Morphy Richards 43930 Accents One Cup Hot Water Dispenser Red £19.99 @ Morphy Richards Ebay Outlet
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Morphy Richards 43930 Accents One Cup Hot Water Dispenser Red £19.99 @ Morphy Richards Ebay Outlet

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Found 3rd Aug 2012
Accents One Cup is a compact heat and dispense machine that can boil and dispense a cup of water in 30 seconds, this is a great alternative to a conventional kettle if you are regularly boiling water for one cup.

Hot Water Dispenser
30 seconds Dispense time
150ml Capacity
Power On Indicator
Removable drip tray
Water Dispense Temperature - 96 Degrees
Concealed Element

Price £19.99 with free delivery

This product comes with a full 2 year manufacturers warranty

Delivery - All items will be despatched from the warehouse within 2 working days. Items are delivered by Yodel couriers within 5-7 working days

Items can only be despatched to UK and Northern Ireland. Collection is not available

19 Comments

Like it. Clearly hot.

Why not just pour in your regular kettle enough water for just one cup, and save yourself 20 quid plus the extra worktop space?

Original Poster

I totally agree that if you have a kettle you can indeed boil a set amount of water, the point of this deal was aimed at people who would like an alternative product to a conventional kettle, such as the elderly, people with disabilities, or people who live on their own etc, a lot of which have left some very positive reviews on the following sites -

Amazon - amazon.co.uk/Mor…SL6

Argos - reviews.argos.co.uk/149…htm

Asda - reviews.asda.com/144…htm

Can you adjust the dispensed amount for this?

I have an old machine and like bone china mugs. A real strain to find mugs big enough for the dispensed amount of water. As far as it goes, it is a useful item if you live alone, and just about ok for two, but any more than that it is a bit pointless.

I love my one cup, its so handy. The kettle now lives in a cupboard and only comes out when I want a large pan of boiling water. Any other time I just use the one cup. I bought a little jug to go with it, so when I use small cups I can dispense from the jug.

Great buy if you can adjust amount of water needed for each cup or mug.

Ordered 2. Arrived today. Well packaged and new as stated. Courier delivery - Signed for.
Read the reviews and it lives up to them.
Recommended. Heat.

I unpacked and notice the tray for holding the mug just sits on the worktop it is not supported by the base. This is by design and works well. I heated 3 large mugs of water to clean out the machine. Tasted the 4th and there was no trace of any plastic taste! Water comes out really hot - hot enough for tea or coffee.

Used it a few times now. No problems. Noticed that I had to put LESS water in the mug as it seems to heat up all the water with no loss of liquid so I fill the mug 85% leaving room for the tea bag + milk.

I just fill the mug,
pour the water into the unit (this needs a bit of care but gets easy with practice),
put the mug in place
press start
grab a tea bag pop this in the mug
get the milk

Noticed there are descaling instructions too - nice for folk in hard water areas.

Nice unit, seems well made. Note there is some residual water left in the unit and this may be hot. Also when you try and empty the unit some water comes out when inverted. When the unit is bought back the right way around water syphons through the unit and comes out of the spout! Not a problem but I'd let the unit cool down and unplug it before attempting to empty the machine. I was just trying to see how to empty the machine by hand.

If you get a plastic taste have some lemons on standby in case - bit of juice can clear the plastic taste in a rinse. One tablespoon in a mug of water.

Making tea in a cup? What the hell is wrong with people.

Duelling Duck

Making tea in a cup? What the hell is wrong with people.



I do it properly; a couple of tea bags in the kettle and set it away boiling. Once it's boiled pour and add milk to taste oO
Edited by: "xdq" 16th Aug 2012

xdq

I do it properly; a couple of tea bags in the kettle and set it away … I do it properly; a couple of tea bags in the kettle and set it away boiling. Once it's boiled pour and add milk to taste oO



Indeed Do you find the tin of baked beans in there sometimes rips open the tea bags as it rattles around?

Looks like it dispenses a fixed amount of water. And you'd be filling it every single time rather than with other water dispensers which have a large reservoir.

So if you have to fill this virtually every time, then just have a jug and fill that with the desired amount of water, pour that in a kettle, and save yourself £20!!
Edited by: "Sphere" 16th Aug 2012

I just not get these. But if anyone interested they are £20 in Morrison's (red & black) so that may be a better option having a bricks & mortar for returns should it go wrong

Edit - I see delivery is by yodel. Probably won't get it then!
Edited by: "quidditys_shore" 16th Aug 2012

Plus I'm fro Yorkshire & if you're any sort of northerner all your brews are done in pint mugs!

This only does 150ml, that's 1 mouth full! LOL

Boiling in here.

i MUST say that a regular kettle does the same job and more importantly if you pour 150ml of water into a descent regular kettle it would probably boil it in 30 seconds also thus negating any advantageous use of this device.

For disabled people like me, it means I don't have to pick up a heavy kettle filled with boiling hot water. Have tried all the Breville incarnations of this which have all been faulty, but this one is a star.

youldyboy

the point of this deal was aimed at people who would like an alternative … the point of this deal was aimed at people who would like an alternative product to a conventional kettle

You are soooooooooooooooo right! The sheer number of times I have heard my elderly, disabled relatives saying the kettle that they've used for 70 years "was like sooo last week" and what they really needed was "a new, alternative contraption that does exactly the same job but I would have to learn all over again how to use it!" . My gran was quite specific - "if at all possible, could it also look like an over-sized, red **** - that would be so lush".

I don't like the word 'lush' either so it annoyed me when she used that.

Original Poster

TheOak

You are soooooooooooooooo right! The sheer number of times I have heard … You are soooooooooooooooo right! The sheer number of times I have heard my elderly, disabled relatives saying the kettle that they've used for 70 years "was like sooo last week" and what they really needed was "a new, alternative contraption that does exactly the same job but I would have to learn all over again how to use it!" . My gran was quite specific - "if at all possible, could it also look like an over-sized, red **** - that would be so lush".I don't like the word 'lush' either so it annoyed me when she used that.



http://www.ideasden.com/upload/2010/09/cool-story-bro-jesus.jpg

knowitall5

i MUST say that a regular kettle does the same job and more importantly … i MUST say that a regular kettle does the same job and more importantly if you pour 150ml of water into a descent regular kettle it would probably boil it in 30 seconds also thus negating any advantageous use of this device.



Our kettle requires much more than that otherwie the elements will burn.
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