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Typhoo 300 Foil Fresh Teabags 937.5g - £3 at Iceland
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Typhoo 300 Foil Fresh Teabags 937.5g Not The One Cup Either only £3.00 1p per bag This is Not My Preferred Brew But is a Great deal for anyone that prefers this brew over others… Read more
I buy loads of these for work and drink it myself.

1p per bag is a good price, and this is very drinkable, IMHO
Edited by: "Bikertov" 6th Dec 2017
Despite what Iceland's website says, these packs are now 870g (2.9g/bag).

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Nowt like Yorkshire tea i say 🙊
Typhoo is the sweepings when they finish making the good tea.
I've been buying this tea for more years than I care to remember. Back in the 60s and 70s, I bought Typhoo in packets and made proper cuppa, in a teapot.

Dunno, if anyone else has noticed but the flavour of this tea is nowhere near it was 10 or 20 years ago? Typhoo has gone from an excellet tea, to mediocre at best and gnats piddle at worst...
Edited by: "Toxic_Waste" 6th Dec 2017
Twinings Swiss Hot Chocolate - £2.49 instore @ ALDI
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350g tins instore @ ALDI, among the weekly specials. It is that time of the year again! You can wait until after Christmas, when Lidl might have it for £1.99 or stock up now. The… Read more
Domthedonkey26th Nov

I drink hot chocolate every day of the year,never tried this one.


Of the many I have tried this is my favourite. I stock up yearly. My supplies were running low
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Thoughtful25 m ago

If you don't post a weight then it could be anything from a thimble sized …If you don't post a weight then it could be anything from a thimble sized tin to an oil drum size, and it's impossible to compare it to anything as well


350g

Twinings only sell one size, as far as I know.
If you don't post a weight then it could be anything from a thimble sized tin to an oil drum size, and it's impossible to compare it to anything as well
I have purchased this last time it was on offer it says on the pack that you have to make it with milk.

From theire website,

Just add hot milk, snuggle up with a good book
Breville Hot Cup VKJ318 - variable dispenser at Amazon for £42.99
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Found 23rd Nov 2017Found 23rd Nov 2017
I've been waiting a year for this one to come around again. As far as I can tell, it's the best price around for one with the variable water dispenser at the moment (the cheaper on… Read more
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JCB_Digger3 m ago

Not the same item - that's the one which dispenses a fixed amount..


You are right, sorry about that. I looked at the image and not model number.
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robo9891 m ago

Frequently £30 quid...Cold....oops, I mean lukewarm


Not the same item - that's the one which dispenses a fixed amount..
EDIT - Sorry I'm wrong here this is a better model than that and can select dispensing amount as you state.
Edited by: "robo989" 23rd Nov 2017
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Breville VKJ142 Hot Cup £29.99 @ Amazon
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I had one of these for a year and really good if only a few people in the house. Get a cup of hot boiling water in about 15-20 secs. These usually around £40 so £29.99 seems like a… Read more
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sparklehedgehog14 h, 3 m ago

A faff above boiling a kettle yet these are proven to save a silly amount …A faff above boiling a kettle yet these are proven to save a silly amount of energy?! These are also quicker to use so how is pressing one button, getting a faster drink and for less expense a faff exactly?Exactly!


My comment said that I personally found it a faff, not that other people necessarily would. You can't take away my personal opinion. Just having something else to clean and de-scale annoyed me
joedastudd1 h, 18 m ago

Yes and you should only use filtered water. Use loose leaf in a …Yes and you should only use filtered water. Use loose leaf in a teapot where the pot and the cup have been preheated.The reason instructions state freshly drawn water is to stop people using water which has already been boiled.As devices like this only boil water as required it's not an issue without have really bad limescale.



I use spring (bottled) water, so likescale isn't an issue, but thanks for the advice.
fanpages9 h, 43 m ago

As I mentioned in one of the many previous threads, water should be drawn …As I mentioned in one of the many previous threads, water should be drawn when required for a better cup of tea.(As mentioned in that thread)


Yes and you should only use filtered water.
Use loose leaf in a teapot where the pot and the cup have been preheated.

The reason instructions state freshly drawn water is to stop people using water which has already been boiled.
As devices like this only boil water as required it's not an issue without have really bad limescale.
joedastudd7 h, 54 m ago

A carer can fill it in the morning and its got enough for a day.



As I mentioned in one of the many previous threads, water should be drawn when required for a better cup of tea.

Rickardo7 h, 14 m ago

Yes, but it seemed to me you were implying with "soon to be heavy kettle" …Yes, but it seemed to me you were implying with "soon to be heavy kettle" comment, that there was no advantage of this product over a kettle-type so I was trying to point out there is. If I'm mistaken, as it seems joedastudd is too, then I apologise, but your point, whatever it is, could be clearer.



(As mentioned in that thread) I use a different product that is neither the VKJ142 nor a kettle, so I can appreciate the disadvantages of both.
purplelily2 h, 33 m ago

How is advising against the purchase of an item that I have owned stupid? …How is advising against the purchase of an item that I have owned stupid? Even if it is not overly useful your post is completely pointless

A faff above boiling a kettle yet these are proven to save a silly amount of energy?! These are also quicker to use so how is pressing one button, getting a faster drink and for less expense a faff exactly?

Exactly!
Edited by: "sparklehedgehog" 8th Oct 2017
Breville HotCup £24 Asda Direct C&C
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Be quick. This will sell out quickly. Beville HotCup £24 down from £39.96 with free Click & Collect at Asda Direct Don't forget to go through TopCashBack otherwise HUKD will ge… Read more
kingkush

Could you please explain this



You probably should ask the manufacturer why, but any electrical product that hasn't got a manual switch, will consume electricity just because a soft switch will require some of the electronics to be live at all times. I put a Watt meter on my one cup device (Tefal I think), and it measured up-to 2W consumption even though it wasn't delivering hot water. Depending on the amount of money spent on the design, some manufacturers may be better than others, but to be frank, if you can measure the consumption on a meter when a device is in standby, that's too much. I found mine was consuming more than my small LCD TV, yet I religiously turn that off at the socket.

To put it into context my Philips Senseo only registered consumption, but not enough to measure precisely, that should have been much the same as the one cup boiler, but it wasn't.

A few years ago when I was investigating solar panels for my house, I decided to go round and measure everything to find out which devices were the worst for standby, with surprising results.

mike
I love it just have it filled up ready to go pretty instant 15 secs max and you have a cuppa. Even doing two cups of tea fine time you stirred one the other is ready. I like the fact can just stick mug under it while i make a sandwich come back tea ready waitig. £25 good deal for me :).
Got one of these use it to make the little ones bottles pronto, kettle better for tea tho! I really do not care about how many kilowatts it uses, it's a big help in our household.
dewonderful

Some of us are eating breakfast you know



Was it a fixed or variable amount?
mbuckhurst

4. They usually consume electricity all the time, even if it's only 1W it … 4. They usually consume electricity all the time, even if it's only 1W it adds up over time. Unless you turn it off at the socket.



Could you please explain this

Edited by: "kingkush" 12th Aug 2016
Breville Hot Cup £25 @ Asda In-Store
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I found the Breville Hot Cup at my local Asda store. It was reduced to half price so £25 instead of £50. I have attached the receipt of my purchase. The kettle is showing sold out … Read more
Thanks for the heads up, perfect amount of water to fill up my cup x
1234567891

Brought 1 from tesco started to leak at the bottom of water level … Brought 1 from tesco started to leak at the bottom of water level indicator, thought it was one off the replacement had exactly the same fault - Very Cold- not boiling hot


I have 2 and have not encountered such a problem with either. Fantastic product & bargain price.

and when you brought it from tesco I do hope you went through the till & bought it as well.
Edited by: "andiejn" 22nd Sep 2013
Brought 1 from tesco started to leak at the bottom of water level indicator, thought it was one off the replacement had exactly the same fault - Very Cold- not boiling hot
I prefer the newer model so you can change up size and fill up less
Great price OP.
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Breville VKJ142 Hot Cup was £69.99 now £37.80 Delivered @ AMAZON
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Technical Details Breville's first generation hot water dispenser Fast boil 3 kW concealed element for maximum efficiency and easy clean Dispenses five cups without refilling so yo… Read more
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Lol
tasha2493

So funny! not! People like me come on here give an honest opinion try and … So funny! not! People like me come on here give an honest opinion try and help others, and people like you come on here and do nothing battle your way through all those helping just so you can feel better about yourself.Sometimes i wonder why i even bother trying to help.Anyways I have better things to do than talk play your childish games. End of!



...and people like me "come on here" & try to understand the issues you had & help you solve them.

In future I just not bother helping you. I don't need to feel better about myself. If you read my comments in any way other than I intended, then I apologise.

PS. Read the last line from greg_68:

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I'm sorry you misunderstood my intentions.
So funny! not!

People like me come on here give an honest opinion try and help others, and people like you come on here and do nothing battle your way through all those helping just so you can feel better about yourself.

Sometimes i wonder why i even bother trying to help.

Anyways I have better things to do than talk play your childish games. End of!
tasha2493

@ fanpages! Thanks for your advice! However I was only advising buyers of … @ fanpages! Thanks for your advice! However I was only advising buyers of my perspective on the product!!! No need for such 'advice'.



Why give it then?
@ fanpages!

Thanks for your advice! However I was only advising buyers of my perspective on the product!!!

No need for such 'advice'.
Breville hot cup only £23.98 at Makro instore!
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Priced 19.99 plus vat. Available for 13 07 11 to 26 07 11. Really good reviews on Amazon. Sorry if repost!
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I have this in black and I love it! So much better than boiling the kettle esp if you are only making one or two cups! And it actually boils the water,unlike come one cup models that just heat the water. Def recommend! x.x.
oopslala

can someone buy me one.i'll pay the postage thanks



You can buy it online. Free postage only over £30 though, so you'll need to add something else if you want to qualify
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can someone buy me one.i'll pay the postage thanks
Breville Hot Cup Kettle £33.49 Del @ TJHughes
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Great price delivered using code TJSAVE20 Cheapest available now. Offer posted below at mackro for £25 without VAT is expired as is the offers on Amazon John Lewis and Currys. So … Read more

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TheEqualizer

[url=%0Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.comet.co.uk%2Fp%2FKettles-Water-Filters%2Fbuy-BREVILLE-VKJ318-Kettles-Water-Filter%2F567027]http://www.comet.co.uk/p/Kettles-Water-Filters/buy-BREVILLE-VKJ318-Kettles-Water-Filter/567027[/url]That is the more expensive one at £51.01 above. (Dunno if cheaper elsewhere)Was £49.99 when we bought ours (present for someone)Good gadget pretty impressed with it.

So what if you don't live anywhere near a makro store, some do and would … So what if you don't live anywhere near a makro store, some do and would have benefitted from the deal he posted up in here at £24.99. If you're not lucky enough to have a makro near you then that's just your tough luck I'm afraid, you cannot argue that £24.99 in a store near you (if you have one near you) is not cheaper than the £33.49 deal here, else your maths is pretty poor.



BTW I think paranoia has something to do with everyone being against you, I don't see what it has to do with my replies, I am just being entertained. Also there have been no personal remarks from me on this thread, and I resent you bringing the tone lower by casting aspersions on my mental health and ability to do maths. Read the following very carefully:-

Makro add VAT. so £24.99 + 20% is £30 (this is instore). Add on the travelling and I think you might find it it is a bit more expensive than the posted deal unless it is within walking distance. Also we are comparing apples with pears eg an online deal with free delivery and an offline deal. If you go through to the link to the item on the Makro website, further up in this thread, £41.99 is the price inc vat. I am not a maths genius, but anyone can see that the posted deal is cheaper.

PS,, why not post it separately and see what happens, put your money where your mouth is.


Edited by: "battelaxe" 8th Jan 2011
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azza87He hasn't posted a cheaper one. The one at Makro is on their site … azza87He hasn't posted a cheaper one. The one at Makro is on their site but it is more expensive as you need to add 20% vat and, I reckon the offer he posted is in store only. So to his 24.99 we must add 20% VAT so the kettle comes to £29.99, Unless you live next door to a Makro add the gas to get there and I am sure you will see it is more expensive. The 34.99 one that is shown online, well, is just more expensive.So, without need he took a good offer, and with his unfounded comments, caused it to be voted cold. Finally, and re-reading this, he acted both arrogantly and mistakenly in response to the poster, and then spitefully expired the offer which I then had unexpired.Your opinion on the product is neither here nor there, and I wish peeps would understand that this forum votes (or used to vote) on whether the post was a good deal, not whether they liked the colour/style and so forth. It is a good kettle. I have had one for over a year, although I would not recommend it if you have more than 2 hot drink people in the house because an ordinary kettle would be as cheap and faster.Now you are fully aware of the facts, I will draw the line.



I think you really need to grow up and lose the paranoia you seem to be experiencing as it would take more than just one forum member clicking the expire button for the deal to become expired and as he has said he didn't click the expire button you need to focus the blame in someone elses direction and apologise for your false accusation.

I've read all the posts in here and none of his posts were arrogant, he said he knew it was a little cheaper somewhere else but couldn't remember where and then after taking the time to actually look for the cheaper deal he posted the details of it up in here which was intended to help those wanting it cheaper, so what if that meant this deal received cold votes after that afterall it wasn't the best deal available!

So what if you don't live anywhere near a makro store, some do and would have benefitted from the deal he posted up in here at £24.99. If you're not lucky enough to have a makro near you then that's just your tough luck I'm afraid, you cannot argue that £24.99 in a store near you (if you have one near you) is not cheaper than the £33.49 deal here, else your maths is pretty poor.



Edited by: "azza87" 8th Jan 2011
lol, is this still going on?? Someone didn't get any sleep last night haha

You'll be pleased to hear that I never expired it. If anything I would have wanted to leave it open so it got colder lol.

did i say it was?? No. Am i likely to spend any time on finding one for … did i say it was?? No. Am i likely to spend any time on finding one for you? No. Did I give you a reason of why people might be voting it cold? Yes.

Here you go, you can post this deal yourself if you like. If you don't … Here you go, you can post this deal yourself if you like. If you don't have a Macro card, you can borrow mine

Breville Hot Cup hot water dispenser £30 delivered @ Amazon
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Been waiting for this to drop back down to £30 since before Christmas last year as it has been £38+ since... now ordered one for myself. Next cheapest is £38.79 at Argos. Note that… Read more
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What is the Kw rating of this kettle...........must be quite high to boil water this quick..........dont get me wrong,this is a clever way to boil 250ml of water.
Anyone got one AND a power watcher thingy to see the power consumption?............edited to say that from feedback on Amazon this can take up to 50 seconds to boil so may not be a high Kw element.
Hot. Always thought the Tefal one was pointless as it doesn't do proper boiling water so useless for tea, but if this does proper boiling water it'll be great.

The blue illumination will be a from a LED which will use barely any power and certainly the savings you'd make on water would outweigh them unless you never ever put too much water in your kettle.
Soulreape;8192647

Was gonna buy one of these, loved the idea, until I actually saw it in … Was gonna buy one of these, loved the idea, until I actually saw it in real life, cheap and nasty and small. Ok for your Grans kitchen I guess.Good price though.



It's not that small .... it sits next to my kettle and is taller than that.

Although it does actually take longer than the 4 seconds it claims, it is much faster than any kettle. Would recommend.
Was gonna buy one of these, loved the idea, until I actually saw it in real life, cheap and nasty and small. Ok for your Grans kitchen I guess.

Good price though.
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...............but how much electricity is wasted by the unnecessary blue … ...............but how much electricity is wasted by the unnecessary blue illumination?



And if your having to worry about such things you probably should go back to the stone age. ;-)
Breville Hot Cup - Boiling Water at the Touch of a Button £26.99 delivered at Amazon
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* 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 fi… Read more
TECHSPEC;7165054

The point is i don't know how much is in the kettle

Then it's odd that you give such a precise figure for how long it takes to boil!
TheDelBoy;7150463

its not about boiling 1 cup, its about how fast it does it. as soon as … its not about boiling 1 cup, its about how fast it does it. as soon as you press the button, it dispenses hot water. kettle takes a while. :thinking:



this doesn't give 'instant' hot water
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wyabcp;7154707

that's the Tefal version you're thinking of, not Breville... this is … that's the Tefal version you're thinking of, not Breville... this is boiling water...anyway out of stock so reducing heat



Ummm... no!

Like I said I actually own this (The Breville Hot Cup), and trust me, the water is not boiling. I have a traditional kettle and can actually see the water boiling on that one. Get two pot noodles, fill one with the kettle water, fill one with the Breville water.

3min later the Breville Pot noodles are still a bit hard. The kettle Pot noodles are perfect. Ok, so most folk will buy this for cups of tea/coffee/bovril/whatever and for that it is absolutely fantastic, but just not for pot noodles. Granted nobody should eat them anyway as they are unhealthy, but still...
pibpob;7164728

There's something wrong with your kettle and I'd guess it's got a lot of … There's something wrong with your kettle and I'd guess it's got a lot of water trapped in it, which is uselessly boiled each time. Either that or you've put far more than 250ml in it or it's a lot less than 3kW. In theory, boiling 250ml of water from 20 degrees at 3kW takes 28 seconds.



The point is i don't know how much is in the kettle, thats the point.

I would have to measure out and fill the kettle every time i use it.;-)
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