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Morphy Richards Accents One Cup 43926 Hot Water Dispenser - Red

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  • One-cup dispensing system can save up to 70% less energy than a normal kettle
  • Large 1.8 litre capacity
  • Fast 45 second dispense time
  • Removable drip tray
  • Stop button function prevents any risk of overflowing

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 30 x 16 x 32 cm ; 2.4 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 3.6 Kg
  • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
  • Item model number: 43926
  • ASIN: B004MKML9C
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 6 Feb 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (175 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,726 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Morphy Richards Accents One Cup 43926 Hot Water Dispenser, Red

hot water dispenser
watertank

The Morphy Richards Accents One Cup Hot Water Dispenser allows you to boil just the right amount of water that you want at one time at the touch of a button – so you can have your favourite drink whilst saving you time and using up 70% less energy than a normal kettle.

Simple to use

The Accents One Cup Hot Water Dispenser is designed to be simple to use, just select the amount of water you need and press the activation button. The One Cup Hot Water Dispenser will then illuminate the cup area for stylish finish on your kitchen side as it works.

To ensure your kitchen surfaces are kept clean and tidy, there is a removable drip tray just in case of any spillages.

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Accurate and efficient

With a 3kW concealed element, it delivers maximum efficiency; delivering boiled water to your cup within 45 seconds. A 1.8 litre capacity tank holds up to 8 cups of water and can easily be removed from the back to be filled or for extra convenience can be filled in-situ. The clear plastic tank means it is easy to fill the tank accurately using the water gauge.

User Control

The easy use volume selection makes sure the amount of water you want to boil is precise, so whether it’s a large morning coffee or a small cup of tea in the afternoon.

You can be sure you don’t waste time or energy by boiling the exact amount you need, reducing any negative effects associated with over boiling. If you have set too much water to be released, there is a stop button which immediately cuts the flow to prevent any risk of overflowing.

Box Contains

  • 1 x Hot water dispenser
  • 1 x Base
  • 1 x Instruction booklet

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    40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By pamela on 24 April 2012
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    I have a disability with my hands and cannot use a bog standard kettle but this wonderful gizmo has arrived in my kitchen and turned my life around totally. It does everything it claims to do and it looks pretty cool as a kitchen utensil. Thank you for designing and manufacturing this superb gadget.
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    29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Steve Barwis on 24 April 2012
    My kettle required replacing. Someone suggested a one cup. I was dubious. My doubt quickly dissapeared, it's brilliant, not just for coffee and tea, but also filling jugs and pans. The water is produced at a perfect temperature, and importantly in the quantity you require. As with other reviews, the quantity slider feels fragile, but is precise and works well.
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    25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Garry Dickinson on 4 Dec 2012
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    This has been a great saving, the staff are now only boiling water that they require also able to obtain a refreshment during a busy day.
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    31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By finny lul on 29 Nov 2012
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    Living alone, and not being a tea drinker, I have been a fan of One Cups since I bought a Tefal One Cup a long, long time ago. I have been using a Breville Hot Cup with Variable Dispenser for about 12 months, with no problems, but saw this Meno, on offer from Amazon EU, so bought it as a back-up. I have now decided to use this instead, and put the Breville away, as my back up, only because it affords more space on the plate for your mug, or whatever. I have a two mug cafetiere that I use and it fits well on the Meno plate, whereas I had to prop it up with a tin of something, with the Breville One Cup, to prevent it falling off. The difference being, the Breville plate is round, whereas the Meno is oval. A small but important point, if you want to use anything other than a standard mug or cup. The same applies for the whole unit, with the Meno taking up slighly less space.
    Some people have commented on the 'bang' noise the Meno makes at the end of its delivery but, for me, it's a useful way of knowing my drink is ready! I am not a purist and haven't tested which is quicker in delivering the water - I would have done, had I noticed a major difference when testing the Meno, but both are certainly quicker than a kettle. I use a 1 litre plastic bottle to fill, which is easier than dismantling and taking to the tap. For those who are more refined, you could a measuring cup, perhaps? I shall de-scale by using a vinegar solution, as I did with the Breville, every couple of months, or so.
    The water doesn't boil in either of them, but this is better for coffee, of course. I don't drink tea but do like cups of soup and the like, so end up 'finishing off' in the microwave for half a minute, or so, if needs be, to thicken the soup/sauce, etc.
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    67 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 20 Aug 2011
    Most People would say why on earth would you buy this meno when you can you get a normal kettle for half the price. Well the main reason is for me is I dont like waiting around and this meno doesnt hang around. It's fast and reliable .
    With electricity prices always going up and most kettles usually using about 3kw heating up any water that your not going to use use is a waste of money. Now I hear you say why not just put the exact amount of water in your normal kettle. Well I rather just fill up this meno right up and not worry if I have put too much water in as I know it will give me the exact amount of water every time. Now Im not saying get rid of your kettle as it has many uses. But this product will save you time and money and of-course it looks great. I'm not saying that your kitchen is poorly lit kitchen but the L.E.D. light provides that bit of extra light needed to see clearly into your cup. For those who are worrying about your different sized cups there is a slide switch on top that adjusts to the your size cup.
    I know there are other company's that make products like this one and that are cheaper but this looks and performs a lot better than the others and for you laddies this meno also comes in a few colours.
    The only bad point I can tell is that it can be nosey but I will still recomend this product to my friends.
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    21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Rachel Pierson on 7 Nov 2013
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    I debated getting one of these a few years ago. In the end, I opted for a normal kettle instead at that time. I'd read that 'rapid boil one cup' -type kettles were fast, but that they didn't actually get the water quite hot enough to make great tea. That convinced me that the high-ish price tag wasn't really justified: if a kettle that cost half as much could do the same job better but more slowly, surely that was better?

    Anyway, long story short, a recent client of mine had one of these machines installed in their office, so I got to have a go on one before purchasing. To be honest, whilst the criticism of some brands of one cup kettle with regard to how hot they get the water may be justified, I didn't really notice a difference in temperature of the brew from the machine I first tried. And if you get your tea out of a teabag, frankly the quality isn't going to suffer very much for all the difference a degree or two makes anyway. I found it tasted exactly the same as normally-boiled water and a tea bag - which is to say it tasted pretty good.

    Based on my experience with my client's machine, I decided to purchase one for my home. As luck would have it, that kettle I'd purchased some years ago happened to be a red Morphy Richards 'Accents' one as well, so it went very nicely with this product. I was impressed with how well my four-year-old kettle had withstood the test of time, and how it still looked clean and shiny compared to this newer matching product.

    When I need to make more than one cup for visitors or to speed up boiling potatoes, etc, I of course still use the kettle.
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