Capable of boiling a cup of water in less than a minute, the Breville HotCup Water Dispenser is the perfect alternative to a kettle for families who are always on the go. The super-quick speed of the water dispenser combined with the energy-efficient design provides endless benefits for those looking to brew up their favourite hot drinks.
From instant coffee and cocoa to loose-leaf tea, the versatile Breville HotCup Water Dispenser can help you make hot drinks in under a minute. Perfect for those who don’t like waiting for their morning pick-me-up or busy households with sizeable brew runs.
The 1.5l water tank holds 5-7 cups’ worth of water – accommodating a full hot drinks round. To refill the tank, simply open the push-button lid and fill from the tap. This simple yet innovative design means you can boil water in incredibly quick times without having to connect to the main water supply. The quick-boiling action of the hot water dispenser is provided by the high-power heating element.
Complementing the modern kitchen, the hot water dispenser boasts a sleek black design with polished stainless steel trim. The blue illumination of the water tank is pleasing on the eye, and clarifies when the water has been boiled. Furthermore, because the hot water dispenser only boils the water it uses, it is far more energy-efficient and economical than the standard kettle.
Thanks to the innovative design of the Breville HotCup Water Dispenser, the appliance is incredibly easy and quick to clean. The removable drip tray, limescale filter and stainless steel finish all simplify the cleaning process – so you can be sure of pure and clean boiled water every time, and an appliance which continues to look great in your kitchen.
The Breville HotCup Water Dispenser includes:
• 1.5l water tank
• Removable easy-to-clean drip tray
• Permanent limescale filter
Dispenses boiling water at the touch of a button
Push-button lid release makes filling easy - just like a kettle
Removable, easy-to-clean drip tray means no worktop mess
Blue illumination in boil mode
Large water window makes filling easy
Gloss black finish with polished stainless steel trim
Hot Cup Hot Water Dispenser is rated
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Rated 1 out of
Big les from
Horrible kettle stay away from....I hate this kettle....
I brought this kettle hoping it would make my day easier as I’m a disabled man and only have the use of one arm. This kettle has a mind of its own, at times you have to push the switch multiple times just to get it started then it either turns it self off mid boil or once its boiled it’ll stay on and boil again and if you not next to it you’ll get two cups of water in one cup!! I thought it was just mine but a friend has a newer version of this kettle and has the same problem... Don’t buy one as I never will ever again. I’ll upload a video once YouTube lets me.
Date published: 2017-11-13
Rated 1 out of
bob irwin from
misleading and not fit for purposeTotally misleading description and not fit for purpose. Doesnt boil the water, it barely gets to 80 degrees which is fine if you dont have milk in your tea or coffee but as soon as you add any milk then you have a warm cup at best. Also only dispenses a fixed amount each time so you have to have the exact right sized cup or mug. If its too small its spills water everywhere, if its too big you only get a fraction of a cup.
Dont waste your money on this buy a kettle instead then just add the amount of water you need.
Date published: 2018-01-03
Rated 5 out of
Doughie D from
Hot Cup - works for meThere appears to be a lot of faulty ones out there - Breville you should look into this. I bought mine from Asda about a year ago - it is fine for me - if i want a pot i add a jug under the water dispenser, It is hot - i did manage to burn myself - my own fault. It does what it is supposed to - i have no problems with it BUT what other people say is also correct, it is limited to its water capacity - but that's what it is if you want more buy a better model, this is basic but its meant to be. I am happy with my version as it is what I purchased, next time i will purchase a more upgraded model but it does what it is supposed to do
Date published: 2020-08-03
Rated 1 out of
Terrible itemMy sister and Dad have the variable cup size hot water dispenser and it’s fantastic, I was bought this smaller one and it’s horrendous, it’s noisy, it does one cup size which equates to just over half filling my mugs which all match. So I have half a cup or it overflows by a good amount if I want a full cup. The overflow tray is attached so more difficult to empty than it’s bigger sibling. It’s water tank is half the capacity of its big brother too, so if you want a mug filling it does 31/2 rather than the 7 mugs it’s bigger brother does. My advice is to get the bigger version and if it’s too heavy then fill using a jug rather than carrying it to the tap to fill. I was expecting a smaller version of the bigger one but this product is truly rubbish in comparison ... and did I mention the noise!!
Date published: 2019-12-25
Rated 5 out of
Perfect for my home office...Got this with a voucher that I had for Christmas. I have an office at home which is at the top of our 4 storey house so was a pain to keep traipsing up and down the stairs to keep making tea/coffee. It dispenses a perfect amount of water for me and is much hotter than I expected it to be. I am very pleased with it and glad that I chose this over a machine that takes 'pods' as I feel it gives me much more choice with less expense than a specialised coffee machine would. The noise isn't bad, it. only lasts for a few seconds and is no worse than a kettle in my opinion.
Date published: 2018-01-14
Rated 3 out of
Studio X from
Not what I’d hopedI bought this for my photographic studio so that people can just grab a quick cuppa or make pot snacks etc. I wish I’d looked into it more before buying as it says on the box that it’s ‘perfect’ for those things, but in reality it’s really not.
The dispenser puts out a standard mug full of water, which if you like milk in your drinks means you have to either pour some out of the mug before adding your tea/coffee etc which is invariably messy, or use a jug, which is excess clutter you don’t need. For pot snacks, there’s not a hope of getting the right amount and the water never seems to be actually boiling, which affects the resulting snack.
It’s noisy, it spatters and spits before, during and after dispensing. All in all I’m quite disappointed.
Date published: 2018-10-12
Rated 1 out of
Fran C from
Disappointed!I purchased this as I have rheumatoid arthritis and have problems lifting a kettle. I purchased what I thought was the same as the one I bought last year. The first one I owned was a much better design, mainly because it was a) variable and b) had a much larger area to tip the water into as I have to use a jug. The design is not suitable for disabled users and I feel that the original design was far superior to this one.
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 2 out of
Breville one cup hot water dispenserI bought one of these exactly same and it was breville from Argos was only £29.99 why pay £39.99 when you can get it from Argos for £29.99