HotCup™ with adjustable tray, manual stop option

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VKT124-01
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If you have the kind of kitchen where the kettle just can’t boil fast enough, Breville’s HotCup Water Dispenser is the perfect kitchen appliance for you. From its sleek design that looks at home in every kitchen to its super-fast boiling times, the HotCup is a water dispenser that ticks all the boxes.

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They say a watched pot never boils, and anyone who has stood impatiently by the kitchen counter knows the same can certainly be said for a kettle in a busy family. That’s why the Breville HotCup Water Dispenser is a lifesaver for hectic family kitchens, capable of boiling water for your favourite hot drink in less than a minute. Whether you are a time-conscious young professional or an economy-conscious parent, the HotCup’s super-efficient design has a variety of benefits for anyone looking for a better way to brew up.

The massive 1.7l capacity means that the HotCup can hold an impressive eight cups of water, perfect for those large rounds of hot drinks where everyone in the room accepts your polite offer. Boiling water is dispensed at the touch of a button and an accurate stop function means you’re always in control – no more overflowing mugs when you’re trying to get the right volume of water.

The large water window also makes accurate filling easy, so you never run out of water halfway through making the teas and coffees. What’s more, with a patented variable height drip tray, Breville’s HotCup Water Dispenser lets you fill everything from your brother’s comedy two-pint mug to your mum’s tiny teacup without ever spilling a drop. From the stylish and sleek appearance to the permanent, fuss-free limescale filter, this is a water dispenser where every element of design has been crafted with user experience in mind.

The HotCup Water Dispenser includes:

  • 3kW heating element for rapid boiling times
  • 1.7l capacity makes up to eight cups
  • Variable height drip tray
  • Concealed element
  • Permanent limescale filter
  • Non-slip feet
  • Cord storage
  • Mid-Cycle Stop Function
HotCup™ with adjustable tray, manual stop option is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Amount of water dispensed has reduced great product looks nice, I wouldn’t say the water is boiling and after having it for a few months the water that it dispenses has reduced drastically even though we haven’t changed the the dial, you need to press it twice on full to get a mug full
Date published: 2020-01-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect for one quick cuppa I’m not impressed by this machine, it does not quite get to boiling temp and it starts spitting the water out, then my mug overfills, I have to contactless watch over it or it makes a mess, oh and water level hard to see, a few times I thought it was empty and filled it, what a mess!
Date published: 2020-03-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Brilliant at first - but then water amount reduced Using this in my garden office, it was perfect for the first month, but then, like other reviewers, it suddenly decided to reduce the amount of water it wanted to produce to about 1/2 of what it was, so I now have to press twice to fill my mug. The variable size selector still works, but now only from tiny to little, instead of from little to large (output-wise). There is obviously a design flaw with this model. Would recommend if this issue was resolved.
Date published: 2021-03-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from disappointed Bought this thinking that it is better than the ordinary pour-type kettles since its description says it can make up to 8 cups of hot water. From this, one can only imagine that once the water is boiled, it can dispense more than 1 cup of hot water. Instead, you need to keep pressing the "start" button to boil another "cup" of hot water!!Pity, that this was not explained or even described fully in the features of this product. So annoyed with my purchase!
Date published: 2018-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent I had one downstairs and bought a 2nd one for the bedroom. I put a teabag in the mug the night before, I press the start button on my way to the loo and by the time I am on my way back it's ready to add the milk.
Date published: 2020-09-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from looks good but doesn't fill a cup I have had 2 of these in different designs and have to say this one is disappointment, I have to press it 3 times to get a full mug!! not exactly a one cup!
Date published: 2020-06-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great for arthritis I bought this as it saves weight bearing on wrists, lifting kettles. Good for one cup bit a pain if have guests.
Date published: 2019-03-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok, but not great My wife bought this last year after getting fed up waiting ages for our normal kettle to boil. Initially I thought it was just a gimmick but it turned out to be better than I expected it to be. I did have to ensure I hit the stop button when using it as it would often dispense just a little too much water for my cup. I can't say the water was ever as hot as we got out of a normal kettle. A hot drink made with water from the kettle always seemed to stay hot far longer than one from this. Now though, about a year later, for the same cup I have to press the dispense button twice, as the amount of water dispensed has reduced by so much. Trying to use it for multiple cups is also frustrating as well, after dispensing approximately 3 - 4 amounts of water, pressing the button starts the boiling process, which then stops with no water dispensed. We have to press the button several times for it to resume dispensing water again. It has got so bad that my wife has now resorted to using the old kettle again. It may be cheaper to use for individual hot drinks than a normal kettle, but if it is as bad as this after 1 year then I think we'll stick with a normal kettle, which works well for a number of years without needing to be replaced. If only used a few times a day then I would say it would be good, but no use for a family or people that drink several hot drinks daily.
Date published: 2020-09-17
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