nornal kettle.
Prefer my kettle not that lazy yet to pour!😊
If im right when making tea or coffee your not supposed to use boiling water so maybe that's why it doesn't come out boiling as I've read in some posts on here if im correct then there's nothing wrong wiyh it it's just my opinion
I have the 1st version of this and it's great
Hot enough for a coffee or tea...I had this one and the original model - this one looks good but you have to fill it with s jug...the original one is cordless and you fill it like a kettle..would not be without it
Hello_There_9996th Mar

is it hot enough for brewing tea properly?


I have one of these (different model but same brand) it does brews fine
crabby096th Mar

Looks like it costs about 4p to boil a half full kettle... Which my wife …Looks like it costs about 4p to boil a half full kettle... Which my wife then makes a single cup of tea out of. Yeah, we could put the "right amount" of water in the kettle - we don't... It's habit etc and the kettle just "feels right" with just under a litre of water in it. In comparison, a one cup should boil at a cost of 2p or less for a single cupSo, a realistic saving of 2p for every cup of tea she makes a day. I guess on average we're looking at the kettle being boiled 5 times a day, which is a 10p a day energy saving using one of these - meaning in 7 months this would have paid for itself and in a year I would have saved an extra £15 in electricity... In year 2 my electricity bill would be over £35 less.Obviously, YMMV but this seems like a no brainer when the pay back is less than the warranty length?



Alternatively, put the "right amount" of water in the kettle from now & save yourself £29.99 immediately.
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