Morphy Richards One Cup only £19.99 RRP £35 instore @ B&M
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Morphy Richards One Cup only £19.99 RRP £35 instore @ B&M

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Found 9th Dec 2012
Great price instore at B&M, is £32.97 at amazon so looks to be a good price!

This Morphy Richards one-cup hot water dispenser, with its 3kW filament an 1.7L water capacity, can boil you a cup of water in 30 seconds. The water dispenser features an illuminated on/off button, a removable drip tray and non-slip feet.

FEATURES
Boils water in 30 seconds
150-300ml capacity
Save time and energy by just boiling what you need
Illuminating on/off switch
Removable drip tray

14 Comments

I bought a red one of these from Amazon for £27 last week. Unless you own one, you don't realise the benfits of having one. I have similar issues convincing friends and family about PVRs when I spent £500 on a TiVo 10+ years ago. Now everyone has a PVR.

This is cheaper than other one cup devices as it doesn't have a water container, it only dispenses what you put into it, so you don't need to fiddle with controls to say how much hot water you want.

The 1.7L bit is a misprint, it can only hold a max of 300ml

looks like a good product.

Boiling hot.

Bought one a couple of weeks ago and can highly recommend it. Perfect for a quick cup of tea. Hot deal.

pointless product unless you don't already own a kettle.

Hot Deal

I looked at this a few weeks ago but it was a lot more expensive so I ended up buying the Breville hot cup for £32.99. I am very happy with the hot cup as I don't have to lift a hot kettle, but would have bought this had it been this price - bargain!

So if I spend £20 quid on this as opposed to a fiver for a kettle, assuming I only boil what I need anyway, how many cuppas will it be before I break even?

great item but dont expect to fill the hot water bottle from it

I have had this for some time and can highly recommend it. Although I paid £20 or £25 I think from Argos. Still hot though.

Ross81

So if I spend £20 quid on this as opposed to a fiver for a kettle, … So if I spend £20 quid on this as opposed to a fiver for a kettle, assuming I only boil what I need anyway, how many cuppas will it be before I break even?


Presuming that when you want to boil only one cup of water, you do that already in your kettle: not within the appliance's lifetime. It takes so many joules to boil a cup of water, and the only real difference is how much energy is lost heating the appliance and the air around it. Any difference between this and a kettle will be principally due to different insulation standards. I can't see this being so much better insulated than a kettle that the difference adds up enough to break even. If anyone who has one of these can time how long it takes to boil 300ml of water, I can do a rough calculation.

I own the red one and can highly recomend it. It takes about 30 seconds to send out the mug of boiling water.
I bought it to save on electric and stop the family boiling half a kettle of water when only one mug is required. It works well.
We use the kettle when a lot of water is required like for a flask.

I boil 1 mug of water in the kettle - it seems to work well.
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