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5.0 out of 5 stars Morphy Richards Meno, 20 Aug. 2011
This review is from: Morphy Richards 43926 Accents Hot Water Dispenser - Red (Kitchen & Home)
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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Initial post: 30 Oct 2011 18:54:38 GMT
SpiderJon says:
"this product will save you time and money"

I suspect it'd take a long time to save you £60+.

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Nov 2011 17:01:29 GMT
C. Burgess says:
Not too long though, the way electric prices are going up

Posted on 2 Oct 2012 12:51:22 BDT
Is it noisy? I have a tefal quick cup (which I have just broken by dropping the water tank and shattering it...) and was thinking of a change. The tefal is terribly noisy - you have to stand with your hand on the top to try and dull the sound. In saying that - I agree that it's still a much better product that a conventional kettle. I hate waiting around!

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Oct 2013 21:25:21 GMT
Last edited by the author on 30 Oct 2013 21:27:01 GMT
Don't buy one then SpiderJon.

Posted on 22 Jun 2014 11:27:23 BDT
What on earth does he mean by a 'meno'?

In reply to an earlier post on 13 Mar 2016 20:20:34 GMT
Richard says:
One cup uses about 0.04kWh - i.e. 25 cups = 1 kwh = about 10p... so you need to reduce the amount you boil by 15,000 cups to break-even.

Say you're crazy and boiling 4 cups (1Litre) every time you only want one. That would mean 5,000 cup-boiling sessions = about 5 years of having 2-3 cups per day (and boiling 4 at a time and only drinking one!)

Ok - you sold me :D
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