Breville VKJ142 Hot Cup - Amazon - reduced to  £30 delivered
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Breville VKJ142 Hot Cup - Amazon - reduced to £30 delivered

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Found 30th Jun 2010Made hot 30th Jun 2010
Breville VKJ142 Hot Cup

* Boiling water at the touch of a button
* Dispenses 5 cups without refilling
* Energy saving only boil the amount of water you need
* No mess drip tray and easy to fill
* Illuminated tank when on boil with a stylish contemporary design

29 Comments

Is this the same as the tefal one, were its ok for a really warm cup but not hot enough for tea?

It's boiling water.

Nothing like the tefal.

Got one last year. On this model it dispenses 8fl ozs and that's it. You can't change the amount.

You won't regret buying at this price.

I have one, one of the best things ever purchased, the water IS hot enough for tea.
The saving on electricity alone, just boiling water for exactly a cup and not half a kettle, must surely end up paying for itself.
Essential item for one person, nearly essential for 2 people, if you need more water than that, get your kettle back out.

Great product you should def get one at this price! HOT!...... ;-) literally!

Feeding my tea addiction hehe, must resist. I've got a super-fast kettle and fill it one cup at a time, so this wouldn't be any different, I'd have thought?

its been at this price for a while but is a bargain. It's only down fall is that it dispenses a set amount of water, which you cant change, you need to find reasonably large mugs.

The water is boiling hot unlike the tefal

the design is slightly flawed as the water spashes out of the cup unfortunatly

This is the cheaper version. the next version is meant to be much better having got rid of the design flaws and has been posted on here before.

IThe next version has variable cup dispenser so you get just the amount you want. Its gone back up to £70 on rof, but is still £39.99 at Argos.

The deal was posted here. For comments look at the previous time it was posted, but expired at Amazon.

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Well I've got the original version with the fixed amount of water and I've had no problems at all. Unlike some comments on here my Beville does as it says on the box. The water IS boiling hot, no taste of plastic & it doesn't splash either. If you have a normal size mug then there are now worries. Only thing I would say about it is its noisey compared to a normal modern kettle.

Think I'll save myself £30 and stick to the cheap kettle that I've had for the last year. Rarely ever boil more than I need, live on my own and often have cups of tea and coffee. I just have a big cup. :-)

999tigger;8948747

This is the cheaper version. the next version is meant to be much better … This is the cheaper version. the next version is meant to be much better having got rid of the design flaws and has been posted on here before.IThe next version has variable cup dispenser so you get just the amount you want. Its gone back up to £70 on rof, but is still £39.99 at Argos.The deal was posted here. For comments look at the previous time it was posted, but expired at Amazon.http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/705493/breville-hot-cup-with-variable-disphttp://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?jspStoreDir=argos&catalogId=1500002201&productId=1500599209&referredURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fwebapp%2Fwcs%2Fstores%2Fservlet%2FProductDisplay%3FstoreId%3D10001&cmpid=COJUN&langId=-1&referrer=COJUN&storeId=10001&_%24ja=tsid%3A11674|prd%3A1546795


rep added for a link to the newer one @£39.99 at argos cheers :thumbsup:

How do these compare to the Tefal ones? I've got a quickcup deluxe, it's alright, but a bit noisy and the water does spit out a bit. Would be good to know how it compares in general to the Breville ones

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sotomonkey;8949018

Think I'll save myself £30 and stick to the cheap kettle that I've had … Think I'll save myself £30 and stick to the cheap kettle that I've had for the last year. Rarely ever boil more than I need, live on my own and often have cups of tea and coffee. I just have a big cup. :-)



If you stick to your kettle, isn't that enough reason the get one of these?:thinking:

PeteBest;8949695

How do these compare to the Tefal ones? I've got a quickcup deluxe, it's … How do these compare to the Tefal ones? I've got a quickcup deluxe, it's alright, but a bit noisy and the water does spit out a bit. Would be good to know how it compares in general to the Breville ones



Look up breville one cup in the offers and what previous people have posted. they seem to be much better.

Just thought I would add to the comments about the kettle as I bought one (the better model than this one) last month.

I find that you can fill the kettle to the top level, but because the kettle boils just one cup full in a seperate reservoir, it isn't reboiling the same water every time. Therefore, you get fresh boiled water each time you want a cuppa out of a kettle full. If you reboil the same water as in a normal kettle, the water tastes funny imho.

I bought mine from Very as a first time customer so got £30 off their price at £69.99 so the Argos deal listed above is the one to go for at that price. Spend an extra tenner and you won't regret it over the OP deal.
:thumbsup:

these are great and i highly recommend getting one. just enough water and right temp too. far better than the tepid tefal ones

if they're owt like Tefal avoid!

You DON'T get boiling water!

stick wi' t' kettle!

jonnylinacre;8950193

if they're owt like Tefal avoid!You DON'T get boiling water!stick wi' t' … if they're owt like Tefal avoid!You DON'T get boiling water!stick wi' t' kettle!



As stated in the comments above, nothing like the Tefal one, i have one of these and its great, its extremely quick and the water is boiling hot no bones about it.

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yanzui;8944293

It's boiling water.Nothing like the tefal.Got one last year. On this … It's boiling water.Nothing like the tefal.Got one last year. On this model it dispenses 8fl ozs and that's it. You can't change the amount.You won't regret buying at this price.



Thanks for the heads up m8.
I was about to get one but my mugs hold 11 fl oz.
Phew!
Lucky escape ! :thumbsup:

What's with the 'fl oz' - I've not seen anything sold in that measure in 20 years :-D :-D

The Argos version is ace, bloody good buy!

Reserved the argos one, why is that not hotter than this lol

So how quick does it boil the one cup size (8fl oz = just less than 1/2 pint or 236ml)?

And if I want 2 cups, is the second cup as long as the first, so could I get the two cups out before I could get the 'old' kettle to boil enough for both?

I seen a youtube vid, or was it on amazon.

Anyway about 20 secs from start to finish with 1 cup, and i asume the same with number 2

whoosh, quick then. My kettle boils the minimum in about 70-90 seconds.

Just got the £40 one and very impressed so far. about 20-25 seconds from pushing the button to a full mug of boiling water.

This will stop me shouting at the missus now for boiling the kettle going somewhere for a min coming back and reboiling the kettle.

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Mr Hunter;8952783

Just got the £40 one and very impressed so far. about 20-25 seconds from … Just got the £40 one and very impressed so far. about 20-25 seconds from pushing the button to a full mug of boiling water.This will stop me shouting at the missus now for boiling the kettle going somewhere for a min coming back and reboiling the kettle.



Full?
Hands up everyone with sub standard size mugs.:?

Just checked a video at youtube out, takes longer to initially get any water out, but the water flow is a lot more consistent than the tefal one I've got at the moment. Think I know what I'll replace my tefal with when it dies!

I had the tefal, never again, seems to be very hit and miss as to whether you get nice hot water or not
Well impressed with the new variable breville
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