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Breville one cup kettle £30 @ Asda George
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Posted 14th Apr

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Breville one cup kettle

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Going to get one now.
Sphere6 m ago

These are bloody dangerous, I wonder how many people have been scalded …These are bloody dangerous, I wonder how many people have been scalded with these. If your cup isn't big enough, it spills boiling hot water everywhere, Fixed dispense amount is no use, unless you have EXACTLY the right size of mug/cup. And , although you can stop it with the button, there is a delay after pressing it, and unless you can totally perfect it, boiling water everywhere again. Returned mine 24 hours later, not worth the risk.



Surely this is user error. First time you use it measure the amount that comes out in a big cup and then, everytime thereafter use adequate sized cups...………..Never once have we ever overfilled a cup
Same price on amazon if anyone prefers them. Heat added
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Same price on amazon if anyone prefers them. Heat added
Presumably for people with no friends.


Going to get one now.
I'll need to get two then, for for me and one for the misses. Means I can drink coffee when she has a tea...
A regular kettle can boil water just for one cup, you don't have to fill it to the top. Mine takes less than a minute to boil water for one cup.

How do you use this one cup kettle to fill something larger than a cup/mug? A French Press or large teapot for example?

Does it only allow to dispense 250ml of water for each press of the button? What if you want 350ml? You have to boil 500ml and then waste 150ml by moving the cup out of the way while the boiling water is being dispensed?
Edited by: "crumpetman" 14th Apr
I got one of these last week from Asda, and we love it. Voted hot.
crumpetman14 m ago

A regular kettle can boil water just for one cup, you don't have to fill …A regular kettle can boil water just for one cup, you don't have to fill it to the top. Mine takes less than a minute to boil water for one cup. How do you use this one cup kettle to fill something larger than a cup/mug? A French Press or large teapot for example?Does it only allow to dispense 250ml of water for each press of the button? What if you want 350ml? You have to boil 500ml and then waste 150ml by moving the cup out of the way while the boiling water is being dispensed?



This. We bought it and kinda wish we didn't.
SweatySock14/04/2019 15:26

I'll need to get two then, for for me and one for the misses. Means I can …I'll need to get two then, for for me and one for the misses. Means I can drink coffee when she has a tea...


She can’t wait the 10 secs it takes for it to make your coffee?
feed_me_chocs14/04/2019 15:42

She can’t wait the 10 secs it takes for it to make your coffee?



She can, I can't... And not brave enough to make my coffee first...
Good price but I found ours doesn't quite get hot enough to properly brew tea.
Fine for coffee though.
Edited by: "Groaver" 14th Apr
One HOT!! looking kettle
SweatySock14/04/2019 15:45

She can, I can't... And not brave enough to make my coffee first...


Need to be tactical. You pour the boiling water into the cup with the teabag first. Then you do your coffee. By the time you've done coffee, the tea has had sufficient time to brew and you finish it off. Technically you started her tea first.
cold sorry seen and bought this at £25 before in asda
These are good but you have to do 2 cycles for it to fill a mug but then you have too much. If only you could change the fill measurement. Needs to be more like one and half cup .
Edited by: "darksideby182" 14th Apr
These are bloody dangerous, I wonder how many people have been scalded with these. If your cup isn't big enough, it spills boiling hot water everywhere, Fixed dispense amount is no use, unless you have EXACTLY the right size of mug/cup. And , although you can stop it with the button, there is a delay after pressing it, and unless you can totally perfect it, boiling water everywhere again. Returned mine 24 hours later, not worth the risk.
Had ours a few years...………...Its really good (stops the Mrs overfilling the kettle every time she makes a single cup or tea/coffee!)

Only issue I have with it, is when it comes to descaling it!

There's no easy way and every time I've done it (usually every 6 months) it usually trips the mains isolator before I've managed to descale it properly
Sphere6 m ago

These are bloody dangerous, I wonder how many people have been scalded …These are bloody dangerous, I wonder how many people have been scalded with these. If your cup isn't big enough, it spills boiling hot water everywhere, Fixed dispense amount is no use, unless you have EXACTLY the right size of mug/cup. And , although you can stop it with the button, there is a delay after pressing it, and unless you can totally perfect it, boiling water everywhere again. Returned mine 24 hours later, not worth the risk.



Surely this is user error. First time you use it measure the amount that comes out in a big cup and then, everytime thereafter use adequate sized cups...………..Never once have we ever overfilled a cup
Another model available which has variable dispense and a stop button if too much water is delivered.
Fab price and deal just ordered thankyou
rufnek2kx1 h, 33 m ago

Need to be tactical. You pour the boiling water into the cup with the …Need to be tactical. You pour the boiling water into the cup with the teabag first. Then you do your coffee. By the time you've done coffee, the tea has had sufficient time to brew and you finish it off. Technically you started her tea first.



I like your thinking...
MrSwitch14/04/2019 13:42

Same price on amazon if anyone prefers them. Heat added


Buying from ASDA much better than Amazon. Stores around all over.
tuhinrahman25 s ago

Buying from ASDA much better than Amazon. Stores around all over.


Fair enough, was just another option.
Had mine 8 years now. I love it
The one with adjustable cup sizes is much better. This one holds less water.. has a fixed dispensed size of water and has a small hole to refill with. Avoid imo.
Bought one for my mother, she suffers from arthritis and was struggling a bit with a normal kettle being a bit heavy. Fantastic item easy to use and ok, it can leave the cup a bit under filled but it`s a minor inconvenience.
picasso1 h, 46 m ago

Bought one for my mother, she suffers from arthritis and was struggling a …Bought one for my mother, she suffers from arthritis and was struggling a bit with a normal kettle being a bit heavy. Fantastic item easy to use and ok, it can leave the cup a bit under filled but it`s a minor inconvenience.


I was looking for something like this for my elderly neighbour who also struggles to use a kettle now. Your comment is very helpful. How much water does it place in the cup?
Must say that my experience with this device wasn't great. It sat on the worksurface for weeks, using it only a couple of times, until one day we came home to a pool of water all over the worktop and floor. Narrowed it down to this, gave it another couple of chances on the draining board but it kept doing it. Took it apart a bit to try and find the hole, but it wasn't the easiest. Gave up and took it to the dump in the end.
InTheKnow4447 h, 17 m ago

Asprin?


It's that to cure the headache it causes doing it?

Please explain if that's not what you mean, I'm genuinely interested
Asprin, Alka Seltza , Coca Cola, white vinegar all clean kettles

just drop em in and leave overnight, boil, poor away then rinse.
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