Breville Hot Cup water dispenser
Get your cup of tea at the touch of a button.
- Tea addicts
- People less able to lift normal kettles
- Fans of energy efficiency
- Busy people
A great alternative to a traditional kettle. Get hot water in 40 seconds at the touch of a button. Speeds up waiting for your cuppa by only boiling the amount of water you actually need.
- Dial to set 9 different cup sizes according to your needs.
- Stop button allows water flow to be stopped mid-cycle
- Push-button lid release for refilling just like a kettle
- Removable, easy-to-clean drip tray
Capacity: 2 litres
Dimensions: 17 x 28 x 27.7 cm
What our testers say
Great for people with arthritis or less able to lift heavy kettles.
It is much heavier than an average kettle to lift to refill due to its large capacity. But it can be filled using a lighter jug, or could be filled by another person once a day. Once filled it does give enough tea to last all day or more.
It is super easy to use with only two buttons – stop and go. The cup size function is a bit twiddly to change (especially if you have arthritis), but if you always drink from your favourite mug, this will never change. We liked the stop function too, which allowed you to stop the water flow if you chose the wrong cup size.
If you usually use your kettle for filling hot water bottles and saucepans etc. over 350ml on a regular basis then the hot cup would be a little frustrating as this is the maximum cup size and you have to dispense water in several doses and the platform is not safe for balancing anything bigger than a mug or small jug.
We love that it glows blue when it’s boiling and the little noise it makes when your tea is ready to dispense.
It’s not just us that love this product. Check out the reviews on Amazon too. 1,315 out of 1,996 people (as of June 2017) gave it 5 stars.
Did you know?
Breville are the original creator of the cheese sandwich toaster! We salute you for bringing delicious grilled cheese pockets into our lives!
Breville is called Breville because founders Bill O’Brien and Harry Norville mixed their last names together.
Established in 1932, Breville started off making radios, then mine detectors for the war.